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Featured Wines

2017 Domaine des Diables,
Name:

2017 Domaine des Diables, "BonBon" Rosé

Varietal:

Syrah, Cinsault, Grenache

Location:

Cotes de Provence, France

Notes:

Beautiful pale pink in color. The nose is bursting with the same grapefruit, watermelon and floral aromas that made the 2016 such a hit last Summer. The palate is dry and tangy, with grapefruit, berry, watermelon and mineral flavors. Provençal rosé with a twist!

Price:

$19.99

 
 
 
2015 Arnoux Lachaux, Bourgogne Rouge
Name:

2015 Arnoux Lachaux, Bourgogne Rouge "Pinot Fin"

Varietal:

Pinot Noir

Location:

Burgundy, France

Notes:

A  tremendous wine from excellent plots below the road (D974) in Chambolle-Musigny, Vosne-Romanee and Nuits-Saint-Georges. The bouquet is forward and quite floral (80% Whole Cluster) offering a lovely expression of red and dark fruits and a nice impression of minerality for this level. On the palate generous and weighty fruit – nice vibrant freshness (relatively high percentage of millerandage berries). It’s very complex and intense for this level – a magnificent Bourgogne rouge.

Price:

$69.99 SPECIAL: 10% OFF 1 bottle--15% OFF 6 bottles--25% OFF 12 bottles

 
 
 
2016 Jean-Luc Colombo,
Name:

2016 Jean-Luc Colombo, "La Redonne"

Varietal:

Viognier, Roussanne

Location:

Cotes-du-Rhone, Northern Rhone Valley, France

Notes:

Composed of 70% Viognier and 30% Roussanne, La Redonne begins life in prime vineyards planted on granitic terraces and alluvial plains. Intensely aromatic and typically full-bodied, Viognier dominates the fragrant nose with the Roussanne adding a balancing touch of freshness. The wine is vinified in stainless steel vats to emphasise the pure varietal character and then around 20% of the wine is matured in oak barrels on the lees to add complexity and a smooth roundness.

 

Exotic aromas of mangos and dates mingle with hazelnuts, white flowers and honey on the nose, while the palate features a fruity attack with apricot, peach and citrus flavours coming to the fore. Thanks to the full body, velvety texture and harmonizing freshness, La Redonne is an ideal option to serve as an aperitif or to pair with pasta carbonara, roasted chicken or baked cod served in a creamy sauce.

Price:

$19.99

 
 
 
2014 Tissot,
Name:

2014 Tissot, "Singulier"

Varietal:

Trousseau

Location:

Jura, France

Notes:

Trousseau is a grape native to the eastern French region of Jura, and fans of Pinot Noir and Sangiovese will love Tissot’s fantastic interpretation. Heady and foxy, with aromas of red fruits, game, and violets. The palate is crisp but round, with complex red fruit, cocoa, caramel, game and sweet spice flavors.

Price:

$42.99

 
 
 
2017 Vignobles Ferrandiere, Rosé
Name:

2017 Vignobles Ferrandiere, Rosé

Varietal:

Grenache Gris

Location:

Languedoc-Roussillon, France

Notes:

Made from the Grenache Gris grape, this is not you average rosé. The vineyards are located in the Étang de Marseillette, a former saltwater marsh. which imparts a unique minerality and an appealing “saltiness” to the finish of the wine. Bursting with fresh berry and melon fruit flavors, with a soft texture. Highly quaffable!

Price:

$10.99

 
 
 
2017 Minuty Rosé
Name:

2017 Minuty Rosé

Varietal:

Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault

Location:

Cotes de Provence, France

Notes:
It’s back!!
Many rosés are pleasant and refreshing, but offer little in the way of depth of flavor or complexity. Minuty is a delicious exception. Produced with hand-harvested Grenache, Syrah and Cinsault grapes undergo a 4 hour maceration (just long enough to get the beautiful pink color) before fermentation and aging in stainless steel.
Complex nose of peach,  watermelon, cherry candy and sea air.  The palate is crisp and light, but packed with notes of cherry, watermelon, and candied orange peel, with a medium-bodied finish and mouthwatering acidity.
Price:

$17.99

 
 
 
2015 Matthiasson
Name:

2015 Matthiasson

Varietal:

Zinfandel

Location:

Limerick Lane Vineyard, Russian River Valley, California

Notes:

The Limerick Lane Vineyard is a mile south of Healdsburg, receiving the morning fog and afternoon sea breezes of the Russian River Valley, but with shallow hillside soils that restrain the vigor of the vines and enhance ripening. The vineyard is known for intense acidity and brambly flavors that create some of the most age-worthy Zinfandels in California.

The Zinfandel has a brambly spicy nose of all sorts of fresh berries: raspberries, blackberries, strawberries, marionberries — you name it, a cornucopia of fresh fruit. The wine has soft tannins, but very bright acidity, zesty and clean — not the heavy Zinfandel one could expect — this one is zingy and fresh, finishing with a thread of loamy soil as a reminder that this is a serious wine.

Price:

$49.99

 
 
 
2017 Amble & Chase, Rosé
Name:

2017 Amble & Chase, Rosé

Varietal:

Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault

Location:

Cotes de Provence, France

Notes:

We finally found a canned rosé tasty enough to sell at Perrine’s!

A blend of 40% Grenache, 30% Syrah, and 30% Cinsault, AMBLE + CHASE Rosé 2017 is pale salmon pink in color and shows complex aromas of cherry blossom and white raspberry, giving way to notes of juicy peach and ripe red grapefruit on the palate. The wine has a persistent freshness and salty minerality thanks to the vines’ southern exposure and cooling breezes from the Mediterranean.

Price:

$18.99/4 pack (equivalent to a 750 ml bottle)

 
 
 
2015 Domaine Billard-Gonnet
Name:

2015 Domaine Billard-Gonnet

Varietal:

Pinot Noir

Location:

Pommard-Rugiens Bas 1er Cru, Burgundy, France

Notes:

94 points, Allen Meadows – Burghound

“Outstanding. From 3 separate parcels totaling .75 ha which were planted in 1950. As is generally the case, this is more elegant and refined than any of the preceding wines with its layered nose of ripe but brooding dark currant, violet and spice scents. There is excellent volume and power to the broad-shouldered and overtly mineral-inflected flavors that culminate in an explosively persistent finish. This is not quite as chiseled as it usually is but the finish makes it abundantly clear that this is going to age for a very long time. Once again, patience, and plenty of it, required. Excellent and highly recommended if you have that patience.”

Price:

$87.99

 
 
 
2015 Alain Voge,
Name:

2015 Alain Voge, "Les Chailles"

Varietal:

Syrah

Location:

Cornas, Rhone Valley, France

Notes:

“…notes of wild herbs, peppered meats, garrigue, and sweet currants and blackberries all emerge from Voge’s 2015 Cornas les Chailles, and it has full-bodied richness and incredible purity. As always, it has a polished, seamless style, yet it is 100% Cornas through and through. It should drink nicely in its youth and last for 15+ years.”  —Wine Advocate 91-93

Price:

$59.99