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Winemaker Christelle Coulange returned to the family property after oenology school and began to make and bottle her own wine. In only a decade she has made quite a name for herself.  The 2019 Mistral is delightful, an unoaked blend of 80% grenache and 20% syrah. It’s more intense and ripe than usual, with fuller fruit and a deeper palate. The nose shows violets, wild cherry jam, and garrigue (provençal underbrush), with woodsy and briary notes as it develops in the glass.  The mouth is dense and smooth, with a rich, vibrant mouthfeel, and smooth tannins.
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Monnet’s 2018 Juliénas is bold, masculine, mouthfilling, and simply outstanding. We sometimes describe good Beaujolais as Gamay that feels like Northern Rhône Syrah; in 2018, the Gamay might be closer to Mourvèdre. The nose is darkly floral (Jean-Marc accurately noted peonies as a tasting note), with cassis, graphite, and minerals. The mouth is bold, smooth, rich, and seductive. The tannins are ripe and soft, with punchy fruit and a long, clean finish.
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It shows the same dark intensity of Goubert’s popular Côtes du Rhône, but with an added dose of refinement. The increased percentage of grenache gives it a brighter feel with easily approachable tannins. The 2019 is smooth and refreshing -- it’s nicely balanced, showing raspberry and strawberry fruits, hints of leather and tobacco, and a round smooth finish. Food isn’t necessary with Sablet — it’s a perfect by-the-glass wine that drinks well right out of the bottle — but it also pairs easily with something from the kitchen. We serve the Sablet with everything from spicy garlic pasta (cool the wine a bit before serving), to a hearty soup with a crusty piece of bread.
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It would qualify to be labeled Chianti Classico, but years ago the winemakers decided to bottle wine from their younger vines under a separate label. Both of his wines are well priced, but at $19, this is an unusually good bargain for a weeknight red. The 2016 Labirinto offers many of the same pleasures as their Chianti Classico, but with less tannin, less complexity, and for a couple fewer bucks. In the nose it shows violets, cherries, cassis and some earth. The mouth is intense and energetic -- the tannins are young but juicy, and the mouthfeel is bold and refreshing. Look for sour cherry jam and minerals.
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Winemaker Christelle Coulange returned to the family property after oenology school and began to make and bottle her own wine. In only a decade she has made quite a name for herself.  The 2019 Mistral is delightful, an unoaked blend of 80% grenache and 20% syrah. It’s more intense and ripe than usual, with fuller fruit and a deeper palate. The nose shows violets, wild cherry jam, and garrigue (provençal underbrush), with woodsy and briary notes as it develops in the glass.  The mouth is dense and smooth, with a rich, vibrant mouthfeel, and smooth tannins.
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Auxerrois from the Domaine Mersiol is a longtime favorite as a summertime sipper. It’s a similar grape to Pinot Blanc — indeed is often blended with it — but we think the flavor profile is more interesting. There’s a bit of peach in addition to the citrus fruit, and a touch of lemon peel. It’s not a wine to lay down, but rather a pleasant and versatile match for warmer weather. Whether your end of the day wind-down takes place on a backyard patio, a roof deck, or a beach, the 2018 Auxerrois should provide some pleasant moments.
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Monnet coaxes beautifully complete, almost sweet fruit from his grapes and his 2019 Chiroubles...
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Monnet coaxes beautifully complete, almost sweet fruit from his grapes and his 2019 Chiroubles is anything but lightweight. The wine offers a complex, elegant nose of maraschino cherries and a fine finish. Served slightly cool, this wine will surprise you with its sophistication and provide the perfect complement to an early evening outdoor meal.
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Monnet’s 2018 Juliénas is bold, masculine, mouthfilling, and simply outstanding. We sometimes...
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Monnet’s 2018 Juliénas is bold, masculine, mouthfilling, and simply outstanding. We sometimes describe good Beaujolais as Gamay that feels like Northern Rhône Syrah; in 2018, the Gamay might be closer to Mourvèdre. The nose is darkly floral (Jean-Marc accurately noted peonies as a tasting note), with cassis, graphite, and minerals. The mouth is bold, smooth, rich, and seductive. The tannins are ripe and soft, with punchy fruit and a long, clean finish.
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It shows the same dark intensity of Goubert’s popular Côtes du Rhône, but with an added dose of refinement. The increased percentage of grenache gives it a brighter feel with easily approachable tannins. The 2019 is smooth and refreshing -- it’s nicely balanced, showing raspberry and strawberry fruits, hints of leather and tobacco, and a round smooth finish. Food isn’t necessary with Sablet — it’s a perfect by-the-glass wine that drinks well right out of the bottle — but it also pairs easily with something from the kitchen. We serve the Sablet with everything from spicy garlic pasta (cool the wine a bit before serving), to a hearty soup with a crusty piece of bread.
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It would qualify to be labeled Chianti Classico, but years ago the winemakers decided...
