As is tradition here at Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant, we’ve made it easy to celebrate together—whether in person or in spirit! Our themed gift pack samplers are sure to delight the wine lovers in your life. We’ve also put together a selection of groceries, aprons, books, other gifty items, and (of course) wine—samplers, magnums, grocery items, and more. Order early to arrive by Christmas!
At check out, you can add a gift note to accompany your purchase.
Château Gombaude-Guillot France | Bordeaux | Pomerol
A deep, rich, powerful Bordeaux scented of wild fruit and black truffle—the perfect gift for the home cook or collector; also guaranteed to impress your in-laws.
Domaine du Vieux Télégraphe France | Southern Rhône | Châteauneuf-du-Pape
The majesty of the La Crau vineyard is encapsulated in this wine. I can't think of a grander expression of Southern Rhone terroir to be enjoyed this winter.
Moulin Jean-Marie Cornille France | Provence | Vallée des Baux de Provence AOP
For holiday gifting, I recommend the KLWM grocery import trifecta: a bottle of olive oil, a jar of Ligurian olives, and our staff-favorite French mustard. Give the gift of an artisanal kitchen restock!
Consider this collection your golden ticket of sorts, your invitation to a dinner party with a group of underground artisans, champions of outsider winemaking culture, and a snapshot of a south of France that may be less iconic, but no less authentic.
So what do you call a collection of delicious, well-made wines that offer serious bang for your buck? A surfeit of tastiness, a scad of enjoyment, an ambrosia of libations? I like a plethora of values.
While some of the world’s greatest and grandest reds hail from northern Italy, this territory—which actually consists of eight Italian regions—is perhaps even more noteworthy for its tremendous diversity of everyday rosso.
Many of our best values, all in one place for your browsing pleasure: bargain whites, rosés, reds, and even a couple of sparklers, made by real people and reefer-shipped so they arrive in your hands in nothing less than perfect condition.
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