Summer Rosés

GIFFT Pinot Noir Rosé, Monterey, CA, 2014
GIFFT Pinot Noir Rosé, Monterey, CA, 2014 $14.00
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Cleto Chiarli Brut de Noir Rosé Lambrusco, Emilia-Romagna, Italy, NV
Cleto Chiarli Brut de Noir Rosé Lambrusco, Emilia-Romagna, Italy, NV $16.00
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Château D'Esclans Whispering Angel Côtes de Provence Rosé, Provence, France, 2014
Château D'Esclans Whispering Angel Côtes de Provence Rosé, Provence, France, 2014 $22.00
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Château D'Esclans Garrus Côtes de Provence Rosé, Provence, France, 2012
Château D'Esclans Garrus Côtes de Provence Rosé, Provence, France, 2012 $99.00
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The Livin’ is Easy: 5 Fabulous Finds for Summer!

June 26, 2015

“Summertime, and the livin’ is easy…” – Ella Fitzgerald Summer’s in full swing and to get you in the spirit (as if you aren’t already), here are five of our favorite things we love to enjoy during this delicious time of year: 1.) Round Pond Estate Meyer Lemon Olive Oil ($36): If you’re a fan of all things citrus (I can’t get enough!), this olive oil is not to be missed. In addition to making fabulous wines from California’s Napa Valley (for more info click here), Round Pond Estate also produces a delicious assortment of olive oils, fruit syrups and vinegars from fruit grown on their extensive, organically farmed land. This delightful Meyer lemon olive oil is made by crushing...

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Wine Word of the Week: “En Primeur”!

May 31, 2015

Our latest Wine Word of the Week is “en primeur” which refers to the practice of purchasing wine in advance of its release date, usually while it is still in barrel. Also referred to as “wine futures,” wines purchased in this manner aren’t usually released until 2-3 years after they are sold. Why spend money on wine that far in advance, you might ask? Purchasing wine en primeur is done primarily for two reasons: (1) to obtain wines which are produced in limited quantities, and (2) to lock in the best pricing of a wine, usually lower than the release price. The practice of purchasing wines en primeur is most prevalent in France’s Bordeaux region where it has existed for...

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