With our wine dinners taking the sideline for now, we still wanted to get some of our favorite wines into your hands, ready for the dinner table or as a gift. We are really proud to bring you the Le Grand Wine Club!



How Le Grand Wine Club Works



Each month we will be working with some of the best people in the industry to curate an intriguing and delectable selection of wines, bringing you vinous delights that may be hard to find, unique, fascinating, or just downright delicious.


Each month we will offer either 6 or 12 bottle options. The price may vary to reflect the selection, but we assure you it will always be great value. There is no ongoing commitment or signup procedure - we just wanted to get some of our favorite wines out to you all.


For February we are jumping aboard the EuroStar with our Interrail pass and having a whistlestop tour of France, Spainand Italy. Joining forces with Evergreen Fine Wines we've got some classic wine producers and lesser known gems to explore the differences and nuances of these countries and their creators.


The 'Le Grand Wine Club' February Selection

#1 – Benvolio Prosecco D.O.C. NV, Italy
-The 'well-wisher'. Lightly filtered and fined - an excellent expression of the Friuli terroir.


#2 – Caves D'Esclans 'Whispering Angel' Cotes De Provence 2019, France
-Our first rosé  in the wine club had to be from Provence, and from one of the most famous producers, too.


#3 – Numanthia 'Termes' Tempranillo, 2016, Toro, Spain

- You cannot visit Spain without sampling Rioja, and this modern, full style from one of the areas top producers is an excellent introduction.

#4 – Tenuta Di Arceno, Chianti Classico Riserva, 2016, Italy

– an expressive and elegant sangiovese is flooded with the herbs and citrus of this Tuscan region. Highly rated, excellent value, great aging potential.

#5 – il fauno di Arcanum, Bordeaux-style Blend, 2016, Tuscany, Italy

– We thought this would be fun to stay in the same region as #4, but take the French grapes we know so well and see the Italian approach to them. A bold and earthy super Tuscan to go with your next indulgent pasta night.

#6 – Ch. Des Cadrans, Lassègue, St. Emilion Grand Cru, 2016, France

- Following on from #4 and #5 we arrive back in Bordeaux to revisit those grapes, but in their traditional style. Sustainably managed forests and particular barrel selection are the hallmarks of this fine, almost 300 year old, estate.


Price and Collection Details



Wine will be available as a 6-pack (one of each wine) or 12-pack (2 of each wine). 


6-pack ~ $150

12-pack ~ $250


Please order by Sunday, February 20th. You will then be able to pickup at the restaurant on or after Thursday, February 25th. 


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