France

Alsace

Domaine Dirler-Cadé

It was in 1871 that Jean Dirler settled in the tiny village of Bergholtz and founded Vins Dirler. Bergholtz and its 1,000 inhabitants are tucked up in the lower hills of the Vosges Mountains, 25km south of the city of Colmar in the Upper Rhine department of southern Alsace. Today the Domaine is run by the latest Jean Dirler, who represents the 5th generation, and his wife Ludivine.

Pinot Noir / Pinot Gris / Auxerrois • 2013
Cremant d'Alsace Extra Brut Nature
Riesling • 2014
Riesling
Riesling • 2014
Riesling Belzbrunnen

Rolly Gassmann

Marie-Therese and Louis Rolly Gassmann create wines that are legendary throughout France and Europe. It is located to Rorschwihr, a sleepy village on the northern rim of Haut-Rhin. Rolly-Gassmann wines hail from renown Lieux-dits such as Silberberg, Muenchreben and Plaenzerreben. In 1997 they added a biodynamic philosophy to their traditional ongoing approach of minimal interference with the vines, rigorous selection of grapes, and the most careful handling of both harvest and vinification

Sylvaner • 2017
Weingarten de Rorschwihr
Pinot Blanc • 2017
Pinot Blanc
Pinot Noir • 2015
Pinot Noir
Riesling • 2013
Riesling
Riesling • 2009
Silberberg
Riesling • 2011
Cuvee Yves

Beaujolais

Château Gaillard

Château Gaillard is a family owned estate of 12 hectares located in Ville-Morgon. The winery dates back from 1897. Château Gaillard offers a range of Crus of Beaujolais from Morgon, Fleurie, Moulin a Vent, as well as Beaujolais Village.
The know-how has been passed on for 5 generations and Sebastien Gutty is now running the family winery. Sebastian is dedicated to sustainable farming- grapes are harvested by hand and careful selection is done in the vineyards.

Gamay • 2018
Beaujolais Villages

Morgon

Anthony Thévenet

Anthony Thévenet works and lives among his vines and animals. His life is defined by his quest to preserve the history of the region through a steadfast devotion to his vines. The vineyards are all farmed organically with very little mechanization and no pesticides. All grapes are harvested by hand and sorting is done directly in the vineyard.

Gamay • 2018
Morgon
Gamay • 2018
Cuvée Julia Morgon Côtes du Py

Château Gaillard

Château Gaillard is a family owned estate of 12 hectares located in Ville-Morgon. The winery dates back from 1897. Château Gaillard offers a range of Crus of Beaujolais from Morgon, Fleurie, Moulin a Vent, as well as Beaujolais Village.
The know-how has been passed on for 5 generations and Sebastien Gutty is now running the family winery. Sebastian is dedicated to sustainable farming- grapes are harvested by hand and careful selection is done in the vineyards.

Gamay • 2017
Morgon

Bergerac

Château Montravel

Merlot • 2015
Château M
Semillon • 2014
Château M

Burgundy

Albert Ponnelle

Pierre-Lazare Ponnelle founded his winery and vineyards in 1870. He developed his business successfully while conducting a number of research projects looking at wine-making processes and understanding fermentation. This led him to collaborate with Louis Pasteur, who at the time lived in Dôle, near Beaune, the wine capital of Burgundy. Today, his great-great-grandson Louis manages the Maison... the fifth generation to work the vineyards and cellars.

Pinot Noir • 2017
Les Tilleuls

Chablis

Daniel Dampt et Fils

From a long lineage of vintners, Vincent Dampt continues the family tradition of excellence at Domaine Daniel Dampt et Fils, which was established by his father. Mindful of the generations that came before him, Vincent has changed little, sticking with the simple but effective recipe of growing top quality fruit and allowing the individual terroir of each appellation to shine through, as did his father, Daniel Dampt and grandfather, Jean Defaix, before him.

Chardonnay • 2015
Chablis

Domaine de l'Enclos

The winery and cellar, inspired by traditional vinification but with advanced modern energy conservation principles, were completed in 2017 and sit next to the original Chateau on the property. Gravity drives the process in the two-tier cellar and temperature is controlled by a thermal heat pump and highly-efficient concrete insulation. There will never be any chaptilization and primary and malolactic fermentations are driven by ambient yeasts and bacteria.

