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Vincent Fleith Cremant Brut

The Fleith name has deep roots in Alsatian viticulture.  In 1661 Antoine Fleith planted a vineyard here.  Skip a head a few generations to the 1970s where René Fleith establishes 4 hectares of vines and a wine estate and began to sell his wines.  Today, Vincent Fleith, looks after wine production at the estate.  He took some time to work in the wine industries of California, Australia and Beaujolais and returned home to Alsace to run the now 9 hectare estate.  He practices biodynamic viticulture and is a member of the association Vignes Vivantes.  His commitment producing authentic wines that express terroir is evident in each sip.  

  • Wine Type

    Sparkling

  • Country

    France

  • Size

    750ml

  • Food Pairing

    AperitifCheeseSeafood

  • Grape

    AuxerroisPinot BlancPinot NoirRiesling

  • Region

    Alsace

Vincent Fleith Pinot Gris Steinweg

The Fleith name has deep roots in Alsatian viticulture.  In 1661 Antoine Fleith planted a vineyard here.  Skip a head a few generations to the 1970s where René Fleith establishes 4 hectares of vines and a wine estate and began to sell his wines.  Today, Vincent Fleith, looks after wine production at the estate.  He took some time to work in the wine industries of California, Australia and Beaujolais and returned home to Alsace to run the now 9 hectare estate.  He practices biodynamic viticulture and is a member of the association Vignes Vivantes.  His commitment producing authentic wines that express terroir is evident in each sip.  

  • Wine Type

    White Wine

  • Country

    France

  • Size

    750ml

  • Food Pairing

    ChickenGoat cheesePasta in cream sauces

  • Region

    Alsace

  • Grape

    Pinot Gris

Vincent Fleith Gewurztraminer Letzenberg

The Fleith name has deep roots in Alsatian viticulture.  In 1661 Antoine Fleith planted a vineyard here.  Skip a head a few generations to the 1970s where René Fleith establishes 4 hectares of vines and a wine estate and began to sell his wines.  Today, Vincent Fleith, looks after wine production at the estate.  He took some time to work in the wine industries of California, Australia and Beaujolais and returned home to Alsace to run the now 9 hectare estate.  He practices biodynamic viticulture and is a member of the association Vignes Vivantes.  His commitment producing authentic wines that express terroir is evident in each sip.  

  • Wine Type

    White Wine

  • Country

    France

  • Size

    750ml

  • Food Pairing

    Blue CheeseFoie GrasSpicy Foods

  • Grape

    Gewürztraminer

  • Region

    Alsace

Chateau Les Bugadelles Cuvee 4 Vents La Clape

Chateau Les Bugadelles is located in the South of France, in the La Clape uplands in the heart of Languedoc, between Narbonne and the Mediterranean. Jean-Claude Albert and his family bought the estate in 2004 and has since then breathed new life into it. Abandoned for over a century, the 400 hectares of scrubland or garrigue had become overrun by kermes oak and wild boar. Driven by a commitment to excellence, the family identified the finest terroirs and prepared the land to plant vines as well as olive groves, truffle oaks and fruit trees.

The soils are mainly limestone with some sandstone, red clay and shale.   The estate’s virgin soils and the strong incentive to respect the environment and produce authentic, idiosyncratic wines have been naturally conducive to going down the organic route. Only the natural products and viticultural techniques permitted for organic wine growing are used in this unspoilt wilderness.  Here, the sheep take care of the weeds and provide the finest organic manure for this beautiful vineyard. Ewes are also beneficial to the garrigue because they aerate the soils and protect against forest fires. Les Bugadelles goes well beyond the basic prerequisites for organic, reverting to ancient farming wisdom whilst simultaneously using cutting edge technology. 

Domaine Les Bugadelles is certified organic.  Their signature style is top Mediterranean wines that are distinctive, refined, dense and fresh. They are also extremely palatable. The whites contain very few sulphites, a feature which loyal customers appreciate because it ensures they keep a clear head after a meal. 

  • Wine Type

    Red Wine

  • Country

    France

  • Size

    750ml

  • Food Pairing

    Blue CheeseGrilled MeatCharcuterie

  • Region

    Languedoc-Roussillon

  • Grape

    CarignanGrenacheMourvedreSyrah

  • Sub-Region

    La Clape

Chateau Brehat Cotes de Castillon

In 2010, Béatrice and Jérôme de Monteil decided it was time for a complete change of career and lifestyle and threw themselves wholeheartedly into running Château Haut-Rocher. It has been owned by the family since the 15th century and is located within the original boundaries of the Saint-Emilion wine region, in the village of Saint-Etienne de Lisse. Some people thought they were mad, others believed it was out of ambition, or out of a love of wine or to write another chapter in the property’s history. Whatever the reason, the couple’s adventure continues, guided by their unfailing drive to maximise the quality of their wines.

