The best/top kosher wines for Passover 2022 in all price ranges

Thankfully, the world is slowly coming alive, from under the cloud of the COVID-19 pandemic, and while life has not returned to the days of old, the most recent CDC statement allowing people to hang out with other Vaccinated people is truly heartwarming and gives us hope for the future and a safe Passover together. I hope this year the post finds you and your families well, and your lives beginning to find a rhythm that is more of the old than the current! Happy Passover to you all!

A few caveats first, this is MY list! This is not a list that will make many happy. These wines are the wines that make me happy. No wines here would be considered overripe, over sweet, or all over the place. The wines here are listed in the order of cost. That said, the top line wines – what I call Top-Flight wines, are not defined by cost at all. In that list, you can find a 2014 Yarden Blanc de Blanc or the 2014 Yarden Brut Rose, both are great sparkling wines. At the same time, the list includes some of the best high-end kosher wines I have ever tasted. In the end, price does not define your place on the Top-Flight Wines, nor does QPR (Quality to Price Ratio), only pure quality gets you on this list. The list of Top-Flight wines is ALL wines that I would buy without hesitation, no matter the cost (if I can afford it of course).

Passover is a time of year when Jews buy the most wine, along with Rosh Hashanah, and the American New Year. That is why all the kosher wine events, normally, happen a month or two before the Passover festival. It gives the wineries and distributors a chance to showcase all their wines that each appeal to different market segments. So, no there are no sweet or semi-sweet baseline wines here. There are many very good 15 or so dollar bottles of wine, that can be bought at Skyview WinesGotham WinesSuhag WineLiquid Kosheronlinekosherwine.comkosherwine.com, and a new store I have been buying from kosherwinedirect.com (they also ship for free if you buy a case), along with the other wine stores I have listed on the right-hand side of this blog (as always I NEVER make money from them and I never know or care what people buy, the list is whom I buy wines from and so I can recommend them to others).

Also, the amount of money you spend does not define the value or quality of the wine. Take for example the 13 of so dollar 2019 Elvi Wines Vina Encina Blanc (White), or the slightly more expensive Herenza Crianza, or the Terra di Seta Chianti Classico, and many others. These are great wines and the great price is only an added benefit. However, many low-priced wines are not on this list, as they lack the quality required, IMHO.

Seeing the list and checking it twice (could not help myself), I am sure there will be a question – what defines a wine as a Top-Flight wine, and why are there wines that are not on it? The Top-Flight wines are wines that impressed me when tasting them. That does not mean that the 2019 Chateau Canteloup, as nice as it is may or may not be, can compare to another wine on the Top-Flight Wine list. What it does mean was that when I tasted one of these Top-Flight wines, I was wowed, and I said this is a wine that everyone should get – no matter the price. In the end, the Top-Flight Wines is my way to whittle down the list of wines that I enjoyed from a set of thousands of kosher wines available here in America. In hindsight, I am sure I will have missed some wines. If you do not see a wine you love and it scored a 90 or higher on this blog somewhere, then I can assure you that it was probably an oversight on my part.

Also, this is a PSA – please do not buy 2020 rose wines! PLEASE! They are muted and a waste of your hard-earned money. Thankfully, so far, the few 2021 Roses I have had are not nearly as poor as the 2020 crop or Rose wines. The best of them are just arriving and I wanted to get this list out ASAP! I will post about them after I taste them soon.

Arba Kosot (The Four cups of Passover)

Finally, it is the Jewish custom to drink four cups of wine on Passover, but to power down these wines are far too hard for me (the concept here is to drink the base quantity of wine to fulfill your requirement – which is a Revi’it, within a certain period). In the past, I was drinking red, Israeli wines that were simple to drink, not complex or impressive. However, with time, I found a better option, drink the majority of a small cup that fulfills the Revi’it quantity of wine. This way, I can drink an Israeli, not Mevushal, red wine – like a Netofa wine. This is explained more below. This year, I think I will go with Yarden Rose Brut Sparkling wine, again. It is Israeli, not Mevushal, “red”, a lovely wine, and an acid BOMB!

