Gold Wine Dispenser

2021 Las Jaras “Superbloom”


From the winemaker-

“Superbloom is named after the wildflowers that erupt in the desert after a wetter-than-normal rainy season. They’re a sign that winter is over and warmer, happier days are ahead.”

This rosé is a blend of red and white Rhône varietals sourced from a single vineyard with no additions throughout the fermentation process, including the 11-14 days of cold carbonic maceration. Natural malolactic fermentation occurs resulting in plenty of texture to accompany notes of rhubarb, spice, and minerality. Pairs well with warm summer nights.

2020 Bodegas Pinoso Zillamina


Formerly known as “Fermina,” this Spanish blend of Macabeo & Airén is lively, aromatic, and versatile.

Bodegas Pinoso is a cooperative of over 200 members and was originally established in 1932. With over 1200 hectares of vines in Alicante and a vision in ecological wine production, this group has been bringing us quality Spanish wine  and will continue for decades to come.


In production, these grapes were lightly crushed and macerated at a low temperature followed by a 30-day tank fermentation. Expect fresh apples, lean texture, and an acidic finish. Whether you’re pairing Zillamina with food or treating yourself to a glass on its own, the refreshing nature of this wine will leave you reaching for more.


2018 Dom. du Closel “La Jalousie” Savennières


Savennières is one of the most prestigious winegrowing appellations of the Loire Valley, found just inland of the Eastern coast of France. Producing highly sought-after Chenin blanc is their wheelhouse. La Jalousie is one of Closel’s many expressions of Chenin, composed of their earliest harvest of grapes.


There are many remarkable qualities about this wine. Schist soils, masterful biodynamic viticulture, and every precise winemaking decision along the way grants us a wine that is dry, round, and fresh. Tasting notes are fun and complex, yet so elegant. This includes honeysuckle and white tea, savory herbs, grapefruit, baking spices, saline, and many more.

Pro tip: If La Jalousie is within reach, have a glass or three. Whenever a bottle is open, a good time will follow.


Brundlmayer Ried Loiserberg G.V. 2020


The Brundlmayer family has been making incredible wine for generations using sustainable practices and ecological balance. Gruner Veltliner makes up roughly a third of their entire production, and the one in your glass comes from their site in Loiserberg.
Loiserberg is a mountain vineyard located in Kamptal of Northern Austria. The slopes of this site face south-east which keep the vines relatively sheltered from strong winds. The vineyard's position combined with its loess and schist soils result in a Gruner that is vibrant and fresh. Tasting notes to expect include citrusy acidity, yellow flowers, ripe pear, and a slight salinity. This makes the wine an excellent pairing for seafood starter plates, vegetal rice bowls, white meat in general, and roasted pork. It's one of our favorite "can't go wrong" wines. Cheers!

2019 Frédéric Magnien Bourgogne Blanc


Frédéric Magnien is a fifth generation winemaker, highly expressive of his reverence for Burgundian terroir. Managing the estate, which has been certified biodynamic since 2015, he strives to create quality wines that are reflective of the land. Since 1996, the Magnien family has been aligning their viticultural process with “the rhythm of the moon cycles.” Their broad selection of available wines spans Burgundy’s most prestigious regions while maintaining their goal of respecting what this area has to offer.


This Chardonnay is blended from separate plots in Chambolle-Musigny, Fixin, Marsannay, and Meursault which are then pressed and fermented whole-cluster. Finished in French oak, the wine reflects classic notes of apple, citrus, and hazelnut supported by a strong limestone minerality.

Pascal Janvier "Cuvee Sainte Narcisse" Jasnieres 2018


Jasnieres is one of the smallest appellations of France's Loire Valley, producing exclusively Chenin Blanc in a way that is completely unique from its neighboring terroirs. Here you'll find clay, limestone, and flint soils which express many of Chenin's best characteristics including a strong minerality, notes of honey, tropical fruit, and more. This complexity makes it a great conversation piece and a very versatile choice for food pairings. Ranging from a funky charcuterie board to spicy rice noodles to buttery seafood... the list could go on.

Although production volume from Jasnieres is smaller than many, there's something especially charming about them. We hope you'll love this appellation as much as we do!