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2018 Chateau Saint Antoine Fleur Saint-Antoine Bordeaux Superieur

I bumped into this super inexpensive Bordeaux Superieur in the cheap seats (aisles of wine, not the wooden bins) and pulled the trigger right away so I could report back if this was worth buying. I love finding these affordable Bordeaux at Costco to try. The wine earned 90 points from Wine Enthusiast as indicated …

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2020 Chateau Bas Coteaux d’Aix-en-Provence Rosé

We always love finding new bottles of rosé at Costco to try, particularly those from Provence, France, which is well known for stellar rosé.  This one hails from Coteaux d’Aix-en-Provence which is the furthest West area of the region. There’s a really good website with a ton of information on the area for those who …

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2019 Clos des Lunes Lune d’Argent Bordeaux Blanc

This might not be the first bottle you gravitate to if you’re not familiar with it, or haven’t tasted many white Bordeaux, but white wine fans should take note.  This is a fantastic wine at a great price. The retail price is around $19.99 and Costco is selling for $13.99; gotta love that.  Critic scores …

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Veuve Clicquot Brut Champagne Yellow Label

As we’ve been drinking more Champagne, I’ve been wanting to buy a bottle of Veuve Clicquot to see how it stacks up. I’ve had a few bottles over the years and have always enjoyed them. This Champagne is widely available and almost always in stock, at least in the stores around the Atlanta area. We …

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2018 Gerard Bertrand An 825 Cremant de Limoux Brut Rose

I almost passed this bottle up thinking it was the Gerard Bertrand Thomas Jefferson Cuvee that we reviewed last year, and really enjoyed. The similarities are uncanny: the price, the label, the varietal blend, the origin (both Limoux Brut Rosé); the ABV, but different vintages, 2017 vs 2018. But then I noticed this one was …

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Langlois Chateau Cremant de Loire Brut

We drink a fair amount of bubbly wine at our house.  It just goes with anything, any meal, anybody.  Long time readers know that we love the Kirkland Champagne for $19.99.  That’s real French Champagne at an almost unheard of price. We were excited to see another French bubbly hit our Costco stores, this time …

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2017 Gerard Bertrand Tautavel Grand Terroir

Here’s a name you might know (Gerard Bertrand) but a region you might not (Tautavel). This makes for an interesting combo to explore. I first purchased this wine last year from Wine.com for $16, which was also my first experience with a wine from Tautavel, and I really enjoyed it.  You’re always pretty safe in …

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2017 Louis Latour Les Bastides Pinot Noir

Louis Latour is a powerhouse in Burgundy wine, and this is an interesting offering from them because it is actually grown outside the confines of Burgundy. It’s a little tricky to navigate on the label, and the last time we reviewed this wine, a reader popped in with some good info.  This wine is actually …

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2019 Kirkland Signature Sancerre

It’s always exciting when there’s a new addition to the Kirkland Signature portfolio of wines, and we’ve seen a few good ones over the past 12 months.  There was the new K Vine Kirkland wines (Chardonnay and Rosé) from Charles Smith, and the Kirkland Barolo that come to mind. This Sancerre is definitely on the …

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