Unique "boutique white Bordeaux" from De Lille Cellars in Washington state.
This 2018 Chaleur Blanc shows magnificent balance throughout, with aromas of baked pie crust, grapefruit and citrus oil. On the palate, this symmetry continues, with the fruit contributing grapefruit, golden hay, thyme and tarragon, with cooperage supplying well integrated eucalyptus, forest floor and mocha. Six months of elevage on the lees with weekly battonage contributes a welcome roundness that harmonizes with the brilliant acidity of this wine, all carried on a long, dry finish.
The vines of this fiercely independent domaine are all at least 60-years-old. Laurent Martelet is vigneron at this small estate located in the hamlet of Blagny. "La Genelotte" is a Premier Cru site just north of Blagny, on the Meursault...
Alois Lageder Pinot Grigio is a brilliant straw yellow with green shimmer. There are quite pronounced and expressive aromas of flowers with somewhat spicy notes. There is rich flavor in the mouth, with slight smokiness at the back and a...
This is a bright and juicy white from the Piedmont region in Northern Italy. Gorgeous soft, floral fruit with peach and honey and freshness. Serious elegance here with a mouthful of bright, crisp minerality.