The list below is by no means our full inventory, but rather, is our menu of featured wines of the week, to help you select.  When you call to order, we can discuss inventory not listed here, as well as guide you through our spirits.

KEY: (B) – Biodynamic, (O) – Organic, (V) – Vegan-friendly (N)- Certified Natural Producer

As always, we are happy to curate your selections for you. Tell us what kind of wines you like and at what price point, and we will put together an order for you, for curbside pickup or free delivery. 518-828-6411


Red Wine $20 and under

Fratelli Piemonte Barbera-Plush, med-bodied with easy tannins, notes of black cherry, plums, baking spice and lifted acidity make this a cook-out friendly summer red. ($15)

Le Petit Oursan-Grenache, Merlot & Syrah from Chateauneuf producer Bois de Boursan, imported by Rosenthal. Balanced between dark fruit, savory herbs, and pepper– a definitive, Rhone-terroir red.($16)

Domaine Altugnac Pinot Noir 2019 – Vibrant and lean with fresh red berry fruit flavors, soft tannins and a moderate finish. (O) ($17)

Murgo Etna Rosso 2019 – 100% Nerello Mascalese sustainably farmed on volcanic soil.  Red berry fruit, fresh and vibrant, with underpinnings of herbs and great minerality. A steal for just under $20!

Je deteste merlot- Organic Languedoc Merlot, with black plum, black cherry flavor, chalky minerality & no discernable oak — a good value, med-bodied red for your rib-eye at ($15)

Michel Guignier Beaujolais 2019 – Guignier’s 2019 Beaujolais bursts with aromas of Morello cherries, sweet berries and toasted almonds, followed by a medium to full-bodied, fleshy palate that’s succulent and enveloping. Produced from certified organic vineyards, this is a great value! (O)($19)

Poppy Cabernet Sauvignon 2018 – Berry, black cherry and currant flavors with hints of vanilla and mocha thanks to a year in small French oak barrels. Well-balanced, medium-full bodied and a smooth, easy finish. ($19)

De Forville Barbera d’Alba 2021 – A well-balanced medium bodied wine from Piemonte featuring red currant and nutmeg with a firm, mineral backbone.  Rustic and approachable! ($20)

Chateau Moulin de Canhaut 2016 -A rare gem, given the category! A blend of Merlot & Cab Sauvignon, this Cru Bourgeois from the Medoc is medium bodied & energetic, offering black cherry, blackberry, tobacco and truffle notes — pretty, expressive, affordable Bordeaux. (O) ($19)

Powers Merlot 2016 – Dark toned fruit, with hints of vanilla and cedar. Fuller-bodied and lifted with medium tannins and a long, complex finish.($20)

Vorspannhof Mayr Zweigelt 2017 – Liter sized, light, organic Austrian red. Dry, with berry fruit and a hint or smoky minerality. Great with a chill. ($16)


White, Orange & Rosé $20 and under

Krasno Slovenian Orange- Fresh-styled, skin-contact blend of native Slovenian grapes.  Apricot, peach-skin & savory thyme flavors, gentle tannins & good acidity. A $20 & under star! ($18)(O,B,N)

Fontsainte Rosé-Excellent acidity balances the bright and expressive notes of raspberry, cherry and fresh strawberries. A gorgeous pink. Think “baby Bandol”! ($20)

Fteri Moschofilero-This Greek white has lifted acidity, clean tropical fruit, soft floral aromatics and generous minerality. Pair w/rich seafood and creamy pastas. ($18)

Vino Rose- 100% Sangiovese rosé from Yakima Valley. Delicate, dry and fresh with hints of strawberry, cherry and honeysuckle. ($11)

Pepiere Briords Muscadet 2022 – The 2021 Briords is stunningly pure in it’s minerality. They harvested early in the warm 2019 vintage and it shows in the wine’s bright and snappy personality. 100% Melon de Bourgogne. ($18)

Benito Santos Igrexario de Saiar Albarino 2021 – Bone dry, light bodied and balanced with citrus and mineral flavors and a long, gently spiced finish. ($20)

