This juicy, jammy Zinfandel delivers appealing black raspberry, black cherry, spice, vanilla, cocoa and cinnamon notes.
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The name is derived from the battle (“bataille”) that took place where the château and vineyard are today during the Hundred Years’ War, around 1453. In this battle, the French re-conquered the neighboring Château Latour from the English, a crucial point for ending the 300 year long reign of the English in Aquitaine. The vineyards spread out over 57 hectares with the average vine age being 40 years old. The soil is silica and gravel, but the heart of the vineyard is on a deep gravel bed over a subsoil of clay and sandstone. There are also some parcels located in between Château Latour and Pichon Lalande. Bold and fruity, this is a black-currant-flavored wine with soft tannins. In this vintage, the crisp acidity has also kicked in to give the wine its lift and to balance the ripe flavors.
This glorious Gamay boasts blackberry, cassis, baking spice, and crushed rock converge on a lush, long finish. A beautiful balance between fruit and acidity, the 2018 Dupeuble Beaujolais reminds us of a $30 Cru Beaujolais with its depth and structure. It has lift, vibrancy, and loads of spice and minerality.
Effusively fruity and light bodied, offering terrific floral notes, persistent effervescence, and a clean, delicate finish. There is perfect body and weight in this crystal clear, pure sparkling wine. It’s an ideal aperitif to enjoy any day of the year.
This Cabernet Sauvignon has great texture and structure with a medium mouthfeel. There are aromas of dark plum, cherry, cassis, warm barrel spice, vanilla and dark chocolate. In the glass there are concentrated flavors of cherry, cassis, blackberry, plum, spice, tobacco and chocolate.
Well-balanced and fresh, with a floral overtone and citrusy acidity mixing with flavors of candied orange zest, baked peach, graham cracker and dried papaya. Drink now.
An herbal style of Sauvignon Blanc with aromas of grass, fresh herbs and grapefruit with a clean, fresh finish. The mostly stainless steel fermentation makes this a crisp wine that would pair well with dishes with cream sauce.
The Chasselas grape—a specialty of Switzerland, where it represents the most commonly planted white variety and is responsible for some truly spectacular wines—also has a small Alsatian stronghold, with roughly one hundred hectares to its name. Chez Boxler, it is fortunate enough to enjoy a privileged position on the granite slopes of Niedermorschwihr. Here, it becomes the reincarnation of a bubbling mountain spring, zipping across the palate with a refreshing tingle of spritz. Alsatian Chasselas—it’s shockingly thirst-quenching!
Although Boxler is best known for their single variety wines, this unique cuvée is a blend of Boxler’s top Riesling, Pinot Blanc, and Pinot Gris. Lush, floral, and citrus-driven, the wine shows notes of stone fruit, tangerine, and honeysuckle. Pair with various takeout cuisines that pack a bit of heat, specifically Thai or Indian.