For the main course, I am happy to open a Top-Flight wine and enjoy that at a calm and enjoyable pace. Another option is to get some of these great glasses from Stolzle, that fulfill the official four cups requirements in terms of volume and respect, according to most Rabbis. The glasses hold 3.5 fluid ounces of wine, which according to almost every source fulfills the concept of Revi’it.

It does not fulfill Chazon Ish’s requirements of 5.1 ounces, but if you wish to meet that requirement use these glasses by Gabriel Glas. Also, remember that you should drink the entirety of the cups, which is why I recommend the smaller cups. If you cannot, some allow the idea of drinking the majority of the cup, but that is not the best approach. Finally, the LAST CUP, should be drunk in totality, as that is the ONLY cup upon which you say an “After Bracha (Blessing)”, and as such you must have drunk at least 3.3 ounces to say the last blessing.

NOTE: Again, I make nothing from these Amazon links, they do not have sponsor links or whatever. I do not have that and never will. These are just suggestions – buy what you want. They are only there for ideas.

Four Cup Options

Like much of what I do on this blog, I was recently asked to come up with some 4 cup options for people. I am not big on pounding good wines for the 4 cups. My Rabbi mixes wine and grape juice and pounds that. No rabbi says you must use the best wines for the 4 cups. I know that sounds horrible, but honestly, the point of the 4 cups is to drink wine in their Halachic format, not to drink great wines slowly, in their non-Halachic format. The priority is drinking red wine quickly and according to the proper shiur (assigned minimum liquid intake). Still, while I will be doing my 4 cups on the Yarden Rose Brut, I have a list of other options here. ALL OF THESE wines are available here in the USA and are at/below 13.5% ABV:

All White wines (non Top-Flight Wines) – Sauvignon Blanc:

  1. 2019/2020 O’Dwyers Creek Sauvignon Blanc
  2. 2019 Chateau Guiraud G Sec (dry)
  3. 2021 Goose Bay Sauvignon Blanc
  4. 2019 Jean-Pierre Bailly Pouilly Fume

All White wines (non-Top-Flight Wines) – Riesling:

  1. 2017 Carmel Kayoumi White Riesling (Still going well)
  2. 2019 Pacifica Riesling
  3. 2021 Hagafen Riesling, Dry
  4. 2014 Von Hovel Riesling, Hutte Oberemmel, Kabinett

All White Wines (non Top-Flight Wines) – Various:

  1. 2019 Netofa Latour White (not a fan of the 2020)
  2. 2017/2018 Netofa Tel Qassar White
  3. ESSA Altira
  4. 2018 Vitkin Grenache Blanc OR
    1. 2018 Vitkin Gewurztraminer

All White Wines (Top-Flight Wines):

  1. 2019 Chateau Malartic Lagraviere
  2. 2020 Domaine Aegerter Meursault
  3. 2019 Jean-Philippe Marchand Meursault
  4. 2018 Falesco Ferentano

All Sparkling Wines:

  1. N.V. Laurent Perrier Brut Champagne (look for the new label – rounded)
  2. 2014 Yarden Blanc de Blancs
  3. N.V. Bonnet-Ponson Champagne, Extra-Brut
  4. N.V. Drappier Brut Champagne Carte D’ Or

All Red wines (non Top-Flight wines):

  1. 2016 Terra di Seta Chianti Classico, Riserva
  2. 2018 Chateau Royaumont
  3. 2019 Jean Marc Brun Bourgogne Hautes-Cotes de Nuits (AKA J.P. Marchand)
  4. 2020 Pescaja Soliter Barbera d’Asti

All TOP Red Bordeaux’s:

