Bordeaux


Chateau Haut Rian Chateau Haut Rian $11.00

Classic White Bordeaux with lovely, bright, tangerine grapefruit notes. Pretty Sav Blanc acidity with Semillon body. Gorgeous with seafood, especially cooked in butter sauce. How are this affordable when their red brethren are so pricey?



Haut Pougnan Bordeaux Haut Pougnan Bordeaux $12.00

From out at the edge of Bordeaux in Entres du Mers comes this straightforward, value blend. A bit lighter than most with good acid structure and ample fruit. A great wine to have around, looks like you spent big bucks but we won't tell a soul!



Commanderie de Queyret Commanderie de Queyret $14.00

A gorgeous white Bordeaux to get you salivating. 50% Sauvignon Blanc. 25% Muscadelle, 25% Semillion. Citurs, stone fruits, minerality almost like seashells and salinity. Perfect accompaniment for sea food.



Commanderie de Queyret Commanderie de Queyret $14.00

A gorgeous white Bordeaux to get you salivating. 50% Sauvignon Blanc. 25% Muscadelle, 25% Semillion. Citurs, stone fruits, minerality almost like seashells and salinity. Perfect accompaniment for sea food.





Croix de Mouchet Croix de Mouchet $15.00

A beautiful right bank Bordeaux, sure to please. Aromas of red fruits, plums and earthy notes from the terroir, followed by a vanilla and spice from oak aging. Grippy tannins and decent acid, this St. Emilion is sure to please the French wine lover in you.



Saint Hilaire Blanquette di Limoux Saint Hilaire Blanquette di Limoux $16.00

Sparkling wine that predates Champagne by at least 150 years! Light, crisp and fruity, if you like Champagne give this a try for a bargain, you wont regret it.



La Croix Mouchet St. Emilion La Croix Mouchet St. Emilion $18.00

A beautiful right bank Bordeaux, sure to please. Aromas of red fruits, plums and earthy notes from the terroir, followed by a vanilla and spice from oak aging. Grippy tannins and decent acid, this St. Emilion is sure to please the French wine lover in you.



Nicolas Sauternes Nicolas Sauternes $18.00

An affordable Sauternes?? For any fan of ice wine or dessert wines, Sauternes is the gold standard. Snuggle up with this after dinner to revel in its rich honeysuckle, stone fruit aromas and intense baked peach and honey flavors. Lovely balance of sweetness with acidity, concentration with freshness, and power with elegance.



Chateau Raymond Lafon Sauternes Chateau Raymond Lafon Sauternes $23.00

One of the top producers at a great bargain. We committed to buying this a year ago to get this price and weren’t disappointed. Lemon peel, almond, coconut, mango, quince with refreshing acidity and just a hint of tannic grip.



Rollan de By Rollan de By $33.00

A beautiful left bank Bordeaux, Merlot dominant with the usual supporting roles of Cab Sav/Franc and Petit Verdot. Rustic character showing cassis, dried red fruits, licorice, vanilla and baking spices. For a 2011 it still has some ageability if so inclined.



Chateau Aney Haut Medoc Bordeaux Chateau Aney Haut Medoc Bordeaux $33.00

A classic left bank blending of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petit Verdot and Cabernet Franc. Great structure and earthiness balanced with loads of dark fruit, Generous concentration and smoothness that is an absolute thrill to drink right now or further down the road. Kermit can pick them!



Braastad VSOP Braastad VSOP $37.00

Braastad has been a family operation, making Cognac since 1875. This V.S. is a blend of several eaux-de-vie, some of which has spent 12 years in barrel. Fruity and floral, it shows almonds and white flowers on the nose with citrus fruits and clementines on the palate. Smooth and made for sippin slowly.



Chateau Belgrave Chateau Belgrave $66.00

From a Grand Cru Classe vineyard in Haut-Medoc, this Cab dominant Bordeaux is something special. Complex aromas and flavors of red fruits, rocky soil, herbs, pepper and fennel. Grippy tannins and lengthy finish. Allow this to open up and it will tell you all its secrets.



Orchard Wine Cellar Movers and Shakers This Week

  • Tintero Moscato

    #1 Tintero Moscato

    Sori Gramella refers to the one of the only single vineyard Moscatos, and Marco is the only producer to bottle this striking limestone amphitheater commercially. Once the 30 year old vines give up their bounty, and the grapes are harvested and pressed, they are kept in stainless steel at a low temperature to prevent fermentation until an order is received in order to provide the freshest wine possible.
    (Holding the #1 spot)

  • tip top old fashion

    #2 tip top old fashion

    (behind by 4 bottles)

  • Sweet Sunset Chocolate Merlot

    #3 Sweet Sunset Chocolate Merlot

    First lets say that this is Not ChocoVine. This wine is actually made with eighty five percent Merlot and than has natural chocolate cream added to the mix. This is the wine for anyone looking for sweet red or the chocolate lover at home. Great gift for the holidays. (behind by 24 bottles)

  • Peter Adler Auslese Riesling

    #4 Peter Adler Auslese Riesling

    An amazing value for Auslese (certified ripeness) fruit from Germany's Mosel River Valley. Classic light petroleum and mineral nose yet flavor sweet and soft with hints of apricots and vanilla cake. A great German staple with pork of all kinds and cheeses from soft Brie to hard Gouda. (behind by 14 bottles)

Fun New Arrivals

  • Armas de Guerra Mencia

    Armas de Guerra Mencia

    An excellent introduction to Bierzo's native varietal, the palate is fresh, elegant, and clean. Energetic aromas of fresh blue fruits, violet and white pepper, plus a subtle touch of licorice. Supple and gently sweet on the palate, offering sappy boysenberry and floral highlights with a hint of smokiness.

  • Amon Ra

    Amon Ra

    The 2014 Amon Ra reflects the tried and true essence of the Glaetzer style - generosity of flavor with finesse of structure. The inky purple color displays the gentle but full extraction. The nose shows an abundance of dark blueberry, vanilla, black cherry and hints of cassis with notes of mixed spice and anise. Although still young and firmly wound, the vibrant blackberry and dried spice flavors integrate well with youthful yet supple tannins with the trademark loooong and sleek finish. Meant to go 10 to 15 years to hit its prime.

  • Broc Carignan

    Broc Carignan

    From 130+ yr old vines, and on original rootstock comes this remarkable Carignan. All native yeasts, no SO2 used during production means pure bright flavors of tart cherry, blueberry and unmistakeable juicy tang from carbonic maceration. Why spend $34 on wine.com?

  • Bermatinger

    Bermatinger

    Do you love Burgundy, but not the price tag attached to it? This spatburgunder from Baden gives you a stellar example of what pinot can be outside of France. Red fruits and floral notes accompanied by that earthy, forest floor, mushroom that Burgundy is known for. Beautifully balanced, definitely one that should have a place at your table.