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!
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.
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.
2019 Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey Nuits St Georges ‘Aux Boudots’ Premier Cru
“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.
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.
2019 Domaine Alain Burguet Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru ‘Lavaux Saint Jacques’
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.
2019 Chateau des Antonins AOC Bordeaux Supérieur ‘La Réserve du Couvent’
This classic, left bank Bordeaux is a careful selection of the estates best fruit that is aged in French oak barrels. It is powerful, fleshy, and noted with well-integrated tannins that will continue to soften over the years. Peak drinking window: 2023-2030
Certified sustainable farming practices and only 1,100 cases produced.
2020 Gouchas Luján de Cuyo Carbonic Malbec
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, natural winemaking, unfined/unfiltered, vegan-friendly, and only 1,250 cases produced.
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.
2019 Flâneur Willamette Valley Pinot Noir
This is our gaux-to weeknight Pinot. It has a deep concentration of fruit and velvety texture that makes you just de-stress the second you take a sip.
Organic farming practices, dry-farmed, hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation, unfined/unfiltered.
2019 No Name Santa Barbara County Pinot Noir
This Pinot is perfectly balanced. With regards to Burgundian Pinot Noir, this wine is rather Volnay-like, and finishes with stony minerality and soft tannins.
Sustainable farming practices and only 92 cases produced.
2003 Emidio Pepe Montepulciano d’Abruzzo
This world-class red wine from Emidio Pepe is the benchmark bottle for Montepulciano produced wordlwide. Expect a rich (yet not overripe by any means), multidimensional wine that seriously overdelivers. Major wine publications have anticipated that this wine will reach its peak drinking window from 2013-2028 – meaning now’s the time to jump!
Organic and biodynamic farming practices, hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation, no fining/filtering and no added sulfites.
2002 Emidio Pepe Montepulciano d’Abruzzo
Extremely limited availability! Emidio Pepe has a cult following for his non-conventional winemaking techniques that have made the estate and their wines legendary. Better yet – we’ve aged the wine for you. Experts say this wine will peak from 2018-2030, aka now!
Organic farming practices, hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation, no fining/filtering, and no added sulfites.
2001 Emidio Pepe Montepulciano d’Abruzzo
Extremely limited availability! Emidio Pepe has a cult following for his non-conventional winemaking techniques that have made the estate and wines legendary. Major wine publications have anticipated that this wine will reach its peak drinking window from 2013-2031 – meaning now’s the time to jump!
Organic farming practices, hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation, no additives and no added sulfites.
2017 Domaine Rougeot Père et Fils Volnay-Santenots Premier Cru
This is Rougeot’s most structured, powerhouse wine that will age gracefully for decades. This wine spent 18 months in barrel (35% new).
Organic and biodynamic farming practices, hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation, unfined/unfiltered.
2019 San Giorgio a Lapi Sangiovese Rosso
Like a newly blossomed flower, this wine is fresh and aromatic. Its bright acidity, serious structure, and long, herbal finish will make you want to take a bite of food. Pizza, pasta, or salami and pecorino anyone?
Sustainable farming practices, hand-harvested, and native yeast fermentation.
2017 Francois Mikulski Volnay ‘Santenots du Milieu’ Premier Cru
A Santenots as pretty as it is sweet. This is arguably the best premier cru vineyard in Volnay, often referred to as a Tête de Cuvée. Hints of leather, black plum, cherry and peony, similar aromas to the Pommard, but without the tannin. Secondary notes of mocha coffee and cooked tarragon followed by the Santenots raspberry and strawberry. The mouth is round and supple with silky tannins and a long finish. Drink now through 2035. This is truly an outstanding wine for a special evening.
Organic farming practices, native yeast fermentation and only 333 cases produced.
Enjoy with creamy mushroom chicken, duck confit, rack of lamb or Roasted Black Bass with Orange-Flower Water.
2018 Chateau des Antonins Bordeaux Supérieur Rouge
This full-bodied blend is a classic representation of Bordeaux: subtle, seamless, and elegant. It has a smooth texture and is the perfect wine for a California Cab or red blend lover.
Certified sustainable farming practices and about 6,000 cases produced annually.