A look back on some of the offerings that have been featured in our wine club.
May Essentials 2020 
Sparkling Wine: Recaredo “Terrers” 2014
White Wine #1: Domaine Maurice Schoech, Riesling “Sonnenberg”, 2016
White Wine #2: Domaine du Nozay, Sancerre “Château » 2018
Red Wine #1 : Domaine Becheras, Saint Joseph, 2016
Red Wine #2 : Villa Sant’Anna, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, 2016
SURPRISE WINE: Chateau Peyrassol, Cotes de Provence Rosé “Chateau”, 2019
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May New Arrivals
Champagne Guy Larmandier, Vertus Brut Rose 1ER Cru
Champagne Roger Coulon, Reserve de L’Hommee Brut 1ER Cru
Chateau du Petit Thouars, Touraine Rouge « Cuvee Amiral » 2010
Marc Deschamps, Pouilly-Fumé « Champs de Cri » 2018
Domaine Georges Lignier, Bourgogne Passetoutgrain, 2018
Domaine Daniel-Etienne Defaix, Chablis Vieilles Vignes, 2014
De Forville, Nebbiolo D’alba San Rocco, 2018
Bisson, Cimixia « L’Antico » Portofino Bianco 2018
Domaine du Meix Foulot, Mercurey Rouge 1ER Cru, 2015
Domaine Bitouzet-Prieur, Meursault « Cuvee de Glace » 2016
Domaine Gerard, Condrieu « L’Arbuel » 2017
Domaine de Fenouillet, Beaumes de Venise Rouge « Terres Blanches » 2018
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Spring Terroir 
Join us on an adventure to Burgundy, the most sublime and instructive of viticultural regions for the study of terroir. This collection of a dozen wines presents a classic opportunity to comprehend the basics behind the concept of terroir. We provide three wines from four separate domaines located in a quartet of villages within Burgundy. These range from Chablis in the extreme north to singular growers as we proceed south in each of the Cote de Nuits, Cote de Beaune and Cote Chalonnaise. In each instance, we have selected for your pleasure three wines from different sites within each appellation, all from the same vintage. This grouping thus highlights the unique characteristics of each limited zone as, in a classic science experiment, all conditions are equal except for one … that is, we have the same producer, using the same techniques, from grapes harvested within days of one another, the only difference being that each wine comes from a specially designated site which has different aspects such as position on the hill, exposure to the sun, varying mineral elements in the soil, all of which combine to create a wine with distinct characteristics that reflect its place of origin.
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