Merchant's Pick by Grape

Merchant's Pick by Grape: Chardonnay

  1. Burgundy's best needs to introduction.
    January 22, 2020

    Extremely Limited.

    If you read Wine Spectator, then Leroy needs no introduction.

    Leroy is one of the top three Burgundy producers. Along with her daughter, Leroy owns 50% of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti (widely known as DRC).

    We are one of the few retailers that have...

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  2. Whether Winter or Spring, I always have Moreau Chablis chilled!
    January 15, 2020

    Moreau makes the finest village Chablis in Burgundy!

    Regardless of the season, there is always a Christian Moreau Chablis in my refrigerator.

    If you have been following us over the years, you have seen us feature Christian Moreau's Chablis nearly every vintage. That's because...

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  3. The best-kept secret in Napa Valley!
    January 09, 2020

    If you have been following our features over the years, you've been privy to California's best kept secret, Hudson Vineyards.

    The 2017 Hudson Vineyards Chardonnay has been a highly anticipated release.

    You may recognize the "Hudson Vineyards" designation on labels of some of...

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  4. Majestic Meursault Just In Time For The Holidays!
    December 16, 2019

    Straight from France and barely avoiding the impending January tariffs, this magnificent Meursault is a single-vineyard sensation!

    Le Limozin is a tiny parcel that borders two famous Meursault Premier Cru vineyards, Charmes and Genevrieres.

    The vintage was warm, which produced...

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  5. Lures You In With Lemon Marigue, Pear, and Gooseberry.
    October 29, 2019

    Absolutely delicious!

    We've been fans of Anthill's Pinot Noir for years and first tasted Anthill's Peugh Chardonnay last year. In that feature we said we were "lovestruck" and "blindsided" by the wine.

    Well, you are in for another treat with the 2017 "Peugh Vineyard"...

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