This box has everything you need for an iconic wine dinner for 4-6 people. Six bottles total, one of each of these beautiful and iconic wines.
Pierre Gimonnet 1er Cru Cuis: Gimonnet's NV Brut Cuis 1er Cru, the entry-level wine, is a great introduction to the house style. The flavors are dry, brisk and salivating throughout.
Lucien Crochet Sancerre les Calcaires 2017: At Lucien Crochet the emphasis is on creating wines of finesse and complexity that are faithful to both terroir and vintage. The vineyards are located around the towns of Bué, Sancerre and Crézancy, the finest of which is the limestone-based Chêne Marchand vineyard. Gilles Crochet, Lucien's son, makes the wines as naturally as possible using indigenous yeasts. Through hand picking, careful selection of the grapes and long, slow ageing 'sur lie', Lucien Crochet produces sophisticated and age-worthy Sancerre.
Arnot-Roberts Trout Gulch Chardonnay 2018: Trout Gulch is one of the most iconic Chardonnay to come out of California. Bright and focused, as it always is, this wine offers a striking interplay of tension and fruit density. Lemon peel, white flowers, mint and chalk are all beautifully delineated in this saline, finely-sculpted Chardonnay.
Anthill Farms Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir 2017: With this Pinot, Anthill Farms looks to create a food-friendly, nuanced wine that represents the unique character of the Anderson Valley. Bright and approachable with light herbacious notes and earthiness, this is a benchmark example of the balance that young California winemakers are striving for, and achieving.
Vietti Barbaresco Masseria 2015: Vietti's Barbaresco Masseria shows nice, delicate fiber and a silkiness that marks this rendition as one of the most subtle and refined in recent memory.
Aalto Ribera del Duero 2017: "A blend of all of Ribera" is how winemaker Antonio Moral describes this cuvée from nine different villages, combining Aalto's own vineyards and purchased grapes. Subtle, floral and intense, it’s a seamless if still youthful red with 50% new French and American wood, notes of dried herbs and vanilla, bramble and raspberry fruit and polished tannins.
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