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  1. M & S Bouchet Cabernet Sauvignon P'tit Bouchet 2016
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    From a small patch of 60+ year-old biodynamically-farmed vines, this elegant, refined Cabernet saw no new oak and truly shows off its Loire Valley roots. Joguet who? This is real class in the glass... Learn More
  2. Dyckerhoff Reuilly Petit Gris Rosé 2018
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    Reuilly is an outcropping of limestone and clay soil that makes for a terroir suitable for the vine in a region dominated by grain farming. The allowed varieties of Reuilly are Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris, which is only allowed for rosé, this one being a beguiling wine with the slightly pink tint and rich texture of the Pinot Gris grape, more than just a dry rosé. The wines of Reuilly are pleasurable and easy to drink, a racy, cool-climate style that is sure to please... Learn More
  3. Domaine du Fresche Anjou Blanc 2017
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    Amazing Chenin value!  Sourced from 50 year-old vines grown on schist soils, this one is raised only in stainless steel and bone dry, redolent with green apple and pear, finely textured, supple, refreshing, versatile...
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  4. Matthias et Emile Roblin Sancerre Origine 2017
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    This, their classic bottling, stays on its lees until January or February after the harvest, and is bottled roundabout May after a light fining and filtration. Some 80+% of the vines for this wine grow in Kimmeridgian; the remainder in Portlandian limestone (which has less clay than Kimmeridgian but more than Oxfordian).
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  5. Baumard Savennieres Clos du Papillon 2015
    WS95
    $48.98
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    95 Points!  This is very alluring, with salted butter, blanched almond and tarragon highlights amid the core of creamed pear, green plum and white ginger flavors. The distinctive mouthfeel combines creamy and zesty elements, while racy minerality extends the finish. Drink now through 2035. - Wine Spectator
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  6. Audebert Bourgueil Rosé 2018
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    I love it when a Rosé conveys the true varietal character of the grape and Audebert is one of the masters at making Cabernet Franc Rosé from the Loire Valley that actually tastes like both Cabernet Franc AND Rosé.  Fantastic stuff!
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  7. Domaine Mardon Quincy Tres Vieilles Vignes 2017
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    90 Points!  A focused, brisk style, with a flinty frame around jicama, gooseberry and herb notes. The chiseled finish shows good tension - Wine Spectator
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  8. Henri Bourgeois Sancerre La Cote des Monts Damnes 2017
    WS93
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    93 Points!  Very pure, with a racy feel to the lemon pith, white peach, thyme, and gooseberry notes, backed by a brisk flinty edge on the finish. A light kiss of shortbread hangs in the background and should emerge a bit more with modest cellaring. - Wine Spectator
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  9. Jolivet Pouilly Fume 2016
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    The Pascal Jolivet Pouilly Fumé comes from 20 acres in 3 separate vineyards owned by Pascal Jolivet in the villages of Tracy, Les Girarmes, and St. Andelain; and additional sourcing from Les Loges. These constitute a large diversity of glacial soils, differing from village to village. Les Loges: very calcareous. Full, firm wines. Saint Andelain: clay-siliceous and siliceous. Provide fruit, bouquet. Tracy sur Loire: sandy and limestone base. Delicacy, aromatics.
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  10. Jeremie Huchet & Jeremie Mourat Muscadet Sevre et Maine Monnieres-Saint-Fiacre 2013
    WA91
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    91 Points! From old vines on gneiss, the pale yellow colored 2013 Muscadet Sèvre et Maine Monnières-Saint-Fiacre offers a very clear and reductive nose with spicy-mineral, herbal and white fruit flavors. Full-bodied, rich and concentrated, this is an elegant, mineral and persistent wine with a tight structure, clear fruit flavors and a long and refreshing finish with grip. Still young but very promising. - Stephan Reinhardt, Wine Advocate
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  11. Moulin Touchais Coteau du Layon 1985
    WA90
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    90 Points!  The Moulin Touchais 1985 Coteaux du Layon smells alluringly of baked apple, apple jelly, pink pineapple, and heady flowers. Lusciously rich on the palate, yet not lacking cut or clarity, it carries honey, baked apple and grapefruit into a long, rich, if not rivetingly complex finish. Heaven knows I would be delighted for the opportunity to sip a glass of either of these in a restaurant, whether as aperitif, with foie gras, or in lieu of dessert. - David Schildknecht, robertparker.com, 2007
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