Celebrate Valentine’s Day with our new selection of Italian wines from Paolo E Noemia D’Amico.

Take a drive just beyond Rome, through the northern end of Lazio. Peel west off the A1, far from the madding crowds of Tuscany and Umbria. A sharp turn left, gravel clicks a slower pace. The narrow, winding lane etched into the Tuscia hillside ascends Vaiano, lush farmland neatly unfurled in green and gold.

Verdant bluffs give way to a dramatic limestone canvas, sheared away by time to reveal broad strokes of matted clay, glinting peperino and coppery tufo streaks rendered by an eons-old volcanic artist that created this masterpiece: The Calanchi. It is here among the Calanchi’s deep mineral cliffs and calciferous valleys where Paolo and Noemia d’Amico combine worldly sophistication with world-class wine. The Calanchi is one of the richest limestone and tufa outcroppings in the world, and is a UNESCO protected geological site reminiscent of the Kimmeridgian.

A graceful blend of old world tradition and new breed techniques meet inside the d’Amico estate’s tufa-carved cellars. Winemaker Guillaume Gelly oversees both growth and production of the 90-hectare estate, with 21 hectares planted primarily across the Calanchi and into the gentle, rolling hills of Umbria, Lazio and Southern Tuscany.

Available to order now:

Paolo e Noemia d’Amico, Calanchi di Vaiano Chardonnay (2016) · 750 mL × 6

Paolo e Noemia d’Amico, Noe Bianco (2016) · 750 mL × 12

Paolo e Noemia d’Amico, Seiano Bianco (2016) · 750 mL × 12


Paolo e Noemia D'Amico Foto: Víctor Sokolowicz

Vaiano, Private Property (http://www.cedricreversade.com), Italy

Integrity Wines is thrilled to introduce “les Vignerons Parisiens” Paris one and only (and top!) urban winery !

Very unique concept, Les Vignerons Parisiens is a real winery in Le Marais, making wines from grapes sourced from organic and biodynamic vineyard.

Paris has a long history of winemaking since up until the 60’s Bercy was a place for wine trade. At that time, barrels would be transported on the Seine river to Paris where the wine was bottled and sold to negociants. The idea of Les Vignerons Parisiens is to bring back to life some of the wine history of Paris and push it a little bit further by making the wine, from the grape to the bottle, in the heart of Paris.

The wines are already well-recognized and distributed in wine stores and restaurants in Paris as well as in Japan, Spain and UK.

This successful story is now arriving in NYC and will soon be available in many well-known stores and restaurants.




*Available to order now*

Château Cordeillan-Bages, a great vineyard and an exclusive dining experience

cordeillan-btThe two hectares of the small Cordeillan-Bages vineyard sit to the south of Pauillac on a gravelly ridge of the Bages plateau. Formerly the home of a wine that was classified in the 1932 cru bourgeois classification, it was bought in 1985 by Jean-Michel Cazes, owner of its illustrious neighbor, Château Lynch-Bages. The addition of several plots of vines to the estate leads to the revival of a great wine whose reputation is now at its height.

  • Grape varieties: 80% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Merlot
  • Ageing: 15 months in French oak barrels
  • New barrels: 50%
  • Bottling: during spring, the second year following harvest
  • Wine Spectator 91 points

Recently, Château Cordeillan-Bages has welcomed a new Chef bringing a fresh vision of haute cuisine and great wines. Julien Lefebvre is grateful for his childhood in Normandy, inspired by the artisans of his family deeply rooted in the food-producing region where he found his calling. Trained by Frédéric Anton at Le Pré Catelan***, he pursued his prestigious career alongside Mathieu Pacaud at the Parisian restaurants Histoires**, Hexagone* and the reopened Le Divellec*. At 35, he has become the new Executive Chef at Cordeillan-Bages, and Catering Director for the group Famille JM Cazes.