Mount Riley Sauvignon Blanc 2018 – Juicy and dry, this is quintessential New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc. Like biting into a fresh grapefruit. ($16)

ColleStefano Verdicchio 2022- Medium bodied, organic white from Italy’s Marche region, made from grapes grown at 450 meters above sea-level. Taut, lean, crisp, bright & dry, with flavors of granny smith apple, fresh lime, salty minerality and a touch of ginger. ($19)

Bonny Doon Vineyard Picpoul 2022 – Biodynamic, Californian picnic white from Monterey County, near Big Sur. Made in all steel with minimal sulfur, this 100% Picpoul shows lemon zest & crushed oyster shells flavors. Crisp, dry, refreshing and very low alcohol. ($18)

Teres Antique 2022 A crisp, dry Provençal blend of organic Grenache, Cinsault and Tibouren grapes. With grapefruit zest, melon & herbs flavors, this light pink is a Southern French value-standout. ($14)

The Valley Sauvignon Blanc 2020 – Burgundy-trained Nico Grobler brings the best of the old world to the new.  Based in the cool climate of the Elgin Valley in South Africa, his Sauvignon Blanc sees no oak, and features bright lime, fig, and the classic gooseberry along with plush texture.  Phenomenal value from a burgeoning region!  (O) ($17)

Domaine de Grisy Bourgogne Blanc 2019 – Just barely medium-bodied, with subtly creamy apple/citrus notes, chalky minerality, lean acidity, and a long, savory finish. ($19)

Gobelsburg Kamptal Gruner Veltliner 2019 – Green pear and fresh herbs on the nose introduce this gorgeous Austrian white. Lean and crisp, with lemony freshness complemented by a note of salty yeast.($20)

Antxiola Blanco Txakolina 2020 –  Zippy and fresh with notes of orchard fruit and lemon zest. This wine is bottled young to capture some of the CO2, which makes it bright, lively and  easy to finish! ($20) (O)

Domaine de Villargeau Coteaux Du Giennois Sauvignon Blanc 2021 – The younger sibling to Sancerre with great value!   This unoaked, high acid white shines with bright green apple, and white flowers.  ($19) (O) 



Red $30 and under

Baudry Chinon 2021  Biodynamic Cabernet Franc by one of the Loire’s great talents — this red, with its purple inflection, is supple, energetic, and just medium-bodied with earthy, cranberry-cherry flavors.  Perfect with pork, cheeses & even gamier red meats to keep your pairing refreshing. ($26)

Sunier Gamay Beaujolais Village 2022
Biodynamic, wild yeast fermented, low-sulfur Beauj. that’s fresh, inviting, lightly chillable & deftly balanced. Composed mostly of declassified Régnié, this bottle’s aromas of black cherry & black pepper give way to crunchy, red berry fruit, fine minerality & a delicate texture that’ll have you reaching for more. ($29)

Bellande Willamette Pinot Noir 2022- Stellar-value, Oregon Pinot Noir.  Organic, just medium bodied fruit shows hints of raspberry, strawberry & cranberry — think baby Chambolle Musigny, at $28!  Pair with roast chicken, duck, salmon and summer fare.  

Terre Del Vescovo Marra Aglianico 2015- Sometimes called “the Barolo of the South”, this Aglianico, imported by K. Lynch from Campania’s volcanic soils, over delivers. Pair with grilled steak, lamb, sausage & enjoy its heady notes of smoky oolong tea, rosemary, and fig. Dark, smoothly tannic, yet, energetic and expressive.( $22)

Domaine de Reuilly Pinot Noir 2022 A supple, cool-climate Pinot with flavors of ripe sour cherries & crushed raspberries, finishing with hints of blood orange, spice, and minerality. Organic, biodynamic, imported by Kermit Lynch. ($26)

Placeres Sensoriales Rioja 2022 – Fresh, bright and easy with minerality and crunchy fruit flavors. Organic, just medium bodied, lip smacking. ($22)

