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Château Le Bonalguet 2018
Château Le Bonalguet has been rated a “near-perfect wine” by former Best Sommelier of France Fabrice Sommier and sports a history of gold-medal acclaim. Rich, deep, and beautifully structured, the new 2018 release is every bit as impressive.
Domaine de Buadelle Minervois 2016
Alexis Metge won Gilbert & Gaillard gold for his wild herb- and berry-packed Grenache blend. Hand harvested from gnarled old vines growing in the shadow of the Montagne Noire range, it’s a crowd-pleasing exclusive you mustn’t miss!
Le Vin Blanc de Mademoiselle Fifi 2018
Top critic Robert Parker muses that Gascony’s exhilarating whites could be France’s “greatest white wine value.” Named after an elegant Parisian, this citrusy Colombard-Sauvignon blend makes a strong case – with FIVE gold medals and a modest price.
Château Mouquet 2016
Château Mouquet has been owned by Bruno Baylet’s family for three generations. A classic blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Cabernet Franc, his acclaimed Bordeaux Supérieur showcases the superb 2016 vintage and brims with ripe red fruit.
Les Vivandières 2018
Named for the brave French women who cared for troops on the battlefield (and offered wine for courage), Les Vivandières hails from premium Ventoux (near iconic Châteauneuf-du-Pape). With a top gold and vibrant fruit flavor, it’s sure to impress.
Haut de Bel Air 2018
“2018 is an exceptional year for Bordeaux,” producing “wonderful wines with a beautiful depth of ripe fruit and polished, strong tannins,” (James Suckling). Wait until you taste this acclaimed Merlot blend – it's one of our picks of the vintage.
Chateau Jean l'Arc 2018
Named after a family ancestor who fought in the final battle of the Hundred Years' War, multi-gold-winning Château Jean l’Arc hails from an estate near storied Saint-Emilion and the glorious 2018 vintage. Rich, velvety, and ready to impress.