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Each Cellar Case contains 12 bottles, ready to drink now or in the years ahead. From 5 different producers you receive; 2 Champagne, 2 White, 2 Orange, 3 French Red, 3 Italian Red

Also includes the Cellar Case Wine Journal providing detailed tasting notes, winemaker information, and paring suggestions, as well as space to write your own notes and memories when drinking each bottle, to compare year after year.

COST: $1,000+tax
$200 deposit to reserve your case
Remaining balance invoiced prior to case delivery

DELIVERY: Hand delivered, in a custom vintage wine crate perfect for storage, during the first week of April, at your convenience.

Winemakers Featured in Cellar Case
Champagne Tarlant 
Champagne, France 
Benoît and Mélanie Tarlant are the brother/sister team behind Tarlant, a 12th generation Champagne house started in 1687. During the early 20th century their ancestor Louis Tarlant was part of the Champagne Revolution and was instrumental in creating the AOC Champagne region we know now, as well as developing one of the first independent estates in Champagne. Benoît and Mélanie's father Jean-Mary began the move to natural Champagne in the 1970's! This is the forefront of natural Champagne from a truly iconic estate. 

Isaac and Manuel Cantalapiedra 
Castilla y Leon, Spain
The Cantalapiedra's come from a long line of winegrowers, since the 19th century, centered around the town of Valladolid. The current estate was planted and built in 1949 by Heliodoro Cantalapiedra at the age of 15. Certified organic early on, Isaac and then his son Manuel have since taken over creating their first vintage in 2014. Because the land has been worked organically for so long and without irrigation the Verdejo grapes are of the highest quality with bright acidity. Manuel is a classically trained pianist and his artistic nature shows through the delicately produced terroir driven wines of the Cantalapiedra estate. 

Franco Terpin 
Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy
Located on the farthest Eastern border of Italy right next to Slovenia is the well-known winemaker Franco Terpin. He started as a farmer of livestock in the 1970s and incorporated vines thereafter, bottling his first vintage in 1994. He reached full organic certification starting in 2011 and has worked closely with Biodynamic consultant Michel Barbaud to create a fully circular farm. His orange wines have become representative of the region and his long maceration style creates wines with immense depth and expression. 

Louis-Claude Desvignes 
Beaujolais, France
Claude-Emmanuelle and Louis-Benoît are the 8th generation of winemakers of the Desvignes family and the first to be certified organic. When your last name translates to "of the vines" winemaking is more than a lifestyle; the family's history is intrinsically tied to land. They are one of the leading Beaujolais estates in the coveted Morgon appellation. Though many Beaujolais are meant to be young the Desvignes focus on specific age-worthy wine and pick their fruit later than neighboring farms. Wine from the Desvignes is both a piece of history and a precursor of the future. 

Case Corini 
Piedmonte, Italy 
Case Corini located in the hills above Bra, the originating town of the Italian Slow Food Movement, is a place steeped in tradition and magic. Lorenzo Corino was an icon in the natural wine world, a 5th generation winemaker whose spirit, kindness, and sense of beauty permeated his wines that he cared for with a deep expression of love. He sadly passed away at the end of 2021, but his children Guido and Luisa have taken over and will continue the legacy of the Corino family. Lorenzo spent his life working for the Italian government on soil regeneration so was particularly obsessed with land health. He began making wine in 1967 and his secret… go slowly with intention. You are on nature’s time, not your own. His wines are subtle, yet incredibly complex. They are the pinnacle example of how natural wine can be just as big, bold, and age-worthy as conventional wine, while still focused on regenerative farming and minimal intervention.