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Food&Wine loves Houchart St Victoire!

In the June Issue of Food & Wine Magazine Ray Isle writes about his love of Rose, cause who doesn’t love Rose. Anyway, can you guess which wine he picked as one of his favorites this summer? That’s right Domaine Houchart St Victoire 2015. Better get some while it lasts!


Chateauneuf du Pape 2015

2015 Vintage Report – Chateauneuf du Pape & Ventoux Chateauneuf du Pape Rouge A long, dry and hot summer with some heat waves was followed by welcome rain at the end of August. This refilled the shrunken grapes and reduced the alcohol content raised by concentration of the juice. This enabled the grapes to reach […]


90 Points from Spectator!

Domaine Renaud Pouilly Fuissé “Cuvée Vieilles Vignes” 2014 gets 90 Points! “Lean and stony, showing lemon, apple and mineral flavors, with tension and energy. Harmonious and approachable no, but this should improve over the next year or two. Fine length.” The New York Times singled out this fantastic estate in an article about the troublesome 2013 vintage


My father is a Francophile.

He has loved French wines since he started drinking them some 50 years ago.

In 1995 he left the corporate wine world with one goal. To bring the wines that he loved to you, the consumer. He selected estates from across France, that produced high quality wines at an affordable price. ( Maybe his Scottish ancestry! )

When I joined the company in 2006 the wine market had evolved and there were many more options available... but French wine is still some of the best out there.

Our producers practice sustainable agriculture in the vineyard and the highest standard of winemaking in the winery, in order to perfectly present the individuality of each vineyard site.

It is because of this shared vision and our "Direct from the Producer" system of distribution, that we are able to represent some of the best values in each category.

Thank you for visiting our site. I hope that we can help you discover more about what could be your new favorite wine.

Alex Milligan