Champagne Collet

Brut Art Deco

Aÿ, France

Why we Picked:

  • Varietals: Chardonnay (40%), Pinot Noir (40%), Pinot Meunier (20%)
  • Champagne Collet’s vineyard sources are in Premier and Grand Cru villages that reflect the diversity of Champagne’s terroirs.
  • The wines are aged far beyond the minimum requirement in the winery’s 100-year-old chalk cellars resulting in softer wines needing less dosage.
  • Fruit-driven nose with floral and mineral notes.
  • Awarded 91 pts Wine Spectator, 90 pts/Editors’ Choice Wine Enthusiast

Annabella

Chardonnay

Napa Valley, California

Why we Picked:

  • Hand sourced from select vineyards throughout the Sonoma and Napa valleys.
  • Strikes a beautiful balanced between fruit and oak.
  • Distinct richness and clean acidity.
  • Pairs great with food, but easy enough to drink by itself.

Nola Grace

Rosé

Napa Valley, California

Why we Picked:

  • Beautiful aromas and fresh flavors of strawberry, melon and rose petals
  • Crisp, dry style is great for spring and summer dishes
  • Wine Enthusiast Best Buy

Guinigi

Prosecco

Treviso, Italy

Why we Picked:

  • Varietal: 100% Glera
  • Sourced from the province of Treviso with fruit grown from the Conegliano hills to the foot of the Valdobiadene hills
  • Great on its own, but try it in a sparkling cocktail
  • Perfect with fresh seafood or shellfish
  • Fresh with persistent bubbles and a balanced acidity

Purple Hands

Lone Oak Ranch Pinot Noir

Dundee, Oregon

Why we Picked:

  • Varietal: 100% Pinot Noir
  • Lone Oak Ranch is a cuvée from eight premier vineyards from four Willamette Valley AVAs: Dundee Hills, Yamhill-Carlton, Chehalem Mts., Willamette Valley
  • This elegant Pinot Noir includes fruit from all Purple Hands’ vineyard-designates
  • Wines are bottled unfined and unfiltered to retain the honesty of the vineyard