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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 with 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." -- from the importer
$70.00

2015 Montlouis "Choisilles" Francois Chidaine

from the importer: "Les Choisilles is a cuvée, usually blended from old vines in the vineyards of Les Epinais, La Taille aux Loups and Clos au Renard. It’s named after a type of black flint called (you guessed it) choisille. Les Choisilles is a concentrated, focused dry wine that often needs several years to develop."
$46.00

2016 Sancerre '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

2017 Montlouis "Choisilles" Francois Chidaine

from the importer: "Les Choisilles is a cuvée, usually blended from old vines in the vineyards of Les Epinais, La Taille aux Loups and Clos au Renard. It’s named after a type of black flint called (you guessed it) choisille. Les Choisilles is a concentrated, focused dry wine that often needs several years to develop."
$52.00

2018 VdF [Sancerre] Rose 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.
$50.00

2014 Saumur-Champigny "Franc de Pied" Roches Neuves

Germain took the risky approach of planting a small portion of his vineyard with own-rootstock vines, known in French as "franc de pied". These non-grafted Cabernet Franc vines were planted in sandy soil, which naturally resists the development of phylloxera, with a planting density of 10,000 vines/hectare and are pruned in gobelet en echalas (on stakes as in the ancient vineyards of Mt Etna). The soil is worked with a horse because at this density it is impossible to use mechanized equipment.Annual production 80 cases
$67.00
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