André & Michel Quenard
France | Savoie and Bugey | Savoie Chignin With notes of mixed black and red fruit and a spine of minerality, Quenard’s Gamay is crunchier, more aromatic, and more succulent than most bottles you’d find in Beaujolais.
Italy | Liguria | Riviera Ligure di Ponente All the care, attentiveness, and backbreaking labor required to farm this site result in one of the most joyful and lighthearted reds you will encounter.
Château La Roque
France | Languedoc-Roussillon | Pic Saint Loup There is something timeless to La Roque’s Pic Saint Loup, its herbal bouquet and rich, fleshy texture, all free from any hint of modern trappings.
France | Languedoc-Roussillon | Vin de Pays d'Oc For the southern red wine fanatic, lover of Bandol and other meaty reds, this wine is a steal. A blend of rustic and peppery grapes like Cab Franc, Carignan, and Syrah, it’s spicy, plummy, and so delicious. A cult favorite of those in the know.
Château La Roque
France | Languedoc-Roussillon | Languedoc Pic Saint Loup This chewy red offers aromas of ripe black cherry and wild brush that beg for something hearty, grilled, and smothered with garlic and herbs.
France | Loire | Chinon The perfect combination of tart red fruit, herbaceousness, and graphite earthiness. Try it with this recipe for Grilled Palliards of Beef with Anchovies and Shallots.
France | Loire | Chinon This cuvée comes from their highest vineyard, which rests on a plateau of gravel, sand, and limestone, and it is arguably their best entry point into the charm of Loire Valley Cabernet Franc, lithe and less dense than the bottlings from their clay-and-limestone terroirs.
Domaine de la Chanteleuserie
France | Loire | Bourgueil Smooth and seductive on the palate, Cuvée Beauvais offers a resurgence of silky fruit and florals—like blackberries and roses, without the thorns.
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