NINE CASES IN STOCK…THEN IT’S GONE!!
In our ever present search of fine delicious wine, the Carpe Vino wine sleuths scored again with a sensational Burgundian Chardonnay from the Mâconnais district. The 2012 Maison L’Envoyé is a beautiful Bourgogne Blanc that is absolutely STUNNING. Sourced from two distinct vineyards located in La Roche Vineuse, this elegant wine delivers both on flavor and quality without having to tighten the purse strings. While our asking price is standard at $19.99/bottle however it’s our discount that will have you ordering this wine by the caseload: $14.99/bottle on 6+ which is the deepest discount you’ll find anywhere online!
The 2012 Maison L’Envoyé was founded by Mark Tarlov who specializes in not only finding elegant Burgundian Wines but also specializes in finding the same Burgundy varietals from Willamette Valley, Oregon as well as Tasmania, Australia. Tarlov’s philosophy is to champion the unsung village growers of Burgundy who for generations have farmed their vineyards mere feet from some of most esteemed wineries of the region. As a result, just last year, Maison L’Envoyé was named “Winery to Watch” in 2015 by Wine & Spirits Magazine.
You have to venture out and get this wine! Once you pour it in your glass you’ll see and taste why. It exhibits an opulent GOLDEN STRAW hue that is backed by an exquisite bouquet of CITRUS FRUITS and LEMON ZEST. This wine has a fresh minerality that is complimented by stone fruits of APRICOTS and WHITE NECTARINES. The finish boasts a BRIGHT ACIDITY that pairs well with roasted turkey, poached salmon or lobster.
Now that I’ve got your attention, here is one of the FINEST-VALUED, BEST-TASTING French Wines that you can get on the market today. We have the last NINE cases in stock ready for pick up or immediate shipping today. So, glide your clicking device over the BUY MAISON L’ENVOYÉ NOW button and treat yourself to a lovely wine!
Allen Meadows – Burghound Tasting Notes: “There is a hint of grapefruit to the notably ripe soft pear, white flower and apple suffused nose that is trimmed in a discreet bit of oak. The nicely concentrated, round, supple and seductively textured flavors possess an easy-to-like mouth feel where there is just enough wood to notice on the lingering finish. This delicious effort is already approachable though one year of bottle age would add a bit of depth. (6/2014)”