Log in if you have an account
Having an account with us will allow you to check out faster in the future, store multiple addresses, view and track your orders in your account, and more.Create an account
Frederic Cossard, 'Bigotes' Qveri Bourgogne Blanc 2018 (750ml)
'Bigotes' is produced on a small plot of Chardonnay in the Burgundy regional appellation. It is, in a way, the white counterpart of red 'Bedeau'. The vinification benefits from the smoothness, depth and smoothness of fermentation and aging in Qvevri. >>>
Viña Echeverria, 'No Es Pituko' Chardonnay Reserva, 2020 (750ml)
That cloudy, slightly salty, hint of funk but still refreshing kind of wine we find ourselves craving. Naturally made from old vines in the central valley of Chile, we love seeing these easy drinking, well priced gems on the scene. Get em before they th
Joseph Dorbon, Arbois Blanc Vieilles Vignes 'Cuvee des Moyne', 2014 (750ml)
From a single parcel of 40- to 70-year-old vines, this is 80% Chardonnay and 20% Savagnin. The grapes are cofermented, and the wine spends 30 to 36 months sous voile. Dense and resinous with the strong acidity to carry that weight.
Denis Carré, Hautes Côtes de Beaune Chardonnay 2019 (750ml)
Family estate created in 1975 by Denis Carré in Meloisey. His son Martial has been at the head since 2008. The estate is cultivated in organic farming (not certified) and covers 10 hectares in the Côte de Beaune in the vineyards of Pommard >>>
Jean-Noel Haton, Champagne Brut Rose NV (750ml)
A blend of 35% each Pinot Meunier and Pinot Noir (10% of which is vinified as a still red wine), and 30% Chardonnay. Fermented in stainless steel, it goes through malolactic fermentation before final blending, then into bottle for 3 years on the lees.
Kracher, Burgenland Auslese Cuvée, 2017 (375ml)
The wines from the Weinlaubenhof have long been in a class of their own. Practically no other sweet wines have reached such a high level of recognition worldwide and only a few have come close to the high ratings Kracher wines continuously receive. >>>