  1. 2019 Chateau Pontet-Canet Grand Cru Classe en 1855
  2. 2019 Chateau LaGrange
  3. 2014 Chateau Smith Haute Lafitte
  4. 2014 Domaine Roses Camille Grand Vin de Bordeaux

All TOP Red Burgundy’s:

  1. 2019 Jean Luc et Paul Aegerter Corton-Vergennes, Grand Cru
  2. 2019 Jean Luc et Paul Aegerter Nuits St. Georges 1er Cru, Les Vallerots
  3. 2019 Jean-Philippe Marchand Volnay, Lous Luret
  4. 2019 Jean-Philippe Marchand Gevrey-Chambertin

All Top California Wines:

  1. 2019 Herzog Pinot Noir, Reserve
  2. 2018 Marciano Cabernet Sauvignon, Marciano Estate
  3. 2018 Herzog Cabernet Sauvignon, Limited Edition, Chalk Hill
  4. 2020 Covenant Chardonnay, Lavan, Reserve

All European Mix Wines (sub 75 or so dollars):

  1. 2018 Elvi Clos Mesorah
  2. 2016 Terra Di Seta Chianti Classico, Assai
  3. 2016 Elvi Wines Herenza, Reserva
  4. 2019/2018 Chateau Trianon

All sweet wines:

  1. 2008 Ya’acov Oryah “Old Musketeer” Dessert Wine
  2. 2018 Chateau Piada Sauternes
  3. 2017 Chateau Petit Guiraud Sauternes
  4. 2015 Disznoko Tischler & Halpern Tokaji Aszu, 5 Puttonyos

Inflation has wrecked my price-lists

Wine prices have gone up anywhere from 15 to 25% and as such the wine price lists, at the lower prices, are getting thin. Wines that cost 24 dollars are now 31 dollars. Israeli wines, which already are not worth what they charge, before they raised prices, are now even less interesting. The few that do exist are not QPR anymore, as the overall market, which QPR compares against, has NOT risen as much as Israeli wines have. The French market is higher as well, but that only shows at the higher end. Therefore, fewer wines will be QPR going forward, I think, but hey, it is all in the math!

In Closing

A few more comments here. I hope I have gotten all the wines that I have tasted here, but I almost posted this a few times, and then only at the end did I remember I forgot a few. Also, this year’s list is not as long as last year’s list, because Israel continues to be a mess, outside of a few winners. The reds from 2016, 2017, 2018, or 2019 in Israel, have been a failure, except for a few. All the talk of the wonderful 2018 vintage from Israel, for me, never lived up to the hype. The whites from Israel are even worse, so yeah, the lists are getting smaller and smaller.

In the end, these are my picks. Again, the criteria for making the list are:

  1. I like the wine (90 to 91 scored wines at the minimum)
  2. They are readably available. That is why Four Gates wines are not on the list
  3. I added a French/European list as there are French only options
  4. Price is not a matter on this list (for the top-flight wines) – all that matters is that they are really good!

There are other lists out there. Sadly, the Jewish Week has come and gone and with it is the yearly Jewish Week wine list for Passover. There is a new group of people and they have created the Jewish Link Wine Guide (the 2022 link has not yet been posted to their site). As always, there is Yossie Horwitz (of Yossie’s Corkboard) with his list, as well.

So there you have it – enjoy good kosher wine for a reasonable price and enjoy the Passover holiday safely and in health! Happy Passover to you all. Post what wine you will be enjoying, I would love to hear from you guys on what you will be drinking throughout the holiday! Finally, returning to the start of this post, please be safe, follow guidelines, and I pray you and the family are safe and successful.

