Week 3-Alex Sanchez
Alex & Elena Sanchez Elena continue the Brovia family tradition of making unadulterated, organic wines that are driven by the terroir in the heart of Barolo country.
“The main thing I do is I try to preserve the terroir of the wines. We are 100% organic as all stewards of the vines should be."
Alex Sanchez took charge of Brovia's winemaking in 2001 from his father in law Giacinto Brovia. Along side his wife Elena, the two have managed to raise the already fantastic estate to new heights. This was not accomplished by some great revolution in the winery, or new technology employed in the vineyard. Quite the opposite. They simply held the course of meticulous organic farming, sustainable viticulture, and biodiveristy. That which was old, is new again, and the results are immaculate wines in every bottle.
Week 2- Natasha Williams
Bosman Family Wines/Lelie von Saron
Wines of great pleasure and diversity. Minimalistic winemaking that pays homage to land and heritage to showcase a sense of place.
"I make wine that showcases the purity of fruit... origin and a sense of place and what we can expect from that variety. I’ve never been boxed into making only one thing."
From iconic South African varietals such as Chenin Blanc, to international varietals like Nero d'Avola, the Stellenbosch native displays her winemaking dexterity with ease. Her low intervention wines are clean and precise, which makes them excellent choices for all audiences. Ms. Williams is quickly rising to the forefront of the conversation surrounding the greats of South African winemaking-- find out why!
Week 1-Clarisse de Suremain
Round, emotional wines which fill the palate and pop with
Clarisse de Suremain is not only new to the United States,
she is new to releasing wine! 2022 is
only her fourth vintage...ever!
Clarisse makes less than 1000 cases a year.
Le Dû Wines
600 Washington Street
West Village New York City
Mon - Fri, 10am - 8pm
Saturday, 11am - 8pm