Chardonnay • 2016
Chablis

Chorey-les-Beaune

Domaine Arnoux

The Domaine Arnoux estate is comprised of 20ha of vineyards in the villages of Beaune, Chorey, Savigny, Pernand-Vergelesse, Aloxe-Corton and Corton Grand Cru, producing approximately 8,000 cases a year. Committed to the land and vines, Pascal tirelessly works the soil multiple times a year. Each fall, winter and spring, tilling is performed for aeration and in May, the base of each vine is hoed by hand to remove the superficial roots.

Pinot Noir • 2013
Chorey-les-Beaune Les Beaumonts

Gevrey-Chambertin

Albert Ponnelle

Pierre-Lazare Ponnelle founded his winery and vineyards in 1870. He developed his business successfully while conducting a number of research projects looking at wine-making processes and understanding fermentation. This led him to collaborate with Louis Pasteur, who at the time lived in Dôle, near Beaune, the wine capital of Burgundy. Today, his great-great-grandson Louis manages the Maison... the fifth generation to work the vineyards and cellars.

Pinot Noir • 2015
Les Cabottes Gevrey-Chambertin

Mâconnais

Fichet Bourgogne

Olivier Fichet stands alone in the town of Ige. He is one of only three producers in the village, as the others include the town's cooperative and a single winemaker that simply bottles for local consumption.
Established in 1976, Domaine Fichet started when Francis Fichet (Olivier's father) withdrew from the town co-op and began to make wines from his estate vineyards. Their vineyards, including a lieu dit "Chateau London", are some of the oldest and most reputable terroirs in the Maconnais.

Pinot Noir • 2017
Tradition

Cahors

​Clos D'Audhuy

Clos D'Audhuy is located in the west part of the AOC Cahors, in the village of Lacapelle-Cabanac. Today the estate counts 6 hectares under the direction of Benoit Aymard, third generation winemaker. Benoit only uses organic practices in the vineyard and has now started the process to get the biodynamic certification. Benoit Aymard is part of the new generation of winemakers in Cahors who put their focus on terroir.

Malbec • 2015
​Clos D'Audhuy
Malbec • 2018
Les Polissons

Champagne

Alexandre Penet

The Maison Penet is a family owned Champagne grower. A Champagne grower owns and maintains its vineyards, vinifies and releases its Champagnes under its own brand label.
Alexandre Penet heads the family estate and is the 5th generation. The property covers 6 hectares of vines located across the ‘Montagne de Reims’ in the villages of Verzy and Verzenay, the area is particularly known for its Pinot Noirs and exceptional Grands Crus.

Pinot Noir / Chardonnay / Pinot Meunier • NV
Extra Brut

Clouet

Pinot Noir / Chardonnay • NV
Brut Grand Cru
Pinot Noir / Chardonnay • NV
Brut Grand Cru (375ml)
Pinot Noir / Chardonnay • NV
Brut Rose

Corsica

Domaine Gentile

Domaine Gentile was founded by Viviane and Dominique Gentile in 1968. Today, Gentile is led by second generation winemaker, Jean-Paul Gentile. Their 30 hectares of vineyards sit upon the clay-limestone soils within the Patrimonio and Corsican Cape's Muscat wine AOPs centered in the Gulf de Saint Florent region of northern Corsica. Gentile produces wines based on Niellucciu, Malvoisie and Muscat.

Vermentino • 2016
Blanc Patrimonio Corsica
Nielluciu • 2016
Rosé Patrimonio Corsica

Jura

Domaine Rolet

Domaine Rolet was founded in the 1940’s and has remained family run ever since. With 58 hectares of vines in Arbois, Cote du Jura and L’Etoile, they are the second largest wine growing estate in Jura. Despite their size (though they are still relatively small when compared with larger wine regions), Domaine Rolet is highly regarded for its attention to detail, and unrelenting pursuit of quality. Sustainable viticulture, deliberately low yields, manual harvest.

