Notable Arrivals
Notable Arrivals

March 2019

Week of March 4th

Lucien Crochet – the 2017 Sancerre vintage makes its debut with Sancerre Blanc, Croix du Roy Blanc, and Le Chêne Marchand Blanc all arriving.
Château Belregard Figeac & Château LaFleur Garderose – Christophe Pueyo’s excellent 2015 St. Emilion returns, as well as 2017 Belregard Figeac “Tellus Vinea” & 2017 LeFleur Garderose Bordeaux Rouge.

Week of March 11th

Restocks of Thevenet’s Bourgogne Rouge “Les Clos” 2017 returns.
Domaine Manarine’s 2018 Côtes du Rhône Blanc debuts.
Daniel-Etienne Defaix – restocks of 2014 Chablis VV & 2005 1er crus arrive.
Domaine du Clos des Rocs – restocks of the delicious 2017 Macon-Loché “En Pret Foret” & additional 2016 Pouilly-Loché cuvées arrive.

Week of March 18th

La Commanderie de Peyrassol’s full range of 2018 Rosés arrive after a slight delay.
Domaine Rollin’s scarce yet excellent 2016 vintage arrives.
Lucien Jacob’s 2015 1er crus, 2016 Savigny & Hautes-Côtes-de-Beaune Rouge, and 2017 Hautes-Côtes-de-Beaune Blanc land.
Domaine du Gour de Chaulé – arrival of the scarce Côtes du Rhône 2017

Week of March 25th

Grosjean – restocks of several 2016s, debuts for several 2017s, plus the elusive Premetta 2018 all arrive.
Domaine Faillenc Sainte-Marie – the debut of the Corbieres Rouge cuvée “Syrh-conference de Presse” 2017.
Chantecler – 2016 Pauillac debuts.
Chateau La Peyre – 2016 Haut-Medoc & 2015 Saint-Estephe debut.
Cru d’Arche-Pugneau – half bottles return after a long absence, including a few cases of 2009 and 2010 as well.
Marc Deschamps‘ Pouilly-Fumé 2016s arrive, along with the 2018 Pouilly-sur-Loire (Chasselas).
Domaine du Clos Naudin (Foreau) – restocks of 2012 Brut, 2007 Brut reserve and 2005 Brut reserve all arrive.
Champagne Roger Coulon – restocks of their delicious NV cuvées return, as well as a small shot of 2010 Blanc de Noirs Brut Millesime. Their rare Brut Rosé “Roselie” will be available as well.