Italy | Puglia | Valle d’Itria IGP Verdeca, a specialty around the town of Locorotondo, stars in this bottling that drinks like a southern Prosecco: light, crisp, and citrusy, with a playful bead.
Italy | Puglia | Valle d’Itria IGP Minutolo preserves lip-smacking acidity and low alcohol despite the baking-hot Puglian summers, flaunting a gorgeous perfume of blossoming flowers, lemon verbena, and wild sage.
Italy | Sicily | Sicilia Noto A unique interpretation of chalky soils, wild Mediterranean herbs, coastal sea breeze, and Sicilian sunshine. Delicate, stimulating, and completely dry—it’s a ravishing aperitivo, but works with anything from the ocean.
Italy | Emilia-Romagna | Pignoletto dell’Emilia It’s tart and juicy like a fresh mandarin, with invigorating acidity ideally suited to cut through the region’s signature Parmigiano-Reggiano and prosciutto di Parma.
France | Beaujolais | Morgon This Morgon comes largely from a parcel of 80-year-old vines lies in the lieu-dit Charmes, a higher-altitude site prone to giving lively, elegant, and mineral reds.
France | Languedoc-Roussillon | Languedoc A blend of Grenache Blanc, Ugni Blanc, Clairette, and Vermentino planted in the lieu-dit of Aupilhac, the little corner of the Larzac behind Sylvain’s winery.
Clos Sainte Magdeleine
France | Provence | I.G.P. Bouches-du-Rhône The wine is vinified and aged in sandstone amphorae, providing a delicate harmony while conserving the wine’s expression of dry, stony terroir.
M. & C. Lapierre
France | Beaujolais | Beaujolais A brand new wine in the Lapierre lineup, “Le Beaujolais” is silky, perfumed, and incredibly fresh, exhibiting the pleasure factor we expect from every bottle to come out of the Lapierre cellars.
Domaine de Terrebrune
France | Provence | Bandol While a cool glass of Terrebrune’s peach-scented Bandol rosé is the bee’s knees on a summer afternoon, it’s also the perfect complement to your Thanksgiving feast.
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