The property boasts 13 hectares of vines – 8ha in the Saint-Emilion Grand Cru appellation area and 5ha in Castillon Côtes de Bordeaux , respectively producing Château Haut-Rocher and Château Bréhat.

Their commitment is also financial and they have invested significantly in the vineyards and winery. Béatrice and Jérôme de Monteil continue to raise the bar in terms of standards, whilst aiming for organic certification by making a firm commitment to environmental management. 

With the support of their team of technicians and consultant winemaker Thomas Duclos, they are realising their ambitions, an achievement underpinned by their authentic and generous Saint-Emilion vineyards.

  • Wine Type

    Red Wine

  • Country

    France

  • Size

    750ml

  • Food Pairing

    Lamb StewShepherd PieDuck

  • Grape

    Cabernet FrancCabernet SauvignonMerlot

  • Region

    Bordeaux

  • Sub-Region

    Cotes de Castillon

Bruno Paillard 1er Cuvee Extra Brut

Maison Bruno Paillard sprang from its founder’s desire to create a champagne that exemplifies balance and purity.  A great champagne for Bruno Paillard is  above all  an “assemblage”, blending: of diverse crus, grape varieties and vintages. It is about the constant desire to capture the quintessential finesse and elegance which champagne can bring when it is served with love and care.

Champagne is rich in its extreme diversity… different terroirs and crus all have unique personalities. For one house, putting together a wine is very like for a painter carefully choosing the origin of colours.  The house has consistently worked with grapes grown by the same families since it was founded. Likewise, parcels of land have been carefully chosen.  Maison Bruno Paillard manages many “Grand Cru” classified vineyards whose grapes make up the Champagne Paillard cuvees. 

The vineyard team, led by Mathieu Pingret, applies a sustainable approach to viticulture. No herbicides or pesticides are used; ploughing; partial grassing; regular analysis and specific approaches to each plots, and certified organic fertilizers only. This commitment to sustainable viticulture is also illustrated in a multitude of smaller details, for example, planting roses close to vineyards. As well as promoting biodiversity, it allows the viticultural team to detect possible mildew attacks; as the rose is more sensitive to the disease than a vine, it will be affected first.  The creation of flower covered headlands comprising various local species to promote natural biodiversity in the vineyard. The presence of different varieties of flower supports bee populations and pollination of the vines.

  • Wine Type

    Sparkling

  • Country

    France

  • Size

    750ml

  • Food Pairing

    AperitifLobsterSeafood

  • Grape

    ChardonnayPinot MeunierPinot Noir

  • Region

    Champagne

Palazzo Brunello di Montalcino

The Palazzo estate is located in an idyllic Tuscan landscape, on the south-eastern slope of Montalcino, at an altitude of 320 metres above sea level. The land was purchased by the Loia/Palazzo family in 1983, upon their return home to Italy after living in the UK for many years. The family moved into the area at the right time-Brunello was just starting to make a name for itself locally and internationally. Today, the estate covers an area of approximately 15 hectares- of which 4 hectares are devoted to vineyards and 3 hectares to olive trees. In 1986 they began producing wine. Since the vines were still young, they only produced Rosso di Montalcino. But in 1995, once the vines reached nine years of age, they finally began to harvest the grapes for the production of Brunello di Montalcino. The entire production, including farming, harvesting, vinification, ageing and marketing is managed by the Loia family- along with the help of consulting oenologist Fabrizio Ciufoli. Over the years, the Loia-Palazzo family and cellar has grown, and above all, the quality of the wines – including this Brunello – have achieved a high level of excellence.

  • Wine Type

    Red Wine

  • Country

    Italy

  • Size

    750ml

  • Food Pairing

    LambPasta with Tomato SauceRoast meats

  • Grape

    Sangiovese Grosso

  • Region

    Tuscany

  • Sub-Region

    Montalcino

Scribe Rose Pet Nat

Scribe Winery in Sonoma, California produces vibrant, terroir-driven wines. The winery–founded in 2007 on a property that pioneered pre-prohibition Sonoma Valley winemaking–is managed by fourth-generation California farmers and brothers, Andrew and Adam Mariani.

