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  • 2022 Domaine de la Côte ‘Memorious’ Pinot Noir

    The highly allocated DDLC wines have finally been released! 

    As ever a welcoming and engaging wine from the moment the cork is drawn. The Memorious vineyard is just downslope from Bloom’s Field in the Sta. Rita Hills. Only 3 bottles available.

    Organic farming practices, native yeast fermentation, whole cluster vinification, 12 months in 30% new french oak barrels & only 549 cases produced.

    $112.00
  • 2021 Railsback Frères ‘Les Rascasses’ Rosé

    Produced by Lyle and Eric Railsback, this Santa Ynez Valley rosé is proof that top-notch rosé doesn’t just come from Provence. This wine pays homage to Lulu Peyraud of Domaine Tempier and her infamous bouillabaisse recipe. If you aren’t going to make bouillabaisse, then enjoy this with a creamy cheese & olive tapenade.

    Hand-picked, direct-to-press, native yeast fermentation, and aged in neutral French oak barrels for 6 months, naturally allowing a Malolactic, or secondary fermentation, for a creamier mouth-feel.

    $26.00
  • 2022 Domaine Garnier et Fils Chablis AOC

    We recently invited some fellow Chablis-loving clients to join us in a blind tasting of 17 different bottles of Chablis. This wine was voted #1. Enough said. This is a must-try.

    Organic farming practices, native yeast fermentation, aged on the lees in stainless steel tanks for 11 months and filtered before bottling (no fining).

    $35.00
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    2022 Moreau-Naudet & Fils Chablis

    Moreau-Naudet will forever be one of our most cherished producers. Known for producing Dauvissat-style wines, young or old, there is no question that it is consistently excellent – a perfect expression of Chablis.

    Organic/biodynamic farming practices, hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation and women-winemaker.

    $55.00
  • 2019 Mauro Marengo Barolo ‘Ravera’

    It’s rare that you come across an up-and-coming producer from a region as historic and notable as Piedmonte. Nevertheless, it does happen, and when it does it FIRES US UP. Marengo’s Barolo is described as aromatic, elegant, and understated. To top it off, 2019 was a 5/5 stellar vintage for Barolo – It’s being compared to 2016.

    Organic farming practices, hand-harvested and less than 600 cases produced!

    $85.00
  • 2022 Sette Barbera d’Asti DOCG Nizza Monferrato

    Arguably one of the softest and most elegant barberas I’ve ever had. Gino describes it as “naked Barbera,” a wine that he says reflects their unique environment. Fresh, vibrant and a joy to drink!

    Biodynamic farming practice, native yeast fermentation and unfined/unfiltered

    $30.00
  • 2021 Ca’ del Baio Barbaresco ‘Vallegrande’

    For the QUEEN in your life. Barbaresco is nicknamed the “queen” of Italy for its elegant and ethereal expression of the nebbiolo grape. This wine is very traditional in style and pairs beautifully with any sort of hearty Italian meal.

    Ca’ del Baio practices sustainable farming, prioritizing environmental stewardship and biodiversity.

    $54.00
  • 2022 Domaine Frederic Esmonin Pernand-Vergelesses ‘Les Boutieres’ Pinot Noir

    Esmonin is becoming one of the most consistent, high quality producers in Gevrey. His wines are characterized by purity, elegance and an uncanny ability to age well. This wine is certainly in the upper échelons of Gevrey quality for an entry level price (p.s. this vineyard is just down the road from the Corton Grand Cru).

    Sustainable farming practices, careful canopy management, hand-harvested and native yeast fermentation.

    $50.00
  • 2022 Pierre Riffault ‘7 Hommes’ Sancerre (half-bottle)

    Sancerre is the “spiritual home” of Sauvignon Blanc. It’s considered to be the purest expression of Sauvignon Blanc on the planet and a wine we love for its versatility when it comes to food. It pairs well with light green salads and Crottin de Chavignol goat cheese of course, but Sancerre comes to life alongside vibrant fish dishes like seafood thai curry.

    This wine comes from 25+ year old vines that are sustainably farmed in clay-limestone and chalk soils. It’s vinified in stainless steel tanks to preserve freshness.

    $25.00
  • 2019 Contratto Metodo Classico Pas Dose Millesimato

    You are drinking history when you pop this cork. This 19th century estate is the birthplace of Metodo Classico and these wines have graced the tables of not only the Vatican, but also the House of Savoy (the Italian Royal Family), as well as the British monarchy throughout history. This is dry, refreshing and incredibly food friendly.

    Organic farming practices, hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation, 36 months on the lees, hand-riddled, and around 7,000 cases produced annually. 

    $35.00
  • 2023 Caruso e Minini Frappato Organic Rosé “Frappo”

    Let’s set the scene: You’ve had a long day at the beach, friends popped over, pizza is on the way and you are nibbling on some green olives and potato chips on the patio as you pour yourself another glass. Dry, refreshing and crisp.

    Certified organic farming practices, hand-harvested, woman-winemaker and less than 2,000 cases produced annually.

    $24.00
  • 2022 Dr. Burklin-Wolf Estate Dry Riesling ‘Trocken’

    Dr. Burklin-Wolf is an incredibly well-respected family estate with more than 400 years of history. They are a benchmark for quality German Riesling and the winery is now one of the pioneers in the new German Riesling revival.

    Certified organic & biodynamic farming practices and the first German member of the prestigious Biodyvin group.

    $27.00
  • 2022 Pedro Mendez Viño Branco Albariño

    Pedro Méndez doesn’t yet have the world’s attention, but he’s well represented in Spain’s top restaurants, including dozens of Michelin-starred spots throughout the country, including País Vasco’s three-star Arzak. His micro-production of ancient-vine Albariño is a treat to say the least and we’ll take what we can get.

