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Domaine Laurens Marcillac Rose 2015 750ml
Bright pink in the glass, this ’15 bottling offers electric elegance, bursting with red berries and citrus fruits, spice and wildflowers. Dry and fleshy, this Marcillac rosé offers bitter cherry and raspberry flavors, making it perfect for wine-lovers looking for a fruit-driven wine reminiscent of a Pinot Noir rosé. This mono-varietal Fer Servadou, called “Mansois” locally, grows on steep terraces with red clay soils just west of Rodez in Languedoc, on a hillside terrace at 1,000-1,600 feet above sea level. Domaine Laurens, organic and family owned and operated, harvests its Fer Servadou by hand in early October, destemming, pressing, and using the saignée method to craft its deep cherry rosé.
Chateau Viranel Saint-Chinian Tradition Rose 2015 750ml
Black and red berries burst from the glass in this food-friendly ’15 Rosé that layers its fruit with citrus zest, chalk, crushed flower petals, herbs and peppery spices. Full yet energetic, this wine whooshes across the palate, but it lingers with a satisfying mouth-feel that marries electric acidity with its fleshy finish. A blend of 40% Syrah, 40% Grenache, and 20% Cinsault grown in clay and limestone soils, this wine ferments in stainless steel tanks, and it ages in a combination of 20% used barrels and 80% tank.
Mas de Gourgonnier Rose 2014 750ml
If you enjoy a full-bodied, muscular rosé, then Mas de Gourgonnier 2014 Rosé is the wine for you; a blend of 60% Grenache, 18% Cabernet Sauvignon, 11% Cinsault and the remainder Mourvedre and Syrah, this sexy rosé embodies the terroir of Provence. Fragrant red berry and floral scents are lifted by chalky mineral and white pepper notes and pick up a deeper cherry pit quality with air. Juicy and smooth in texture, this wine offers tangy acidity adding bite to ripe raspberry and cherry flavors, and the wine’s peppery notes give cut to the finish, which clings with good persistence and gentle sweetness.
Chateau Viranel Saint-Chinian Tradition Rose 2016 750ml
Brambly wild berries, citrus zest, rose petals and crushed river rocks burst from the glass in this food-friendly, luscious ’16 Rosé. Full yet energetic, this wine whooshes across the palate, but it lingers with a satisfying mouth-feel that marries electric acidity with its fleshy finish. A blend of 40% Syrah, 40% Grenache, and 20% Cinsault grown in clay and limestone soils, this wine ferments in stainless steel tanks, and it ages in a combination of 20% used barrels and 80% tank. It’s a classic mineral-driven rosé that complements a wide array of foods, yet it also drinks beautifully on its own.
Chateau Riotor Rose 2014 750ml
The color of lightly tinted rose petals, this wine’s nose bursts red currants, ripe raspberries and strawberries, hints of melon and pear. Fresh, flavorful, fine and pure, this ’14 Provençal Rosé offers tangy fruit flavors coupled hints of citrus coupled with a certain delicacy and an exhilarating finish. A blend of 45% Grenache, 40% Cinsault, 10% Syrah, and 5% Rolle (more commonly known as Vermentino), this wine is incredibly versatile in terms of pairing, allowing you to match it to dishes from seafood salads to grilled chicken and pork.
Clos Bellane Cotes du Rhone Villages Valreas 2017 750ml
2017 challenged Rhône’s wine growers with frost, but Clos Bellane’s ’17 Côtes du Rhône Villages Valréas is a winner, reflecting the vintage with intensity and focus. Succulent red berries and brambly blue fruits mingle with warm loam, peppery spices, licorice, game, mushrooms and raspberry jam in this earthy, beguiling wine. Fine-grained tannins and zesty acidity match the wine’s sweet fruits, while a seductive savory minerality lingers on the wine’s finish. Clos Bellane’s entry-level red is almost equal mixture of Grenache and Syrah that derive from vines aged thirty years or more organically grown in limestone-rich soils; grapes are partially destemmed before fermenting with indigenous yeasts, and the wine matures in a combination of concrete vats and neutral aged barrels.
Paul Pernot Bourgogne Blanc 2016 750ml
Affordable, enjoyable and satisfying, Paul Pernot’s Bourgogne Blanc is an excellent introduction to the house style. Detailed, finessed and layered, this bottling has the reputation of being one of the best values in white Burgundy. This cuvée derives from various plots located in Puligny-Montrachet on the Meursault border; it vinifies in stainless steel and ages in used barrels.
Domaine Michelot Bourgogne Blanc 2015 750ml
Rich, pulsating, and delicious this ’15 Bourgogne Blanc embraces its Cinderella growing season with acidic verve and an opulent texture. Very nearly a Meursault, this organically grown wine layers classic Meursault notes of lemon curd, lime leaf, saline spray, stone fruits, and hazelnut. Powerful but delineated, this creamy wine glides to a resonant crescendo, and as terrific as it is right now, it’ll drink wonderfully over the medium term. Deriving from clay-rich, mineral-laden parcels located within the Meursault appellation, the grapes for this wine ferment in temperature-controlled tanks, and the wine ages for ten to twelve months in barrique, 15% new, before resting in tanks for five or six months before bottling.
Xavier Weisskopf Le Rocher des Violettes Montlouis Petillant Originel 2015 750ml
Bracing, elegant and food-friendly, the ’15 Petillant Originel holds its white-flesh fruits in an acidic grip that’s sprinkled with citrus zest and topped with flower petals and smoke. Fine perlage tickles the tongue as this wine dances to a lingering, mineral-laden finish that cleanses, refreshes and hugs the palate. Deriving from 40-year-old Chenin vines that are organically grown in limestone-rich soil, grapes ferment in temperature-controlled stainless steel; the wine is then bottled and rests on the lees for two years before the first disgorgement, after which the wine is disgorged every two months for a total of six disgorgements. Petillant Originel is a tiny sparkling wine appellation that stipulates extremely low yields, excludes the addition of yeast or dosage, and requires the grapes have a potential alcohol level of 11.5%; the resulting wines are pure, unadulterated joy!
Jose Dhondt Blanc de Blancs Brut NV 375ml
It’s one of those wines that you drink and remember with a tongue-twitching lust for years to come. Crafted from grapes grown in Champagne’s Chardonnay territory in the Côte des Blancs, this flinty, crisp, and charming Champagne shows lots of plum, green apples, and a yummy streak of minerality.