The Anna Asmaquer Beaujolais is a blend of old Gamay vines, planted back in the 1930's! The wine shows off a bright wildberry nose and possesses classic Beaujolais finesse with profound minerality. Made by Ghislaine Dupeuble and named for her great-great grandmother, this wine is a true expression of the region and is a must-try for any Beaujolais drinker. Organic. Natural wine -- no sulfites added.
90 POINTS, Wine Spectator. SMART BUY. "A zesty red, with personality to spare, offering notes of licorice, blackberry, smoky pepper and grilled herbs. A blend of mostly Zinfandel, followed by Petite Sirah, Syrah and mixed Italian blacks."
Beautiful fresh, lush fruit and a silky texture make for a Pinot that drinks well above its price point. Here once again we have a winner from a winery that is a self proclaimed "band of wine industry insiders dedicated...
A collaboration between importer Kermit Lynch and wine maker Jean-Francois Pasturel. This Southern Rhone blend is comprised of mostly Grenache and Syrah and finished with Cinsault and Carignan. Aging in cement cuves creates a structured, fresh wine with good acidity....