March 2024

March 2024

It's time to frolic in the sun! Happy March! 

 1. De Levende Fred's Roby Red 

  • Producer: De Levende
  • Region: Redwood Valley, California
  • Variety: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
  • Alcohol: 12.8%

Fred's Roby Red

De Levende is a wine project solely focused on making wines with friends, clocking more hours in the dirt/cellar & remembering the past. Fruit from Redwood Valley, Mendo & Sonoma. Always organic farming & zero additions. Chill and enjoy Fred's Roby Red! An easy-drinking, zingy red with character and acidity! But not too much. This one is just right! 

2. Domain Morin Langaran Picpoul

Domaine Morin Langaran, located in the Languedoc near the Bassin de Thau, practices sustainable farming across 60 hectares. They prioritize aroma and freshness preservation by night harvesting and use immediate pressing, cold settling at low temperatures, aging on fine lees with batonnage, and maintaining high CO2 levels for reduced sulphites. Established in 1330, the Morin family, winemakers since the 1800s, took over in 1966. Caroline Morin, the current winemaker, emphasizes the terroir's finesse and minerality in her wines.
  • Producer: Domaine Morin Langaran
  • Region: Languedoc, France
  • Variety: 100% Picpoul
  • Alcohol: 12.5%

3. Gatto Grosso "Gatto Arancio" Skin Contact Wine

Female winemaker Mery Ferrara crafts wines with a graceful, elegant style that highlight the fresh, mineral qualities of the land. Her Verdicchio features a delightful aroma of lemon peel, vanilla, and caramelized peach, with a palate of salty almonds, pear, and jasmine. This coastal white pairs beautifully with hummus dip, broiled shrimp, or poached salmon.
  • Producer: Gatto Grosso
  • Region: Marche, Italy
  • Variety: 100% Verdicchio
  • Alcohol: 12.5%

4. Gaia Barbelino Monferrato Rosso

Don't mind any dust you might find on this bottle - it's the real deal! This Italian red wine, with its deep ruby color, offers a blend of fresh fruit flavors like cherry, strawberry, and raspberry, balanced with high acidity and medium tannin, making it ideal for Italian dishes. We love the elegance and versatility of Barbera - so food friendly, earthy and easy to love. It comes from an organic estate in Piedmont, Italy, that spans two rolling hills, with half of its 43 hectares dedicated to vines. Absolutely delicious! 
  • Producer: Gaia
  • Region: Piedmont, Italy
  • Varieties: Barbera, Grignolino
  • Alcohol: 14%
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