‘Bourgogne Côtes Salines’

Regular price $40
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  • Freaky Level 1
    Natural wine isn’t *always* freaky! Classic-in-all-the-right ways.
  • Weekday Bangers
    Tuesday-friendly with incredible value under $35.
  • Crispy & Mineral
    Zesty, high-acid whites to refresh.
‘Bourgogne Côtes Salines’

‘Bourgogne Côtes Salines’

Regular price $40
/
  • Freaky Level 1
    Natural wine isn’t *always* freaky! Classic-in-all-the-right ways.
  • Weekday Bangers
    Tuesday-friendly with incredible value under $35.
  • Crispy & Mineral
    Zesty, high-acid whites to refresh.
a sea of wonder
Chardonnay, Borgogne, France

Once upon a time the area we now know as Chablis was underwater, leaving behind an incredible wealth of seashells once the water receded. These shells turned into the prized limestone soils you often hear about it in this region - it has literally come to define the chiseled core, lemon spritz, saline character of Chablis-based wines. So when a producer from this area calls their wine ‘Côte Salines’, . . .

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Chardonnay, Borgogne, France

Once upon a time the area we now know as Chablis was underwater, leaving behind an incredible wealth of seashells once the water receded. These shells turned into the prized limestone soils you often hear about it in this region - it has literally come to define the chiseled core, lemon spritz, saline character of Chablis-based wines. So when a producer from this area calls their wine ‘Côte Salines’, we immediately imagine rolling hills of former ocean floor that give the wines grown on this particular Côte (aka slope, escarpment, inland ‘coast’ - you get the idea) an electrolyte-replenishing amount of minerality - some would say the only ‘minerality’ that actually exists. Hot take, but regardless, we want oceans of this wine in our mouths. Pair this concentrated, sapid elixir with a weekend learning to forage edible flowers, keep bees, and shuck oysters perfectly.
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Chardonnay, Borgogne, France

Once upon a time the area we now know as Chablis was underwater, leaving behind an incredible wealth of seashells once the water receded. These shells turned into the pr. . .

Read More
Chardonnay, Borgogne, France

Once upon a time the area we now know as Chablis was underwater, leaving behind an incredible wealth of seashells once the water receded. These shells turned into the prized limestone soils you often hear about it in this region - it has literally come to define the chiseled core, lemon spritz, saline character of Chablis-based wines. So when a producer from this area calls their wine ‘Côte Salines’, we immediately imagine rolling hills of former ocean floor that give the wines grown on this particular Côte (aka slope, escarpment, inland ‘coast’ - you get the idea) an electrolyte-replenishing amount of minerality - some would say the only ‘minerality’ that actually exists. Hot take, but regardless, we want oceans of this wine in our mouths. Pair this concentrated, sapid elixir with a weekend learning to forage edible flowers, keep bees, and shuck oysters perfectly.
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*Although we will always do our best to offer free shipping when possible, customers in especially remote locations may be contacted for additional delivery fees.

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