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This month's feature: Rwanda Musasa and Guatemala Santa Sofia.

Wines By-The-Glass: Mar. 21-24 Tues-Fri 12pm-6pm
2014 Elizia Mendocino Carignane "Venturi Vineyard",/$10
2015 Swick Oregon Melon de Bourgogne/$10

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Domaine des Grottes:
Beaujolais' Best-Kept Secret

"Nowadays I'm convinced that Romain des Grottes is among the most inspired winemakers working in the Beaujolais, with a vision as singular and rewarding as that of Philippe Jambon in Leynes, or Lantignie's Christian Ducrous." -Aaron Ayscough, Not Drinking Poison

The domaine's 2014 and 2015 are now available in the US in very limited quantities. Amazingly affordable, these are some of the best wines of both vintages. From organically and biodynamically farmed vineyard. Bottled to retain some CO2 from the winemaking, instead of using sulfites. This is the real traditional Beaujolais method. The wines stay fresh over several years.


Vigneron Jean-Luc Chossart and Isabelle Ferriol own and run Jolly-Ferriol in the Catalan region of Roussillon. They make a wealth of Whites, Reds, Roses, Pet'Nats, and Rancios from organically farmed vineyards. Their winemaking is simple but skilled, no additives and sulfites are added, just the natural carbonic gas from the winemaking sufficiently protects their wines. Unpretentious and very affordable wines that are delicious to drink for their purity, depth, and character. We're very excited that their wines are now available in the U.S. for the first time!

Wines of Jura

In Jura, we explore this beautiful frontier for some of the world's most wonderful wines. Why this ancient winegrowing region has escaped many of us is puzzling. Jura's powerful terroir produces wines that are intense and complex, though light-bodied and modest in alcohol. The wines, particularly the distinctive vin jaune, are capable of aging for decades, even centuries. We stock many of the greatest producers in Jura like Macle, Jacques Puffeney, Michel Gahier, Buronfosse, Benoit Mulin, Philippe Bornard, Domaine de la Tournelle, Domaine de l'Octavin, Les Chais du Vieux Bourg, and Domaine du Pelican.

Arbois Vin Jaune, Michel Gahier 2004 $76.00
Seamless quality. Endless finish. Only gets better with time. Michel Gahier recommends 20 years from the vintage. Get set for an experience of a lifetime.

Arbois Red "Trois Cepages", Domaine du Pelican 2013 $49.00
60% Pinot Noir, 30% Trousseau, and 10% Poulsard. The Pinot Noir and Trousseau are grown in Montigny-les-Arsures on biodynamically farmed vineyards.

Cotes du Jura "Les Belemnites", Domaine Buronfosse 2011 $32.00
70% Savagnin and 30% Chardonnay blend. A startling harmony of flavors and freshness. Aged three years ouille or non-oxidative. Named after the 200 million year-old fossils found in Jurassic soils.

AlexanderNew California Releases

1. Stags Leap District Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, 4 Winds Winery 2012 $136.00
Debut release of this Napa Cabernet crafted by the highly acclaimed winemaker Thomas Rivers Brown.

2. Livermore Semillon, Kalin Cellars 2000 $32.00
Dry Semillon with a solid track record for long-term aging since its first vintage in 1979.

3. Santa Ynez Red "Gli Angeli", Stolpman Vineyards 2011 $62.00
100% Syrah from Stolpman's oldest vines in the finest sites of the estate, applying high density planting, no irrigation, and organic and biodynamic farming.