Andrew and Adam believe that the best wines are a result of a healthy relationship between man and nature, and that a vineyard managed in harmony with the greater ecosystem results in more site-specific wines that represent a sense of time and place. When vinified with non-interventionist methods, the result is a distinct wine that faithfully reflects what the vineyard naturally expresses.

  • Wine Type

    Sparkling

  • Country

    USA

  • Region

    California

  • Size

    750ml

  • Food Pairing

    PanniniFish TacosSeafood

  • Sub-Region

    Sonoma

Scribe Cabernet Atlas West

 Scribe Winery in Sonoma, California produces vibrant, terroir-driven wines. The Vaca Mountains are the easternmost of California’s Coastal Range, slicing deftly between the Napa and Sacramento valleys. Sitting atop this range is Atlas Peak, a jagged, fertile mountain slope that has been home to vineyards since the late 1800s. This wild edge of California has been Scribe’s Napa outpost since 2007.  The winery sits on a property that pioneered pre-prohibition Sonoma Valley winemaking–is managed by fourth-generation California farmers and brothers, Andrew and Adam Mariani.

  • Wine Type

    Red Wine

  • Country

    USA

  • Region

    California

  • Size

    750ml

  • Grape

    Cabernet Sauvignon

  • Food Pairing

    SteakLambRoast meats

  • Sub-Region

    Napa Valley

  • Vintage

    2017

Grand Pre TM Riesling

Domaine de Grand Pré makes polished and elegant Nova Scotian wines. The Domaine is known for its crisp and clean flavour profile and they pride themselves in using only 100 per cent Nova Scotian grown grapes. They grow specialty grapes that were developed for the Nova Scotian climate and landscape and the resulting wines wine awards year after year.

  • Wine Type

    Sparkling

  • Size

    750ml

  • Country

    Canada

  • Food Pairing

    Soft CheeseCold SaladsSeafood

  • Region

    Nova Scotia

  • Grape

    Riesling

Gut Oggau Joshuari

Gut Oggau is a biodynamic wine estate in Oggau, Burgenland, Austria owned and operated by Eduard Tscheppe and Stephanie Tscheppe-Eselböck. Edward grew up making wine with his father and Stephanie’s family have a Michelin star restaurant. In 2007 the couple focused their energies into reviving a dilapidated winery, including a 200 year old screw press and abandoned vineyards. Their approach was to farm according to organic and biodynamic principles from the beginning and the results are impressive and their wines have garnered a cult-like following amongst natural wine lovers worldwide.

  • Wine Type

    Red Wine

  • Country

    Austria

  • Size

    750ml

  • Food Pairing

    Soft CheeseCharcuterieSausages

  • Grape

    Blaufrankish

  • Region

    Burgenland

Gut Oggau Theodora

Gut Oggau is a biodynamic wine estate in Oggau, Burgenland, Austria owned and operated by Eduard Tscheppe and Stephanie Tscheppe-Eselböck. Edward grew up making wine with his father and Stephanie’s family have a Michelin star restaurant. In 2007 the couple focused their energies into reviving a dilapidated winery, including a 200 year old screw press and abandoned vineyards. Their approach was to farm according to organic and biodynamic principles from the beginning and the results are impressive and their wines have garnered a cult-like following amongst natural wine lovers worldwide.

  • Country

    Austria

  • Region

    Burgenland

  • Size

    750ml

  • Wine Type

    White Wine

  • Food Pairing

    AperitifSeafoodWarm Vegetable Dishes

  • Grape

    Gruner Veltliner

Quintarelli Valpolicella Classico Superiore

The late, great Giuseppe Quintarelli, succeeded in establishing his mythical and legendary estate during an amazing sixty-year career. Quintarelli’s wines express the tradition, love, heart, and soul of the terroir in the hills of Verona. Giuseppe’s daughter Fiorenza, his son-in-law Giampaolo, and his grandsons Francesco and Lorenzo are all keeping a close watch over the family’s legacy and to this day, Giuseppe Quintarelli remains one of the icons of Italy. The wines are released only when deemed ready, not a moment sooner.