Chardonnay / Savagnin / Poulsard / Pinot Noir • NV
Cremant du Jura Blanc
Trousseau / Poulsard / Savagnin • NV
Cremant du Jura Rosé

Arbois

Domaine Rolet

Domaine Rolet was founded in the 1940’s and has remained family run ever since. With 58 hectares of vines in Arbois, Cote du Jura and L’Etoile, they are the second largest wine growing estate in Jura. Despite their size (though they are still relatively small when compared with larger wine regions), Domaine Rolet is highly regarded for its attention to detail, and unrelenting pursuit of quality. Sustainable viticulture, deliberately low yields, manual harvest.

Poulsard • 2016
Vieilles Vignes Arbois

Languedoc Roussillon

Julien Peyras

Carignan / Grenache / Syrah • 2016
Lo Tarral

La Sorga

Rebel vigneron of the South! Antony Tortul and his gang started in 2008 as negociants, selecting old organic vines that had never come into contact with tractors or chemistry. Today they make small quanities of a stunning range of single vineyard wines, no two parcels are ever blended, purity must prevail. Old varieties Aramon, Terret Bourret, Aubun amongst more famous Languedoc varieties are vinified to produce a dazzling array of wines.. sometimes up to 35 different cuvées a year!

Syrah / Grenache / Alicante Bouschet • 2016
Espirit Attila

Les Enfants Sauvages

Why Les Enfants Sauvages? Simply put, as a tribute to Jim Morrison and The Doors. The duo behind the wines drew inspiration from The Doors’ song “Wild Child”—about finding salvation in the wild state of nature—and they took the French translation for their name. Nikolaus and Carolin Bantlin originally came from Germany but fell in love with the south of France, rock climbing and biking on holidays. They discovered a large sheep pasture in Fitou,

Cinsault / Syrah • 2017
Che Chauvio Côtes Catalanes Rouge

Corbieres

Chateau Vieux Moulin

Chateau Vieux Moulin is a 100% certified organic domaine. The vineyards are located in Montbrun des Corbieres, in a hot, dry terroir. The domaine is more than two centuries old and is now run by Alexandre and Laurence. Alexandre and his wife believe in growing their vineyards under the best environmental practices, preserving high level of biodiversity and preserving natural resources.

Grenache / Carignan / Syrah / Mourvèdre • 2018
Chateau Vieux Moulin

Loire

Coteaux de Layon

Petit Métris

Founded in 1742 by Francois Renou, the Domaine today is owned and managed by his great-great-great-grandsons Herve and Pascal. Their vines lie just outside the village of Saint-Aubin de Luigne, in the heart of the Coteaux du Layon. The Renou family practices sustainable agriculture with minimal intervention in vineyard or cellar.

Chenin Blanc • 2015
Coteaux de Layon 1er Cru Chaume

Loire Valley

Brendan Tracey

Pinot Noir / Cabernet Franc • 2015
Capitalism Rouge

Henry Varnay

Located in Saumur on the Loire River, Henry Varnay sits between the cities of Angers and Tours. Aged in the famous ready-made wine cellars of Tuffeau, Varnay’s sparklings are made Methode Champenoise and represent great value for Loire sparkling. All grapes are grown sustainably. While most sparkling blanc wines from Saumur are made with Chenin Blanc and Chardonnay, the Blanc de Blanc Henry Varnay label is a sparkling wine made from 100% Ugni Blanc.

Ugni Blanc • NV
Blanc de Blancs Brut
Gamay / Cabernet Franc / Grenache / Pinot d’Aunis / Syrah • NV
Rosé Sec

Anjou-Saumur

Bergerie

Chenin Blanc • 2018
Anjou Blanc Sous la Tonnelle
Cabernet Franc • 2017
Anjou Rouge La Cerisaie
Chenin Blanc • NV
Cremant de Loire
Chenin Blanc • 2013
Savennieres la Croix Picot

Cote Roannaise

Domaine des Pothiers

Gamay • 2014
Cote Roannaise Rouge

Fiefs Vendéens

J. Mourat

Vignobles Mourat was created in 1974. The 67 ha of vineyards, on the hillsides of the Loire Valley, are 20 kms from the Atlantic ocean, between Nantes and la Rochelle. The J. Mourat estate is located to the south of the Loire valley close to the Atlantic Ocean. Here, a maritime climate prevails, resulting in a cool and often rainy growing season.The Mourat family is passionate about the special qualities that are to be found in the wines of this most southerly of Loire appellations.

