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  • 2016 Salicutti Brunello di Montalcino ‘Piaggione’

    This wine is an iron fist in a velvet glove. The ‘Piaggione’ is a single-vineyard Brunello that is packed with complex fruit flavors and smooth tannins. This is an exceptional vintage for Brunello made by a rising star in the region.

    Organic/biodynamic farming practices, hand-harvested fruit, and native yeast fermentation. Only 600 cases made.

    $135.00
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    Team Argaux Favorite

    2020 Bodega Chacra ‘Sin Azufre’ Rio Negro Pinot Noir

    This ethereal Pinot Noir is produced using 100% whole clusters, no temperature control, no additions, and fermented entirely in cement. Organic and biodynamic farming practices, hand-harvested fruit, native yeasts, and bottled unfined / unfiltered with no added sulfur.

    Sin Azufre is a handcrafted, personal project by Piero Incisa della Rocchetta of the famed Sassicaia estate in Italy. It is an experiment of making wine without science, using only the eyes, nose, palate, and reasoning as tools.

    $42.00
  • 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 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. 

    $220.00
  • 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
  • 2019 Gouchas Luján de Cuyo 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, unfined/unfiltered, vegan-friendly, and only 1,250 cases produced.

    $22.00
  • 2017 E. Pira Chiara Boschis ‘Via Nuova’ Barolo

    This is an absolute stellar vintage of Barolo. On the palate, the wine is bright and complex with structured tannins and integrated acidity. This special bottle will continue to get better year after year. Decant for one hour before enjoying. Made using certified organic farming practices by a woman winemaker. Only 375 cases produced annually.

    Well-made bottles of Barolo have been known to withstand decades—yes, decades—in the cellar. Ride this one out as long as you can!

    $110.00
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    Team Argaux Favorite

    2018 Girolamo Russo ‘A Rina’ Etna Rosso

    ‘A Rina’ is predominantly Nerello Mascalese-based wine from the contradas of San Lorenzo, Feudo, and Calderara Sottana. This volcanic wine shows impressive delicacy and great structure. Made under certified organic farming practices, fermented naturally with indigenous yeasts, and only 2,500 cases produced annually.

    For Pinot Noir and Nebbiolo lovers, Nerello Mascalese is an exciting find!

    $42.00
  • 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
  • 2019 Domaine de la Tour Vieille Banyuls “Rimage” 500ml

    The oxidative, fortified winemaking tradition of the northwestern Mediterranean is quickly becoming a lost art. These wines were for seafaring men, as the wine doesn’t spoil under even the most extreme conditions.The tradition is alive and well at La Tour Vieille, in the ancient port town of Collioure near the Spanish border. Vincent Cantié produces this Banyuls, named after another nearby port, from ripe Grenache whose fermentation is arrested by distilled spirits.

    Heads up – the resulting wine is sweet and fruity with about 16% alcohol! It’s best consumed as a digestif, with chocolate desserts, or in the midst of a mighty gale many miles offshore…

    $30.00
  • 2018 Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey Nuits Saint-Georges

    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.

    $138.00
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    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
  • 2017 Peay Vineyards ‘Les Titans’ Sonoma Coast Syrah (half-bottle)

    Cold climate Syrah – like Peay Syrah – is really something that pairs well with food. It is fruit-driven and muscular, however, its refreshing acidity and brightness gives the wine grace and elegance.

    Certified organic farming practices, woman-winemaker, and less than 300 cases produced.

    $40.00
  • 2019 Cherrier Frères Sancerre Rouge Pinot Noir (half-bottle)

    This medium-bodied Pinot is smooth, savory, and promises to satisfy a variety of palate preferences. 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. Produced from organic fruit and native yeasts.

    Pinot Noir comprises just 20% of Sancerre’s vineyards, making this wine an extra special and unique Pinot pick. 

    $18.00
  • 2018 Piro Points West Pinot Noir Santa Maria Valley

    The 2018 Points West Pinot Noir is very complex and pronounced with medium tannins and a mineral-driven finish. Drink now or cellar for the next 5-10 years. Sustainably farmed and only 150 cases produced. 

