Tronquoy de Saint-Anne, Saint-Estèphe 2010

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Tronquoy de Saint-Anne, Saint-Estèphe 2010

Each year we travel to Bordeaux to purchase wines directly for our shop. Over thirty years of visiting the region we have developed fruitful relationships gaining access to unique wines at favorable prices.
 
Tronquoy de Saint-Anne 2010 impressed us even more when we pulled a cork stateside than it did in France. It is a wonderful expression of the sizable shift in style of Saint-Estèphe over the last several vintages. We've noticed many bottlings becoming softer and more approachable while maintaining their classic broad shouldered character. Two-thirds Cabernet and one-third Merlot; it possesses cassis and brambly fruit notes, with supple tannins on the palate which firm up at the finish. Quite drinkable now without compromising it's authenticity or sense of place.

You will wish you had purchased more when cooler weather sets in.

$26 / btl or $132 / 6-pack

Offer expires one week from posting.

 

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Chateau-Fuisse Pouilly-Fuisse Tete de Cru 2015

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Chateau-Fuisse Pouilly-Fuisse Tete de Cru 2015

There is always something gratifying when a client expresses their enthusiasm for fine White Burgundy. Essentially they are saying they did not realize the complexity that the Chardonnay grape was capable of attaining. Simply put, there is just so much going on in a good White Burg that when one experiences it, excitement is a natural reaction. How can a wine contain so many aromas and flavors simultaneously? There is white peach, green apples, a bit of lime, a note of pear, spring meadow, minerality, wet slate, dried wood and more. Crisp yet persistent flavors dance around your mind long after you have finished your sip. 

This particular White Burgundy makes friends year after year. If you require something a little special for vacation or a meal - this is not to be missed. 

Terroir: Chateau Fuissé's Téte de Cru is a blend of over 20 prime vineyard sites throughout the appellation of Pouilly-Fuissé. Plots in Pouilly, with a high limestone proportion, contribute intense perfume yet more delicacy in the mouth. Those in Fuissé, where clay is more prominent, are less aromatic but fuller, more solid and structured. Vines are an average of 30 years old. 

Vinification: Each vineyard site is vinified separately until the final blend is chosen following aging. 60% of the wine is aged in oak barrel (25% new) while the remaining 40% is stored in stainless steel to retain it's pure fruit. 

E-Mail special : $35 per bottle or $384 per case 

Normally $40 per bottle 

10 cases available!  

Offer ends one week from posting, all orders subject to confirmation.

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R. & C Moreux 2016 Sancerre Rosé Cuvée des Lys

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R. & C Moreux 2016 Sancerre Rosé Cuvée des Lys

Just arrived this morning - a refreshing and delicious expression from the Loire Valley, showing hints of watermelon and strawberry with that classic French dryness. Sure to cut through the heat of July in style! Yes, we do start our day by tasting Rosé, don't knock it 'til you've tried it

E-Mail special $24

10 cases available!

Offer expires one week from posting.

 

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Cape & Islands Delivery Service

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Cape & Islands Delivery Service

In addition to our local delivery service we also offer delivery to Cape Cod and the Islands. This is ideal for those who want to stock the house for the season with larger orders. Quantity discounts on larger purchases make shipping fees quite reasonable. Who wants to drive around looking for less than stellar selections when you should be at the beach? Send us an e-mail with any questions or to start planning your delivery.

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English Fizz

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English Fizz

Two hundred and forty-one years later, the British have returned to Boston in fine form!  English sparkling wine has arrived in our marketplace.  Now there's an added option when one has a touch of Anglophilia.  Your Ascot-, Henley- or Wimbledon-themed events can now go beyond Pimms !  Leading labels Chapel Down, Digby, Gusbourne and Hattingley Valley are in local distribution.  [ No, Nyetimber isn't on the horizon. ]  

The inevitable price comparison with their French counterparts is a personal matter - or of national pride possibly hinging upon your ancestry.

 

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