March Wine Recommendations

Nyetimber Brut Rosé (Multi Vintage), England
With their first vines planted in 1988 to greensand and chalk soils, the team at Nyetimber has truly finessed Methode Champenoise in south England & has been instrumental in putting the country on the map for world class wine. Fruit for this rose (the “holy trinity” being Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Pinot Meunier) hails from West Sussex and Hampshire. Their masterful result is sophisticated and manifests fresh raspberry, cherry blossom, & shortbread; pairs with crab cakes, smoked Alaska Coho salmon, and a hot tub soak. $63.99
2018 Boundary Breaks Gewurtztraminer, Finger Lakes, New York
A light and demure expression of Gewurtztraminer coming from the cool-climate of eastern Lake Seneca that proves an easy Springtime sipper. Dry yet spicy, pairs beautifully with Indian butter chicken (Makhani) or asparagus brie soup
475 cases made
$18.99
2017 Azores Wine Co. Isabella a Proibida, Pico-Portugal
Portuguese winemaker-mover-&-shaker Antonio Macanita has rescued an old plot of bush vine Isabella (a vinifera-lambrusca disease-resistant hybrid) on the volcanic island of Pico 1,000 miles off the coast of mainland Portugal. These old vines are very low-yielding & elevage is done in stainless steel resulting in fruit with massive personality, remarkable saltiness, umami, & earthy red fruit. Demands roasted foraged mushrooms and unagi.
166 cases made.
$35.99
2018 Gramenon L’Emouvante, Rhone-France
This is one of the rarest wines from cult icon Gramenon and we are so thrilled Michele made it in 2018! It is 100% Syrah from Montbrison sur Lez in the Southern Rhone made using natural practices while designated Demeter Certified Biodynamic. All labels are original art by winemaker Michele Aubery Laurent.
It emanates serious black fruit, funky earth & garrigue; a glass of Gramenon will only ever smell and taste like Gramenon and no other wine on the planet.
Pair with Kalamata olive tapenade or Peking duck.
12 cases imported into the United States.
$54.99