    The Santa Maria Valley AVA spans 7,500 acres of vineyards and runs with an east-west orientation.

    $32.00
  • 2017 Isole e Olena Cepparello

    Winemaker, Paolo de Marchi AKA “Mr. Sangiovese” is one of Tuscany’s movers and shakers. This wine is 100% Sangiovese and shows beautiful balance. The wine is drinking well now, but will continue to develop with a little more time in bottle. Produced using organic farming practices.

    Sangiovese and red sauce go hand in hand. Pizza night in, anyone?

    $117.00
  • 2019 Flaneur Willamette Valley Pinot Noir

    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!)

    $28.00
  • 2019 Anza Diego Magaña Rioja 

    This Tempranillo-dominant wine is made with a touch of Garnacha, Graciano, Mazuelo, Viura, and Malvasía Riojana. It’s produced from 50+ year old bush vines and is aged for 12 months in neutral barrel. This is a very elegant example of a high quality Rioja! Sustainable farming practices and only 677 cases produced.

    Winemaker Diego Magaña has been quoted saying that “this is probably my favorite of all the vintages I’ve made in Rioja so far.” We’d jump on it!

    $31.00
  • 2019 No Name Santa Barbara County Pinot Noir

    This Pinot is perfectly balanced and totally delicious. With regards to Burgundian Pinot Noir, this wine is rather Volnay-like, and finishes with stony minerality and soft, smooth tannins.Sustainable farming practices and only 92 cases produced.

    Because of its high acid, low tannins, and all-around fruit forwardness, Pinot Noir is one of the most food-friendly red wines on the planet.

    $35.00
  • 2013 Cavallotto Barolo Bricco Boschis MAGNUM

    The calm and linear mouthfeel of this ine allows all of the its complex characteristics to reveal themselves. Drink from 2019-2028 (and be sure to enjoy with red meats or hard cheeses). Produced from organically-farmed fruit.

    For Barolo, 2013 is a vintage of character. The cool, wet spring fully replenished the water tables from the drought like conditions at the end of 2012. The cool growing season was good for the Nebbiolo grape and it created wines of beautiful perfumed aromatics.

    $210.00
  • 2003 Emidio Pepe Montepulciano d’Abruzzo

    This world-class red wine from Emidio Pepe is the benchmark bottle for Montepulciano produced wordlwide. Fruit is sourced from vineyards around the winery in Torano Nuovo and Abruzzo, right near the Marche border. Expect a rich (yet not overripe by any means), multidimensional wine that seriously overdelivers. Produced from hand-harvested, biodynamically-farmed fruit.

    Major wine publications have anticipated that this wine will reach its peak drinking window from 2013-2028 – meaning now’s the time to jump!

    $270.00
  • 2002 Emidio Pepe Montepulciano d’Abruzzo

    Extremely limited availability! Emidio Pepe has a cult following for their non-conventional winemaking techniques that have made the estate and their wines legendary. Harvest is done by hand with strict grape selection; they pick in different phases to select bunches of grapes according to their ripening and no additives or sulfites are used.

    Prior to release, bottles are opened and decanted one by one by Rosa Pepe, the family matriarch, into new bottles after which they are re-corked, labeled by hand and shipped. There is no fining, filtration, or SO2 added during the second bottling.

    $300.00
  • 2001 Emidio Pepe Montepulciano d’Abruzzo

    Extremely limited availability! Emidio Pepe has a cult following for their non-conventional winemaking techniques that have made the estate and their wines legendary. Harvest is done by hand with strict grape selection; they pick in different phases to select bunches of grapes according to their ripening and no additives or sulfites are used.

    Prior to release, bottles are opened and decanted one by one by Rosa Pepe, the family matriarch, into new bottles after which they are re-corked, labeled by hand and shipped. There is no fining, filtration, or SO2 added during the second bottling.

    $330.00
  • 2018 Ottomani Chianti Superiore DOCG

    This Sangiovese is powerful and herbal. The wine’s notes of balsamic and oregano promise to have you craving pizza in no time!

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

    $25.00

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