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Bérèche et Fils, Champagne Brut Reserve, NV (750ml)
Bérêche & Fils avoids malolactic fermentation with their wines, but more importantly, they prefer to ferment their wines in barrel. On this Brut Réserve, 30% of the wine comes from wines in a perpetual blending system over multiple vintages.
Bérèche et Fils, Champagne 'Campania Remensis Rosé', NV (750ml)
This is a rose that comes from the far east of the Champagne region and it is dominated by Pinot Noir. You'll find a rather pale hue to this wine that brings forth bright red fruit and minerality that hints at the compsition of the terroir.
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.
Domaine Clos des Rocs, Pouilly Loche 'Clos des Rocs' Monopole, 2016 (750ml)
Olivier Giroux uses native yeasts, allowing the terroir of the region to shine brightly in this Burgundy. Iron-rich clay and limestone soils result in a beautifully dense, mineral rich wine that still retains its freshness.
Domaine du Meix Foulot, Mercurey Blanc, 2016 (750ml)
After experimenting with two cuvées of Mercurey Blanc, one being a 1er Cru from the “Les Veleys” site, Agnes de Launay has determined that her white wine is at its best when she can select the finest juice from the limited production of Chardonnay
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.