Wines below 15 dollars:

2018/19 Elvi Vina Encina White
2018/19 Elvi Vina Encina Red
2019 Chateau Riganes Red (2020 is not as good)
2018/2019 Baron Herzog Cabernet Sauvignon
2018 Baron Herzog Zinfandel
2020 Chateau Trijet
2019 Chateau Genlaire

Wines below 20 dollars:

2021 Essa Altira
2018/2019/2020 Elvi Herenza White (AKA InVita)
2018/19 Elvi Winery Herenza Rioja, Semi
2018 Herzog Cabernet Sauvignon, Lineage (NOT 2017)
2020 O’Dwyers Creek Sauvignon Blanc
N.V. Gilgal Brut
2020 Cantina Giuliano Vermentino
2020 Viniferia Vermentino
2017/2018 Pacifica Riesling
2021 Goose Bay Sauvignon Blanc
2018 Terra di Seta Chianti Classico
2019 Cantina del Redi Pleos Toscana Sangiovese
2019 Chateau Canteloup
2018 Secret des Chevaliers

Wines below 25 dollars:

2019 Chateau D’Arveyres
2018/2020 Chateau Signac Cotes du Rhone
2021 Goose Bay Pinot Grigio
N.V. Koenig Brut, Cremant d’Alsace
2019 Herzog Selection Les Lauriers des Rothschild
N.V. Elvi Wines Cava Brut
2018/2019/2020 Ramon Cardova Albarino
2018/2020/2021 Hagafen Dry Riesling
2017/2019 Rothschild Flechas Malbec
2016/2018 Elvi Herenza Crianza (not a huge fan of 2017)
2019 Solei Terre Alfieri Arneis, Pescaja
N.V. Porto Cordovero Fine Ruby Port
2020 Sheldrake Riesling, Dry
2018 Herzog Cabernet Sauvignon, Variations Five
2018 Herzog Cabernet Sauvignon, Variations Four
2017 Carmel Kayoumi White Riesling
2018 Binyamina Orange Roussanne

Wines from 25 to 35:

2019 Nana Chenin Blanc
2019 Vitkin Pinot Noir (2018 is so-so)
2019 Capcanes Peraj Ha’abib Pinot Noir
2021 Covenant Sauvignon Blanc, Red C
2018 Vitkin Gewurztraminer, Collector’s Edition
2018/2019 Netofa Latour, White (not 2020)
2017/2018 Netofa Tel Qasser, White
2018 Netofa Tel Qasser, Red
2017/2018 Netofa Latour, Red
2018 Cantina Sanpaolo Irpinia Aglianico
2019 Chateau Greysac
2019 Goose Bay Pinot Noir, Small Batch
2020 Herzog Sauvignon Blanc, Acacia Barrel Series
2020 Pescaja Soliter Barbera d’Asti
2019 Les Marrionniers Chablis
2020 Domaine Joost de Villebois Pouilly Fume
2018 Vitkin Carignan
2019 Herzog Cabernet Sauvignon, Variations, French Oak
2019 Chateau Lamothe-Cissac
2019 Pescaja Tuké Terre Alfieri Nebbiolo
2019 Kay Invei Muscat Canelli, Dry
2018 Chateau Saint Corbian (not so much 2016)
2015/2016 Terra di Seta Chianti Riserva
2018 Chateau Fourcas Dupre
2014/2015 La Demoiselle d’Haut-Peyrat Haut – Medoc
2016 Barons Edmond & Benjamin de Rothschild Haut Medoc 30th Year Anniversary Edition (not 2017)
2018 Dampt Freres Bourgogne, Bourgogne
2015 Von Hovel Saar Riesling Kabinett
2018 Chateau Marquisat de Binet La Folie D’Elie
2019 Etoiles de Mondorion Grand Vin de Bordeaux

Wines below 50:

