$19.99/bottle or $14.99/bottle on 6+
Back Again!!! Too Soon??? Not when you sell out the 2012 vintage in less than TWO hours and the brand spanking new 2013 vintage is ready to go! That’s right folks the 2013 Maison L’Envoyé Bourgogne Blanc has hit our floors and is ready to be picked up or shipped today. When we tried this wine we opened not one but two bottles because our palates couldn’t believe it was only $14.99/bottle (on 6+). Too Good!
The 2013 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.
The 2013 Maison L’Envoyé is sourced from two vineyards in La Roche Vineuse in the Bourgogne region of eastern France. It entices you immediately with a wonderful bouquet of LIME, STARFRUIT, and LEMON ZEST. It BOASTS a clean crisp minerality that is complimented by flavors of WHITE NECTARINE and APRICOTS. With VIBRANT ACIDITY and a LUSH INVIGORATING finish, this elegant yet refined wine will pair best with ROASTED CHICKEN, a delicious CARBONARA pasta, or perhaps just a THURSDAY night on the couch!
The Maison L’Envoyé is one of the FINEST-VALUED, BEST-TASTING French Wines that you can get for under $15 on the market today. We have TEN cases in stock and at this discount, I would not expect this wine to be on the shelves for long. We have a nice Delta Breeze kicking in over the next few days so here is the perfect way to treat yourself!
Winery Tasting Notes: “From two mature vineyards in La Roche Vineuse, this is a classic Chardonnay with a nose of citrus fruits and lemon zest. The weighty, textured mid-palate boasts flavors of grilled nuts and stone fruit, while a long line of vibrant acidity enlivens the finish.”