Burgundy is likely the most prestigious wine growing region in the world. It is home to the most expensive bottle of wine (Domaine Romanee-Conti sells for $15,000/bottle) and has vineyard management and vinification traditions that are thousands of years in the making. Unlike any other region in the world, Burgundy focuses on one thing: terroir.
Chablis, not the ultra-sweet, low-quality box wine in America, but the centuries-old region in France, is unique in its offering and its history. Producing wine in Chablis is not for the feint of heart, and the unique product make it an interesting buy...here's why:
Port is a sweet, red, fortified wine from the Duoro Valley area of Portugal. Unlike typical dry wines, Ports add a neutral grape spirit known as aguardente to fortify it. Most commonly enjoyed as a dessert wine because it is rich and sweet, Port comes in several styles (see list below). We offer many of them and in all price ranges.
Yes, Bordeaux produces mainly red wine, but did you know that about 10% of all Bordeaux wine is white? Dry White Bordeaux, primarily from the Pessac Leognan appellation, are in the same class as the world's best white wines. We have many Pessac-Leognan dry whites featured in the list below, but we also have several from other sub-appellations, like the popular "Y" wines from Yquem.