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  • 2020 Chateau Montfrin ‘Paumiste’ Rosé

    Tennis starts with love – and a glass of Paumiste. This rosé is produced from an organically-farmed blend of 60% Syrah and 40% Carignan blend from the Southern Rhône Valley. Less than 5,000 cases produced.

    The Southern Rhône accounts for nearly 95% of the entire Rhône Valley’s production. 

  • 2020 Domaine de L’Abbaye Clos Beylesse Rosé

    A blend of 60% Syrah, 10% Cinsault, and 30% Grenache, the unusual indigo-colored bottle is utilized as a UV filter in order to maintain the wine’s fresh profile for as long as possible. Delicate, ultra-pale pink, this rosé brings us tons of floral aromas on the nose and shows a semi-savory herbal note.

    Due to its high acidity, fruit-driven nature, and absence of tannins, rosé is one of the most food-friendly styles of wine on the planet. 

  • 2020 Les Athlètes du Vin Chenin Blanc

    Just like the label shows, this wine makes you want to hopscotch through a hot summer day. Produced entirely from Chenin Blanc, this mouthwatering wine is well-balanced, has great minerality, refreshing acidity, and a long-lasting finish.

    Organic farming practices, native yeast fermentation, minimal sulfur addition, and only 2,500 cases produced.

  • 2020 Chateau Barbebelle Coteaux d’Aix en Provence ‘Fleurie’ Rosé

    For us at Argaux, this is the quintessential Provence rosé. It’s perfect for sipping on any time of the day, with or without food, and embodies the endless summer we all are looking for. Organic and sustainable farming practices, woman winemaker, only 8,000 cases produced. 

    This wine is made from 50% Grenache, 35% Cinsault and 15% Syrah, which is a rather classic blend for Provençal rosé. 

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    2020 Chateau Barbebelle Aix-en-Provence ‘Cuvée Madeleine’ Rosé

    This rosé is the perfect transition wine to take you from l’apéro on the patio to apéro dînatoire. The wine is a classic Provençal blend of Grenache, Syrah, and Cinsault. Organic and sustainable farming practices, woman winemaker, only 8,000 cases produced.

    With slightly richer flavors than the Fleurie Cuvée, this is the perfect way to kick off your casual summer dinner party.

  • 2020 Chateau Barbebelle Aix-en-Provence ‘Héritage’ Rosé

    This rosé is the haut monde, the crème de la crème, if you will. We find it best paired with an elegant cocktail hour or enjoyed with friends at a garden party. The wine is a unique blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache, and Syrah; its balance and finesse of this rosé is unparalleled.

    Organic and sustainable farming practices, woman winemaker, and only 4,000 cases produced. 

  • 2020 Domaine de Marquiliani ‘Le Rosé de Pauline’

    This is an allocated item, only two cases are available! Produced from an exotic blend of Syrah, Sciaccarellu, and Vermentino, this wine is feather-light on the palate and finishes ethereal and salty. ! mouthwatering pleasure from the island of Corsica! Produced using sustainable farming practices and hand-harvested fruit at the hands of a woman winemaker.

    Fun fact: This wine is named after Anne’s (winemaker) daughter, Pauline. 

  • 2020 Domaine de Marquiliani ‘Vin Gris’ Rosé

    This vin gris is seriously FRESH and packed with flavors of tangerine, strawberry, peach, and clean minerality. It has a seemingly endless finish that basically transports you to the Corsican coastline.

    This very light rosé is made via direct press of 95% Sciaccarellu & 5% Syrah. The pressed juice is decanted and undergoes a 72-hour cold-soak before being fermented in stainless steel tanks.

    Sustainably farmed, hand-harvested, woman-winemaker.

    Enjoy on a hot day with feta cheese, oysters or a chilled Summer Gazpacho!

  • 2020 Storm Santa Ynez Valley Sauvignon Blanc

    California sunshine in a glass! The palate is refreshing and bright with an added element of crushed stones and sweet grass on the finish. Sustainably farmed, minimal intervention, and only 1,500 cases produced.

    Although the Santa Ynez Valley is better known for its Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, this tasty Sauvignon Blanc promises to give the region’s two more popular varieties a run for their money. 

  • 2020 Domaine Mardon Quincy ‘Vieilles Vignes’ Sauvignon Blanc

    If you like Sancerre, try this! 100% Sauvignon Blanc from Quincy, a region located about 50 miles west of Sancerre in the Loire Valley. It is made from 50 to 80-year-old vines which contribute to the structure and complexity of flavor in this wine. It is bright and pure with a laser beam of citrus-driven acidity.

    Produced from organically-farmed fruit and indigenous yeast fermentation by a woman winemaker.

    Enjoy this wine with goat cheese, sushi, ceviche or this Cilantro Lime Chicken Salad!

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    2020 Edaphos Alder Springs Petite Arvine


    100% Petite Arvine from the Alder Springs Vineyard in Northern California. Petite Arvine is a rare grape for California, it originally hails from the Valais region in the Swiss Alps.

    Brilliant pale white gold in color with fresh, bright aromas of chamomile and jasmine to dried apricots and apple chips. Silky texture with pronounced acidity balances out with white flower and orchard fruit flavors. 

    Organic/biodynamic farming practices, hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation & only 200 cases produced. 

    This will be at our Thanksgiving tables! It’s great with fish, but it also stands up nicely to white meat and hearty sides like stuffing and Garlic Mashed Potatoes.

  • Red
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    2020 Storm Single Vineyard Presqu’ile Gamay

    This Beaujolais-inspired Gamay is made via carbonic maceration, which gives the wine bright, fruit-forward notes and creates a soft, delicate palate.

    Organic farming practices, native yeast fermentation, and no fining or filtering. Best served chilled!

  • 2020 Stolpman ‘Love You Bunches’ Carbonic Sangiovese

    The chilled red for everyone.

    Organic farming practices, native yeast carbonic fermentation, and only 6,800 cases produced. 


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