A quick trip to Europe without having to plan, pack or figure out conversion rates; join us for some first class world travel by the sip.
Moissenet-Bonnard Meursault ‘Les Vireuils’ ($49.99): We will start our journey in the legendary homeland of French wine: picturesque Burgundy, where this amazing offering from a great house offers the traveler delicate aromas and fragrances of flowers and lemon, backed up by a structured palate and a lengthy finish.
Domaine La Bastide Cotes du Rhone ‘Figue’ ($16.99): From there, we travel south into the Rhone Valley. This friendly native offers a perfectly balanced mix of succulent raspberry and plum fruit offset by a dark, earthy streak and mild tannins provide for a dry, juicy finish.
Ottin Pinot Noir ($24.99): Across the border and into Italy, from one valley to another, we find ourselves in the breathtaking Vallee d’Aoste. Refined and velvety with notes of ripe red fruit and tanned leather. Spicy notes and smooth tannins on the finish.
Eva Fricke Riesling ($31.99): North, through the alps, we meander on to our last stop: the picturesque Rheingau with a rising Riesling star, Eva Fricke. Taut and crystalline with everything you’d want from this varietal, this amazing wine makes you feel like you have arrived home.