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Domaine Laurens Marcillac Rose 2015 750ml
Domaine Laurens Marcillac Rose 2015 750ml
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Price: $18.99
Special Price: $9.99

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. more info
Chateau Riotor Rose 2014 750ml
Chateau Riotor Rose 2014 750ml
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Price: $21.99
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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. more info
Rijckaert Macon Monbellet En Pottes Vieilles Vignes 2008 750ml
Rijckaert Macon Monbellet En Pottes Vieilles Vignes 2008 750ml
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Price: $29.99
Special Price: $10.99

Offering notes of white wildflowers, honey, exotic herbs and orchard fruits, this lively ’08 dances like a pretty ballerina, scattering rose petals, pomelo, and peaches in its wake, all of which are kept in balance by its mouth-watering acidity and mineral-laced finish. In 2007, Jean Rijckaert fell out with his long-term importer, making the wines unavailable in the US; however, IWM has recently been able to add the estate to its roster, delighted to offer Rijckaert’s impressive, terroir-driven wines to our clients. Lush yet lively, this ’08 Macon Montbellet En Pottes Vieilles Vignes coats the mouth with surprising weight, yet its acidity keeps it in balance. more info
Chateau de Pibarnon Bandol Rose 2020 375ml
Chateau de Pibarnon Bandol Rose 2020 375ml
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Price: $22.99
Special Price: $17.99

Christopher Deas, Italian Wine Merchants: “It is always our most anticipated rose of the year and we are so excited to have tasted this bottle this afternoon on this warm 90 degree New York day. Once again the Pibarnon rosé is about 65% Mourvèdre (saignée), with the remainder free-run Cinsault. Unlike most Bandol producers, Eric de Saint-Victor prefers not to use Grenache, which he said would add too much fruit and alcohol to this classic old-world rosé. This another mineral-driven rosé from soils rich with pebbly limestone over blue clay that is a classic, dry, more masculine and savory interpretation of its appellation. What we would say is that the 2020 is a more pronounced expression than past vintages. There is an exuberant nose of ripe fruit that you can smell from across the room. On the palate you will find explosive notes of strawberry, tangerine, nectarine, lemon pith, rose petal, petrol, minerality and refreshing acidity on the palate. The wine finishes dry with herbaceous undertones. You can taste the salty sea air in the glass that derives from the vineyard’s hilltop position overlooking the Mediterranean. With air and time, this tongue staining wine gains in weight with its crowd-pleasing, glycerin texture (more to come with time). In fact, we always recommend enjoying this wine as it warms up in the glass. When we spoke to Mr. de Saint-Victor he recommended pairing it with the seafood delicacies of the region, particularly rouget or sea urchin – but we always say it does well with good old conversation with family and friends. In 2021 this is the rosé that we want to pour and make up for a year of missed time together! A favorite year after year, this is a serious rosé not to be missed for the season. And know this, the best is yet to come from this youthful expression…buy plenty.”
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Chateau Viranel Saint-Chinian Tradition Rose 2016 750ml
Chateau Viranel Saint-Chinian Tradition Rose 2016 750ml
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Price: $18.99

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. more info
Le Petit Ducru de Ducru Beaucaillou 2018 375ml
Le Petit Ducru de Ducru Beaucaillou 2018 375ml
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Price: $27.99
Special Price: $24.99

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Daniel Chotard Sancerre Rose 2020 750ml
Daniel Chotard Sancerre Rose 2020 750ml
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Price: $34.99
Special Price: $27.99

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Chateau de Pibarnon Bandol Rose 2020 750ml
Chateau de Pibarnon Bandol Rose 2020 750ml
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Price: $39.99
Special Price: $32.99

Christopher Deas, Italian Wine Merchants: “It is always our most anticipated rose of the year and we are so excited to have tasted this bottle this afternoon on this warm 90 degree New York day. Once again the Pibarnon rosé is about 65% Mourvèdre (saignée), with the remainder free-run Cinsault. Unlike most Bandol producers, Eric de Saint-Victor prefers not to use Grenache, which he said would add too much fruit and alcohol to this classic old-world rosé. This another mineral-driven rosé from soils rich with pebbly limestone over blue clay that is a classic, dry, more masculine and savory interpretation of its appellation. What we would say is that the 2020 is a more pronounced expression than past vintages. There is an exuberant nose of ripe fruit that you can smell from across the room. On the palate you will find explosive notes of strawberry, tangerine, nectarine, lemon pith, rose petal, petrol, minerality and refreshing acidity on the palate. The wine finishes dry with herbaceous undertones. You can taste the salty sea air in the glass that derives from the vineyard’s hilltop position overlooking the Mediterranean. With air and time, this tongue staining wine gains in weight with its crowd-pleasing, glycerin texture (more to come with time). In fact, we always recommend enjoying this wine as it warms up in the glass. When we spoke to Mr. de Saint-Victor he recommended pairing it with the seafood delicacies of the region, particularly rouget or sea urchin – but we always say it does well with good old conversation with family and friends. In 2021 this is the rosé that we want to pour and make up for a year of missed time together! A favorite year after year, this is a serious rosé not to be missed for the season. And know this, the best is yet to come from this youthful expression…buy plenty.”
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Tour Saint Christophe 2020 750ml
Tour Saint Christophe 2020 750ml
Bordeaux Future - Arrival Fall 2023
Price: $37.99
Special Price: $32.99

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Jeb Dunnuck, jebdunnuck.com: “A wine I continue to buy in every vintage, the 2020 Château Tour Saint-Christophe looks to be another no-brainer for the Saint-Emilion lovers out there. Coming from a gorgeous, terraced vineyard on the eastern side of the appellation and based on 80% Merlot and 20% Cabernet Franc, it has a perfumed, elegant, pure style in its darker cherry and cassis fruits as well as classic cedarwood, earth, and forest floor aromatics. Medium to full-bodied, balanced, and just beautiful on the palate, with terrifically integrated acidity and tannins, it’s going to round into form nicely with just short-term bottle age and have two decades of prime drinking. This wine is still resting in 40% new French oak and has an alcohol of 14.7% with a pH of 3.6.” 05/21

James Suckling, jamessuckling.com: “Full-bodied and creamy with lots of spice and walnut character. Lovely softness and purity. Black fruit at the end. Very fine tannins. Well-integrated.” 4/21
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Domaine Comte Abbatucci Rose Cuvee Faustine 2020 750ml
Domaine Comte Abbatucci Rose Cuvee Faustine 2020 750ml
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Price: $44.99
Special Price: $37.99

Christopher Deas, Italian Wine Merchants: “It is easy to fall for the coral color alone here, but what stands out most is that this is a refreshing and savory bottle of Rosé that evolves in the glass. A unique blend of 90% Sciaccarellu and 10% Barbarossa from Corsica’s celebrated, biodynamic winemaker. It is a wine to keep going back to as the flavors build and expand with aeration. You can expect to find nuances of tart strawberries, raspberries, lime zest, a touch of cantaloupe, wild herbs, minerality and some sea spray. The direct press juice provides for additional depth and complexity and the stony and salty mineral bite screams for grilled shrimp! What a treat to have this little gem that is always difficult find once again.”
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