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Fleur du Mistral Rosé 2019
You’ll find some of the world’s loveliest rosé in southern France, thanks to a warm Mediterranean climate and the cooling Mistral wind. Inspired by this balance, Fleur de Mistral is a beautiful pink that brims with pure, red berry flavors.
Château L'Esparrou Cuvée Bisconte 2017
From southern France’s Roussillon region and historic Château L’Esparrou, this special cuvée boasts a coveted Gilbert & Gaillard gold. Judges loved its “pleasant nose accented by dark fruits and spices with a touch of licorice.”
Domaine de l'Estan Cotes de Provence Rosé 2017
From the renowned Bataille family and the great 2017 vintage comes this stylish Provence pink. Marrying berry-rich Grenache and ripe, red-fruited Syrah with a splash of Vermentino (for a refreshing, floral twist), it’s a must-try for rosé fans.
Julien Bouchard Blanc Coteaux Bourguignons 2017
France’s Burgundy region is home to the world’s most exquisite Chardonnay. This silky, pure-fruited example hails from the prestigious house of Albert Bichot and 2017 IWC Winemaker of the Year Alain Serveau. Guaranteed to impress.
Château Terrebonne Coeur de Cuvée 2017
This “wonderful” pink hails from the heartland of rosé and an estate that’s won over 60 awards in 11 vintages – including gold for this special release. Starring old-vine Grenache and Syrah, it brims with juicy raspberry and complex wild herb notes.
Pierre Brecht Cuvée Cinq 2018
France’s premium Alsace region produces some of the country’s finest whites – as you’ll taste with this gold-medal exclusive. From a 350-year-old family estate, it marries Riesling, Gewürztraminer, and Muscat for layers of ripe, stone fruit flavor.
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 de Dracy Bourgogne Blanc 2017
This fine Burgundy exclusive from the noble (and highly praised) house of Albert Bichot shows off the excellent 2016 vintage. Boasting layers of citrus and apple, plus subtle toasty oak, it’s a fine Chardonnay for a dinner party.
Vieux Château Guibeau 2016
This acclaimed, Merlot-rich gem (from Bordeaux’s very highly rated 2016 vintage) was lovingly crafted at a small, family-owned estate in the heart of the Right Bank. It’s deeply concentrated and silky, with intense plum and toasty oak – classy stuff.
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.