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Getting Cozy With French Wine
Even if it’s not the true historical nexus of wine (that’s thought to be somewhere in Georgia, or even perhaps China) France is arguably the spiritual home of wine. Bordeaux, Champagne, Burgundy, the Rhône Valley – these are world-famous regions that charm many a vinophile. The traditions in these appellations go back centuries, and France is the birthplace of the notion of terroir – the idea that geography influences the ...more
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2019 Point de Passage Red Blend

“Red Fruit, Quaffable, Food Friendly”

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3.7
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2020 Point de Passage Sauvignon Blanc

“Bright, Refreshing, Friendly”

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4.1
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2019 Ville Basse® Red Blend

“Juicy, Textured, Elegant”

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2019 L’Atelier du Sud® Viognier

“Bright Fruit, Vibrant, Elegant”

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3.9
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2020 Sauvetage Rosé

“Fruity, Quaffable, Easy Drinking”

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2019 Wonderful Wine Co.® White Blend

“Citrus, Vibrant, Organic”

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3.5
$22.99 Regular Price$19.99 Members
2019 Les Bobos Chardonnay

“Citrus, Friendly, Easy Drinking”

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3.8
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2018 Tres Chic Rosé

“Bright, Crisp, Easy Drinking”

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3.9
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French Wine

A few hours south of Champagne lies the famed region of Burgundy, home of some of the most beloved Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in the world. With the exception of Beaujolais in the south, which grows Gamay, as well as a few other indigenous grapes, these are the only two varietals allowed to be grown in Burgundy. One region south of Burgundy lies the Rhône Valley, where Syrah is king. This ...more