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  • 2020 Domaine Francois Mikulski Meursault ‘Poruzots’ Premier Cru

    Cult wine producer, Francois Mikulski, has been working Dessus vineyard since 1992. The vines are over 50 years old and they face southeast on the hillside of Meursault which is perfect for maximum amount of sunlight. Wines from ‘Poruzots’ tend to be more elegant and feminine than the other Meursault premier crus. Ideal drinking window is 2023-2030.

    Organic farming practices, hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation, and only 200 cases produced.

    $215.00
  • NV Delavenne Père & Fils ‘Cuvee Amour de Louise’ Grand Cru

    This wine was created to celebrate the birth of Louise, the first born of the 5th generation Delavenne family. This limited edition cuvée (only 50 bottles imported!) is presented in a beautifully decorated gift box.

    Organic farming practices, native yeast fermentation, minimum 5 years on the lees, unfined/unfiltered, & only 3,048 bottles produced.

    $150.00
  • 2020 Domaine Rougeot Père et Fils Saint-Romain ‘La Combe Bazin’

    This could be considered the “sleeper” hit wine from Rougeot. It’s round and creamy with subtle acidity and delicate minerality. This drinks well above its price point.

    Organic and biodynamic farming practices, hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation, unfined/unfiltered, and vegan-friendly!

    $60.00
  • 2019 Dominio De Anza Rioja ‘Especial 1’

    This single vineyard wine comes from Magaña’s oldest parcels, 75 to 90-year-old bushvines in pure limestone, worked entirely by horse.

    Sustainable farming practices, native yeast fermentation, whole cluster vinification, and less than 200 cases produced.

    $85.00
  • 2017 Altesino Brunello di Montalcino

    Brunello is perhaps the most recognized Italian appellation and Altesino is consistently among the top producers. Their wines never disappoint.

    Sustainable farming practices and hand-harvested.

    $65.00
  • 2017 Ciacci Piccolomini Brunello di Montalcino (half-bottle)

    Ciacci Piccolomini is one of the most sought-after producers in all of Italy. We get a small allocation every year and it continues to deliver pristine examples of traditional Brunello di Montalcino we know and love.

    The estate is a part of the EU ‘Lotta Integrata’ movement, which promotes reduced use of chemicals and organic viticulture; at Ciacci, fertilization is organic, and pruning and harvest are done by hand.

    $40.00
  • 2019 Vincent Girardin Corton Charlemagne Grand Cru

    If you’re a Burgundy-lover you better be snatching up all the 2019 you can. It is said to be one of the best vintages of all time, a “perfect storm” of perfection. On top of that, 2020 had major crop loss so we are seeing shortages across the board. Only 4 bottles available! Get it while you can.

    Organic farming practices, hand-harvested, and native yeast fermentation.

    $275.00
  • 2020 Tzora Vineyards Estate ‘Shoresh’ Red Blend

    Located high in the Judean Hills, the Shoresh vineyard has a wide range of small parcels varying in elevation and soils, such as Moza Marl, Terra-Rosa and deep bands of limestone. These soils produce depth and a unique sense of place for this wine.

    Organic farming practices, hand-harvested, kosher, and the first Israeli winery to be certified to the standard of FAIR’N GREEN.

    Kosher Supervision: Rabbanut Mateh Yehuda

    $50.00
  • 2020 Produttori Di Manduria Electric Bee Primitivo

    Located on the heel of the boot, Manduria is considered the birth place of the native Primitivo grape. This wine comes from 15-35 year old vines and was fermented in stainless steel to preserve the freshness of fruit. It is great with a slight chill on it for a backyard BBQ!

    Certified sustainable farming practices, hand-harvested, and vegan-friendly.

    $20.00
  • 2020 Torbreck Woodcutter’s Barossa Valley Shiraz

    Forget what you thought you heard about Shiraz. If you love full-bodied reds laden with ripe fruit flavors and hints of leather, earth, and tobacco, then this wine is definitely worth a go – and the budget-friendly price makes it all the sweeter.

    Hand-harvested and unfined/unfiltered.

    $24.00
  • 2019 Origin Bates Ranch Cabernet Sauvignon Magnum

    We deem this high-elevation Cab as a knock your socks off, savor every last drop kind of bottle to share with those you really, really like.

    Sustainably dry-farmed 20-80 year old vines at mountain peak. Hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation and only 250 cases produced.

    $150.00
  • Red
    Team Argaux Favorite

    2016 Eraldo Borgogno Barolo

    This Barolo is astonishingly approachable and smooth to drink, but could easily age for another 10+ years.

    Certified sustainable and practicing organic farming methods, only 300 cases produced.

