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2012 Jean-Marie Chaland Macon Villages Les Tilles

Sneaky – that’s the way I see it anyway. The 2012 Mâcon Villages Les Tilles from Jean-Marie Chaland is sneaky the way its flavors intensify with repeated sips. With an unoaked Chardonnay from the Mâconnais you might not expect much … Continue reading

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2009 Viré-Clessé Vieilles Vignes – J.M. Chaland

Independence Day? Really? How nice that it falls on a Monday this year to give us all a long weekend. So, what are y’all doing? Plenty of good weather going around these days. Family gatherings, parades, barbecues and baseball; whatever … Continue reading

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Domaine Jean-Marie Chaland: Wines from the Mâconnais

Editor’s note: The boss is usually way to busy to send out emails, and quite frankly, still is. Though here’s a rare glimpse into one of his discoveries earlier this year that’s NOW IN STOCK!!! This estate was the big … Continue reading

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2012 Saint-Aubin 1er Cru En Remilly From Sylvain Langoureau

Happy Independence Day! We hope you’re all having a wonderful long weekend, capped off by a festive 4th. Our staff is taking what is a long weekend ourselves, being closed both days this weekend, but we’ll be back on Monday! … Continue reading

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Spring=Chardonnay=Domaine Sainte Barbe

2012 Viré-Clessé from Domaine Sainte Barbe Now that it’s officially spring, we can look ahead to all of the excitement that comes with it! Of the many great things about springtime, especially here in SF, is the warmer weather. And … Continue reading

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The Wine House SF – Our Top 10 Wines Of 2014

The Wine House SF – Top 10 Wines of 2014 It started out as a concept brought to light while fighting off a bout of insomnia, but after five years, it seems to have stuck. A Top Ten Wines of … Continue reading

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Filed under 2011 Bordeaux, Barsac, Cotes de Bourg, Kakheti, Peter Zavialoff, Sonoma Coast, Stephane Magnien

2010 Domaine Sainte Barbe Perle de Roche Cremant de Bourgogne

If it isn’t Champagne, what do you call it? In France, the term used to denote a sparkling wine other than Champagne is Crémant. The 2010 Crémant de Bourgogne Perle de Roche from Domaine Sainte Barbe is therefore technically not … Continue reading

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Filed under Anya Balistreri, Cremant, Cremant de Bourgogne, Sparkling wine

Auxey-Duresses From Domaine Lafouge

In the last few years, David’s prospecting trips to Burgundy have been quite fruitful. One by one, we’ve added the likes of Domaine Michel Bouzereau et fils, Domaine Sainte Barbe, Sylvain Langoureau, Domaine Bart, Michel-Andreotti, Gabriel Billard and Claudie Jobard, Genot-Boulanger, and Stephane Magnien to our roster of … Continue reading

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2011 Rully Montagne La Folie from Claudie Jobard

We have been promising the arrival of some new whites from France, specifically Burgundy, to go along with David’s other terrific finds, Michel-Andreotti, Pernot-Belicard and J-M Chaland. Our most recent container has brought a bevy of Burgundian beauties beginning with this stunner from producer Claudie … Continue reading

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The Wine House San Francisco: Our Top Ten Wines of 2011

Happy New Year! It’s that time of year again where we pick the top ten wines that were released and passed through our shop in the calendar year 2011. We first did this in 2009, and the reaction was so … Continue reading

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Filed under 2008 Bordeaux, Cote du Beaune, Cotes du Rhone, Dry Creek Valley, Italy, Jean-Marie Chaland, Lugana, Michel Bouzereau Pere et Fils, Montravel, Peter Zavialoff, Prosecco, Vouvray