But it’s also home to hundreds of small dynamic producers—farmers who grow their own grapes (often organically) and make (often with natural methods) tiny amounts of pure and absolutely delicious wine (aka Grower Champagnes) that reflect the individual personalities of their villages and terroirs.
We carry all the luxury names, but also the most in-demand of the small growers and a number of producers that we are confident will be tomorrow’s stars. Toast with these wines, for sure. But also treat them like the great wines they are: taste, drink, explore!
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La Rogerie, Champagne Blanc de Blancs La Grande Vie Grand Cru, NV
100% Chardonnay from a 2017 base with reserve from a solera started in 2004. It ages for 48 months sur latte and just explodes with an intense core of chalky minerality.
The fruit opens up to the quintessential Avize=esque dried pineapple and lemon peel all encompassing that gray pencil leaded core.
Each sip bursts out from the center with a fine but persistent mousse, towards filigreed chalky edges, tastes like sparkles, gray and gold rays, fluid and sharp at the same time.
wiffed and sniffed and thought it was left bank Bordeaux. Some bottle age so you’ll get some dark fruit, bright acidity and lovely finish. You won’t think it’s bagá. Loved it!
This wine was quite good, especially considering the reasonable price.
Purchased some wine online. All went very well!
Two bottles in and very happy with this wine. Good balance with refreshing acidity and long finish considering the price. Would order again.
An incredible, unique wine. Red fruit, floral, and a bit spicy. Very enjoyable upon opening the bottle, but an hour of decanting brings this beauty to life. An absolute favorite at this price band.
An absolute treat. While red wines from the Langhe region set high expectations, getting such a fine bottle for a modest price adds to the joy. Thanks to Flatiron Wines for providing guidance in the complex wine landscape.
Structured and complex 100% pinot noir Champagne. I loved the crisp attack and long lasting finish. Definitely a Champagne that can sustain a cheese and charcuterie board.
Lauers wines are simply fantastic and to me are hands down winners year after year
Hand harvested, indigenous yeast fermentation, small batch wines out on Long Island. Reminiscent of Cahors/Old World Malbec. Terroir driven, fruit forward (blueberry, pomegranate) and medium bodied
I’m a delirious Champagne lover and have never had an offering from La Rogerie that didn’t surpass my expectations. This 2014 was vibrant and chalky, a bold yet finessed sip. I think I need to get some more!
Our favorite summertime rose.
My favorite summertime rose!
Wonderful wine from under appreciated region.
I’ve had memorable experiences with Chinon, starting from when I lived in Paris, so I keep trying different ones to recapture that enjoyment. I liked the Chinon Rosé and would buy it again. I was disappointed to overhear a customer on an East Hampton wine shop recently reject the seller’s suggestion of a Chinon rosé, saying tgst was “red wine for Christmas.” 😥