La Kuiva Arnad Montjoret 2019-Up in the Italian Alps, Kiuva is a coop of 50 organic growers, founded in ’73. Made mostly from a mountain Nebbiolo clone, this dry red is lithe, w/a concentrated core of earthy sour cherry & plum flavors. As refreshing as serious, it’s a Burgundy lovers Nebbiolo. ($25)

Domaine Moutard Bourgogne 2022 -Moutard, known for his stand-out Champagne, makes this Pinot Noir in Northern Chablis. Only 12.5% alcohol, this cool-climate red is light on its feet, with a pop of sour cherry fruit.  This vanishing style is a rare treat, and we excited to share! ($29)

Bermejos Listan Negro-100% Listan Negro from the volcanic island of Lanzarote. As fascinating as tasty, this is concentrated red & black fruited wine with notable minerality & a hint of smoke. ($29)

Rare North Pinot Noir 2021 – A phenomenal value from  Alisa Jacobson in Willamette, this organic Pinot features fresh red berries, blood, orange, and a hint of thyme.  Stainless steel fermentation and neutral oak provide fresh acid and soft tannins.

Duc des Nauves 2020- An entry-level wine from the centuries-old, biodynamic Bordeaux producer, Chateau Le Puy.  With raspberry fruit balanced by earthy garrigue and mineral flavors, this is a deft, light-to-medium bodied Bordeaux — at once singular and classic. Imported by Rosenthal. ($27)

Beckmen Vineyards Cuvee Le Bec, Santa Ynez Valley 2020 –  This Rhone-style blend of Syrah, Grenache, Mourvedre, and Counoise is an exceptional value for the quality. It displays deep aromas of berries, violet and lavender. Full bodied with dark tones of blackberry, dark cherry and spice it exudes a surprisingly vibrant freshness. ($29)

Au Bon Climat Pinot Noir 2021 – The late, great Jim Clendenen was the maestro behind the Burgundy-inspired Au Bon Climat for over three decades.  This is lush strawberry, clove, and cola from Santa Barbara that is a stellar value in its price range year after year.  ($29) 

Chateau de Grandchamp Bordeaux 2017- An organic blend of Merlot & Cabernet Franc from limestone clay soils on Bordeaux’s Right Bank near Saint-Emilion. Rich, smooth & dry, with a touch of earth, freshness & silky tannins. Imported by Polaner. A versatile, delicious house wine to pair with holiday feasting.($25) (O,N)

Olga Raffault Chinon 2021 – Aromas of morello cherry, red currant, blackberry and prune with hints of licorice, earth and black pepper. The palate shows silky tannins and sappy red and black fruits with chalky minerals and a firm acidity. Earthy prune, plum and cherry fruits linger in the long finish. 100% Cabernet Franc. ($26)


White, Rosé & Orange $30 and under

Diletta Tonello ‘Io Cloe’ Durella 2020 -Made from Durella grapes grown in volcanic soils between Verona and Vicenza. The volcanic clay here imparts a distinctive mineral salinity. Clean & lifted, with its lush texture, and notes of white peach & apple, it’s a lovely pairing for oysters & grilled shrimp. ($23)(O,B,N)

Abbazia di Novacella Kerner 2022 Kerner is a cross of Riesling & the light red grape Schiava. The grapes come from an ancient abbey high in the Dolomites, where monks have been producing wine since 1142! Layered with flavors of ripe apple, nectarine, honeysuckle and almonds, cut by mouthwatering acidity, this is incredibly versatile at the table. Especially good with spicy food. ($25) (O,B)

Ciro Picariello Fiano Di Avellino 2022 Smokey, flinty Fiano from the volcanic soils of Campania. Bright with citrus & green apple, wild herbs, savory spice and crushed stone minerality. Extended lees-time adds texture to balance the refreshing acidity. Excellent with seafood and roast chicken. ($28) (O,B,N)

