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  • 2021 Wonderland Project ‘White Queen’ Sonoma Chardonnay

    We love the wines from former Per Se wine director, Matt Ahern. He made wines he couldn’t find on the floor and we thank him for that. Think Sonoma meets Burgundy. This Chardonnay was fermented and aged in French oak barrels and stainless-steel tanks.

    Organic farming practices, hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation and minimal interventionist methods. Only 1,200 cases produced.

    $30.00
  • 2020 Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey Nuits St Georges ‘Aux Boudots’ Premier Cru

    This premier cru vineyard is a stone’s throw from the famed “La Tache” vineyard and creates a deep, full-bodied Pinot Noir that tastes like its grand cru neighbor.

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

    $200.00
  • 2020 Bachelet-Monnot Bourgogne Cote d’Or Blanc

    This Chardonnay is from 40-year-old vines located in Puligny Montrachet. It has incredible structure and finishes with precise acidity and chalky mineralty. Aged for 12 months in barrel + 6 months in tank.

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

    $46.00
  • 2020 Storm Curtis Vineyard Carbonic Cabernet Franc

    This small-lot, site-specific Cabernet Franc is the newest addition to the Storm lineup. Through carbonic maceration, Storm was able to create a very drinkable, fruit-forward Cab Franc without loosing the herbaceous character of the grape. All we can say is BRAVO! We like to serve this chilled as we light up the BBQ.

    Sustainable farming practices, native yeast fermentation, unfined/unfiltered, minimal SO2 and only 85 cases produced.

    $38.00
  • 2021 Angelo Negro ‘Onorata’ Langhe Favorita Vermentino

    Vermentino appeals to everyone. It manages to be linear without sacrificing weight, and its notes of bright stone fruit win over Pinot Grigio and Sauvignon Blanc lovers, while its minerality attracts Chablis-drinkers. Wherever your palate lies, give this a shot as it makes for the perfect fall transition wine.

    Organic farming practices, hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation, and only 2,000 cases produced.

    $22.10
  • 2020 Domaine Rougeot ‘Les Grandes Gouttes’ Côte D’Or Bourgogne Blanc

    We call this “Petit Puligny.” While the vineyard sits only 500 meters from the Meursault-Charmes premier cru vineyard, the wine has a lighter, racier profile and a beautiful minerality that makes it taste more reminiscent of Puligny-Montrachet than Meursault. The production level is tiny, so we are extremely excited to be able to offer this wine exclusively to our Club Argaux members.

    Organic farming practices, hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation, unfined and only 100 cases produced.

    $45.00
  • 2020 Joseph Colin Saint-Aubin ‘Sept Terroirs’

    Joseph Colin comes from Burgundy royalty. His dad is Pierre Colin, his brother is Pierre Yves Colin Morey aka PYCM, and the family owns some of the most sought after vines in the world. Purity is the word to describe Joseph Colin’s wines and this rockstar comes from 20+ year old vines located in Saint-Aubin. It is pure, laser focused and highly allocated. Only 24 bottles available!

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

    $75.00
  • 2020 Château de Montfrin Cotes du Rhone ‘A La Reverie’ Rouge

    “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. 

    $28.00
  • 2021 Domaine de Oliveira Lecestre Petit Chablis (half-bottle)

    This is an everyday staple. The palate is lively and crisp, but it isn’t quite as austere as other versions of Chablis. It has a creamy texture which makes it approachable and crowd-pleaser across the board.

    Sustainable farming practices (Lutte Raisonnée), native yeast fermentation, and fermented in stainless steel tanks to reflect the perfect typicity of Chablis.

    $18.00
  • 2020 Hundred Suns ‘Old Eight Cut’ Chardonnay

    Did Grant Coulter just (dare I say it) single-handedly put Oregon Chardonnay on the map? Yes, Oregon Chardonnay has been around, but do you reach for it before Burgundy or California? You will now.

    Organic farming practices, native yeast fermentation, unfiltered, and minimal sulfur additions only after fermentation.

    $38.00
  • 2020 COS Nero di Lupo Terre Siciliane

    We can’t get enough of Island wine right now and this is the perfect chillable red for summer. Think Pinot Noir meets Syrah. It’s super bright, fresh, and has a kick of spice on the finish that makes it awesome with grilled seafood or poultry alike.

    Biodynamic & certified organic farming practices, hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation, no filtering, and vegan-friendly.

