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  • Best of France Summer 6-Pack & 12-Pack
  • Best of France Summer 6-Pack & 12-Pack

Best of France Summer 6-Pack & 12-Pack

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It's never too early to get your cellar ready for summer.  If you're looking to round out your go-to bottles for the warmer months, here's your chance.  One of each  our favorite bottles : 2 blancs, 1 Champagne, and 3 rouges that are perfect for pairing with summer fare and the first days of backyard imbibing.
  • B. Machard de Gramont Bourgogne Aligoté 2014 $27:
    The “other” white grape of Burgundy, this Bourgogne Aligoté comes from the highest elevation vineyard in the Cote d’Or.  This wine is a well-rounded; a fresh and mineral white with a mouthwatering citrus nose.  Equally delicious as an apéritif or as a pairing with white fish dishes like bass or cod.
  • Chateau Yvonne Saumur Blanc 2014 $45:
    This 100% Chenin Blanc drinks like a cross between great Meursault and dry Vouvray. Rich stone fruit and citrus are tensioned by minerality and a backbone of acidity.  Enjoy it with spicy shrimp kebabs, lobster, or light poultry dishes.
  • Champagne Piollot ‘Champs Rayes’ 2011 $50:
    Champs Rayes literally translates to “striped field,” which refers to the vineyard’s striped soil with two different colors of marl and clay-limestone terroirs. Crisp (zero dosage) 100% Chardonnay with excellent minerality and complexity (aged 4 years on lees!).  Pop open a bottle to enjoy among friends or try it with oysters.
  • Lulu Vigneron Poulsard 2014 $28:
    This light red hails from the Jura and is easy drinking on its own, but also excellent accompanied by cheese and charcuterie, or with lighter meats like grilled pork chops.  It’s endlessly gulpable with tart strawberry and rhubarb fruits and subtle earthy notes.  Due to its light color in nature, vigneron “Lulu” Bindernagel of Chais du Vieux Bourg named this cuvée “This isn’t rosé, this is Poulsard.”  A summer rosé or rouge?  You decide.  Try serving it with a slight chill.
  • Agnes Paquet Bourgogne Rouge 2014 $35: 
    This ‘simple’ Bourgogne rouge is unique in that it comes from a single parcel in Meloisey, just west of Beaune. Aged 10 months in tank with no oak, Agnès' wanted to make a red that was "juicy, a gourmand wine to open right away.” It's light and bright the glass with mouthwatering black cherry fruits in the mouth.  Pair with grilled veggies like eggplant and zucchini, barbecued chicken, or grilled salmon.
  • Domaine des Deux Cles Corbières Rouge 2015 $25:
    This blend of 50% Grenache, 25% Grenache Noir, and 25% Syrah delivers unmistakably southern fruit (think darker red berries and fruits like plum and cassis) yet maintains surprising elegance and levity on the palate.  This is the quintessential barbeque wine and begs to be served with grilled sausage, red meats, or hearty roasts.

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