We import French wines that represent their origin.

We take meticulous care of our wines, from domaine to doorstep. We think people enjoy wine more when they know something about the people and place it comes from. Our goal is to connect our readers with the artisans who make their wine.

  • Alsace


    Alsace is a charming region near the French-Germany border. Our two producers here make white, red, and sparkling wines from grapes like Riesling, Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Muscat, and Gewurztraminer. They’re simple, affordable, and delicious.

  • Bordeaux


    A Bordeaux wine is any wine produced in the Bordeaux region of France, centred on the city of Bordeaux and covering the whole area of the Gironde department

  • Burgundy


    Burgundy is the heart of our portfolio, the source of nearly half of our wines. In both white (Chardonnay) and red (Pinot Noir), our portfolio ranges from simple everyday wines to ageworthy Grand Crus worthy of a special occasion.

  • Champagne


    Champagne is the northern most region in France, producing a famous sparkling wine with complexity to rival Burgundy and Bordeaux. Our producer here is Pascal Bardoux, a small grower Champagne producer for whom we’re the only US source.

  • Languedoc


    Languedoc is known for its wines of high volume and low quality. But we’ve managed to find two producers here working near the northern limit of the region — both produce carefully balanced, excellent red wines that express the region’s rugged character.

  • Loire

    Loire Valley

    The Loire Valley is an enormous region with a wide range of styles. Most of our Loire portfolio is white, made from unoaked Sauvignon Blanc and Muscadet. Our lone red is an excellent Cabernet Franc from Chinon.

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    Other Regions

    Most of our wines come from France, and the majority of those come from Burgundy. But every so often a region draws our attention further afield. Some of our more interesting discoveries have come from unusual places.

  • Rhone


    The Rhône Valley is home to many of our favorite red wines, and a few select whites. We source from both the Northern Rhône (Crozes-Hermitage, Côte-Rôtie, Condrieu, etc) and the Southern Rhône (Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Gigondas, Séguret, Sablet, etc.)