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  • 2020 Storm Santa Ynez Valley Sauvignon Blanc

    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. 

    $26.00
  • 2016 Wonderland Project ‘White Queen’ Sonoma Chardonnay

    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.

    $25.00
  • 2019 Domaine De Oliveira Lecestre AC Chablis

    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.

    $35.00
  • White
    Team Argaux Favorite

    2019 Domaine De Oliveira Lecestre Petit Chablis

    Your everyday, go-to wine! The palate is lively, crisp, mineral-driven and pure, marked by a flinty finish. Produced using sustainable farming practices.

    Petit Chablis wines can come from a larger growing area than those specified under the Chablis AOC. They are generally fresh, steel vinified, and meant to be consumed young. 

    $25.00
  • 2019 No Name Santa Barbara County Chardonnay

    This Chardonnay is a total babe. The wine’s vibrant nose leads to a zippy yet round and silky palate. In short, it’s an all-around crowd pelaser. Organic farming practices and only 90 cases produced.

    Santa Barbara County is a large AVA within California that is best known for its Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Syrah.

    $30.00
  • 2020 Domaine Mardon Quincy ‘Vieilles Vignes’ Sauvignon Blanc

    If you like Sancerre, try this! 100% Sauvignon Blanc from Quincy, a region located about 50 miles west of Sancerre in the Loire Valley. It is made from 50 to 80-year-old vines which contribute to the structure and complexity of flavor in this wine. It is bright and pure with a laser beam of citrus-driven acidity.

    Produced from organically-farmed fruit and indigenous yeast fermentation by a woman winemaker.

    Enjoy this wine with goat cheese, sushi, ceviche or this Cilantro Lime Chicken Salad!

    $23.00
  • 2009 Château Climens 1er Cru Barsac Sauternes (half-bottle)

    This is an incredibly beautiful dessert wine from one of the most established Sauternes producers in Bordeaux. It is made from 100% botrytis infected Semillon. It’s both delicate and energetic with hints of chamomile tea, ginger, cooked apple, honeysuckle and orange blossom. It finishes with a spicy minerality that lingers on the palate.

    Enjoy after dinner with some blue cheese or Poached Apricots With Pistachio and Amaretto Mascarpone. 

    $100.00
  • White
    Team Argaux Favorite

    2020 Edaphos Alder Springs Petite Arvine

    THE FIND OF ALL TIME!

    100% Petite Arvine from the Alder Springs Vineyard in Northern California. Petite Arvine is a rare grape for California, it originally hails from the Valais region in the Swiss Alps.

    Brilliant pale white gold in color with fresh, bright aromas of chamomile and jasmine to dried apricots and apple chips. Silky texture with pronounced acidity balances out with white flower and orchard fruit flavors. 

    Organic/biodynamic farming practices, hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation & only 200 cases produced. 

    This will be at our Thanksgiving tables! It’s great with fish, but it also stands up nicely to white meat and hearty sides like stuffing and Garlic Mashed Potatoes.

    $46.00
  • 2018 Willi Schaefer Graacher Himmelreich Riesling Spätlese

    Schaefer is absolutely, without question, one of the greatest producers in Germany. This is a benchmark for the Mosel and the wines are coveted not just by collectors, but by other growers.  

    The nose is aromatic with hints of lime blossom, honeysuckle, green pear and a mineral, flinty smokiness. The palate is insanely pure and complex with some mid-palate tension and a long finish of honey and key lime pie.

    This is perfect with Asian food or anything with a little spice. This is also a go-to for Thanksgiving Dinner.

    $58.00
  • 2021 Par Fore the Course New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc

    This wine is all about bright flavors, approachability, and thirst-quenching freshness. The flavor lingers, but the wine goes down fast. It is Marlborough, New Zealand to a Sauvy B TEE! 

    Fruit for the 2020 bottling hails from two vineyards that are farmed sustainably through Sustainable Winegrowing New Zealand, with a long term view of biodiversity in the vineyard and proactive farming practices.

    $18.00
  • 2018 Domaine Rougeot 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 Rougeot Bourgogne Aligote ‘Les Plumes’ Sans Sulfite

    This wine has fresh aromas, smokey undertones, and a saline-tinged finish. On the palate it is bone dry and light bodied with thirst-quenching acidity – very refreshing, to say the least! Produced using organic/biodynamic farming practices, hand-harvested fruit, native yeast fermentation, and bottled unfined / unfiltered.

    The entire production of Rougeot’s Aligoté from ‘Les Plumes’ is bottled sans soufre (without sulfur).

    $33.00
  • 2009 Domaine Bohn AOC Alsace Lieu-Dit Schieferberg Chapelle Oberhagel Riesling

    Forget what you thought you knew about Riesling. This natural, skin-contact expression from Domaine Bohn shows a whole ‘nother side of what the variety can do – and now with over ten years of age on it, a brand new layer of complexity is settling in. 

    Orange wine lovers, this is a one-of-a-kind tasting experience. Due to its age and natural vinification, we recommend decanting before enjoying. 

    $50.00
  • 2016 Domaine Latour-Giraud Meursault ‘Charmes’ 1er Cru MAGNUM

    This is an incredibly pleasant and interesting wine with hints of citrus & stone fruit, sweet smoke and hazelnut. The depth of flavor continues for an impressively long finish that never stops developing. Drink now or lay down for another 5-10 years. This wine has the structure to age, but is drinking beautifully now as well.

    This wine would be wonderful with a buttery, lobster linguine topped with lemon and fresh herbs.

    $244.00
  • 2017 Yarden Galilee Chardonnay

    Notes of fresh lemon, ripe pear and fresh flowers, rounded out with hints of apricot, cream and baking spice. Full bodied with crisp acidity and found finish.

    Try serving the wine with seared salmon with crispy skin, a whole smoker roasted chicken or pumpkin ravioli.

    $26.00
  • 2018 Rocca Del Principe Fiano di Avellino

    This is Margaux’s (co-founder) all-time favorite wine! Calling all Sancerre, Chablis, and Albariño drinkers! This wine is for you.

    Organic farming practices, woman-winemaker, and only 1,833 cases produced.

    $26.00
  • 2020 Chateau des Antonins AOC Bordeaux Blanc

    Sauvignon Blanc lovers, don’t sleep on Bordeaux Blanc. Often vinified with a bit of Sémillon, these textured and thirst-quenching wines are some of the most underrated, budget-friendly bottles on the market. Next time the mood for SB strikes, give Bordeaux a whirl – you’ll thank us later.

    Certified sustainable farming practices and only 2,500 cases produced.

    $25.00
  • 2014 Château de Brézé Saumur Blanc ‘Clos de la Rue’ MAGNUM

    Want to drink like royalty? The Clos de la Rue “smells and tastes like you are drinking liquid gold and it can send shivers down your spine. So, what does this wine really taste like? Too much to say, but let’s just say gold, fairy dust, sweet limestone, river rocks, the smell of powdered sugar, sweet citrus and sheer pleasure. If I had to drink this wine every day of my life, I would be content to do so.” – The Source Imports

    Pair With: Simple. Sol with lemon!

    $120.00
  • 2018 Flâneur Willamette Valley Chardonnay

    This medium-bodied wine is ripe, open, and pleasantly palate coating. It has a wonderful depth of texture, balanced acidity and a lingering finish. Produced from organic fruit and native yeasts, bottled unfined and unfiltered.

    In French, the term flâneur refers to a man who wanders around the streets observing society. 

    $28.00

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