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It would qualify to be labeled Chianti Classico, but years ago the winemakers decided to bottle wine from their younger vines under a separate label. Both of his wines are well priced, but at $19, this is an unusually good bargain for a weeknight red. The 2016 Labirinto offers many of the same pleasures as their Chianti Classico, but with less tannin, less complexity, and for a couple fewer bucks. In the nose it shows violets, cherries, cassis and some earth. The mouth is intense and energetic -- the tannins are young but juicy, and the mouthfeel is bold and refreshing. Look for sour cherry jam and minerals.
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Muré’s Anémones is an edelzwicker, a blend of several white grapes from...
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Muré’s Anémones is an edelzwicker, a blend of several white grapes from Alsace. The nose is floral, smooth, and very pleasant. The mouth is cool and crisp, dry but full of fruit and honey. Serve this on its own at a cocktail party and your guests will be amazed. It has the fruit and pleasant juiciness of a sweet wine, all with no residual sugar.
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A Côtes du Rhône should be three things: balanced, dark, and inexpensive. Goubert’s is all three. The relatively low alcohol, keeps it fresh and lively on the palate. The blend of six grapes classic Rhône grapes forms a rich, hearty, dark wine. And it’s inexpensive enough to pull out at a moment’s notice. Goubert’s Côtes du Rhône is the expressive and refined, showing dark wild cherries, raspberries, and a hint of menthol. The mouth is both jammy and refreshing, with notes of white pepper, licorice, and plums.
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Winemaker Christelle Coulange returned to the family property after oenology school and began to...
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Winemaker Christelle Coulange returned to the family property after oenology school and began to make and bottle her own wine. In only a decade she has made quite a name for herself.  The 2019 Mistral is delightful, an unoaked blend of 80% grenache and 20% syrah. It’s more intense and ripe than usual, with fuller fruit and a deeper palate. The nose shows violets, wild cherry jam, and garrigue (provençal underbrush), with woodsy and briary notes as it develops in the glass.  The mouth is dense and smooth, with a rich, vibrant mouthfeel, and smooth tannins.
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Auxerrois from the Domaine Mersiol is a longtime favorite as a summertime sipper. It’...
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Auxerrois from the Domaine Mersiol is a longtime favorite as a summertime sipper. It’s a similar grape to Pinot Blanc — indeed is often blended with it — but we think the flavor profile is more interesting. There’s a bit of peach in addition to the citrus fruit, and a touch of lemon peel. It’s not a wine to lay down, but rather a pleasant and versatile match for warmer weather. Whether your end of the day wind-down takes place on a backyard patio, a roof deck, or a beach, the 2018 Auxerrois should provide some pleasant moments.
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Monnet coaxes beautifully complete, almost sweet fruit from his grapes and his 2019 Chiroubles...
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Monnet coaxes beautifully complete, almost sweet fruit from his grapes and his 2019 Chiroubles is anything but lightweight. The wine offers a complex, elegant nose of maraschino cherries and a fine finish. Served slightly cool, this wine will surprise you with its sophistication and provide the perfect complement to an early evening outdoor meal.
Less (-)
Free US Shipping
Monnet’s 2018 Juliénas is bold, masculine, mouthfilling, and simply outstanding. We sometimes...
More (+)
Monnet’s 2018 Juliénas is bold, masculine, mouthfilling, and simply outstanding. We sometimes describe good Beaujolais as Gamay that feels like Northern Rhône Syrah; in 2018, the Gamay might be closer to Mourvèdre. The nose is darkly floral (Jean-Marc accurately noted peonies as a tasting note), with cassis, graphite, and minerals. The mouth is bold, smooth, rich, and seductive. The tannins are ripe and soft, with punchy fruit and a long, clean finish.
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It shows the same dark intensity of Goubert’s popular Côtes du Rhô...
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It shows the same dark intensity of Goubert’s popular Côtes du Rhône, but with an added dose of refinement. The increased percentage of grenache gives it a brighter feel with easily approachable tannins. The 2019 is smooth and refreshing -- it’s nicely balanced, showing raspberry and strawberry fruits, hints of leather and tobacco, and a round smooth finish. Food isn’t necessary with Sablet — it’s a perfect by-the-glass wine that drinks well right out of the bottle — but it also pairs easily with something from the kitchen. We serve the Sablet with everything from spicy garlic pasta (cool the wine a bit before serving), to a hearty soup with a crusty piece of bread.
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It would qualify to be labeled Chianti Classico, but years ago the winemakers decided...
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It would qualify to be labeled Chianti Classico, but years ago the winemakers decided to bottle wine from their younger vines under a separate label. Both of his wines are well priced, but at $19, this is an unusually good bargain for a weeknight red. The 2016 Labirinto offers many of the same pleasures as their Chianti Classico, but with less tannin, less complexity, and for a couple fewer bucks. In the nose it shows violets, cherries, cassis and some earth. The mouth is intense and energetic -- the tannins are young but juicy, and the mouthfeel is bold and refreshing. Look for sour cherry jam and minerals.
