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2013 Val de Loire Grolleau Leflaive-Clau de Nell

The late Anne-Claude Leflaive, owner and manager of the legendary Domaine Leflaive and a champion of Biodynamic agriculture in Burgundy, and her husband Christian Jacques bought Domaine Clau du Nell when that property was foundering, and installed Biodynamic winemaker Sylvain Potin as manager.
$60.00

2014 Saumur-Champigny Clos de L'Echelier Roches Neuves

Thierry’s latest acquisition, the Clos de L'Echelier is a 2 ha Clos on which Thierry had his eyes set since he arrived in Saumur. He finally bought it in 2011. L'Echelier is a limestone rich vineyard that produces wonderful red wines and a small amount of distinctive whites. There is just 10 cm of top soil, a bit of sand and clay, then Turonian limestone; there is practically no soil to be seen, just rock.Olivier Poussier, the world’s top sommelier, called this cuvée the Chambolle- Musigny of the Loire. Only 1 gr of sulfites added at bottling
$70.00

2016 Anjou Blanc "A Francois(e)" Thibaud Boudignon

Thibaud Boudignon has been producing rich, mineral-driven wines in Savennieres since 2008 but only recently began making wines under his own name. He has been the maître de chai for Château Soucherie since 2008, leading the estate to 100% organic viticulture. It is his love of expressive Chenin Blanc that led him to renovate a small cellar on the outskirts of Savennieres to make his own wines, working around 3.5 ha of vines on shallow soils of grey schist, volcanic soil and sand. He has been crafting wines with intense focus, shimmering acidity, rich texture and purity of fruit .
$75.00

2016 Anjou Blanc Thibaud Boudignon

Thibaud Boudignon farms small parcels of Chenin Blanc and Cabernet Franc with his hands, heart and inspiration. As part of a new generation of Loire vignerons, Thibaud has committed himself to crafting honest wines that embody the spirit of the region.He has approximately 2 hectares of 40-year-old vines that are planted on shallow soils of grey schist, volcanic soil and sand. Vines are treated organically and harvested by hand. Native yeasts are used for fermentation, vinification takes place in barrel with no malolactic fermentation, an elevage of 8-10 months in French and Austrian oak
$52.00

2016 Sancerre Le Paradis Vacheron

The Vacheron family has been part of Sancerre since the turn of the century, now Jean-Dominique and Jean-Laurent Vacheron, cousins, are leading the domaine to unprecedented winemaking heights.
$90.00

2016 Sancerre Vacheron Magnum

The Vacheron family has been part of Sancerre since the turn of the century, now Jean-Dominique and Jean-Laurent Vacheron, cousins, are leading the domaine to unprecedented winemaking heights.
$90.00

2016 Savennieres "Clos de la Hutte" Thibaud Boudignon

Thibaud Boudignon has been producing rich, mineral-driven wines in Savennieres since 2008 but only recently began making wines under his own name. He has been the maître de chai for Château Soucherie since 2008, leading the estate to 100% organic viticulture. It is his love of expressive Chenin Blanc that led him to renovate a small cellar on the outskirts of Savennieres to make his own wines, working around 3.5 ha of vines on shallow soils of grey schist, volcanic soil and sand. He has been crafting wines with intense focus, shimmering acidity, rich texture and purity of fruit .
$120.00

2017 Pouilly Fume "Vieilles Vignes" Regis Minet

Pouilly-sur-Loire produces one of the greatest Sauvignon Blancs in the world. Regis’ vineyards sit at 750 feet, surrounded by hills on the far east of the Loire River, and centered on the limestone and clay of the Kimmeridgian chain. The scattered flint in these vineyards imbues the wines with a character quite distinctive from the neighboring village of Sancerre. This wine is clean, fresh, flinty and a true expression of Sauvignon Blanc with mouth-watering acidity, depth of flavor, and fleshy texture.
$34.00
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