This gift box includes one bottle of 2015 Delavenne Père & Fils Brut Millésimé Grand Cru Champagne. It is Delavenne’s flagship cuvée and it drinks like gold (hence the label). The simple act of drinking it is a celebration worth toasting.
A Great Gift For: birthdays, graduations, congratulations of all kinds (promotion/new job, housewarming, engagement, new addition to the family, job well done)
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.
It’s Sancerre – need we say more? Sancerre is the king of all Sauvignon Blanc. It’s consistent, classic and never disappoints. Cherrier Frères Sancerre delivers exactly what you want: a lively, zesty, crisp and delicious white wine.
Organic farming practices, and native yeast fermentation in stainless steel tanks.
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.
“Aux Boudots” is a premier wine from PYCM that we feel lucky to receive six bottles of every year. The wine is well-structured, round, and robust, yet stylish and elegant. Drink now through 2030 and decant for 30-60 minutes before consuming. Produced using sustainable farming practices, hand-harvested fruit, indigenous yeast fermentation, and bottled unfined / unfiltered.
This vineyard site lies in the “Zone Vosnoise” on the northern end of Nuits-Saint-Georges, just an eyeshot away from the famed “La Tache” vineyard.
Magnums show you care – especially when the juice is this good. Fruit for this wine comes from Runway and Presqu’ile vineyards in the Santa Maria Valley, both of which are sustainably farmed. Two short words: TEAM FAVORITE!
This magnum-size bottle means the wine will last even longer in the cellar (think 5-10 years) here – or, if you’re like us, means double the enjoyment in the short term. Only 150 cases produced.
Bright and zingy on the nose, this aromatic wine is bright, earthy, and produced from sustainably-farmed fruit. Aged for 21 months in French barrels (40% new). Think of Points West as the more savory cuvée, and this one as its smoother, sleeker counterpart.
The Presqu’ile Vineyard was planted in 1997 and is rooted in sandy loam soils. It spans 8 acres of land and is dedicated to handful of grape varieties.
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.
This rustic Pinot Noir hails from a premier cru climat just west of Gevrey-Chambertin. The palate is medium-bodied with rich and concentrated flavors, nice acidity, and integrated tannins. Aged for 19 months in barrel (50% new oak). Only 50 cases produced.
Like all of Burguet’s wines, this bottle is produced from organic (converting to biodynamic) fruit, native yeasts, and is bottled unfined / unfiltered.
Fruit for this bright and thirst-quenching rosé was sourced from Watch Hill Vineyard in the Los Alamos Valley. The Mediterranean climate combined with older vines creates fruit with exceptional balance and depth. Organically farmed and only 150 cases produced.
Watch Hill Vineyard was planted in 2002, meaning this year marks the site’s 20th birthday!
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.
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 rosé is the perfect transition wine to take you from l’apéro on the patio to apéro dînatoire. The wine is a classic Provençal blend of Grenache, Syrah, and Cinsault. Organic and sustainable farming practices, woman winemaker, only 8,000 cases produced.
With slightly richer flavors than the Fleurie Cuvée, this is the perfect way to kick off your casual summer dinner party.
This rosé is the haut monde, the crème de la crème, if you will. Fourth-generation winemaker, Madeleine Herbeau, says this premium cuvée offers a full expression of the fabulous terroir of Provence without manipulation.
This vineyard is farmed organically and is certified HEV (High Environmental Value). HEV is the highest and most stringent level of certification given by the French Ministry of Agriculture. Minimal intervention winemaking practices and only 4,000 cases produced!
This Beaujolais-inspired Malbec is exciting and oh so fresh. Fair warning, this could be your new favorite chillable red – seriously, we would drink a lot more Malbec if they all tasted like this.
Organic farming practices, hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation, unfined/unfiltered, vegan-friendly, and only 1,250 cases produced.
This delicious bottle of bubbles is produced by the Bronca sisters in the Valdobbiadene zone of Prosecco. The wine is refreshing, light and mineral-driven – the perfect staple bottle of bubbles for the house (plus it’s great in a spritz! Produced using organic farming practices, woman-owned and operated.
We love to enjoy the Sorelle Bronca Prosecco with olives and a slice of salami while deciding what to make for dinner. Think of it as the perfect aperitivo wine to start a big meal.
Bee Local began as a mission to maintain the art and science of beekeeping within local communities. Every variety of Jacobsen Co. honey featuring the Bee Local seal assures that it is single-origin, sustainably harvested, and never heated, treated, blended or ultra-filtered.
The Wildflower Honey is medium-dark and versatile, with notes of sage, wildflower, and mint.
Put this on your next cheese board, enjoy it in your tea or use it to sweeten up sauces and dressings like this Green Goddess Dressing with Raw Wildflower Honey.
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.
This aperitivo is made from organically-farmed Trebbiano di Soave and Garganega grapes, as well as local herbs from Lake Garda, Italy. No chemicals or artificial coloring are used.
This is an aperitivo (think Aperol) but unlike Aperol, is not an industrial, mass produced product.
HOW TO DRINK IT
Enjoy on the rocks, in a Spritz, negroni, or in a paloma with your favorite tequila or mezcal.
California sunshine in a glass! The palate is refreshing and bright with an added element of crushed stones and sweet grass on the finish. Sustainably farmed, minimal intervention, and only 1,500 cases produced.
Although the Santa Ynez Valley is better known for its Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, this tasty Sauvignon Blanc promises to give the region’s two more popular varieties a run for their money.
This Carneros Chardonnay is dry and medium-bodied, with just a touch of spice from the 10% being aged in neutral French oak barrels. The wine was made from organically-farmed fruit and only 2,500 cases were produced.
Aging in oak can add texture, weight, and a touch of sweet spice to both red and white wine. While new oak will amplify these characteristics, neutral oak will add more nuanced flavors to the wine.
This NSG bottling is a classic representation of Pinot Noir and depicts a very good expression of terroir. The wine shows an amazing balance and acidity. Although it’s drinking well now, this bottle will age gracefully over the next 10-20 years. Sustainably grown, native yeast fermentation, and bottled unfiltered.
Burgundy’s famed Côte de Nuits region gets its name from the town of Nuits-Saint-Georges.
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.
Love Chablis? Who doesn’t? This clear and fresh wine is noted with flavors that develop from fruit on the forefront, then move to a more earthy, chalky minerality on the finish. If you’re looking for a go-to cheese wine, this is it.
Looking to change a Chardonnay skeptic’s mind? Grab a bottle of Chablis and totally rock their world. Contrary to the oak-forward expressions that many associate with the variety, wines from Chablis are crisp, acid driven, and ultra refreshing.