This inexpensive bottle of dry, French white wine heralds from one of the larger but lesser known appellations of the southern Rhône — Luberon. The wines of Luberon benefit from a more Mediterranean climate than their juicy brethren, such as the whites of Condrieu and Chateau-Grillet, or the rosés of Tavel. The vineyards are often at altitude and the temperature diurnals between night and day preserve the wine’s acidity despite the long, hot summers that ripen the grapes. Notre Dame’s de Cousignac’s Luberon is made from 70% Clairette, 25% Grenache Blanc, and 5% Bourboulenc, three of the eight possible white wine grapes of the Luberon appellation. The nose is crisp,… Read more »
Stop in for a sampling of some of the best organic wines on the market. Organic wines must meet rigorous guidelines to receive certification, which means they’re farmed sustainable, don’t contain any pesticides, herbicides or added sulfites, and much more. If organic, sustainable, responsibly grown products are important to you, or even if you’re just curious about organic wines, be sure to stop by! We’ll be pouring Notre Dame de Cousignac Luberon Blanc and Vacqueyras, Prinz zu Salm “P2” Rhein-Pfalz Riesling, Our Daily Red red blend, and Albet i Noya Tempranillo Clàssic.