“This 2020 Dry Riesling from Norris Vineyards is something I am truly excited to share with you. I met the Mckinley family about two years ago now, and have been looking forward to the release of this wine ever since. This wine has everything I am looking for; namely that green apple crunch that I typically can’t find in domestic versions of this grape. The care and precision that went into this wine is unparalleled.” – Lexi Jones, Director of Imports
Organic farming practices and only 213 cases produced.
This makes for a GREAT hostess gift! It’s the best finishing salt to add to any dish, savory or sweet.
Harvested from the cold, pristine waters of Netarts Bay on the Oregon Coast this flake salt is bright and briny with a delicate crunch.
Sustainable and vegan-friendly.
Join us on Thursday, May 19th from 5:30PM-7:00PM PST at Argaux HQ for a wine tasting with winemaker Grant Coulter of Flâneur Wines in celebration of Oregon Pinot Month!
What to expect:
- A dive into Oregon Chardonnay + Pinot Noir
- Fun conversation with winemaker, Grant Coulter
- A guided tasting of 5 Flâneur wines
- Small bites to pair from Stafford Prime
- Q&A with the winemaker and Team Argaux
- Preferred pricing on all Flâneur wines
Forget the stereotypes you may have heard – this is not your typical Chardonnay. It’s lean, mean, and completely jumps out of the glass. Medium bodied and refreshing, the wine’s 12 months of aging in oak barrels (24% new) adds the perfect amount of body weight to this well-balanced bottle.
Organic, unfined, and unfiltered. Only 600 cases produced. Magnums = double the size, which means double the fun, no?
Light, fresh, and boasting a balance of tart red fruit and earthy characteristics, this Pinot Noir is an ideal match for many meals… or simply enjoyable on its own. The wine was made from organic farming practices, native yeasts, and has a long, dry finish.
Pinot Noir has unofficially become the signature grape of Oregon’s Willamette Valley. Expressions from this region rival some of the Old World’s best (yes, Burgundy included!)
This light-bodied wine has a stunning nose characterized by warm baking spices, crushed raspberry, and lavender. The palate is just as delicious as it sounds with bright, fresh and perfumed fruit and fine, delicate tannins. If we were you, we’d snag a bottle for your next dinner party!
Pinot Meunier is generally best known for its backup role in Champagne – varietal red bottlings of this grape, especially outside of France, are quite unique!
Floral and spice focused. Blue & red fruits of blueberry and raspberry with delicate anise and cola notes. Opulent texture and a luscious mouth feel.
The Shea vineyard sits on sedimentary soil over fractured sandstone. Shea was one of the early vineyards in this area of Yamhill County and on this soil type. Today, the vineyard is surrounded by some of the premiere wineries making Pinot noir in the “New World.” Organic Farming Practices.
Both fruit forward and savory, this concentrated wine has firm acidity, elegant tannins, and a supple texture that make it perfect for pairing with a variety of foods (or simply sipping on its own for a post-work glass).
The Willamette Valley is Oregon’s most popular wine-growing area. It is home to nine sub-AVAs and is best known for its high-quality Pinot Noir.
This medium-bodied wine is ripe, open, and pleasantly palate coating. It has a wonderful depth of texture, balanced acidity and a lingering finish. Produced from organic fruit and native yeasts, bottled unfined and unfiltered.
In French, the term flâneur refers to a man who wanders around the streets observing society.