“A la reverie” means “in a dream state,” which is the perfect way to describe how we felt the first time we tried this wine with Jean-René. Sure he charmed us with truffle pasta, but the the dreamiest thing about this wine is its ability to hold its own next to strong dishes without feeling heavy. The Syrah gives it oomph while the Grenache weaves it all together with a soft, silky ribbon.
Certified organic farming practices, native yeast fermentation, and only 1,400 cases produced.
Delicious Rhône Valley Syrah at this price? You bet. As wines from the more prominent appellations continue to rise, seek out bottles from the Collines Rhodaniennes. These wines are fresh, fruit-driven, and much more approachable in their youth.
Sustainable farming practice (lutte raisonnée), native yeast fermentation, unfined & lightly filtered.
This wine easy-drinking Chardonnay is light on its feet, approachable, and promises to please a variety of white wine drinkers – think of it as the Goldilocks of Chardonnay. Produced from sustainably-farmed fruit.
We dub this wine one of our party picks, as its crowd-pleasing palate renders it perfect for keeping on hand at all times.
The official pickleball/tennis wine is back and better than ever. This classic French rosé is dry and crisp; it makes for the perfect afternoon refresher whether you’re BBQing with friends, lounging poolside, or of course, refueling courtside.
This rosé is made from organically-farmed vineyards in the village of Montfrin, 12 miles SW of Avignon, in between the Southern Rhône and the Languedoc.
This unique wine is produced from 100% Mourvèdre grown in a single vineyard in the heart of Châteauneuf-du-Pape. The wine’s structure, bright acid, and well-integrated tannins make it a great addition to any cellar. Produced from organically-farmed, hand-harvested fruit.
Only 46 cases of this ageworthy stunner were produced! Grab it now and revisit in 5-10 years for an out-of-this-world tasting experience.
This wine is a blend of Grenache and Syrah from 60+ year old vines. The nose is fruit-forward with subtle floral notes, while the wine’s body is full, supple, and peppery. Produced using organic farming practices and hand-harvested fruit. Only 208 cases made.
Old vines tend to yield smaller amounts of high-quality, concentrated fruit.