Renegade Wines

This year we put together a 6 pack of half, and a 6 pack of full bottles, of world class Champagnes to enjoy this Holiday Season.
Scroll down below packs to see Special Holiday Pricing on Ruinart Blanc de Blanc and Rose (750ML), and Krug half and full bottle deals.

The price of the pack reflects a bigger discount than our normal case discount.
Prices and selections subject to change based on availability.

Champagne Holiday Half Bottle Pack
  Champagne Half Bottle Pack
Normally $294, on sale for $250
Full bottle set of these selections available too, normally $526, on sale for $450

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Ruinart Brut Blanc de Blancs NV $58
Brimming with pear, white peach and citrus fruit this enchanting Blanc de Blancs is so bright and succulent and is very hard to resist. I love the very long, silky and clean finish which has beautiful balance. Really fine mousse.

Philipponnat Royale Reserve Brut NV $36
Royale Réserve Brut is the purest expression of the House’s style… Full-bodied, generous and long. A poised Champagne that shows impeccable balance, integrating a delicate frame of acidity. Reveals a chalky note that lingers on the satiny finish. Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier.

Pol Roger Brut Reserve NV $38
Richly biscuity on the nose, with steamed rice, fresh pear and citrus blossom complexity. Creamy mousse dissolves into red apple peel, lemon and stone fruits, with a depth of honeyed biscuits. The Reserve NV from Pol Roger is a blend of base wines from at least three vintages. With 6 months of post-disgorgement ageing, the wine is ready to enjoy now.

Paul Bara Brut Rose NV $42
The village of Bouzy and Champagne Paul Bara are practically synonymous. As the published village historian, Paul is indelibly linked to the lore of his hometown. Many call him their most renowned producer.  The NV Brut Grand Rosé is fabulous. Bright and punchy, the Rosé fleshes out beautifully in the mid-palate and into the finish as the Pinot gains volume. The Grand Rosé has enough charm to drink well as an aperitif, but there is serious depth here too. The Grand Rosé is simply impeccable from start to finish. More importantly, it is absolutely delicious.

Billecart-Salmon Brut Rose NV $60
This mouthwatering rosé Champagne shows lacy texture and precise balance, with the well-honed acidity deftly knit to the subtle, chalky minerality and delicate range of nectarine, white cherry, slivered almond and pickled ginger notes. Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. Drink now.

Ruinart Brut Rose NV $60
Bright and citrusy, this finely knit Champagne layers a racy streak of acidity and satiny texture with an expressive range of wild cherry, blood orange granita, red licorice, candied pink grapefruit peel and toast notes. Long, creamy finish.  Fleshy and Precise.

Holiday Champagne Six Pack
Champagne Full Bottle Pack
Normally $413, on sale for $365

J. Lassalle Premier Cru Brut Reserve 'Cachet d'Or' $45
Jules Lassalle established this family-owned Champagne house in 1942 in the village of Chigny-Les-Roses on the Montagne de Reims. A master of his craft, he established a signature style of elegant, tightly knit wines with a certain ampleur. When he passed away in 1982 his wife, Olga, and their daughter, Chantal, took over the estate, upholding Jules’ high standards and progressively pushing the domaine to the next level. In 2006 Chantal’s daughter, Angéline Templier, joined the estate as winemaker. These tough, hardworking women continue to follow vinification methods established by Jules in the forties. Their 28-year tradition of “une femme, un esprit, un style” (one woman, one spirit, one style) holds true today more than ever.  "There's an open-knit, almost airy feel to this vibrant Champagne, which carries a concentrated range of juicy pear and black raspberry fruit, with hints of crystallized honey. Shows gingersnap biscuit and verbena flavors on the chalky texture, gaining momentum on the racy, zesty finish."

Delamotte Brut $60
A minerally Champagne, with a streak of smoke, chalk and oyster shell notes supporting flavors of Asian pear, star fruit and candied lemon peel as they ride the creamy mousse. Racy, focused finish. Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. Drink now.  Baby sister house of Salon.

Bruno Paillard Brut Premiere Cuvée $64
Talk about balance: Clean and streamlined yet lively and zesty, this pinpricked bubbly’s got it. Yeasty aromas quickly make room for scents of tarte tatin, almond, and ripe Bosc pear, the latter of which carries over to the palate amid the ribbons of lemon zest and oyster-shell minerality that define the finish.

Lilbert-Fils Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs Brut $78
The written record has the Lilbert family cultivating vines around Champagne's hilltop village of Cramant starts in 1746, and it’s probably a fair bet that they were there sometime before that (the oldest part of their 23-foot-deep cellar dates from 1712). The record further shows that as early as 1907 the family bottled its own wine for commercial sale. Despite such longevity, the house of Lilbert is tiny: it farms a mere 3.5 hectares of vines (this figure translates into 8.6 acres. Bertrand Lilbert and his father Georges make only Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs from 100% Chardonnay. Their annual production averages 2,300 twelve-pack cases. To put this in perspective, the house of Moët & Chandon pumps out 25 million cases each year. The house style emphasizes fine mousse and fragrant aromas of lime, yellow orchard fruits, and hay. These are beautiful expressions of intensely mineral, chalky Chardonnay, with gorgeously rich Cramant fruit wrapped in elegance and nuance.  This graceful Champagne is like the finely tailored suit that somehow never goes out of style, with a lovely overtone of minerally chalk and brine enticing you into the glass, where flavors of apricot and Marcona almond, and hints of passionfruit coulis and pickled ginger, ride the fine, satinlike mousse.

Pierre Paillard Grand Cru Rosé Extra Brut Les Terres Roses $78
A serious, elegant rosé Champagne with a creamy, toasty nose. It's full and voluptuous in the mouth, with rich buttery brioche characters. As the palate evolves, the wine's freshness comes through, sweeping in with lemon and grapefruit and underpinning that cherry and almond frangipane richness with tense power. A light hint of Battenberg cake emerges on the finish. In the Bouzy terroir, well known for exceptional Pinot Noir, brothers Antoine and Quentin actually have put a lot of focus into the health of their soils, and they farm organically.  This wine subtle and almost haunting, and it goes very, very well with shellfish. If you are a fan of rosé Champagne with lobster, you have found your perfect bottle!

 Chartogne-Taillet Champagne Le Rosé $88
 Pliant, bold and resonant, with striking depth and exceptional balance, Le Rosé is just stunning in this tasting. Bright red berry fruit, blood orange, mint and rosewater envelop the palate in a deep, resonant Champagne that delivers the goods. Big time.

Additional Holiday Champagne Specials:

Ruinart Blanc de Blanc NV, normally $98, on sale for $86
Ruinart Brut Rose NV, normally $105, on sale for $88

Krug 171ed
750ml, normally $295, on sale $249
Krug 170/171ed
375ml, normally $135, on sale for $108