Free Saturday Tasting Saturday July 9th, 2 to 5pm


Marshall will be behind the bar on Saturday with more recommended best buys from France.  These are all perfectly suited for hot summer days and nights and are guaranteed not to put a crimp in the wallet. Each of these wines display remarkable quality and nuance for the money.
(All great selections, but just a hint folks, the Pinot Noir is not to be missed!)

L’Conti Blanquette Limoux:  Crisp and fresh but with a touch more fruit in the middle than the average Blanquette Limoux.  Our summer long go-to sparkler!
$14.99 per bottle – Saturday Tasting Price: $11.99

Domainen Herbauges Grolleau Gris: This was a smash hit last year and this year’s release is following in it’s footsteps.  Just a touch of skin contact produces the palest of the pale colors and the 2015 vintage provides extra richness while keeping the nice bright acidity.
$13.99 per bottle – Saturday Tasting Price: $11.19

Les Volets Pinot Noir: We’ve had some great luck finding some amazing white wine values this year from France.  Now it’s time for an awesome red! This Pinot Noir from the south of France is an absolute knockout for the money and we think it’s THE best values of the year for Pinot Noir. The smooth velvety palate is packed with notes of cherry and fleshy red fruits and is the perfect red for these hot summer days.  Highly recommended!
$13.99 per bottle – Saturday Tasting Price: $11.19

Domaine Mucyn Gamsy: A visit this past march with Jean-Pierre Mucyn cemented my opinion that he is not only an outstanding producer, but also a wonderful steward of the land.  His GamSys is a wonderful blend of Syrah and Gamay with both varietals poking through the mix.  The round blue fruits and soft tannins will be a perfect match for all of your BBQ favorites.
$12.99 per bottle – Saturday Tasting Price: $10.39