  • Country

    Italy

  • Region

    Veneto

  • Sub-Region

    Valpolicella

  • Size

    750ml

  • Wine Type

    Red Wine

  • Food Pairing

    CheeseGameRed Meat

  • Grape

    Corvina

Clos Puy Arnaud

Clos Puy Arnaud is an organic and biodynamic wine estate making wine under the Grand Vin de Bordeaux Appellation.   The estate has a history dating back to back to at least 1871 in the Cotes de Castillon region. However, the modern era for the estate begins in the year 2000 when Thierry Valette purchased the estate. Thierry Valette is related to the Valette family that also own Chateau Troplong Mondot and previously, Chateau Pavie.  The 11 hectare Right Bank vineyard of Clos Puy Arnaud is planted to 70% Merlot, 25% Cabernet Franc and 5% Cabernet Sauvignon. It is the goal of Clos Puy Arnaud to increase the amount of Cabernet Franc in the vineyards over time to 40%. They are also planning on adding a small parcel of Petit Verdot and perhaps Malbec as well. On average, the vines are close to 30 years of age. But they also have old vines that are more than 60 years of age. The vineyard has a terroir of limestone and clay soils.  However, they are located on the top of the Castillon plateau and the limestone in soil is unique. It is known as asteries, which is the hardest type of limestone found in nature.

  • Wine Type

    Red Wine

  • Country

    France

  • Size

    750ml

  • Food Pairing

    CheesePorkRed Meat

  • Grape

    Cabernet FrancCabernet SauvignonMerlot

  • Region

    Bordeaux

  • Sub-Region

    Cotes-de-Castillon

Durban Vaucluse Blanc

Sourced from the terroirs around Domaine de Durban, the grapes for this white Rhône are sourced from parcels next to the village of Beaumes-de-Venise. These vineyards were traditionally used for the family’s personal consumption, and many of the unused grapes were sold off in bulk. As none of this was for commercial bottling, the Leydier family made no effort to have these parcels included in the A.O.C. Côtes du Rhône when the boundaries were first established in 1937. Upon hearing that the family had been selling these grapes to the local cave cooperative in Vacqueyras, Kermit presented the Leydiers the idea of creating a value-driven second label. The plan soon evolved into a collaboration between the family and Kermit. Together, they bottle both a Vin de Pays de Vaucluse Rouge and Blanc.

  • Country

    France

  • Region

    Rhone

  • Sub-Region

    Vaucluse

  • Size

    750ml

  • Wine Type

    White Wine

  • Food Pairing

    CheesePoultrySeafood

Tornatore Etna Rosso

A rising star in the Etna region, Tornatore is becoming one of the region’s biggest and most respected wineries. Their vineyards are located at an altitude of 1,000 meters above sea level on the north side of this active volcano.

Out of a Sicilian family heritage that traces back to the 17th century, the Tornatore’s Mount Etna wine ventures began in 1865. Today the family’s operations are headed by Giuseppe Tornatore, a businessman whose expertise led to the acquisition of some of the region’s finest north-facing vineyards in the early 2000’s. That heritage and the Tornatore’s profound respect and understanding of the land is showcased in wines that capture the essence of Etna, deftly balancing concentrated flavors, complexity, freshness and refinement.

The company lies in the northern side of Mount Etna, the highest active volcano in Europe. The soils have volcanic origin and were created through the disintegration of lava, ash and stones from previous volcanic eruptions. The climate on the northern side of the Etna is characterized by mild temperatures, and more rain fall reflecting the influence of the Volcano. The combination of soil, climate and the skill of the winemakers, have made the northern slope of Etna an ideal area for the production of high-quality wines. “Our vineyards and our winery are only a few kilometers from our family home. Our entire family is rooted there. We have the greatest respect for this region, and we believe we have a responsibility to be stewards of Etna and to reflect its distinct character in our wines.” – Giuseppe Tornatore

  • Wine Type

    Red Wine

  • Country

    Italy

  • Size

    750ml

  • Food Pairing

    SardinesPasta with Tomato SauceSausages

  • Grape

    Nerello CappuccioNerello Mascalese

  • Region

    Sicily

  • Sub-Region

    Etna

Bluff Cider Can

Bluff Cider is a small, family-run cidery based in Avonport, Nova Scotia. Their aim is to produce high-quality table ciders for you to enjoy with your family and friends.

  • Beer Type

    Cider Learn More

  • Size

    355ml

  • Country

    Canada

  • Region

    Nova Scotia

  • Sub-Region

    Avonport

Great Lakes Citraddiction XPA

Great Lakes Brewery is independently owned and operated with over 30 years in the craft beer business, making them one of the oldest craft breweries in Ontario. Based in Toronto at 30 Queen Elizabeth Blvd. GLB makes fresh, well-made beer in a variety of styles!

  • Country

    Canada

  • Region

    Ontario

  • Size

    473ml

  • Beer Style

    American Pale Ale

  • Beer Type

    Ale Learn More

  • Sub-Region

    Etobicoke

Great Lakes Burst New England Pale Ale

Great Lakes Brewery is independently owned and operated with over 30 years in the craft beer business, making them one of the oldest craft breweries in Ontario. Based in Toronto at 30 Queen Elizabeth Blvd. GLB makes fresh, well-made beer in a variety of styles!

