Ermitage du Pic St Loup Tour de Pierres Rouge 2014
This Pic Saint Loup is not your average “GSM,” or whatever the hip somms are calling them these days. Maybe it’s the biodynamics: ever since converting several years ago, the three brothers in charge of this estate have achieved a newfound energy and vitality in their wines. While meaty and chewy,
Item Number: 23128
Case: $179.40

Domaine de la Reserve d'O Coteaux Languedoc Reserve 2013
This concentrated, full-bodied red layers notes of cherry tart, g and black olive, edged with paprika and mocha avors. Grippy tannins and rm, integrated acidity shows solid structure to back up the minerals finish.-Wine Spectator
Item Number: 22804
Case: $287.40
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Chateau Maris 'La Touge' Syrah 2014
La Touge is a blend of Syrah and Grenache grown on hard and soft limestone and alluvial soils. Like all Chateau Maris wines, it is bottled unfined and unfiltered and is thus suitable for vegetarians and vegans. The nose is ripe black fruits (blackcurrants, elderberries) notes alongside more spicy
Item Number: 23528
Case: $137.40

Mas de Daumas Gassac Rouge 2013
90  Wine Spectator 
Wine Spectator 90 "A muscular red, featuring plenty of smoky notes to the olive, dried cherry and meaty aromas. This shows finesse, with mineral, thyme and peppercorn elements gracing the finish. Drink now through 2021."  "For many, this estate needs no introduction. Often referred to as the
Item Number: 22088

Chateau Pech Latt Corbieres 2014
" This wine from the the Corbieres AOC within the Languedoc, is a fantastic value. Made from a blend of old vine Carignan, Syrah, Grenache, and Mourvedre, it offers plenty of dark berry fruit and explosive flavors. It is also made from grapes farmed Organically and carries the Ecocert for Organic
Item Number: 11355

Domaine de Fontsainte Corbieres Rouge 2015
The magic of this Carignan-based rouge is that it brings pure pleasure to your dining table, making it easy to gulp down, without heavy pondering. With purple-robed dark fruit, hints of earthiness, and a bouquet that pulls you into the glass—and my oh my, it’s cheaper by the case. Mature adults,
Item Number: 23794
Case: $119.40

La Vieille Ferme Cotes du Ventoux Rouge 1.5L
86  Wine Spectator 
Wine Spectator 86"Friendly cherry, damson plum and herb notes are lined with a hint of lavender, followed by a lightly dusty finish. Drink now. 80,000 cases imported."
Item Number: 9175
Case: $77.94
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Chateau Lascaux Coteaux du Languedoc 2013
Kim Marcus of the Wine Spectator posted an online article on some of these great value reds from the Languedoc and Roussillon. Here’s what he said; “At their best, the southern French regions of Languedoc and Roussillon can deliver powerful Syrah and Grenache-based reds that offer plenty of value as
Item Number: 20080
Case: $155.40

Paul Mas 'Estate' Picpoul de Pinet 2015
The Picpoul vineyard lies along the Mediterranean Bay of Thau. This area, nearby the village of Pinet, has predominantly limestone soil, with red soils in some parts. It has had vineyards for nearly 2000 years.
Item Number: 9242
Case: $95.40

Fat bastard Chardonnay 1.5L
"Round in the mouth with white flower aromas and a long, toasty finish. Food Pairings: Perfect match with a variety of cheeses, poultry and cream sauce pastas, or when relaxing with friends and family." ~Winery Notes
Item Number: 3872
Case: $107.94
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Montirius 'Les Cigales' Mediterranee IGP 3.0L
"Grenache Noir: 70% - Syrah: 30%. Wine certified Organic Agriculture by ECOCERT France SAS FR-BIO-01. Good immediate drinkability – Fruity, easy to drink – Serve by the glass – Put into the doorfridge to refresh. " ~ Winery notes
Item Number: 17233
Case: $113.94

Fat bastard Syrah 2015
Vinification: To make the Fat bastard Syrah we source wines in the Minervois area near Carcassonne, in the Pezenas sector, and in the north of Nimes. These vineyards present excellent conditions for the Syrah vines. The stony soil and a perfect microclimate yields mature grapes with a high
Item Number: 23913
Case: $107.40

Domaine de la Reserve d'O Coteaux Languedoc Reserve 2012
91  Wine Spectator 
Wine Spectator 91"This focused, medium- bodied red has juicy acidity, with red berry, underbrush and mineral flavors, lined with licorice hints. The clean, lip-smacking finish shows nice overall balance."

Le Charmel Pinot Noir 2014
"This wine shows deep in color, with ruby tints. It has scents of red and black berries mixed with floral notes, together with hints of delicate spices and vanilla. On the palate, it displays aromas of crushed black fruits such as raspberries, blackcurrants, cherries and black-cherry jam. This wine

Domaine de Fontsainte Corbieres Rouge 2014
A sustained and very brilliant ruby color with beautiful violet tints. Immediate and generous with, at first, notes of fresh red fruits, such as cherries and black fruits, such as blueberries. Next, the richness develops with notes of cacao powder and a delicate touch of liquorice. Round and

Chateau Lascaux Coteaux du Languedoc 2012
" The areas of Languedoc and Roussillon in southern France are two of the hottest regions in the world for exceptional value. They offer wines that are deep in color, full-bodied, with dark fruits like blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries. On top of all that fruit, they add the complex

Domaine Fontsainte Gris de Gris 2015
" A crystalline salmon color with superb amethyst tints. Fine separate legs run slowly down the glass. Expressive and particularly tonic, the wine immediately gives off notes of raspberry, cherry and freshly picked strawberries – followed by exotic aromas such as pineapple and mango. " ~ Winery

La Peira en Damaisela 'Las Flors de la Peira' 2009
95  International Wine Report 
Rhone Report 95 "The 2009 La Peira Coteaux du Languedoc Les Terrasses du Larzac Las Flors, a blend of 55% Grenache, 30% Syrah, 10% Mourvedre, and 5% Cinsault, is stylistically closer to the grand vin than to the Les Obriers de La Peira; it is certainly the best vintage of this cuvee I’ve tasted to

Ermitage du Pic St Loup Tour de Pierres Rouge 2013
The wine leads off with lively fresh dark berry fruits and follows through with notes of game, smoke and black pepper balanced with fine acidity and soft round tannins. An exceptional wine and a great value.