Domaine de Terrebrune
France | Provence | Bandol The only thing better than a young Terrebrune Bandol that is accessible immediately and can be served cool in the summertime is a Terrebrune with almost 15 years of age on it.
France | Languedoc-Roussillon | Pic Saint-Loup A quick chill will bring out bright minerality in this charming, aromatic rouge. One of my favorite weeknight wines to match with whatever’s on the grill.
André & Michel Quenard
France | Savoie and Bugey | Vin de Savoie It has often been likened to a cross between Pinot Noir and Syrah: bright, elegant, and floral, with suggestions of wild fruit, blood, and minerals.
Catherine & Pierre Breton
France | Loire | Bourgueil There isn’t a spot in the world better suited for Cabernet Franc, and their old vines produce the raw material for one of the best reds in the Loire valley.
Italy | Piedmont | Barolo Inspired by the terroir and wine making style of Burgundy, Giulia Negri brought those practices to her vineyards in Piedmont and the result is an elegant and ready to drink Barolo from our youngest producer!
Château de Bellevue
France | Bordeaux | Lussac Saint Émilion Akin to reading a leatherbound literary classic or cozying up in your grandpa’s cashmere sweater, it’s luxurious (shockingly so, at this price) yet an incredibly down-to-earth bottle of wine.
France | Alsace Ostertag’s Fronholz delivers deeply refreshing, pulpous cherry fruit, woodsy nuances that scream autumn, and velvety-smooth tannins that give the finest reds from anywhere a run for their money.