After numerous shipping delays our roses are in stock. Here’s three of our favorites (2 bottles of each) at 20% off the regular sale price. They’re perfect at poolside, or with light summer meals. Enjoy!
- •Ch. Saint-Martin No. 2 Cotes de Provence
- •Ch. Saint-Martin Grande Reserve Cotes de Provence
- •Saint Andrieu L’Oratoire Coteaux Varois en Provence
That's $114 worth of Rose for $89!
Bright yellow-gold. Fresh pit fruits, orange and a hint of smokiness on the nose and in the mouth. Chewy and focused, showing good depth and building spiciness on the nicely persistent finish, which leaves a hint of yellow plum behind.
The 2020 Dogliani Papà Celso is packed with blueberry, scorched earth, dried herbs and floral notes. In 2020, the typically lush fruit is dialed back, while earthy and savory notes play a greater role in the wine's personality. The 2020 is a bit rustic...
An enticingly complex rendition with sweet tobacco, blueberries, cedar, sesame, licorice and violets. Broad, bright and juicy on the palate, showing dense but polished tannins and fine-tuned minerality and savoriness. Very precise
The 2020 Nerello Mascalese Arenaria lifts from the glass with a remarkably pretty blend of wildflowers, crushed rocks and blackberries. This is juicy and racy in style, with a reverberation of zesty tension that builds. Sour citrus and minerals saturate, ...
Attractive cherry and raspberry aromas with citrus fruit follow through to a medium to full body, firm, silky tannins and a flavorful finish. Drink or hold.
The Dhron Valley is one of numerous small tributaries flowing into the Mosel. Andreas Adam is maybe the only producer I’m familiar with working in that area, and he’s better known for his dry rieslings. Nonetheless, this is a lovely, subtle kabinett, soft...
This single vineyard cru comes from Colbertaldo di Vidor in the Valdobbiadene DOCG region. First produced in 1933, it has become the estate's flagship Prosecco. Recognized by Gambero Rosso as one of Italy's top Prosecco wines year after year. The vineyard faces southwest and the oldest vines are 100 years old. The winemaking process involves light pressing followed by temperature-controlled fermentation. The wine spends 3 months on lees in stainless steel. The secondary fermentation occurs in autoclaves initiated in batches up to 7 times throughout the year to preserve freshness.