  • Country

    Canada

  • Region

    Ontario

  • Size

    473ml

  • Beer Style

    American Pale Ale

  • Beer Type

    Ale Learn More

  • Sub-Region

    Etobicoke

Great Lakes Canuck Pale Ale

Great Lakes Brewery is independently owned and operated with over 30 years in the craft beer business, making them one of the oldest craft breweries in Ontario. Based in Toronto at 30 Queen Elizabeth Blvd. GLB makes fresh, well-made beer in a variety of styles!

  • Country

    Canada

  • Region

    Ontario

  • Sub-Region

    Etobicoke

  • Size

    473ml

  • Beer Style

    American Pale Ale

  • Beer Type

    Ale Learn More

Sourwood Kissabell Pet-Nat

Sourwood Cider makes dry, sour, unfiltered ciders. Based in the HRM, they source fresh-pressed juice from local apples grown in the Annapolis Valley. Sourwood works with wild and alternative yeasts, and focuses on creating unique flavour profiles. They are currently experimenting with ciders aged on fruit, have started to release more mature offerings with deeper complexity.

  • Beer Type

    Cider Learn More

  • Size

    750ml

  • Country

    Canada

  • Region

    Nova Scotia

  • Sub-Region

    Halifax

Gekkeikan Horin Black and Gold Sake 750ml

This quality Sake is produced in the United States. It is a Junmai-shu style and a unique blend of two carefully selected sakes; the rise was milled to 60% and 70 % by our sake master and the result is a rich, complex sake. 

  • Country

    United States

  • Region

    California

  • Size

    750ml

  • Food Pairing

    PorkPoultrySeafood

Gekkeikan Blueberry Sake

Gekkeikan Blueberry sake is made from Traditional Junmai Sake infused with blueberry flavor. 

  • Wine Type

    Sake

  • Country

    USA

  • Region

    California

  • Size

    750ml

Gekkeikan Nigori Sake 300ml

Gekkeikan Nigori is a rough-filtered Junmai-shu. By definition Nigori means ‘cloudy’ and this style of sake is thicker and creamier in texture, with a milk-like appearance. The ‘cloudiness’ comes from the rice sediment which remains in the sake after it has been passed through a special coarse-mesh filter. Characteristically sweet with a creamy medium-body. Hints of honey and tropical fruit aromas and flavors terminate into a long finish.

Gekkeikan’s founder, Jiemon Okura established his sake brewery in the town of Fushimi, a location well-known for its high quality water. Access to the ideal ingredients combined with the location enabled Okura and his successors’ business to thrive. Today, Gekkeikan’s passion for pleasing the sake connoisseur remains unchanged. Dedicated just as the founder was over 370 years ago, both Gekkeikan Japan and Gekkeikan USA continue the tradition of taste and quality.

  • Wine Type

    Sake

  • Country

    USA

  • Region

    California

  • Size

    300ml

Gekkeikan Pineapple Sake

Gekkeikan Pineapple sake is made from Traditional Junmai Sake infused with pineapple flavor. 

  • Wine Type

    Sake

  • Country

    USA

  • Region

    California

  • Size

    750ml

Gekkeikan Sake 1500ml

Gekkeikan Traditional is the world’s most popular Junmai-shu! It embodies the signature Gekkeikan style and represents over 370 years and 14 generations of sake brewing experience. Herbaceous with hints of grapefruit and a light earthiness. Good acidity, mineral driven, well-balanced with a clean, medium finish.

  • Wine Type

    Sake

  • Country

    USA

  • Region

    California

  • Size

    1500ml

Armagnac Castarede VS

Armagnac is France’s oldest wine based eau-de-vie, produced in the southwest of France, with over 700 years of History. Known for its therapeutic properties during medieval times, Armagnac rose in the XVII century to become a convenience good.  Around 1830, the only way to transport goods was via navigable channels, thus Armagnac trading houses started to settle near the Baïse, a tributary river of the Garonne estuary. The decree of the 25th of May 1909 outlined the production zone for the Armagnac eau-de-vie and its three regions, followed by the decree of the 6th of August 1936 which defined the ‘Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée’ Armagnac and its production process. Unlike Cognac, which takes its name from a town, Armagnac, is named after a local Sovereign family.

  • Country

    France

  • Region

    Armagnac

  • Size

    750ml

  • Spirit Type

    Armagnac Learn More

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