    $30.00
  • 2019 Domaine Alain Burguet Gevrey-Chambertin ‘Les Champeaux’ Premier Cru

    This wine is for a Pinot Noir oenophile.

    The ‘Les Champeaux’ premier cru vineyard was planted in 1987 on the northern edge of Gevrey-Chambertin. It’s located high up on the slope with south-east facing exposure which allows for slow and steady ripening. The result is a wine with great purity, structure and incredibly silky tannins.

    Biodynamic farming practices, hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation, unfined/unfiltered, vegan-friendly, and only 75 cases produced.

    $195.00
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    Team Argaux Favorite

    2015 Delavenne Père & Fils Brut Millésimé Grand Cru Champagne

    This is Delavenne’s flagship cuvée, only produced in exceptional years. It is 100% grand cru fruit, with only the best bunches used. It really doesn’t get much better than this.

    Organic farming practices, native yeast fermentation, no fining/filtering, & vegan-friendly.

    $85.00
  • 2020 Herd & Hart Western Cape Cabernet Sauvignon

    The fruit for this Cabernet Sauvignon was sourced from dry-farmed vineyards on the Western Cape of South Africa. This is a crowd-pleasing, gaux-to party wine. It’s bright, fruit-forward, and the perfect addition to any backyard BBQ.

    Sustainable farming practices, minimal intervention winemaking, aged for 6 months in french oak and only 112 cases produced.

    $23.00
  • 2021 Origin Santa Cruz Mountains Rosé

    This rosé is made from old-vine Syrah that is grown amongst the redwoods, just north of Big Sur. It’s a rosé with a true expression of place, tasting like the coastal fog and crisp mountain air the California Coast.

    Sustainable farming practices, hand-harvested, direct press, and native yeast fermentation.

    $32.00
  • 2020 Storm Duvarita Vineyard Sta. Rita Hills Pinot Noir

    The Duvarita vineyard is six miles from the Pacific Ocean, making it one of the closest to the ocean in Santa Barbara County. It produces incredibly lean and silky Pinot Noir that we CANNOT get enough of.

    Biodynamic farming practices, no fining or filtering, vegan-friendly, and only 100 cases produced.

    $65.00
  • 2019 Casa Vinicola Triacca ‘Gaux Dopo’ Nebbiolo

    This Alpine Nebbiolo is energetic, zippy, and remarkably fresh. The stainless steel fermentation maintains the wine’s bright fruit character, floral quality, and natural suppleness.

    Sustainable farming practices and only 100 cases produced!

    $22.00
  • 2018 Flâneur ‘La Belle Promenade’ Chardonnay MAGNUM

    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?

    $150.00
  • 2020 Domaine de Oliveira Lecestre Chablis ‘Fourchaume’ Premier Cru

    ‘Fourchaume’ is one of the most well-known Chablis premier cru vineyards. It produces wines that are distinguished, rich, and consistently high-quality.

    Sustainable farming practices (Lutte Raisonnée), native yeast fermentation, and only 2,000 cases produced annually.

    $45.00
  • 2019 Ottomani Chianti Classico DOCG

    Hailing from 30-year-old vines, this Sangiovese is classic, earthy, and wonderfully smoky. For us, this is the ultimate “red sauce” wine – pizza, pasta, chicken parm, you name it.

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

    $35.00
  • 2019 Cherrier Frères Sancerre Rouge Pinot Noir

    The wine brings an immediate “level up” to your table without the added cost. When we say this is a household essential, we mean it. Enjoy with fish, chicken, grilled veggies and curried dishes.

    Organic farming practices and native yeast fermentation

    $28.00
  • 2020 Cargaux Syrah

    This cool climate Syrah was handmade by Chase Carhartt, Nathalia and Hannes Storm (Storm Wines) in the heart of South Africa’s Western Cape. The wine is supple, medium-bodied, and best enjoyed with a slight chill and anything off the BBQ.

    Sustainable farming practices, hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation and only 100 cases produced.

    $45.00
  • 2019 Vignerons Ardéchois ‘Les Classiques’ Chardonnay

    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.

    $19.00
  • 2019 Domaine de La Bonne Tonne ‘Côte du Py’ Morgon Beaujolais

    This rich and juicy Gamay checks all of our boxes. It’s fruit-forward and thirst-quenching, yet structured enough to stand up to a variety of foods.

    Organic/biodynamic farming practices, hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation, unfined/unfiltered, and no sulfites were added. Less than 200 cases produced.

    $45.00

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