Chenin Blanc • 2018
Blanc
Pinot Noir / Gamay / Cabernet Franc • 2018
Rosé
Pinot Noir / Négrette / Cabernet Franc / Cabernet Sauvignon • 2018
Red Wine
Chenin Blanc • 2018
Chenin de Jardin
Pinot Noir • 2018
Rouquin de Jardin

Muscadet

Betes Curieuses

Melon de Bourgogne • 2010
Chateau Thebaud
Melon de Bourgogne • 2014
Gorges
Melon de Bourgogne • 2014
Clisson

Coing

Chardonnay • 2017
Aurore Val de Loire
Melon de Bourgogne • 2007
Muscadet Comte de St. Hubert
Melon de Bourgogne • 2017
Muscadet Sevre-et-Maine Sur Lie

Nicolas Reau

Nicolas Réau is a natural wine producer in the Anjou sub-region of the Loire. Réau has been a seminal figure in the French natural wine movement since the early aughts and a regular participant in La Dive Bouteille. Réau is guided by the principles of Biodynamic farming in his management of 7 hectares of Cabernet Franc and Chenin Blanc vines and is a non-interventionist in the cellar.

Melon de Bourgogne • 2018
Pulpe Fiction Muscadet Sevre-et-Maine

Sancerre

Serge Laloue

Dating back to 1930, the Laloue family is unconditionally recognized around the world as one of the best Sancerre producers. The estate’s 21 hectares are spread over all three of Sancerre's terroirs: Terre blanche, Caillotes, and Silex. The estate’s vines are planted to 75% Sauvignon Blanc and 25% Pinot Noir. Stony and limestone based, Caillottes are located mid-slope, where they encourage early ripening of fruit.

Sauvignon Blanc • 2018
Sancerre
Sauvignon Blanc • 2018
Sancerre 375ml
Sauvignon Blanc • 2018
Sancerre Cuvee Reserve Silex

Saumur-Champigny

Bruno Dubois

Cabernet Franc • 2018
Rococo

Savennieres

Domaine aux Moines

The vineyards are all south and southwest facing hillsides, and the entire property is located one of the two famed sub-appellation of Savennieres- "Roche Aux Moines". This is one of two vineyards that is given its own designation- just for the vineyard- due to its exceptional quality. Roche aux Moines AOP.
The estate has always taken a natural approach in their vineyard work and cellar practices. They practice organic and minimal intervention in the winery.

Chenin Blanc • 2016
Savennieres La Roche aux Moines

Vouvray

Vincent Raimbault

The Domaine de la Robinière is located in the heart of the Vouvray appellation, near the prestigious Loire châteaux. Their 16 ha of vineyard extends over hillsides and benefits from the microclimates of the Valleys of the Loire and the Brenne (tributary of the Loire). The soils are meager flint over white chalk, limestone, and the old goblet vines (planted 1955) are sustainably grown and worked by hand.

Chenin Blanc • 2017
Vouvray Sec

Minervois

Domaine des Homs

In the heart of the renowned Minervois wine producing terroir, the Domaine des Homs occupies the site of a roman farm where vines and olive trees were cultivated. The name derives from old elm trees which have now disappeared. The 20 hectare domaine has been owned by the de Crozals family for three generations, a well established family of Languedoc wine producers.

Chardonnay • 2018
Chardonnay
Grenache / Syrah • 2016
Clots de Pals

coteaux de Peyriac

Domaine des Homs

In the heart of the renowned Minervois wine producing terroir, the Domaine des Homs occupies the site of a roman farm where vines and olive trees were cultivated. The name derives from old elm trees which have now disappeared. The 20 hectare domaine has been owned by the de Crozals family for three generations, a well established family of Languedoc wine producers.

Cinsault • 2018
L'Amandier coteaux de Peyriac

Northern Rhone

Cornas

Barret Cornas

Syrah • 2016
Brise Cailloux Cornas

Crozes Hermitage

J.Denuzière

The small family owned ‘Vins Paret’ company was founded in 1876 in Condrieu. Joanny Paret’s business delivered Condrieu wines within a 25km radius around the village on horses and his largest customer was the church. The wine was used for mass. Today, the Domaine's own vineyards are sustainably-farmed as Denuziere moves its production further towards environmentally sound practices, and produces critically-acclaimed and compelling Northern Rhone wines.

