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Chateau de La Dauphine | A Hidden Treasure in Fronsac

© Chateau La Dauphine

A must-try from the prestigious Fronsac appellation, Chateau de la Dauphine is renowned for its elegant blends of Merlot and Cabernet Franc. Recently, the estate has started converting to organic vineyard management in order to ensure only the purest expression of terroir in their fine line of wines.  Chateau de la Dauphine: An Early History In the year 776, Charlemagne constructed a ... Read More »

Anton Bauer Gruner Veltliner and Abbatucci Rouge Frais

Bryan Matland -Sales Associate

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Champagne Ruinart

Champagne Ruinart

The First Champagne House Founded in September 1729, the Ruinart House is one of the longest-existing houses of Champagne. An absolute icon, Ruinart represents French know-how and way of life celebrated in the entire world. At the beginning, the intuition of a Benedictine monk who was ahead of his time: Dom Thierry Ruinart (1657-1709). At the dawn of the XVIII ... Read More »

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