2018 Chateau Malmaison
2020 ESSA Emunah
2019 ESSA Cabernet Franc
2018 Dampt Freres Chablis, Brechain, Prenier Cru
2019 Chateau Guiraud G Sec (dry)
2019 Castellare di Castellina Chianti Classico
2019 Herzog Cabernet Sauvignon, Special Reserve, Lake County
2019 Herzog Cabernet Sauvignon, Alexander Valley (2018 is TOP Flight)
2018 Herzog Merlot, Special Reserve
2018 Chateau Royaumont Lalande De Pomerol
2019 B.R. Cohn Cabernet Sauvignon
2019 Herzog Eagle’ Landing Pinot Noir
2020 Les Marrionniers Premier Cru, Montee de Tonnerre
2017 Chateau Hauteville
2018 Hagafen Cabernet Sauvignon
2018 Hagafen Sauvignon Blanc, Prix
2019 Tzora Shoresh, Red
2020 Yaccov Oryah Late Harvest Viognier
N.V. Bonnet-Ponson Champagne, Extra-Brut
N.V. Drappier Brut Nature, Zero Dosage
2019 Jean Philippe Marchand Bourgogne Hautes-Cotes de Nuits
2019 Jean Marc Brun Bourgogne Hautes-Cotes de Nuits
2019 Jean-Pierre Bailly Pouilly-Fume, Sauvignon Blanc
2018 Vitkin Grenache Blanc
2019 Chateau Tour Seran
N.V. Drappier Brut Champagne Carte D’ Or
2012 Chateau Cru Ducasse
2015 Chateau Marquisat De Binet, Cuvee Abel
2016 Herzog Eagle landings Syrah
2019 Chateau de Santenay, Mercurey, Les Bois de Lalier
2018 Falesco Ferentano
2019 Pavillon du Vieux Chantre

Wines above 50:

2018 Clos des Lunes Lune D’Argent
2019 Chateau Castelbruck
2015 Chateau Clauzet
2017/2018 Dampt Freres Chablis, Premier Cru, Cote de Lechet
2018 Chateau Montviel (NOT as good as previous vintages – so lost Top Flight Status)
2017 Jean Phillipe Marchand Nuits Saint Georges, Aux Herbues
2017 Jean Phillipe Marchand Gevrey-Chambertin
2017 Jean-Phillipe Marchand Volnay, Sous Luret
2015 Domaine Condorcet, Chateauneuf du Pape, Cuvee Anais
2015 Domaine Condorcet, Chateauneuf du Pape
2017 Le Vins de Vienne Condrieu, La Chambee (not as much a fan of 2018)
2018 Jean Luc & Paul Aegerter Bourgogne, Hautes-Cotes de Nuits, Reserve
2018 Jean Luc & Paul Aegerter Pommard, Reserve
2018 Jean Luc & Paul Aegerter Gevrey-Chambertin, Reserve
2020 Domaine Guillerault Fargette Sancerre
2017 Domaine Netofa Dor
2012/2015 Chateau Cheval Brun Saint-Emilion Grand Cru
2019 Chateau Haut Condissas
2019 Elvi Wines EL26, Elite, Priorat (Nice but not as good as 2018)
2017 Chateau Petit Guiraud Sauternes
2018 Chateau Pavillon de Leoville Poyferre
2011 Moulin du Chateau la Clide
2016 Domaine Roy Maison Roy & Fils Pinot Noir, Shai
2012 Chateau Serilhan
2014 Famiglia Cotarella Montiano, Lazio
2018 Chateau Piada Sauternes
2017 Tassi Aqua Bona Toscana Rosso, Bettina Cuvee
2017 Aura di Valerie Amarone Della Valpolicella
2019 Chateau Le Crock
2016 Chateau Pape Clement (NOT 2015, 2014 is a Top Flight wine)
2018 Herzog Cabernet Sauvignon, Forebearers, Napa Valley
2016 Hagafen Merlot, Prix, Reserve
2019 Chateau Moulin Riche
2018 Chateau Meyney
2020 Domaine Aegerter Volnay
2016 Hagafen Cabernet Sauvignon, Prix, Reserve, MJT
2018 Chateau Tertre
2019 Domaine du Castel Grand Vin
2019 Hagafen Family Vineyard Red Blend
N.V. Barons de Rothschild Brut Champagne
2018 Chateau Valandraud Virginie de Valandraud
2018 Marciano Terra Gratia
2018 Herzog Generation IX Cabernet Sauvignon, Stags Leap

