Beaujolais Nouveau release day is undeniably a celebration of this year’s harvest, but it is also a day to put the spotlight on all that Beaujolais has to offer. Today, along with Domaine Dupeuble’s 2020 Nouveau, we are featuring Beaujolais’s reds, whites, and rosés from each regional classification–Vin de France, Beaujolais, Beaujolais-Villages, and top crus like Côte de Brouilly and Morgon. Below you’ll find a group of wines that are unparalleled in their festive nature and display the stunning range of Gamay and Chardonnay in this storied region. The Dupeuble Nouveau is fresh and juicy, evocative of the harvest that took place just a few months ago. It’s also in short supply this year and we expect it to sell out today!
Beaujolais Nouveau release day is undeniably a celebration of this year’s harvest, but it is also a day to put the spotlight on all that Beaujolais has to offer. Today, along with Domaine Dupeuble’s 2020 Nouveau, we are featuring Beaujolais’s reds, whites, and rosés from each regional classification
If there is one thing we have all learned to expect this year, it is the unexpected. Even so, here we are, right on time with our annual Champagne sale—and, boy, is Champagne in order! In case you’re feeling a little humbuggish, convinced there is nothing to celebrate, I asked our three Champagne producers why it’s always appropriate to pop a cork
When traveling the wine route in France and Italy, I come across fine olive oil almost as often as I come across fine wine. Of course, these are the two staples of the diet in this part of the world...
Here at Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant we don’t believe in selling anything mediocre, and we would certainly not put our name on a wine we didn’t believe in. So our values are just that, wines that are full of value and quality.
Going into 2017, it had been a few decades since we added a winemaking family to our Beaujolais portfolio. With the likes of Lapierre, Foillard, Thivin, and Thévenet, just to name a few, there seemed to be no need to expand that cohort of all-stars. Then we stumbled across the reds of Quentin Harel
The wines in this collection offer a genuine taste of Tuscany’s varied terroirs, encapsulating a long history of working the land that persists to this day. They are a taste of the earth, conjuring all the images that make us dream about the pastel shades of a Tuscan sunset.
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