Collection: Red wine

17 products
  • Condado De Haza Crianza
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    Also known as Chateau de la Ribera, this winery has achieved legendary status in a very short period of time. Lying upon the banks of the Douro River, the first vines of Tempranillo were planted in 1987.

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  • Pierre Gaillard Operation Dragoon Cotes du Rhone
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    From an actual historical photo, the label depicts a grateful little girl offering a bottle of wine in thanks to a soldier of the French resistance while her father looks on. Codename for the Allied invasion of Southern France, Operation Dragoon was launched on August 15th, 1944. Operation Dragoon, in conjunction with D-Day, were integral in ending the war.


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  • Galevan Cotes Du Rhone
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    After nine generations of family winemaking, Coralie Goumarre is the first woman to take the reins of her family's estate. The name of the wines, the care taken over their labeling, and the emblem placed on each of them stamped with elegance an femininity clearly indicate Coralie’s very personal style.
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  • Domaine Durand Saint Joseph Les Coteaux
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    This wine was given its name by the Jesuits of Tournon in the 17th Century.

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  • Chateau Coupe-Roses La Bastide Minervois
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    The village of Monervois essentially is a one-street village strung along a bench at the base of a tall limestone cliff that towers above the Cesse River. Cesse shares the root word of cease and cessation, because in summer this river stops running. La Caunette, for its etymological part, is Occitan, referring to small cave dwellings—in ancient times, the locals lived in caves burrowed into the cliff. Just upstream is the village of Minerve, which gives its name to the appellation of Minervois. It sits high on a pinnacle of limestone at the confluence of the Cesse and the Rieussec, hidden in a mountain valley behind the first range of mountains after the vast Mediterranean plain. It was here that the Cathars (catharsis–to purge!) had a stronghold, which held out for months before surrendering early in a twenty-year crusade launched by Pope Innocent III in alliance with the king of France in 1209 that swept over the Languedoc and burned infidels wherever they could find them. They found a lot in Minerve.
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  • Foillard Morgon Cote du Py
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    Jean Foillard is one of France's most revered vignerons and this Morgon is his flagship. Grown on the magical and renowned slope roches pourries, "rotten rock," made up of decomposed granite and schist, Foillard uses his mastery to create brilliance in a bottle.

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  • Alvaro Palacios Les Terrasses Priorat
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    A Garnacha dominant blend grown only on Velles Vinyes, old vines, in Catalan on a unique black slate and quartz soil called Llicorella.
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