Bailly Sancerre Rosé La Louée 2022 Well-cut, bracing, dry, pale-hued rosé. Subtle notes of grapefruit pith & red currants, and a core of mineral-driven fruit delivered with refreshing acidity.  The rosé of the season! Imported by Polaner Selections ($28)

Chevalier Chardonnay 2020  From organic vineyards on the complex minerals of the ancient marine soil in the Pays Nantais. Refreshingly briny, with a beautiful, lush texture. No oak, energetic & crisp, with notes of green apple & lemon. ($23)

Domaine Pelle Menetou-Salon Morogues 2020 – A neighbor of Sancerre, from chalky soils. Crisp and fresh, with a fine core of fruit, and a long, complex and very classy finish. Vegan-friendly. Organic farming practices. ($28)

Beaumont Chenin Blanc Bot River 2022   Standout Chenin from a small, family-run winery in South Africa’s Western Cape (since the 1700s). Dry, no-oak, med-bodied, with refreshing acidity & bright citrus-pineapple flavor. ($27))

Bailly Sancerre 2022 Crisp & dry, bright, focused Loire Valley Sauv. Blanc. Organic, biodynamic, classic Kimmeridgian Era limestone soil. Mineral driven, w/citrus & herb underpinnings. Imported by Polaner–the Sancerre to beat! (O)($29)

Tenuta Delle Terre Nere Etna Bianco 2022 – Volcano wine!  This blend of Carricante, Catarrato, Grecanico, and Minella is grown from 50 – 80 year old vines at 2,000 feet in elevation on volcanic soil!  Aromatic and complex with lemon peel, green apple, white peach, and a dry, saline-laden finish.  Organic and unoaked!  (O) ($30)

Ezio Poggio Archetipo Timorosso 2020- Ezio Poggio has brought the near-extinct white varietal Timorosso back into the limelight. Situated in the Terre di Libarna which separates Piemonte and Liguria, the vines grow at 2,000 feet in elevation. Round and satisfying, with zippy acid and excellent minerality, hints of jasmine, lemon peel, and saline. Extremely versatile with food – try it with pesto pasta, veggie curry, or seared tuna. $27

Umathum Rosa Rosé 2019 – Brilliant raspberry colored, Austrian rosé made from Blaufankisch, Sankt Laurent and Zweigelt with flavors of red berries, red currants and spice. Fine and smooth with a long finish. (O)(N)($25)

I Clivi Robolla Gialla 2019 – Organically farmed Ribolla Gialla from mineral soils near the Slovenian border and aged/fermented in stainless steel. Great minerality, lemon zest and salinity with refreshing citric acidity. (O) ($27)

Zarate Albariño 2021- Coming from Spain’s Rias Baixas, which is home to the famed Albariño grape. This entry-level Albariño is crisp and clean. Stony pineapple on the nose and palate  Yellow citrus flavors are like a simple, well-constructed melody, balanced and constrained. This bottle is sure to please! ($29)

Folias de Baco UIVO Curtido 2019 – Portuguese orange wine with a beautiful peachy hue made from 100% Moscatel Galego grapes. Complexity comes from 2 months spent on the lees. Flavors of jasmine, chamomile, wildflowers and grapefruit. Vegan-friendly. (O,B,N)($27)


Red Wine $30++

Roagna Barbara 2017 From perhaps Barbaresco’s greatest living producer, Luca Roagna, this bodied, dry, Barbera delivers earthy-textural, soft-tannin gravitas, expressive dark fruit and spice. Biodynamic.  ($55) (O,B)

Chateau Cartier Bordeaux 2018 All in the family here — this chateau is owned by the Moueix family, who run Chateau Petrus! This classic claret (Bordeaux blend), is dark-toned, rich, dry & expressive, with mineral underpinnings. A stellar pairing with lamb, this is outstanding value for St. Emilion, at ($38)

Arretxea Irouleguy 2019- Also from the Southwest, this blend of Tannat & Cab Sauv is a stunner — concentrated & earthy, plush, smooth, energetic and only 12.5% alcohol! Flavors of cherry, strawberry, black currant & licorice spice. ($34 )

