Wines & Spirits by Region

Domaine Yves Leccia Patrimonio Rouge 2016
Yves Leccia has a certain presence and noble bearing to him, much like his wines. In France they have often been referred to as the “Rolls-Royce” of Corsican wines, a reputation earned after nearly 30 years of making consistently elegant and sophisticated wines. Raised in a small village in the
Item Number: 32617
Case: $371.40
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Domaine Maestracci 'E Prove' Rouge 2015
35% Niellucciu, 35% Grenache, 15% 15% Sciacarellu and 15% Syrah. Aged one year in stainless steel, then in large foudres (wood barrels) for another year, and finally cellar-aged in bottle for at least six months before release. A great compromise of a wine here, something of an amalgamation of a
Item Number: 31128

Domaine Leccia Rose 'YL' IGP 2018
If you’ve asked me for a rosé recommendation in the last few years, I’ve probably directed you to our Corsican wine section. Not only are these island wines refreshing, but their distinct grape varieties like Niellucciu and Sciaccarellu yield familiar wines with just enough Corsican terroir to set
Item Number: 33782
Case: $275.40

Domaine Maestracci 'E Prove' Rouge 2013
94  Wine & Spirits 
Wine & Spirits 94 Best Buy " Roger Maestracci founded this estate in 1945, choosing a granite plateau on the northwest end of the island. Today, it’s run by his son-in-law’s daughter, Camille-Anaïs Raoust, who blends E Prove from niellucciu, grenache, sciacarellu and syrah, aging it in stainless

Domaine Maestracci 'E Prove' Rouge 2012
35% Niellucciu, 35% Grenache, 15% Sciacarellu, 15% Syrah All grapes picked by hand. Fermentation lasts 15 days to 3 weeks, then the grapes are pressed. Wine is raised for one year in stainless steel and then one year in foudre or French oak barrels. Out of the 50 barrels used to age the wine, 1 or

Domaine Maestracci 'E Prove' Rouge 2009
91  Wine Advocate 
Wine Advocate 91 "Juicy, ripe cassis and blackberry are shadowed in the nose of Raoust’s 2009 Corse Calvi E Prove by their high-toned distilled counterparts, along with lavender, rosemary, pork rind, and game. The tang of berry skin; crunch of seeds; piquant glow of resinous herbs; sweet pungency