The most intriguing wines live at the intersection of Old World and New World winemaking. A modern rosé built on centuries of heritage in Provence. An old-school rosé crafted from New World dirt in Washington State.... Read More
Aromatics with gravity, the wine pulls you in with notes of blueberry, black fig, bloodied strawberry and hints of musk and rhubarb. Bold on the entry, the palate exudes rich notes of dark plum and ripe framboise with a slightly... Read More
As a negociant and vinificateur (winery), Caves d’esclans identifies vineyards, grapes and wines from château d’esclans as well as local growers to make what has reputedly become the world’s greatest rosé.... Read More
Dubonnet is the nation's top selling aperitif, with a long and storied history that is enjoying renewed popularity as consumers return to "classic cocktails". Dubonnet was once the preferred beverage of the French Foreign... Read More
Beaujolais Nouveau is a French tradition that celebrates the first wine of a new vintage. This fresh and fruity wine is bottled only a few weeks after harvest and is meant to be enjoyed immediately upon release.