Le Ferme Des Sept Lunes Saint-Joseph 2021- Made with wild yeast & little to no sulphur or oak, this 100% N. Rhone Syrah is elegant & disarmingly fresh & expressive. Raspberry & dark plum fruit combine w/white pepper, violets, bacon fat and olives, making this the perfect, terrior-driven red for cassoulet, lamb or duck. It’s boldly earthy, but not heavy! ($45)

Grosjean Premetta 2022- 90% Premetta, 10% Cornalin grapes sourced from vineyards, up 800m in the Italian Alps! Aged in steel, this dry, red is light in color & body yet exhibits subtle tannins. Red berry, crunchy-fresh mountian terroir!  About 20 cases imported a year by Rosenthal. ($35)(O,B,N)

COS Frappato 2022- The new vintage of this natural Sicilian producer’s light, chillable red is in, and just in time for summer. Made from 100% Frappato, this wine shows wild strawberry and savory herb notes. Light on its feet, it’s supple, pretty & expressive. A perfect compliment for all sorts of summer fare. (O)(B)(N)( $32)

CVNE Rioja Riserva 2017 – Perfect with grilled steak, this is a classic, literally — made by one of Rioja’s original producers.  A blend of Tempranillo & Garnacha, this deep-ruby red shows dark berry, cherry, licorice, spice & smoke flavors. It’s clarity and mellow old vine expression are notable. ($35)

Breton Grolleau 2022- A light, dry, chillable red with earthy, savory, peppery notes.  Made from one of the Loire’s biodynamic pioneers, the Bretons, and imported by Kermit Lynch. This HWM top summer pick is a deft, terroir red at only 11% alcohol.  ($31)

Los Vilifonte Old Dirt Red ’20- A blend of Cab Sauv, Malbec & Merlot from a top S. African prod. in the W. Cape. Bodied, delic, well-balanced claret. At $34, a great option for fans of Cali Cab & Bordeaux.

G. Russo Etna Rosso 2020 – A medium bodied, elegant & expressive red showcasing its volcanic terroir. A touch of green tobacco, leather, citrus, herbs, dark plum & sour cherry notes shine, thanks to biodyn. fruit, 100 year-old vines, vineyards 2300 ft above sea level, & deft, minimal intervention winemaking. ($35)

Foillard Beaujolais Village 2021-Organic Gamay from vines near Morgon, this is peppery, savory, red-fruited goodness. Light to med. bodied, dry, energetic, concentrated & texturally enticing. Unfiltered. No added SO2.  Imported by Kermit Lynch. ($33)

Breton Cuvee Marylou 2022-Low in alcohol, vinified without a drop of sulfur, light bodied yet wonderfully perfumed, it’s a joy to share. 100% Gamay from Guy Breton– lightly-hued, impeccably balanced, tiny production. Try it before it’s gone!  Imported by Kermit. ($35)

Domaine Anita Fluerie Ponce 2021-New to Rosenthal Imports, this is minimal intervention Beauj. The renowned Poncié vineyard produces elegant, structured reds, the epitome of Fleurie. This just med-bodied wine offers pure, precise fruit interlocked seamlessly with ultra-fine tannins. ($34)

Chateau Thivin Cote du Brouilly 2021 – Medium-bodied, fleshy & vibrant, this Cru beaujolais (Gamay) offers red berry flavor, w/darker inflections of fruit and earth.  A lively, rich core and a saline finish make this especially good with duck or pork. A top Beaujolais, imported by Kermit Lynch. ($36)

Trousselle Hautes Cotes De Beaune Rouge En Cre 2021 – Lifted, crunchy-fresh, bright Pinot Noir. Exacting, balanced, stellar-value red Burgundy from limestone-clay soils. Perfect with Sunday night roast chicken. ($34)