Syrah • 2016
Crozes-Hermitage

Saint Joseph

J.Denuzière

The small family owned ‘Vins Paret’ company was founded in 1876 in Condrieu. Joanny Paret’s business delivered Condrieu wines within a 25km radius around the village on horses and his largest customer was the church. The wine was used for mass. Today, the Domaine's own vineyards are sustainably-farmed as Denuziere moves its production further towards environmentally sound practices, and produces critically-acclaimed and compelling Northern Rhone wines.

Syrah • 2016
Saint Joseph

Pays d'Oc

Cinquante-Cinq

Aptly named, the first Sauvignon Blanc bottling was sourced from a parcel of fifty-five rows of vines. Step by step, the brand grew as more quality producers were discovered in the area that shared values and vision. Today, eleven families sustainably farm their vines to produce the fruit for Cinquante-Cinq: Sauvignon Blanc, Viognier and Chardonnay. With a unique microclimate that's known for its coastal Mediterranean influence, its optimal exposure to the sun.

Viognier • 2018
Chardonnay
Sauvignon Blanc • 2018
Sauvignon Blanc
Viognier • 2018
Viogner

Provence

Pigoudet

Chateau Pigoudet is located in the mountains of Provence, in the extreme NE quadrant of Coteaux d'Aix en Provence. Here, Pigoudet's 40ha of vineyards sit at 400 meters with full southern exposure, their fruit treated to the strong Mistral winds that blow from the north by Mont Vautubiere.

Grenache / Cabernet Sauvignon / Syrah / Cinsault • 2018
Premiere Côteaux d'Aix en Provence

Bandol

Domaine la Suffrene

Domaine Suffrene is located in perhaps the most prestigious rose wine producing region of the world in Bandol, France (Provence). The estate’s altitude and proximity to the sea provide humidity and cool summer nights, accentuating fruit ripeness as well as acidity. The soils here are littered with shells, planted to olive trees, wild flowers and wild rosemary, and range from calcareous sandstone at the top of the hill to soils of stoney calcareous clay just below.

Mourvèdre / Cinsault / Grenache / Carignan • 2018
Bandol Rosé
Mourvèdre / Cinsault / Grenache / Carignan • 2015
Bandol Rouge

Sainte-Victoire

Château Coussin

Chateau Coussin is one of the largest 100% family owned and run vineyards in France- and they dedicate all of their energy to making exceptional rosé with a strong emphasis on terroir. The Sumeire family have been wine merchants and growers for five generations, and they have honed the talent of making exceptional rosé winemaking look easy.

Grenache / Cinsault • 2018
Le Rose de S. Mediterranee

Rhone Valley

Franck Balthazar

Sample Text

Syrah / Grenache / Mourvedre / Cinsault / Carignan • 2015
Red

Savoie

Blanc et Fils

Willy Blanc is a true bon vivant. Ever congenial and hospitable, he is the proprietor of one of the best wine shops in Savoie, which he uses as a forum to advocate for the region’s top growers. He also tends 5 hectares of vines in the Savoie cru of Aprémont, situated below the impressive north face of Mont Granier. Here he works by hand to carefully cultivate the region’s traditional grape varieties, with a special focus on the white grape Jacquére.

Jacquère • 2018
Apremont
Gamay • 2018
Gamay Rose
Jacquère • NV
Altadia Cremant de Savoie

Quenard

The surname Quénard is synonymous with the renown hamlet of Chignin. The signpost at the entrance of town indicates the breadth of this pedigree, with arrows pointing in all directions to various “Quénard” cellars. Pascal Quénard and his wife, Annick, live and work on the north side of the village where the rocky vineyards turn seriously steep, ultimately transitioning into the limestone cliffs at the base of the Massif de Bauges. All vines are tended organically with biodynamic practices

Jacquère • 2016
Chignin
Jacquère • 2016
1903

Jongieux

Cave du Prieure

The Barlet Family has cultivated the limestone scree-filled slopes of Jongieux for 5 generations. Brothers Pascal, Noël and Julien now manage the estate under the oversight of their father, vigneron emeritus, Raymond. Over time, the family has acquired 27 hectares across the crus of Jongieux and Marestel. These villages are situated in an isolated, hanging valley north of Chambéry, one ridge over from the glacially carved Lac de Bourget. The elevation is nearly 400 meters above sea level.

