Louis Latour Bourgogne Pinot Noir 2014
Our Bourgogne Pinot Noir 2014 has a bright ruby color. On the nose, the wine reveals notes of blackcurrant bud and mocha. The mouth is round, elegant and fruity with aromas of blackcurrant and cherry. The tannins are mellow and supple. Food Pairing: Grilled meat, mature cheeses.
Domaine de la Vieille Julienne Chateauneuf du Pape 1998Until 2001, this wine was marked, "Vieilles Vignes."
Vignobles David Frederic Grenache 2010Deep intense color; nose of ripened red fruits and spice. Fine round tanins; spicy finish with compact, wholesome flesh. Pair with Tapas Kemia Mezze; Mediterranean food; lamb; side of beef or BBQ.
Domaine du Pesquier Côtes du Rhône 2014Hand picking and traditional vinification : completely destemmed, slightly crushed, cold prefermentary mace- ration, daily delestage (or rack and return), fermentation by natural yeasts and 15 days of maceration.
Les Garrigues Cotes du Rhone 2016Les Garrigues Cotes du Rhone is reminiscent of the local, lusty, easy-drinking reds in Southern France that are downed by the pitcher in the local cafes. The wine gets its name from the French word, Garrigues, which means "underbrush of wild herbs and spices". The indigenous Garrigues which grows wild throughout Southern France is said to impart a slightly spicy flavor to the wines of the region.