Intense fresh fruits announce themselves both in the bouquet and with the first sip of this lovely, off-dry (half-sweet?) white wine. Served chilled, it makes the perfect aperitif- yes, it has... Read More
The Philipponnat family has been based in the Champagne region since the 17th century. Their history dates effectively back to 28th July 1697, when Pierre Philipponnat registered his coat of a... Read More
Tokaji Aszu 3 Puttonyos has a deep brass color with a honeysuckle nose. This wine is decadent and somehow crisp this due to the great acidity that is well integrated with honeyed notes. Ripe j... Read More
A huge rosé made from 55% Grenache and 45% Syrah, clocking in at 15.6% alcohol. All fruit comes from Sine Qua Non's Eleven Confessions vineyard. Co-fermented; 2/3 raised in stainless steel, 1/... Read More
Surprisingly lean and light bodied, this doesn't show typical characteristics of a late harvest wine, but its a clean, refreshing dessert wine evocative of dewy, fresh wildflowers, melon and l... Read More
THE NAME: Cailloux (Kai you) means stones in French. Our vineyards are grown in soil over beds of slate and limestone, which imparts nice mineral notes to our wines, and adds to their st... Read More
Color: Intense straw-yellow with greenish highlights.
Aroma: Lovely bouquet of fresh peach and candied orange, with floral and mineral notes; gains further complexity after one year in the bot... Read More