Jacquère • 2016
Jacquère
Mondeuse • 2016
Mondeuse
Altesse • 2016
Marestel
Altesse • 2016
Roussette de Savoie

Southern Rhone

Domaine de la Graveirette

Julien Mas is based in and around the Provence village of Bédarrides, between Orange and Avignon in the department of the Vaucluse, with Mont Ventoux to the east and the hills of Châteauneuf du Pape just to the west.
Working organically since 2012 and biodynamically since 2015, Julien shows great care in the cultivation of his grapes and the winemaking process, harvesting by hand, not employing additives, use native yeasts for ferments, using minimal sulfur at bottling.

Grenache / Marselan / Mourvedre / Merlot • 2017
Ju De Vie Vin de France
Clairette / Grenache blanc / Roussanne • 2014
Présage

Beaumes de Venise

Château la Croix des Pins

Grenache / Syrah • 2016
Les Contreforts de Montmirail Beaumes de Venise

Châteauneuf-du-Pape

St Patrice

Domaine Saint Patrice has at its origins the Clos Saint Patrice, one of the very few monopole clos in Chateauneuf. Considered one of the finest vineyards on the plateau, the Clos is planted in ancient Grenache and Mourvedre vines, growing in the distinctive silica cobbles that define Chateauneuf.The wines are produced organically with deep respect for the terroir, vines are propagated via selection massale. Superb examples of the winemaker’s art in a clean, pure and elegant style.

Grenache / Mourvèdre / Syrah • 2015
Châteauneuf-du-Pape

Côtes du Rhône

Clovis

Grenache / Syrach / Carignan / Cinsault • 2016
Côtes du Rhône
Syrah / Caladoc / Merlot / Alicante • 2016
Vin de France

Côtes-du-Rhône

St Patrice

Domaine Saint Patrice has at its origins the Clos Saint Patrice, one of the very few monopole clos in Chateauneuf. Considered one of the finest vineyards on the plateau, the Clos is planted in ancient Grenache and Mourvedre vines, growing in the distinctive silica cobbles that define Chateauneuf.The wines are produced organically with deep respect for the terroir, vines are propagated via selection massale. Superb examples of the winemaker’s art in a clean, pure and elegant style.

Grenache / Mourvèdre / Syrah • 2015
Côtes-du-Rhône

Gigondas

Château la Croix des Pins

Grenache / Syrah / Mourvèdre • 2015
Parpaillon Gigondas

Ventoux

Anne Pichon

Syrah / Grenache • 2017
Sauvage Syrah/Grenache AOP Ventoux
Vermentino • 2017
Sauvage Vermentino VdP Vaucluse IGP
Grenache • 2018
Sauvage Grenache Noir Vat No. 12 Vieilles Vignes

Thomas Julien

Thomas Julien was raised at the bottom of Mont Ventoux in Southern Rhône and now lives in the village of Suzette, at the border of Beaume de Venise and the Ventoux AOP. He is now the third generation to make wine in the hills of Ventoux. Julien focuses toward no intervention wines that are clean and express his regional footprint. He farms 5ha by hand and let’s the fruit quality lead the way in the winemaking. Spontaneous ferments, low to no sulfur.

Grenache / Syrah • 2017
Sur le Fil

Southwest

Côtes de Gascogne

Fleur Belle Vigne

Grown in the southwest corner of France on rough, rocky soils. Heat baked from the sun but cooled by ocean breezes. The resultant wine is reminiscent of grapefruit and orange blossom.

Ugni Blanc / Colombard • 2018
Côtes de Gascogne Blanc

Jurançon

Coustarret

Coustarret is located in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques department of south-western France. The appellation of Jurançon is located on the slopes of the foothills of the Pyrenees, at an altitude of 400m and up. Domaine Coustarret’s vineyards have been passed on over seven generations. The estate dated back to the 1600s. The estate comprises only 5 hectar of vines, and Sebastien Coustarret the current generation winemaker.

Petit Manseng, Courbu, Camaralet • 2017
Jurançon Sec