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Erste + Neue Pinot Grigio

Erste + Neue was established as the first wine co-operative created in Kaltern, Alto Adige in 1900. They now have approximately 500 growers contributing grapes from ~280 hectares of vineyards. The co-op vinifies 13 different grape varieties including local grapes such as Gewurztraminer, Lagrein as well as international favorites like Pinot Noir, Cabernet and Merlot. With Gerhard Sanin as the Cellar Master, the winery combines established wine-making traditions with modern cellar technologies. The result is well-balanced, fresh mountain wines with captivating aromatics and elegance.

We love how their Pinot Grigio is interesting while also maintaining familiarity. The wine was fermented and aged in stainless steel, sustaining its freshness. It experiences “long contact with the fine yeast,” yet the amount of time isn’t specified by the producer.

Abbazia di Novacella Kerner


Located in the town of Novacella in the Isarco River Valley, Abbazia was founded in 1142 by the Augustinian Order of Canons Regular. The Augustians are not monks in the sense that you may be familiar with: they’ve taken vows of poverty, chastity and obedience to their superiors; but they also work to support themselves as a part of their community. To this end, the Abbey not only grows grapes for winemaking, but also farms apples and vegetables, and there is a small school devoted primarily to studies of viticulture.

The Abbey’s reputation as a winery is stellar and international. In 2009, Italy’s influential Gambero Rosso named Celestino Lucin, the abbey’s enologist, Winemaker of the Year. The estate has long been known for producing world class white wines with a tremendous price/quality ratio. The Abbey owns 6 hectares near the winery in Novacella as well as 15 hectares at their Marklhof estate near Bolzano. For the rest of production, they work with over 50 small growers in the region. While famous for their crisp, mineral-driven whites, the estate has also received acclaim for its “formidable reds.” The aromatic Pinot Nero is one of the best that Italy has to offer. Kerner is a varietal bred in 1929 by crossing Trollinger, a red varietal, and Riesling. It’s best known for having a racy, linear acidity and incredible lean-bodied freshness.

Beckham Estate Rosé of Pinot Noir


Thirty minutes south of Portland, winding roads lead to a hilltop in Oregon’s Chehalem Mountains, where you’ll find the Beckham Estate. Upon moving in 2004 with the intent of building a ceramics studio, Andrew and Annedria Beckham became inspired by the local farming community and in 2005 began clearing and planting the property surrounding their home. While consciously leaving riparian zones for natural habitat and wildlife the Beckhams progressively expanded the vineyard to nearly half of their 34 acres including 6 grape varietals while also constructing a tasting room, winery, and fully functioning ceramics studio. Andrew has 25 years of ceramics making & teaching. Him & Annedria’s passions for both ceramics and wine led them to found a winery that is one of the only places where the terracotta vessels used for fermenting and aging are made on-site, which they take great pride in hence the amphora vessel depicted on their labels.


This rosé is 100% Pinot Noir from the Willamette Valley that is crisp, refreshing and easy to drink, with hints of fresh cut red fruits from start to finish.

Dom. les Trois Toits Muscadet Sèvre et Maine


Domaine les Trois Toits is recognised throughout the small region of Vertou for its uncompromising attention to detail and quiet excellence. Their vision is simple: showcase the appellation of Muscadet to the world while advocating for the environment and remaining close to their local community. The estate of the Trois Toits, which translates to “three roofs” and represents the architecture of the domaine’s main building, is ideally-located beside the Sèvre River. The vines benefit from the oceanic climate and are naturally moderated by other neighboring rivers. This combined with biodynamic farming and constant nurturing brings us superior fruit that properly exhibits the terroir’s finesse.


Muscadet is commonly aged on lees, which are particles of yeast that naturally settle during winemaking. Allowing these particles to remain through the 8-month aging process results in a rounded texture and a distinctly yeasty aroma, similar to fresh bread. In Phileas’s case, a portion of the lees were stirred. Agitating the lees while aging brings these qualities to the forefront of the wine’s flavor profile, making it particularly rich while maintaining classic minerality - true to regional style. Always made with the versatile grape Melon de Bourgogne, this wine is perfect with seafood, raw fish, cold cuts, some Asian cuisine, and much more.

Remoissenet Père et Fils Bourgogne Blanc

The name Remoissenet stands for refined, classic Burgundy wines amongst collectors. A leading light in Beaune, this 150-year-old estate is a definitive source for the finest wines Burgundy has to offer. The team at Remoissenet wears two separate yet related hats. The first is as a high-quality, small-batch négociant, maintaining long-term and close relationships with growers up and down the Côte. The second is as a vine-growing estate with an expanding stable of Burgundy’s most lauded vineyards, all cared for according to biodynamic principles.

Winemaking is philosophically non-interventionist, with winemaker Claudie Jobard preferring to “let the grapes speak” as clearly as possible. Portions of the fruit for this wine were sourced from declassified villages of both Chablis and Puligny-Montrachet. The grapes were pressed in full-clusters and fermented on indigenous yeasts in 342L French oak barrels as well as in stainless steel tanks. Aged in both barrel and tank. This stunning Chardonnay punches way above its weight year after year. It is fresh and lively yet silky with full flavors of citrus and pear.

Braunewell Riesling Kabinett


Braunewell is located in the village of Essenheim within the Rheinhessen of Germany, just 8km south of the Rhein river. The estate is a family run enterprise, with 27 hectares, operating with wisdom, sentiment, and competence. The family is serious about what they do, making wines with care and craftsmanship – it’s not an estate run by amateurs. Braunewell is contemporary, but not “modern”; it has soul and character. In general, the soils are very unusual for Rheinhessen; limestone and limey marl and loess, and only a little clay. Stefan Braunewell and his brother Christian, the third generation at the estate, aim to produce wines that are “salty and quivering,” and “less relaxed” than many Rheinhessen wines.


This Riesling is Kabinett, which means the wine was made using fully-ripened grapes of the main harvest period, usually in September. Traditionally these wines will have a moderate amount of residual sugar, as is the case here. So if you like wines with a bit of sweetness to them, this is for you! This is one of our favorite sweet wines and features elegant tasting notes of peaches, petrol, and fresh lemon.