Top-Flight Wines (wines worth it no matter the price – within your idea of reason)

2019 Jean Luc et Paul Aegerter Corton-Vergennes, Grand Cru
2019 Jean Luc et Paul Aegerter Nuits St. Georges 1er Cru, Les Vallerots
2019 Herzog Pinot Noir, Reserve Pinot Noir, Edna Valley
2019 Chateau LaGrange
2020 Domaine Aegerter Meursault
2019 Chateau Malartic Lagraviere Grand Cru Classe, Blanc
2016 Terra di Seta Chianti Classico Assai
2016 Tassi Brunello di Montalcino Franci, Bettina Cuvee
2018 Chateau Kirwan
2017 Chateau Leoville Poyferre
2018 Dampt Freres Chablis, Grand Cru, Les Preuses
2019 Jean-Philippe Marchand Meursault
2018 Covenant Cabernet Sauvignon, Lot 70
2018 Marciano Cabernet Sauvignon, Marciano Estate
2014 Von Hovel Riesling, Hutte Oberemmel, Kabinett
2014 Von Hovel Riesling, Scharzhofberg, Kabinett
2019 Jean-Philippe Marchand Nuits-Saint-George
2019 Jean-Philippe Marchand Gevrey-Chambertin
2008 Ya’acov Oryah “Old Musketeer” Dessert Wine
2018 Elvi Wines EL26, Elite, Priorat
2017/2018 Les Roches de Yon-Figeac
2014/2017 Chateau La Tour Blanche Sauternes, 1er Cru classé
2014/2016 Chateau Tour Saint Christophe
2014/2016 Chateau Haut Brisson
2018 Chateau Gazin Rocquencourt, Blanc, Pessac-Legonan
2017 Chateau Gazin Rocquencourt, Pessac-Legonan
2015/2018 Chateau Grand Puy Ducasse
2015/2018 Chateau Cantenac Brown (the 2018 is INCREDIBLE)!
2015/2016/2018 Chateau Lascombes
2009/2014 Chateau Smith Haut Lafitte, Pessac – Leognan
2018 Herzog Cabernet Sauvignon, Alexander Valley (NOT 2017)
2018/2019 Chateau Giscours, Margaux (2019 is INCREDIBLE)
2018 Chateau Rayne Vigneau Sauternes
2014 Chateau Soutard, Grand Cru Classe de Saint-Emilion
2014/2015 Domaine Roses Camille Echo de Roses Camille
2018 Herzog Cabernet Sauvignon, Chalk Hill, Special Edition (Not had 2019)
2018 Herzog Cabernet Sauvignon, Chalk Hill, Clone Six Edition (Not had 2019)
2012/2014 Yarden Blanc de Blanc
2013/2014 Yarden Rose Brut
2017/2018 Elvi Wines Clos Mesorah
2016 Clos Mesorah Sublim
2019 Jean-Philippe Marchand Bourgogne, Hautes-Cotes de Beaune
2019 Jean-Philippe Marchand Bourgogne, Hautes-Cotes de Nuits
2019 Jean-Philippe Marchand Volnay, Lous Luret
2018 Chateau Malartic Lagraviere
2016 Château La Tour de By, Heritage, Marc Pages, Médoc
2009/2010/2014/2016 Elvi Herenza Reserva
2005/2006/2011/2012/2014/2015 Domaine Roses Camille
2014/2015/2017 Domaine Chantal Lescure, Pommard (Not a fan of 2016)
2015 Domaine d’Ardhuy Aloxe Corton
2016/2018 Chateau Clarke Bordeaux
2015 Virginie de Valandraud
2015 Chateau Labegorce, Margaux
2010/2017 Chateau Lafon-Rochet, Saint-Estephe, Grand Cru Classe
2014 Chateau Pape Clement

