André & Michel Quenard
France | Savoie and Bugey | Vin de Savoie This medium-bodied white evokes peaches, honey, and pine resin. Perfect for winter nights and dishes like hearty, Savoie-inspired fish chowder.
André & Michel Quenard
France | Savoie and Bugey | Savoie Chignin-Bergeron Looking for the opulence of a southern white wine? Travel no further than Chignin. This Roussanne will exceed your wildest expectations.
France | Beaujolais | Régnié Savor it while you can, because your glass will be empty before you know it, leaving you only with the spicy, mineral-laden aftertaste of a bottle that went down way too easily.
Francine & Olivier Savary
France | Burgundy | Chablis This cuvée “gives another style of Chablis, conveying a more saline, iodized minerality that recalls the Chablisien geology and its little oyster shells
France | Languedoc-Roussillon | Languedoc Montpeyroux The appellation of Montpeyroux does not have any official grands crus, but Domaine d’Aupilhac’s Les Cocalières is certainly worthy of such distinction.
France | Burgundy | Côte de Nuits-Villages Blind taste this wine and you'll imagine you’re drinking a much fancier 1er or Grand Cru red Burgundy. Gachot-Monot is my go-to when I want to impress my palate without splurging.
Catherine & Pierre Breton
France | Loire | Bourgueil A great option when you need to stop your “natty wine” friends in their un-sulfinated tracks. A seriously playful Cab Franc from the masters of vinous fun.
La Marca di San Michele
Italy | Le Marche | Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Verdicchio is typically a light, crisp quaffer, but the Passolento has the layered textures that white Burgundy lovers chase after.
France | Languedoc-Roussillon | Saint-Chinian I recommend the wines of Isabelle and Mathieu Champart on any occasion I get because they are under-the-radar gems: full of character, texture, and aroma.
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