Breton Chiroubles Cuvee Lea 2021 – Supple & pure cranberry goodness (100% Gamay). Refreshing, light & savory, with hints of mineral and spice. Breton’s biodynamic village Beaujolais threads the needle between natural & classic as few others can. Imported by Kermit Lynch.  $45

Gour de Chaule Gigondas 2019 – Intensely aromatic cote-du-rhone that comes from 50+ year old vines. Manually harvested, and never destemmed, this robust rhone has dusty tannins and notes of plum, strawberry,white pepper, and leather. Not fining or filtration on a wine that is aged in french oak for a minimum of 18 months. Pairs superbly with gamey meats. ($37) (O,N)

Ridge Lytton Estate Petit Sirah 2019 – Crushed red and purple wildflowers, blueberries, cassis and leaves, all intermingled. This has a superbly juicy array of fresh and succulent dark plums and blackberries and delivers it all in effortlessly attractive mode. 94% Petite Sirah and 6% Zinfandel. . ($49)

San Valentino Umbria Rosso 2018  Made of Sangiovese, Sagrantino and Montepulciano from 50-year old vines at 1300 feet. The wine is aged 3 years in stainless steel & an additional 4 to 12 months in bottle.  Smoky, dense, and explosive, Bea’s San Valentino expresses blue and black fruits, exotic spices, herbs & tobacco. It’s a WOW wine for wine expert & novice alike. (O,B,N)($69)


White, Orange & Rosé Wine $30++

Exmuros Terre De Breze 2021-Mineral-driven, oyster-shell & brine, and dry, apple notes make this a staff favorite Chenin Blanc! From a small biodynamic producer in the Loire Valley’s Saumur appellation.  Dry, complex, this reads as light to medium bodied and yet is only 11.5% alcohol. ($34)(O,B,N)

Heritiers du C. Lafon Macon-Villages 2022
Meursault-lovers unite, and for about $30!  This bodied, impeccably balanced Chardonnay from S. Burgundy is made by one of Meursault’s top vintners.  30 year old vines, certified Biodynamic, with flavors of fresh pear & apple. ($32) (O,B,N) 

Gros Noré Bandol Rosé 2021- A bodied, deeper style of Southern French pink, loaded w/blood orange & citrus flower flavor, salinity & minerality. This is a classic, imported by Kermit Lynch. Remember, Bandol rosé may be firm & a touch tannic, so the extra year in bottle here is the secret sauce — drink no Bandol before its time!  ($44) 

Pavese Ermes Blanc de Morgex et de la Salle 2018 – Made from a grape called Prié Blanc, this wine comes from extremely high altitude, just minutes from the summit of Mont Blanc. Mountain flowers, rocky minerality, great acidity, layers of delicious interest. (O)($36)

Il Censo Gurte 2020 – Terre Siciliane Bianco A stellar Sicilian, organic-orange made from 100% Insolia Bianco grapes by the Gargano family. Hand-picked grapes stay on the skins two to three weeks, depending on the vintage. Only indigenous yeasts are used, and the wine is bottled unfined & unfiltered. Expect bright salty, dry, nectarine goodness, good acidity and enticing texture. ($33) 

Maison de Montille Saint Romain Blanc 2020- A bodied, mouthwatering white Burgundy w/flavors of crisp Anjou pear, white flowers & ripe citrus. Bright & rich, with a long, bright finish. Think “baby” Puligny-Montrachet. ($59) (O)

Donnhoff Kreuznacher Kahlenberg Riesling 2020 –  At once generous and crisp with plenty of pear and fresh-pineapple character, then a long chalky finish that reminds you of Chablis. From organically grown grapes (O) ($48)

Crochet Sancerre Pinot Rosé 2022 – One of the season’s best pinks, this dry, Loire rosé made from 100% Pinot Noir, offers a gentle red berry aroma, lovely texture & freshness. (O,B,N)($35)

Chidaine Montlouis Bournais 2021 Chenin Blanc from vines planted on a limestone plateau overlooking the Loire river. Lifted, with beautiful texture and unexpected depth & complexity. Marrying minerality with pristine fruit, this is GREAT dry, white wine from regenerative farming.  ($55)

