Bonjour France Mixed 12-Pack
2014 Pavillon La Tourelle Bordeaux
Pavillon La Tourelle’s unique wines draw their character from the soil, climate and winemaking traditions that make up Bordeaux’s inimitable terroir. This blend of 50% Merlot, 25% Cabernet Franc, and 25% Cabernet Sauvignon is a vivid red with medium depth and clean but intense cherry and black currant flavors. Pavillon la Tourelle is an enjoyable, supple, smooth wine with an easy finish.
Bronze Medal Winner - 2016 Women's International Wine Competition
2014 Les Chartrons Bordeaux
Style and character shine in charming Les Chartrons Bordeaux Rouge, a charming and indulgent red from the most storied wine region in France. Produced from 70% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Franc, and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, this indulgent red is ideal as an aperitif or as the compliment to a casual meal. Flaunting a lively cherry red color, the flavors are clean and fruity, with pronounced cherry, spice, and fresh herbs on the palate, a rounded mouthfeel, and supple tannins.
Platinum Medal Winner - 2016 Winemaker International Wine Competition
Gold Medal Winner - 2016 Monterey International Wine Competition
Best Red Bordeaux Appellation - 2016 Monterey International Wine Competition
2015 Château Canon LaForêt Bordeaux Supérieur
With its clay and limestone soil, and 30-year-old vines, Bordeaux’s Saint-Emillion is beloved for charming wines, like the ones that Château Canon LaForêt has been producing for more than half a century. On Château Canon LaForêt Bordeaux Supérieur, the nose of red fruit and cherries is very pronounced, with a velvety, tender, and unctuous mouthfeel, finishing with an ideal balance.
2015 Pretium Malbec
Made from 100% Malbec grapes, this elegant red seduces with summery notes of red and black fruits like raspberry, black currant, and blackberry. From southwest France’s Cahors region, smooth and fruity Pretium Malbec is delightful as an aperitif, and ready to be enjoyed with flavorful meat dishes like beef tajine, chicken curry, and spiced leg of lamb.
2014 Le Parlement Bordeaux Rouge
Perfectly balanced Le Parlement Bordeaux Rouge draws its savory and complex character from the soil, climate, and time-tested traditions that make up Bordeaux’s inimitable terroir. This supple, smooth-drinking red is vivid in the glass, and thrills the palate with flavors of black cherry and currant, hints of cedar, silky tannins, and a well-rounded finish. Made from a thoughtful blend of 60% Merlot, 25% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 15% Cabernet Franc.
2012 Secrets De Bordeaux
Made from 70% Merlot and 30% Cabernet Sauvignon, 2012 Secrets De Bordeaux is a smooth and well-balanced red from France’s most-stored wine region. Enjoy it with your favorite cheeses.
2015 Domaine du Grand Mouton Muscadet Sevre et Maine
This refreshing and dry Loire Valley white opens with notes of beeswax, orange blossom, seashell, and honeyed pear. The aromas follow through to the palate where they are joined by a nice, chalky minerality, notes of lemon, and a long finish. This mouthwatering white is the perfect pairing for oysters and shellfish, and pleases Sauvignon Blanc lovers looking for something a little fuller.
2015 Marquis de Bacalan Bordeaux Blanc
While almost 90% of the wine produced in France’s legendary Bordeaux region is red, Bordeaux whites are made with the same care and eye for detail as the region’s reds. For example, 2015 Marquis de Bacalan Bordeaux Blanc thrilled us with its sophistication. It’s a delicately layered white, with plenty of space for generous flavors of citrus, grass, gooseberry, and honeysuckle. Think of this Bordeaux Blanc as a white that possesses the same appeal as a Sauvignon Blanc, but with a complexity that is sure to thrill connoisseurs.
2015 Villa Ruby Caresse de Rose
Ruby Vine White Blend features a unique blend of Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc, Gewurztraminer, and Viognier that are combined to yield a medium-bodied white with notes of tangerine, lychee, soft melon and fresh flowers. With's it's juicy soft palate, and a lingering mineral driven finish. This is a crowd-pleasing white blend. The perfect wine for any occasion.
Gold Medal Winner 93-Points - 2016 Monterey International Wine Competition
Silver Medal Winner - 2016 International Eastern Wine Competition
2015 Cépage Sauvignon Blanc
There are many reasons to be a fan of Sauvignon Blanc. It is light, refreshing, vibrant, and versatile. Cépage Sauvignon Blanc hails from France, the white grape’s country of origin. With crisp notes of citrus and exotic fruits, Cépage is perfectly balanced with a sense of freshness and a lingering finish. This wine drinks brilliantly on its own, but truly shines when paired with fresh fish and creative salads.
Bronze Medal Winner - 2016 New York International Wine Competition
2015 Les Chartrons Bordeaux Blanc
While less than 10% of the wine produced in France’s historic Bordeaux region is white, connoisseurs seek these rarefied wines for their light and fruity profiles. 2015 Les Chartrons Bordeaux Blanc is a delicate and surprisingly complex white, with zesty flavors of citrus, grass, and gooseberry, which are mellowed by a lovely note of honeysuckle. This wine entices Sauvignon Blanc lovers, and perfectly complements dishes with fresh green herbs, lime, and garlic.
2015 Maison Gourmand Vin Blanc
The grapes that make up the blend of Maison Gourmand are picked at the perfect ripeness to ensure that the wine represents the true terroir of Southwest France. Sauvignon Blanc provides this Vin Blanc a subtle, fruity flavor profile with heavy notes of citrus. Adding 40% of Loin De L’oeil to the Sauvignon Blanc gives the wine a full-bodied mouthfeel providing a luxurious sensation on the palate. The end result is a French white wine that is round, audacious, and fresh. A perfect accompaniment to light seafood pastas and desserts like apple tart.
Gold Medal Winner 91-Points - 2016 Monterey International Wine Competition
Best White Bordeaux Appellation - 2016 Monterey International Wine Competition
Silver Medal Winner - 2016 Critics Challenge Wine Competition
Silver Medal Winner - 2016 Berlin International Wine Competition