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POSTED Oct 16, 2020

Matt Taylor Wines

Matt Taylor is a practicing organic and biodynamic grower and winemaker in western Sonoma focusing on Pinot Noir and Chardonnay wines.

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POSTED Oct 06, 2020

Chan de Rosas

Chan de Rosas is a winery that combines traditional methods of Albariño winemaking with small, independent growers working different vineyard sites across the Salnés region and Condado de Tea subzone in Rías Biaxas.

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POSTED Sep 29, 2020

Faccia Brutto

Faccia Brutto is a line of Italian-inspired liqueurs made by Patrick Miller, a former chef who worked in restaurants for fourteen years before turning his attention to creating spirits that pay homage to traditional Italian recipes.

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POSTED Sep 19, 2020

Marques de Tomares

"The insanely valued, storied wines from Marqués de Tomares are the perfect expressions of traditional Rioja that is still fresh, fruit forward and beautifully balanced. There is an elegance, a seamless stitch that runs through these vintage classics."

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POSTED Sep 19, 2020

Viña Callejuela

Viña Callejuela is an 100% estate-bottled, grower Sherry complemented by single vineyard, non-fortified Palomino wines.

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POSTED Sep 19, 2020

Champagne André Heucq

André Heucq and his daughter, Fanny, are the 3rd and 4th generation of this small domaine that was founded by its namesake in 1936. Heucq is a true Grower Champagne and family-run operation with Fanny supervising the winemaking and marketing while André focuses on the cellar and the 5.7 hectares of his biodynamically and organically farmed vineyards. As winemakers, André and Fanny Heucq define a style of Champagne that is fine, elegant, streamlined, and just as reflective of the terroir as it is of André’s own reserved personality.

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POSTED Sep 17, 2020

William Hinton Rum

The cultivation of sugar cane on Madeira goes back colonization. In addition to the climate, sun exposure, and water sources that make the island ideal for the cultivation and irrigation of sugar cane, the forests of the island provide raw material for the construction of sugar mills and firewood for furnaces. At one point, almost all available agricultural space on the island was dedicated to sugarcane plantations. Although most of these plantations were replaced by vineyards when sugar production migrated to the Caribbean Islands, there still remains a number of cane fields on the island.

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POSTED Sep 15, 2020

Cuentacuentos Mezcal

Mezcal brings people together, stories make us friends.

Cuentacuentos tells the story of mezcal as it once was: truly small batch and made in traditional, family-owned palenques. For over 400 years, families throughout Mexico have distilled mezcales for their own use, for their friends and for others in their village. It is served at every major rite of passage in a Mexican life from cradle to grave; the batches needed for a given occasion seldom exceeded a couple hundred liters. Each is a unique, personal expression.

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POSTED Oct 19, 2017

National Distribution

For more information about national distribution, please email us at Where to find our wines outside of NY, NJ, CT and CA ...

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POSTED Nov 20, 2015


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