Monthly Specials


Jul 2020 Usual Case
(cs.btl cost)
*2019 Chateau Haut Pasquet Entre Deux Mers, Bordeaux, France $10.99 $14.99 $120 ($10.00)
*2018 Domaine des Herbauges Grolleau Gris, Loire Valley, France $10.99 $12.99 $120 ($10.00)
*2019 Uva Non Grata Gamay, Vin de France $10.99 $13.99 $120 ($10.00)
*2019 Abadia de Acon Ribera del Duero Joven, Castile Y Leon, Spain $10.99 $13.99 $120 ($10.00)
2017 Dom. de Valensac Pays d'Oc Cabernet Sauvignon, Languedoc, Fr. $10.99 $12.99 $120 ($10.00)
2019 Dom. de Valensac Pays d'Oc Chardonnay, Languedoc, France $10.99 $12.99 $120 ($10.00)
NV Tenuta Sant' Anna Prosecco Brut, Veneto, Italy $11.99 $16.99 $132 ($11.00)
2017 Jeanne Marie Pinot Noir, California $13.99 $15.99 $156 ($13.00)

Wine Notes


Here is the line-up for our case of the month and, as always, there are 2 each of the first 4 wines (*) and 1 each of the last 4 wines.
A NOTE ABOUT OUR CASE OF THE MONTH:  - Our case of the month is an excellent way to get real value for your wine dollar and drink wines from around the world, carefully selected by J. Emerson staff.  No need to join an Internet wine club with their mystery wines and made up labels – Our case is infinitely more interesting and a better value! The discounted price for the July case-of-the-month is $116.99; the regular price would be $170, a savings of over 30%!

*2019 Chateau Haut Pasquet Entre Deux Mers, Bordeaux, France - Classic aromas of freshly cut grass, grapefruit, and gooseberry. Light and refreshing, with notes of citrus and lemongrass on the palate. The finish is crisp and dry. Enjoy with seafood, roasted chicken or fresh cheeses
*2018 Domaine des Herbauges Grolleau Gris, Loire Valley, France –“Produced from rare pink-skinned Grolleau Gris, this wine almost has the texture of a rosé, with a touch of tannin as well as fresh citrus and pink-grapefruit flavors. It is a great aperitif style that will also be good party starter. Drink now” (WE 1/1/20)
*2019 Uva Non Grata Gamay, Vin de France- Uva Non Grata (Latin for ‘ungrateful grapes’) refers to the historical downgrading of Gamay in Burgundy in favor of Pinot Noir. But now Gamay has its revenge in this perfect summer red. Aromas of violets and crunchy red berries with great acid and gentle tannins; it’s a no fuss wine that you can serve with a slight chill.
*2019 Abadia de Acon Ribera del Duero Joven, Castile Y Leon, Spain - 100% Tempranillo – this unoaked Joven (young wine) has aromas of cola, cocoa, soft dried fruit and a touch of spice. On the palate it is a smooth, easy drinking and fleshy red with ripe tannins. A good burger and beef wine.
2017 Domaine de Valensac Pays d’Oc Cabernet Sauvignon, Languedoc, France - A friendly Cabernet with muted aromas of ripe black fruits and a touch of bing cherries. On the palate the wine is round and harmonious, with some spices and powdered velvety tannins. Pair with filet mignon or beef tenderloin.
2019 Domaine de Valensac Pays d’Oc Chardonnay, Languedoc, France – A great little Chardonnay from the Languedoc. Fresh and easy going with peach, melon and a creamy buttery edge, it refreshes and entertains with its breezy style. Great by itself or with fish and white meats.
NV Tenuta Sant’ Anna Prosecco Brut, Veneto, Italy- 100% Glera, the grape of Prosecco, Fresh with notes of acacia flowers and white peach. Lively with a creamy texture and a crisp finish. A great Aperitif and a perfect foil for fried chicken or fish, plus it’s only 11%ABV.
2017 Jeanne Marie Pinot Noir, California – Jeanne Marie is the wife of David Gorden (wine director at Tribeca Grill) and this is his easy drinking Pinot with ripe aromas of raspberry and cherries with a touch of baking spice on the palate. It finishes super smooth with supple tannins.