I love tasting with importer Peter Weygandt and he has an incredibly diverse portfolio that always seems to deliver the goods. Peter always comments that he loves crisp, pure wines, and while those characteristics are seemingly always present, I’d like to add that his wines also deliver concentration, depth, and intensity, as well as singular characters.

This tasting looks at a handful of his new releases from a number of regions in France including Alsace, Loire, Burgundy, the Rhône Valley, Languedoc, and the Roussillon, well as plenty of wines from Austria, Germany, Italy, Spain, and Portugal. These are primarily tiny, family-run estates focusing on sustainable and organic farming, low yields, and high quality; it shows in the wines. I continue to be a huge fan of the wines brought in by Weygandt and these are unquestionably worth your time and money.

As always, happy hunting,


By Jeb Dunnuck
Founder & Wine Critic
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