Week of May 6th
Il Censo: The highly-anticipated new releases from our lone Sicilian estate arrive, including the inaugural Nero d’Avola “Provvido”.
Yves Cuilleron: The Syrah Rose “Sybel” arrives.
Week of May 13th
Domaine Cornu & Fils: The full 2015 vintage release includes the range of red wines from Villages through Grand Cru, along with the 2017 Bourgogne Rouge.
Domaine Meix Foulot: The Mercurey Rouge 2015 will accompany the final set of 2014 1er Crus.
Chateau La Rame: The 2018 Bordeaux Blanc Sec returns to stock, with the first release of 2016 “La Charmille”.
Chateau Auney l’Hermitage: The 2018 Graves Blanc and Graves Blanc “Cuvee Cana” make their lone appearance.
Week of May 20th
Northern Rhone: A slate of new arrivals includes full releases from Domaine Lionnet and Guillaume Gilles in Cornas, Xavier Gerard in Cote Rotie and Condrieu, plus Etienne Becheras in Saint Joseph.
Mikael Boutin: The 2016 Rasteau arrives.
Chateau Massiac: After a lengthy wait, the Sauvignon Blanc 2018 and Viognier 2018 return to stock.
San Fereolo: The 2011 vintage of the flagship “San Fereolo” Dogliani and “Austri” Langhe Rosso debut, accompanied by the “Coste del Riavolo” Bianco 2015, “Valdiba” Dogliani 2016, “Vigne Dolci” Dogliani 2017 and 2007 vintage of “1593” Langhe Rosso.
Brovia: Roero Arneis 2018 arrives slightly ahead of the major red release in June.
Week of May 27th
Castello Conti: The trio of new releases includes 2015 Boca, 2017 Spanna and 2017 “Origini”.
Danilo Thomain: A much smaller shipment than usual of Enfer d’Arvier arrives, due to low production in the 2017 vintage.
Zidarich: The 2016 Vitovska, Malvasia and Teran arrive, along with the first release of a special 2015 Malvasia called “Lehte”.
Bisson: Ciliegiolo 2018 arrives with the first release of Granaccia Rosso in two years, which is from the 2017 vintage. The 2018 Vermentino “Vignaerta” is the first release of several 2018 whites from the estate as well.
Romain Chamiot: The Apremont 2018 arrives for the lone appearance for the year.
Swiss /Valais: New releases from Sandrine Caloz, Romain Papilloud and Serge Roh arrive from the 2017 and 2018 vintages