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Muré’s Anémones is an edelzwicker, a blend of several white grapes from...
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Muré’s Anémones is an edelzwicker, a blend of several white grapes from Alsace. The nose is floral, smooth, and very pleasant. The mouth is cool and crisp, dry but full of fruit and honey. Serve this on its own at a cocktail party and your guests will be amazed. It has the fruit and pleasant juiciness of a sweet wine, all with no residual sugar.
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A Côtes du Rhône should be three things: balanced, dark, and inexpensive. Goubert’s is all three. The relatively low alcohol, keeps it fresh and lively on the palate. The blend of six grapes classic Rhône grapes forms a rich, hearty, dark wine. And it’s inexpensive enough to pull out at a moment’s notice. Goubert’s Côtes du Rhône is the expressive and refined, showing dark wild cherries, raspberries, and a hint of menthol. The mouth is both jammy and refreshing, with notes of white pepper, licorice, and plums.
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Winemaker Christelle Coulange returned to the family property after oenology school and began to...
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Winemaker Christelle Coulange returned to the family property after oenology school and began to make and bottle her own wine. In only a decade she has made quite a name for herself.  The 2019 Mistral is delightful, an unoaked blend of 80% grenache and 20% syrah. It’s more intense and ripe than usual, with fuller fruit and a deeper palate. The nose shows violets, wild cherry jam, and garrigue (provençal underbrush), with woodsy and briary notes as it develops in the glass.  The mouth is dense and smooth, with a rich, vibrant mouthfeel, and smooth tannins.
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Auxerrois from the Domaine Mersiol is a longtime favorite as a summertime sipper. It’...
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Auxerrois from the Domaine Mersiol is a longtime favorite as a summertime sipper. It’s a similar grape to Pinot Blanc — indeed is often blended with it — but we think the flavor profile is more interesting. There’s a bit of peach in addition to the citrus fruit, and a touch of lemon peel. It’s not a wine to lay down, but rather a pleasant and versatile match for warmer weather. Whether your end of the day wind-down takes place on a backyard patio, a roof deck, or a beach, the 2018 Auxerrois should provide some pleasant moments.
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Monnet coaxes beautifully complete, almost sweet fruit from his grapes and his 2019 Chiroubles...
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Monnet coaxes beautifully complete, almost sweet fruit from his grapes and his 2019 Chiroubles is anything but lightweight. The wine offers a complex, elegant nose of maraschino cherries and a fine finish. Served slightly cool, this wine will surprise you with its sophistication and provide the perfect complement to an early evening outdoor meal.
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Monnet’s 2018 Juliénas is bold, masculine, mouthfilling, and simply outstanding. We sometimes...
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Monnet’s 2018 Juliénas is bold, masculine, mouthfilling, and simply outstanding. We sometimes describe good Beaujolais as Gamay that feels like Northern Rhône Syrah; in 2018, the Gamay might be closer to Mourvèdre. The nose is darkly floral (Jean-Marc accurately noted peonies as a tasting note), with cassis, graphite, and minerals. The mouth is bold, smooth, rich, and seductive. The tannins are ripe and soft, with punchy fruit and a long, clean finish.
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It shows the same dark intensity of Goubert’s popular Côtes du Rhô...
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It shows the same dark intensity of Goubert’s popular Côtes du Rhône, but with an added dose of refinement. The increased percentage of grenache gives it a brighter feel with easily approachable tannins. The 2019 is smooth and refreshing -- it’s nicely balanced, showing raspberry and strawberry fruits, hints of leather and tobacco, and a round smooth finish. Food isn’t necessary with Sablet — it’s a perfect by-the-glass wine that drinks well right out of the bottle — but it also pairs easily with something from the kitchen. We serve the Sablet with everything from spicy garlic pasta (cool the wine a bit before serving), to a hearty soup with a crusty piece of bread.
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It would qualify to be labeled Chianti Classico, but years ago the winemakers decided...
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It would qualify to be labeled Chianti Classico, but years ago the winemakers decided to bottle wine from their younger vines under a separate label. Both of his wines are well priced, but at $19, this is an unusually good bargain for a weeknight red. The 2016 Labirinto offers many of the same pleasures as their Chianti Classico, but with less tannin, less complexity, and for a couple fewer bucks. In the nose it shows violets, cherries, cassis and some earth. The mouth is intense and energetic -- the tannins are young but juicy, and the mouthfeel is bold and refreshing. Look for sour cherry jam and minerals.
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Muré’s Anémones is an edelzwicker, a blend of several white grapes from...
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Muré’s Anémones is an edelzwicker, a blend of several white grapes from Alsace. The nose is floral, smooth, and very pleasant. The mouth is cool and crisp, dry but full of fruit and honey. Serve this on its own at a cocktail party and your guests will be amazed. It has the fruit and pleasant juiciness of a sweet wine, all with no residual sugar.
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