Israel Only – For Now anyway

2018 Vitkin Late Harvest Gewurztraminer
2017/2018 Vitkin Insight, Macabeo
2018 Vitkin Riesling, Collector’s Edition

France/Europe List

Wines at or below 25 Euro
2020 Les Remparts de Bel Air
2020 Baron David
2019 Weingut Gehring Rotewr Hang Riesling, Trocken
2020 Chevalier De Marmorieres Blanc
2018 Chateau Pouyanne Blanc
2016 Pavillon de la Rotonde
2018 Domaine de Grava
2018 Maison Sarela Vielles Vignes
2019 Domaine de Grava Haut de Grava
2019 Weingut Gehring Grauer Burgunder Trocken
2018 Cave de Ribeauville Riesling, Vendanges Manuelles
2012 Plaisir de Siaurac
2020 LaCheteau Sauvignon Blanc, Les Cimes
2013 Falesco Innocence, Blanco
2019 La Chenaie du Bourdieu
2018/2019 Pavillon du Vieux Chantre
2016 Verdeto
2020 Chateau du Bosquay
2012 Château Cru Ducasse
2020 Domaine du Haut-Montlong Les Hauts des Noilettes, Vieilles Vignes
2019 Château de Marmorières Les Amandiers

Wines Above 20 Euro
2012 Chateau Moutinot
2016/2018/2019 Chateau Castelbruck, Margaux
2018 Les Vins de Vienne Crozes-Hermitage, Les Palignons, Blanc
2017 Les Vins de Vienne Crozes-Hermitage, Les Palignons, Red
2018 Château du Courneau
2020 Chateau Sainte Marguerite, Cuvee Symphonie, Blanc
2017 Les Vins de Vienne Saint-Joseph, L’Arzelle Syrah
2019 Chateau Gazin Rocquencourt Grand Vin, Blanc (NON Mevushal)
2014/2019 Château Tour Baladoz
2015 Disznoko Tischler & Halpern Tokaji Aszu, 5 Puttonyos
2018 Chateau le Caillou
2020 Alphonse Mellot Sancerre, La Moussiere
2018/2019 Chateau Trianon
2019 Famille Mayard Le Hurevent
2014 Chateau La Patche
2016 Chateau la Tour du Pin Figeac
2016 Chateau Haut-Bacalan
2020 Domaine Aegerter Volnay
2017 Le Vins de Vienne Condrieu, La Chambee (not as much a fan of 2018)
2020 Domaine Aegerter Meursault
2019 Famille Mayard La Crau de ma Mere
2018 Famille Daubree Corps de Loup Cotie-Rotie, Marions-Les
2018 Chateau Kirwan
2014 Chateau Marsac Seguineau, Margaux
2016 Champagne Michel Gonet, Les 2 terroirs
2016 Chateau Larcis Jaumat Grand Cru (Sold out in USA)
2015/2016/2018/2019 Chateau Haut Breton Larigaudiere, Margaux
2014 Chateau La Tour Carnet, Haut Medoc (NOT the 2015/2016/2017 vintage)
2014 Servitude Volontaire De La Tour Carnet, Haut Medoc (NOT the 2015/2016 vintage)
2010/2012/2014/2015 Chateau Peyrat-Fourthon Haut-Medoc
2014 Domaine D’Ardhuy Cotes de Beaune Villages
2014 Chateau Trigant, Pessac Leognan
2014/2019 Chateau Tour Seran, Medoc (NOT Mevushal)
2016 Benjamin de La Tour de By, Medoc
2014 Enclos de Viaud, Lalande de Pomerol
2016 Chateau Haut-L’Eveque
2016 Chateau Luchey-Halde S
2016 Chateau Luchey-Halde
2018 Palais de L’Ombriere, Bordeaux
2016 Chateau la Tour de By, Medoc

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