    Sustainable farming practices and less than 300 cases produced annually

    $34.00
  • 2021 Domaine Pinson Frères Chablis ‘Les Clos’ Grand Cru

    For those who love Chablis, you know that ‘Les Clos’ is the emblematic, top Grand Cru of Chablis. The 50+ year old vines sit on a steep slope and enjoy the perfect sun exposure which provides ideal ripening conditions. 2021 for Chablis is adamantly old-school in its tension and inscrutably mineral depths. If you had to describe the vintage in one word it would be ‘aristocratic.’

    Organic farming practices, hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation in 80% stainless steel tanks, 20% new oak and aged in 3-4 year old barrels.

    $125.00
  • 2022 Graci Etna Bianco Terre Siciliane

    Picture yourself lounging on a sun-drenched terrace overlooking the Mediterranean, a glass of Etna Bianco in hand. This wine is crafted from grapes grown on the volcanic slopes of Mount Etna, Europe’s most active volcano, and it’s a testament to the unique terroir of Sicily and the talent of Alberto Graci. Enjoy with fresh seafood dishes, linguine with clams or light salads.

    Certified organic farming practices, hand-harvested, and native yeast fermentation. Intervention of any kind is extremely limited, both in the vineyard and in the cellar. Only 750 cases produced!

    $36.00
  • 2022 Centopassi ‘Giato’ Grillo & Catarratto

    Libera Terra is a non-profit organization that has taken on the restoration of land in Italy that was previously controlled by the mafia. Centopassi is a collection of vineyards on Sicily that they confiscated from the mafia and gave back to the local farmers. The result are wines that are distinctively Sicilian – bright, refreshing, salty & volcanic – la dolce vita in a glass.

    Certified organic farming practices, hand-harvested, and less than 3,000 cases produced annually.

    $26.00
  • 2021 Hendry Napa Valley Pinot Noir (half-bottle)

    This medium-bodied Pinot from prolific old school Napa winery, Hendry, is bright with fruit, has crisp acidity and velvety tannins. Enjoy with mushroom and goat cheese tartlets, mushroom risotto, duck, or a cheese board with gouda.

    Sustainable farming practices and family-owned winery.

    $22.00
  • 2020 Evening Land Salem Wine Company Chardonnay

    This wine was voted Best of Club Argaux by members. Not a member? Try this wine for a limited time by purchasing our Club Argaux Discovery 2-Pack. 

    GET 15% OFF ALL CLUB WINES WHEN YOU SIGN UP FOR CLUB ARGAUX’S SEASONAL SUBSCRIPTION!

    Evening Land Vineyards is the Oregon-based brainchild of Sashi Moorman and Raj Parr, two of California’s most revered winemakers. Chardonnays from this specific area of Oregon are frequently compared to those of Burgundy, and this slightly reductive, incredibly complex bottling is no exception!

    Organic and practicing biodynamic farming methods, LIVE certified, dry farmed, and only 695 cases produced. 

    $30.00
  • 2020 Domaine Rougeot Père et Fils Volnay-Santenots Premier Cru

    2020 was a great year for Burgundy in terms of quality, but not quantity. Yields were low and stock is hard to come by. Get it while to can, especially since the following vintage, 2021, was a catastrophe.

    Organic and biodynamic farming practices, hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation, unfined/unfiltered.

    $150.00
  • 2023 Dönnhoff Weissburgunder Trocken

    Although lesser known than its Pinot Gris / Grigio and Pinot Noir relatives, make no mistake—high-quality expressions of Pinot Blanc are absolutely worth seeking out (especially for fans of German wines). This wine is LIGHTS OUT and the perfect white for Thanksgiving.

    Sustainable and dry-farmed vineyards (Fair’n Green certified), native yeast fermentation, minimal intervention and a family-owned estate.

    $35.00
  • NV Paul Laurent Champagne ‘Cuvée du Fondateur’ Brut

    Looking for high-quality, affordable Champagne? Look no further. This wine comes from 20+ year old vines and follows traditional Champagne methods of vinification.

    Sustainable farming practices, no herbicides or pesticides used, hand-harvested, and native yeast fermenation. Aged for 21 months on the lees.

    $45.00
  • 2022 Cantine Carlo Mazzella Ischia Biancolella

    Sancerre, Gruner Veltliner, Vermentino lovers – This one’s for you. Grown on the volcanic island of Ischia, this wine quite literally tastes like the azure waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea. Our director of imports enjoyed this wine for the first time with a large bowl of pasta alla vongole after an ocean dip. “The salty sea still lingering on my lips and this light, crisp wine on that hot day was unparalleled.”

    Organic farming practices, hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation, minimal intervention winemaking and only 400 cases produced.

    $26.00
  • 2022 Joseph Colin Saint-Aubin ‘Mes Sept Terroirs’

    Joseph Colin is the Prince Harry of Burgundy. Him and his brother, Pierre (PYCM), are seen as some of the most influential figures in the modern Burgundy wine scene.

    Purity is the word to describe Joseph Colin’s wines. 2022 was an exceptional vintage in Burgundy and this wine is defined by its vibrant energy and laser focused concentration. Highly allocated, only 12 bottles available!

    Sustainable farming practices, hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation, & unfined/unfiltered.

    $89.00
  • Topa Topa Level Line Pale Ale 6-Pack

    As you wade in the current, the work week fades to gray. When the line strikes and you begin that delicate dance, there’s no choice but to be in the moment. The refreshing citrus aromas and woodsy notes are like the creek passing through the forest. It’s a West Coast Pale Ale for a West Coast way of life.

    $15.00

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