Embrace the slow onset of Spring:
Here we are again, battling the turbulent spring weather marked by slushy sidewalks and the occasional snow showers, wondering if t-shirt weather will ever arrive (spoiler alert: it will!) We sorely emphasize.
Red wine is our remedy.
Discover the five recommendations from our sommeliers.
From left to right: Baud’s Rouge Ancestral is a silky and leathery light red made of old-vine Trousseau and Pinot Noir. The Pyrène Pays de Cocogne transports us to Atlantic France, a great escape from Canadian March. Neh! is a pure expression of Piedmont fruits that screams mid-summer cherry fields. The Château Plaisance Bordeaux is an earthy and rustic warm hug, and Lamartine Cahors is a bigger, bolder, and spicier red that will get us through the slushiest Spring day.
– THE RETURN OF THE FREDERIC BROUCA MIXED CASE –
Domaine Frédéric Brouca Mixed Case
$206.70 / case of 6
The wait is over! Uncork the organic and natural expressions of the ‘real south of France’. Sample through the golden Roussanne-dominant ‘Champ Pentus White’, the single-vineyard red blend ‘Champ Pentus’, and the premium ‘Clos Sauveplane’ made of co-fermented Mourvèdre and Syrah sourced from a walled vineyard.
Are you more of a white wine drinker? Discover our new selections.
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