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Blind Taste with co-founders Arden & Margaux. To celebrate their birthdays and 9 years of Argaux, they collaborated on a limited edition birthday Blind Tasting Kit. Margaux selected the red wine, and Arden selected the white wine. They do not know what the other chose!
The only parameters? It must be a special wine that sparks the best of memories and plays an important role in the story of Argaux. Nothing is off limits. May the odds be ever in your favor.
- A white & red bottle of wine, wrapped to conceal their identity
- A note from Arden & Margaux
- The Argaux Blind Tasting Booklet
- Unique code unlocking 25% off site wide through 2/29 during our Annual Birthday Party Sale
Moreau Naudet will forever be one of our most cherished producers. Known for producing Dauvissat-style wines, young or old, there is no question that it is excellent – a perfect expression of Chablis.
Organic/biodynamic farming practices, hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation and women-winemaker.
Champagne Coquillette is run by 4th-generation winemaker Stéphane Coquilette, and is a member of Vignerons Indépendants de France. This wine stands out for its structure, finesse, and delicacy.
Organic farming practices, hand-harvested, wine is fermented and aged in oak barrels for nine months, zero dosage.
We just opened a bottle of this over the holidays and it was singing. The tannins were smooth and the flavors were perfectly integrated. It is ready to drink and be enjoyed with some bolognese!
Sustainable farming practices
This medium-bodied Pinot from prolific old school Napa winery, Hendry, is bright with fruit, has crisp acidity and velvety tannins. Try with mushroom and goat cheese tartlets, mushroom risotto, duck, or a cheese board with Brie and charcuterie.
Sustainable farming practices and family-owned winery.
This Southern Rhone stunner comes from Saint-Montan, halfway between Cornas and Châteauneuf-du-Pape. The wine is smoothe and velvety with just enough weight to warm you up on a cold night.
Family-owned, organic farming practices and native yeast fermentation.
The roots run deep with Vincent & Sophie Morey who both come from a long line of Burgundian winemakers. This classic white burgundy from the legendary husband & wife duo comes from 4 parcels in Puligny, Chassagne and Santenay.
Organic farming practices
This is our new ‘gaux-to’ Pinot Noir that outperforms its price point. It’s bursting with flavor and has a velvety mouthfeel and great structure due to the 9 months spent on neutral oak.
Organic farming practices, woman-winemaker
Yarden is the premier label and flagship brand of Golan Heights Winery in Israel. Each year the finest grapes from the best vineyards are reserved for Yarden wines. Yarden is the Hebrew for Jordan River, which bisects the Golan Heights from the Galilee.
Sustainably farmed, aged in small French oak barrels for 18 months, kosher.
Contrary to the very high prices found in Hermitage, Cornas, and Côte-Rôtie, wines from Crozes-Hermitage tend to fall at much more affordable price points—and are just as textured, complex, and delicious! This savory, food-friendly wine pairs perfectly with any meat dishes and this https://argaux.com/frenchy-lentils/
Organic and biodynamic farming practices, destemmed, and raised in a combination of 225 and 500-liter French oak barrels (very small amount of new oak used)
This organic olive oil from Sicily makes for the ultimate stocking stuffer! It is made from the local Antica Verdese variety and is aromatic with a buttery richness and just the right amount of spicy kick.
Organic farming proactices
Evening Land Vineyards is the Oregon-based brainchild of Sashi Moorman and Raj Parr, two of California’s most revered winemakers. Chardonnays from this specific area of Oregon are frequently compared to those of Burgundy, and this slightly reductive, incredibly complex bottling is no exception!
Organic and practicing biodynamic farming methods, LIVE certified, dry farmed, and only 695 cases produced.
This Pinot Noir comes from 60-80 year old vines grown in the best parts of Burgundy. Unlike a lot of other Burgundies this wine is made with 15% whole cluster grapes with make the wine smooth and approachable from a young age. Enjoy now through 2030.
Sustainable farming practices, hand-harvested, and native yeast fermentation.
Chianti Classico is our go-to wine for pizza, pasta, and all things red sauce—and this Riserva expression from San Giorgi a Lapi checks all of our boxes. Savory, acid-forward, and loaded with layers of complex flavors, this bottle promises to elevate any Italian-inspired supper at home. Be sure to serve slightly chilled!
Sustainable farming practices, fermented in stainless steel, and aged for 24 months in a combination of large, old oak barrels and smaller, new barriques.
Reminiscing on that delicious carafe of bistro wine from your last jaunt to Paris? There’s a good chance that it was made from Cabernet Franc. Best known as the signature red grape of the Loire Valley, these peppery, earthy wines are perfect for enjoying chilled with a variety of hearty fare—and this affordable, well-made expression from fifth-generation winemakers Thierry and Lydie Chancelle at Domaine Chancelle is no exception.
Sustainable farming practices, 40-year-old vines, hand harvested, and vinified in a combination of tank and used oak foudres. Light filtration prior to release.
Looking for a unique white wine that can go the limits? Check out this Greco di Tufo from Cantine di Marzo. Produced from volcanic soils in Italy’s Campania region, this complex and textured wine is like drinking southern Italian history—and it’s a no brainer with pizza and antipasti alike.
Sustainably farmed, handpicked fruit, fermented with selected yeasts, and vinified / aged sur-lie entirely in steel so as to preserve acidity and fruit forwardness.
2020 was a great year for Burgundy in terms of quality, but not quantity. Yields were low and stock is hard to come by. Get it while to can, especially since the following vintage, 2021, was a catastrophe.
Organic and biodynamic farming practices, hand-harvested, native yeast fermentation, unfined/unfiltered.
Favoring lots of Oregon tones this is a classic example of Pacific Northwest Pinot Noir. It has an extremely smooth texture and layers of red fruit followed by earth that makes it complex. This Pinot punches way above its weight.
Organic farming practices and only 140 cases produced.
We tapped the ladies at Atelier Saucier, a Los Angeles based modern tablescape design house, to make the cocktail napkins of our dreams!
All of their linens are sustainably sourced, rescued, repurposed and locally made in Los Angeles. They hand-pick surplus, premium fabrics so that no two styles are alike.
This Americana striped cocktail napkin set is versatile, unisex, and neutral for any kitchen.
4-piece cocktail napkin set > 5” x 5”
100% premium reclaimed fabric
Made in Los Angeles
Wash cold, dry flat, press with low iron while damp
At Argaux, wine is a part of a well balanced and healthy lifestyle. In this kit we have highlighted seasoned chef Letitia Clark’s cookbook from Sardinia, a Sardinian wine to go along with your meal and an organic olive oil. We are all looking for the key to longevity and this is our starter kit for living long, healthy and happy lives.
*Products subject to change based on availability. This is the beautiful nature of working with small producers.
In Bitter Honey, seasoned chef Letitia Clark invites us into her new home on one of the most beautiful islands in the Mediterranean Sea – Sardinia. Cooking here reflects life: it is a slow and relaxed affair.
It is Mediterranean cooking at its purest, making liberal use of olive oil, fish, and fresh vegetables. But it’s also distinguished by indigenous ingredients that are becoming hot trends in America: pecorino, flatbread, fava beans, fregola, and bottarga.
Hardcover, 256 pages
Dimensions: 7.85 x 1.25 x 10.05 inches