Lapideis Umbria Bianco (Skin Contact) 2020 A recent addition to the Bea lineup, “Lapideus” is from an extremely old parcel of Trebbiano Spoletino in the village of Trevi. The juice sees a whopping 35 days of skin contact, followed by 200+ days spent resting on its lees. Despite it’s power and concentration, this is a racy, mineral driven wine with flavors of beeswax, apricot, honey & herbs. (O,B,N) ($80)


Cider and Sparkling Under $40

Richoux Cremant de Bourgogne –Bright, dry, organic sparkling wine from near Chablis. Notably pure & more delicious than big house champagne (and at half the price). Served at NYC’s The Modern. ($33)    

Montbourgeau Cremant du Jura-A tiny production, bone-dry sparkler from a producer’s whose cellars date back to the 1600s! Concentrated, small bubbles, lots of character — imported by Rosenthal! ($35)

UIVO Pt Nat Rosé 2021 A Portuguese sparkling made from Pinot Noir. Clean and bone dry with delicate bubbles, and flavors of  strawberries, sour cherries and lemon zest. Refreshing, endlessly quaffable and (O)(N)( $28)

Left Bank Cider ‘Cats Claw’ – A blend of Northern Spy and Dabinett apples. Wonderful mouthfeel, savory with a touch of tart fruit. Clean and dry finish. Unfiltered with natural fermentation. (O) ($20)

Opera 02 Brut Lambrusco di Modena – Lip smacking, sparkling Italian red with black cherry fruit, dry and savory. Serve chilled with salty snacks, cheese & meats and of course, pizza. ($20)



Pol Roger ‘Reserve’ Brut Champagne NV – On the palate, this medium-bodied Brut is as round (if not pretty sweet) and fruit-driven as it is delicate, pure and very elegant with a long, aromatic, stunningly dry and slightly mineral, impressively long finish. ($70/750ml & $45/375ml)

Guy Larmandier Grand Cru Cramant – This wine is from Larmandier’s 8-acre Grand Cru vineyard in Cramant, the epicenter of Chardonnay in Champagne. The wine expresses the exceptional finesse and delicacy as well as the piercing chalk-like minerality and high-toned aromatics of this remarkable Grand Cru. ($71)

Michel Gonet Blanc de Blancs Zero Dosage Champagne- Chardonnay from some of Champagne’s best-known Grand Cru villages w/signature chalky soils. Elegant, focused & mineral driven with flavors of citrus, honey & brioche. ($60)

Agrapart 7 Crus Extra Brut  A superb non-vintage bottling that synthesizes pure & opulent fruit (from top quality chardonnay vineyards in the Côte de Blancs) with a racy, structured minerality that gives the wine length and cut. ($75)

Agrapart Terroirs Blanc de Blanc Extra Brut  A blend of têtes de cuvée from terroirs in Avize, Oger, Cramant and Oiry.  A fine, elegant, yet powerful Champagne. Tensile, with a core of old vine Chardonnay and mineral.  ($94)

Billecart-Salmon Brut Rosé Champagne – Billecart-Salmon Brut Rosé defines the entire rosé Champagne category. Composed of 40% Chardonnay, 30% Pinot Noir and 30% Meunier. Lacy in texture, with sleek acidity, this well-knit rosé Champagne offers delicate notes of roes petals, red berries and plums with notions of peach, dried flowers and blood orange. Flavorful on the medium-bodied palate and finely poised with bright acidity.  ($94)

Laherte Freres Rose De Meunier Extra Brut – Unique rosé Champagne comprised entirely of organic and biodynamically farmed Pinot Meunier. Crafted from 30% macerated Meunier, 60% white wine juice (directly pressed), and 10% red wine, the final blend is expressive and bright, marked by notes of tart cranberry and peppery citrus. Perfect for lovers of Champagne, Meunier, and all things sparkling. ($67)

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