If you're missing France and all its gastronomic delights as much as us, we suggest transporting yourself via these bottles.
Ruppert-Leroy Champagne - Cuvée Martin Fontaine 2015
You've made it this far through 2020, treat yourself. This 100% Chardonnay Brut Nature is a heaven sent bottle of sparkling lemon meringue, honeycomb, and hazelnut. Now if we could just find this fountain of Champagne.
Alexandre Bain - Pierre Précieuse 2016
Like a Pokemon reaching its final form, Sauvignon Blanc in the hands of Alexandre Bain evolves into a monstrously beautiful being. Harvested at peak ripeness and allowed to mature for several years before bottling, this wine becomes amazingly well suited to Thanksgiving fare.
Ad Vinum - Levat 2018
As a former sommelier at some of Paris' best restaurants, Sebastien Chatillon knows what works with food. This copper-hued, co-fermented rosé comes from Tavel, hence the name switcharoo, and with it on the table you'll feel as if you hired a sommelier for the evening.
Domaine St. Pierre - Gaudrettes 2018
The Jura produces red wines that are somehow ethereal, effortless, and profound at the same time. This Pinot Noir from Fabrice Dodane is no exception. Bursting with red fruits, blood orange, and forest floor; the wine is amazingly layered. The hard part is making the bottle last long enough to catch all those layers.