    $65.00
  • 2019 Origin Bates Ranch Cabernet Sauvignon

    We deem this high-elevation Cab as a knock your socks off, savor every last drop kind of bottle to share with those you really, really like.

    Sustainably dry-farmed 20-80 year old vines at mountain peak. Hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation and only 250 cases produced.

    $78.00
  • 2018 Walson Holland Santa Barbara Mélange Rouge

    The 2018 Mélange Rouge is a wine marked by intense perfumed aromatics and a seamlessly integrated palate. Supple tannins and mouth-watering acidity lead to a round finish. This wine was aged for 22 months on the lees in French oak barrels (35% new) and was bottled unfined / unfiltered.

    The unique blend of this wine is made up of 54% Syrah, 25% Grenache, 9% Graciano, 6% Petite Sirah, and 6% Viognier. Only 400 cases were produced.

    $100.00
  • 2012 Roberto Voerzio Barolo Sarmassa di Barolo MAGNUM

    This full-bodied yet vibrant Barolo is definitely one to lay down in the cellar, though we wouldn’t blame you for popping it now and enjoying with a hearty Italian-inspired feast amongst friends. Voerzio wines are deemed some of the most textured and deeply flavored expressions of Nebbiolo in all of Barolo.

    By law, wines labeled as Barolo must age for three years prior to release, 18 months of which must take place in oak.

    $550.00
  • 2019 Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey Vosne Romanee

    This is a very classic Vosne Romanée. It’s voluptuous, structured, and finishes long. The wine is an ideal addition to any reputable cellar – we recommend holding out for 5-10 years to really let the magic unfold. Produced using sustainable farming practices, indigenous yeasts, and bottled unfined / unfiltered.

    Vosne-Romanée is home to 15 premier crus and six grand crus, including the world-renowned Romanée-Conti of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti. 

    $130.00
  • 2018 Domaine Alain Burguet Chambertin ‘Clos de Bèze’ Grand Cru

    Alain Burguet is one of Gevreys most well-respected vignerons and Clos de Bèze is his most allocated wine. It is lighter in style, more aromatic, delicate, and approachable than other Grand Crus. It’s a wine of class and grace.

    Practicing organic viticulture, converting to biodynamic, hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation, unfined/unfiltered and only 100 cases produced.

    $498.00
  • 2018 Chateau des Antonins AOC Bordeaux Supérieur La Réserve du Couvent

    This classic, left bank Bordeaux is powerful, fleshy, and noted with well-integrated tannins that will continue to soften over the next 5-10 years. Certified sustainable farming practices and only 1,200 cases produced.

    Left Bank Bordeaux blends are generally Cabernet Sauvignon dominant, whereas Right Bank Bordeaux blends are mostly Merlot dominant.

    $60.00
  • 2020 Wonderland Project No. 9 Atlas Peak Cabernet Sauvignon

    This Cab is grown on a west-facing slope, above the fog line, on the northern ridge of the Atlas Peak AVA. The palate is dense and complex, marked by a long and polished finish. All we can say is, there’s a reason this graces the wine list at the French Laundry.

    Organic farming practices, unfined/unfiltered, vegan-friendly, and only 1,000 cases produced.

    $55.00
  • Red
    Team Argaux Favorite

    2017 Anomaly Vineyards Oakville Cabernet Sauvignon

    The 2017 Anomaly Cabernet drills down on integrity and purity. This wine will continue to age beautifully over the next 10-20 years. Decant for an hour or two before enjoying. Produced using certified organic farming practices and only 1,000 cases made.

    This isn’t one of Napa’s big names, yet this small producer flies under the radar and subtly graces the wine lists of the best restaurants in the nation including The French Laundry, PerSe and Rubicon. If you know, you know. 

    $160.00
  • 2019 No Name Santa Barbara County Chardonnay

    This Chardonnay is a total CA babe. It’s vibrant and fresh with a silky palate and touch of sea salt on the finish. In short, it’s an all-around crowd pleaser. 

    Organic farming practices and only 90 cases produced.

    $30.00
  • 2018 Domaine Rougeot Père et Fils Meursault-Charmes Premier Cru

    Sourced from one of the emblematic vineyards of Meursault ‘Les Charmes,’ this is a rich, powerful, and aromatic wine. The vineyard is very well tendered and delivers beautiful grapes, caviar like in size, even in challenging weather conditions. After eighteen months of maturation without battonage, the wine is bottled.

    Fruit in the ‘Les Charmes’ climat grows on limestone and marl soil with ideal exposure to the morning sun.

    $125.00
  • 2018 Domaine les Semelles de Vent Châteauneuf du Pape

    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.

    $60.00
  • 2017 Domaine les Semelles de Vent Vacqueyras “Séduction”

    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.

    $34.00

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