There is perhaps no wine more in tune with springtime than Sauvignon Blanc. With aromas of zesty lime, bright blossoms, and fresh-cut grass, this noble grape variety matches the season’s luminous, cheery mood, and perfectly accompanies the arrival of tender greens, fragrant herbs, asparagus, artichokes, favas, and other flavors of the season that can be a challenge to pair with wine. Sauvignon Blanc comes in many forms, and we've put them all together right here for your enjoyment. You’ll find classics from its spiritual home in the Loire Valley, as well as characterful renditions from Bordeaux and Friuli. From zippy tank-aged whites to deeper, oak-aged examples, the range of flavors and textures can surprise. We’ve also included some Sauvignon blends, as well as some older vintages to show the variety’s impressive aging potential.
Home to nearly a dozen grape varieties and even more styles of vinifying them, Alsace offers endless stimulation and reward to the open-minded wine drinker. Now through the end of May, take 20% off wines in this collection
It’s that time of year! We have begun to receive the latest vintage of rosés from our producers in France and Italy and will update this page as more arrive in Berkeley. Check back here regularly for your favorite rosés!
In 1976, when I was busy being born as a wine importer, Richard Olney guided me through the French vineyards. He introduced me to Domaine Tempier, Clape, Chave, and other incomparable sources. In the Beaujolais we visited Château Thivin and Georges Duboeuf. I chose to pursue Thivin
Sauvignon Blanc comes in many forms, and we've put them all together right here for your enjoyment. You’ll find classics from its spiritual home in the Loire Valley, as well as characterful renditions from Bordeaux and Friuli.
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