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2008 Chignin-Bergeron Roussanne Gilles Berlioz

"Domaine Gilles Berlioz is located in Savoie, near the charming village of Chignin. He converted to biodynamics and since then "The soil is more fertile, the roots have penetrated much more deeply and the vines have become stronger and more resistant. The end result of all this is found in the wines I produce!” Bergeron is the local name for the Roussanne grape variety of the Rhone Valley. Rich and complex with aromas of white flowers and peach, a fresh and silky palate and a finish evoking apricot, honey and hazelnut." importer VOS
$56.00

2010 Chignin-Bergeron Roussanne Gilles Berlioz

"Domaine Gilles Berlioz is located in Savoie, near the charming village of Chignin. He converted to biodynamics and since then "The soil is more fertile, the roots have penetrated much more deeply and the vines have become stronger and more resistant. The end result of all this is found in the wines I produce!” Bergeron is the local name for the Roussanne grape variety of the Rhone Valley. Rich and complex with aromas of white flowers and peach, a fresh and silky palate and a finish evoking apricot, honey and hazelnut." importer VOS
$56.00

2011 VdF [Corsica] Blanc "Diplomate d'Empire" Abbatucci

The name of the wine comes from the history of the family: Don Jacques Pascal Abbatucci was a childhood friend of Napoleon Bonaparte, served under the Empire and spent several years as a diplomat in Naples.
$115.00

2012 VdF [Corsica] Blanc "General de la Revolution" Abbatucci

"Corsicans are proud defenders of their traditions and environment, and with Abbatucci they indulge guilt-free. His wines are certified biodynamic, and he believes in following even the most far-out biodynamic practices to the letter. On his large estate south of Ajaccio he keeps a pristine poly-culture ecosystem in place, complete with herds of sheep foraging through his vines, groves of olive trees on ancient terraces, and large swaths of untouched forests. The Collection wines all come from a single parcel planted in the early 1960's. At the time, several villages farmed old vines of indigenous varieties that were left abandoned as the population left. To save these varieties from extinction, Abbatucci took cuttings of each threatened vineyard he came across and planted the cuttings on his estate near Ajaccio, in a single plot of granite soil. Racy and fresh, with lemon curd, honeysuckle, white peach and shortbread notes backed by lemon pulp and citrus oil hints on the finish. 25% Carcajolu Biancu, 25% Paga Debbiti, 20% Riminese, 15% Rossola Brandica, 10% Biancone, 5% Vermentinu." --importer Kermit Lynch
$115.00

2012 VdF [Corsica] Rouge "Ministre Imperial" Abbatucci

Abbatuci's wines are certified biodynamic. On his large estate south of Ajaccio he keeps a pristine poly-culture ecosystem in place, complete with herds of sheep foraging through his vines, groves of olive trees on ancient terraces, and large swaths of untouched forests. Named for a leading military figure under Napoleon Bonaparte’s Premier Empire, and then became a prominent consul under Napoleon III. The grapes are crushed by foot and macerate for 15 days then the wine is aged in old demi-muids.
$115.00

2013 Chignin-Bergeron Roussanne "Grand Rebossan" Quenard

Bergeron is the local name for Roussanne in the Savoie appelation of Chignin.
$45.00

2013 VdF [Corsica] Blanc "General de la Revolution" Abbatucci

"Corsicans are proud defenders of their traditions and environment, and with Abbatucci they indulge guilt-free. His wines are certified biodynamic, and he believes in following even the most far-out biodynamic practices to the letter. On his large estate south of Ajaccio he keeps a pristine poly-culture ecosystem in place, complete with herds of sheep foraging through his vines, groves of olive trees on ancient terraces, and large swaths of untouched forests. The Collection wines all come from a single parcel planted in the early 1960's. At the time, several villages farmed old vines of indigenous varieties that were left abandoned as the population left. To save these varieties from extinction, Abbatucci took cuttings of each threatened vineyard he came across and planted the cuttings on his estate near Ajaccio, in a single plot of granite soil. Racy and fresh, with lemon curd, honeysuckle, white peach and shortbread notes backed by lemon pulp and citrus oil hints on the finish." --importer Kermit Lynch
$115.00