Celebrate our early spring with a French rosé! It’s a perfect excuse to pop the cork on a chilled, dry rosé and say goodbye to winter! Our selection includes wines from the Cote du Rhone to Provence, priced from $6.99 to $15.99. Our top choice is the salmon colored, minerally 2008 Commanderie de la Bargemone ($15.99) from Provence.

Brasserie Lebbe L’Amalthée beer: This delicious beer is hand produced by the Lebbe family. Organic farmers and goat cheese producers, their self-sustaining farm is powered by natural goat compost and the wind. They grow their own barley for the beer and the spent grains are fed to the lucky goats! Light, pleasantly malty, with flavors suggestive of citrus, herbs, and hops. Their highly limited production means that our distributor is usually out of stock, so when a new shipment arrived last week, we grabbed two cases! $10.99 (750 ml)

2006 Domaine Jo Pithon 2006 Anjou Cab Franc ($29.99) Anjou is produced from 50 year old organically farmed vines grown in St. Aubin’s slate and volcanic soils. Winemaker Jo Pithon believes in minimal intervention during the winemaking process. No sugar or yeast was added, yielding a pure expression of Cabernet Franc and a reflection of the terroir. Aged in oak for 18 months, it is brooding, full-bodied and loaded with black fruit flavors. Showing great lift, it has excellent balance, structure and complexity. This is a delicious Cab Franc!

Beginning Monday March 1, Paris Grocery will be open seven days per week. Our hours are 10-6 Monday through Saturday and 11-5 on Sundays.

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