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Aime Roquesante Cotes de Provence
Aime Roquesante Cotes de Provence

Salmon with pronounced rose shades. The nose is powerful, with aromas of red fruits and cut grass. The palate is full and powerful with a pleasing acidity. Spicy and balanced, very fine Provencal bouquet. Grapes: Cinsault, Grenache, and Syrah.

LVE Cotes de Provence Rose
LVE Cotes de Provence Rose

This LVE Rosé is a brilliant, pale pink color. It exudes fruitiness and elegance. The grapes from sandstone soils bring out the fruitiness and the grapes grown on vineyards with rounded pebbles bring a richness and elegance to the wine. The nose is aromatic with delicate notes of peach blossom, raspberry and apricot. On the palate, crisp light notes of fresh picked strawberry and white nectarine lead to an elegant, lengthy and a mineral finish.

Bouchard Aine & Fils Vin de Pays Rose of Pinot Noir
Bouchard Aine & Fils Vin de Pays Rose of Pinot Noir

L'Agnostique Rouge

LVE Sparkling Rosé
LVE Sparkling Rosé

The pink color of our LVE Rosé French Sparkling is reminiscent of a vineyard peach. With a fruity nose, blending notes of citrus and small red fruits, the bubbles are soft and pleasant. It’s well-balanced with voluptuousness and hints of red currents and pomelos, complemented by a nice acidity on the finish.

Bouchard Grand Conseiller Reserve Pinot Noir
Bouchard Grand Conseiller Reserve Pinot Noir

P. Bouchard represents the 5th generation of the family; he was a charismatic character who offered an international destiny to the House, but also to the entire region and its wines. This range was named after him, to celebrate his beliefs and actions as Great Councillor (Grand Conseiller). Cherry red colour with ruby reflections. Aromas of Griotte cherry and stewed berry fruit. Oaky, toasted hints, with a touch of liquorice and smoke. Rich, fruity, ample and silky. The mouth develops toasted and grilled flavors. A finish with fine, spicy and silky tannins for a well-balanced structure.

Le Chemin du Roi Brut
Le Chemin du Roi Brut

This gleaming and vibrant pink Champagne illuminates The King’s Path. Chemin du Roi Rosé is made from grapes grown in some of the finest vineyards in Champagne. Aged for over 4 years on it's lees to create a crisp and smooth Champagne, notes of strawberries, and black currants shine on the palate.

Champagne Vollereaux Brut Reserve
Champagne Vollereaux Brut Reserve

This ripe, soft wine is well balanced and offers attractive fruitiness. The creamy mousse and acidity bring richness and a fresh character. With its finely judged dosage, not too dry, not too sweet, the wine is very ready to drink.

G.H. Mumm Cordon Rose

Michel Lelu Muscadet
Michel Lelu Muscadet

Classic citrusy aromas of passion fruit and lemon zest meet ripe orchard fruit and minerality on nose of this Muscadet. Concentrated flavors green apple and pear are elevated by bracing minerality and zippy acidity that refreshes the palate.

J Moreau & Fils Chablis
J Moreau & Fils Chablis "Les Clos" Grand Cru Blanc

Chablis achieves its highly distinctive mineral character due to its cool northerly climate and its highly calcareous soil. The Domaine Louis Moreau Chablis Les Clos Grand Cru displays a very mineral bouquet, with an elegant fineness and impressive length on the palate. Chablis, with its steely character and fresh citrus flavor, pairs well with white fish and shellfish and its naturally high acidity can counterbalance cream-based sauces. Unoaked Chablis lends itself well to vegetables, starches, Comté, or fresh goat cheese.

Bouchard Aine et Fils Meursault
Bouchard Aine et Fils Meursault "Le Porusot" 1ER Cru Blanc

This 100% Chardonnay is fermented in wooden vats and matured in oak barrels. The Premier Cru “Le Porusot” covers about 10 hectares and enjoys a south-eastern exposure, which is perfect for a maximum amount of sunlight. The name Porusot comes from the very nature of the soil; indeed, the word is a regional way of naming a place covered with rocks. It is the diminutive of Porroux which finds its origin in the latin word Petrosa (stony place).