Wine and gastronomy are the very heart and soul of Médoc lifestyle. Every bottle and recipe embodies the geography and history, the fruit we have nurtured, the climate, soils, tradition and ‘savoir-faire’ as well as friendship and the pleasure of sharing.”  Jean-Michel Cazes

David S., Jean-Charles C., Jean-Michel C (1)Jean-Charles Cazes, David Stephan, Jean-Michel Cazes

Wine Enthusiast: top scores for Domaine Amirault and Legras & Haas

The editors at Wine Enthusiast have recently rated and reviewed Domaine Amirault and Legras & Haas.

Below are the top scores they were awarded:


Maison Legras & Haas

Brigitte Haas and François Legras met in 1967, both already passionate grower and maker they founded the house Legras & Haas in 1991.

The Legras-Haas family members devote themselves to the unique terroir they groom and the fantastic wines it makes. François Legras was taught at a very young age by his father Lucien. In fifty years of an eventful career his passion never left him. His great experience in growing, making and blending is a true guarantee of quality and a great asset for the new generation.

He loves his champagnes and the wine hills of Chouilly, was one of the first to recognize the potential of the Perthois winemaking area in the eighties and is a expert of the Bar Séquanais Pinot noirs. He defends a precise viticulture freed from prejudices.

Rémi and Olivier Legras have run the house for fifteen years now with the same passion. They put many effort in promoting strict quality processes, precise vines growing and continue to elaborate the pristine and subtle wines that made the reputation of the house.

The harvest is done by hand only, this has many benefits. It respects the integrity of the berries which is a crucial point for the quality of the juices and it allows to keep the stem (Wooden skeleton of the cluster). The stem will act like a drain during pressing allowing to extract more juice with less pressure. Picking the bunch of grapes also prevents early oxidation of the harvest.


Domaine Amirault 

The Amirault family has lived at Le Clos des Quarterons for over 180 years. Those 180 years have been filled with stories, soul-searching and doubt but also joy. For almost two centuries, six generations have paced the vines and guided the wines, respecting the work of their predecessors and making quality their priority.

Cabernet franc is the main grape variety on the estate. It is used to create a range of very different red wines, according to the type of terroir and the age of the vines.

They also grow Chenin blanc and Chardonnay grapes. They are used to create the  “Quarterons Blanc” and the Crémant de Loire « Les Quarterons » Maison Amirault gently sparkling.

The wines are certified both organic and biodynamic.

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*Available to order now*

Explore our selection of organic and biodynamic wines

Integrity Wines works with artisan winegrowers and small estate wineries to find distinctive, handcrafted wines that you are not likely to find or taste anywhere else. Here is the list of our organic and biodynamic (when specified) wineries.

Domaine Barth Rene
Domaine Michel Fonné

Château Moulin de la Grangere
Château Olivier
Chateau Virecourt-Conte

Domaine Desvignes
Domaine Francois Feuillet
Domaine Geantet-Pansiot
Domaine Lapalus
Domaine Paul Carillon
Domaine Sebastien Dampt
Maison Dampt

Château de la Liquiere
Domaine Borie La Vitarele (biodynamic)

Loire Valley
Clos de l’Abbaye
Domaine Amirault (biodynamic)
Domaine Wilfrid Rousse (biodynamic)
La Haubette (biodynamic)

Château La Mascaronne
Château d’Astros
La Ferme des Lices

Rhône Valley
Domaine Etienne Pochon
Domaine François Merlin
Domaine Pierre Andre (biodynamic)
Domaine la Roubine

Quinta de Covela


United States
Merriam Vineyards
Trathen Hall

Wine Tasting with Arabella Hall of Trathen Hall on June 14th

arabella-2Integrity Wines would like to invite you to meet Arabella Hall, co-founder and winemaker of Trathen Hall, boutique Oregon winery, brand new at Integrity Wines!

Trathen Hall Wines was founded by Blair Trathen and Arabella Hall. Blair hails from the South Island of New Zealand, and Arabella grew up on the even smaller island of Martha’s Vineyard, Mass., where the two first met. With post graduate diplomas in viticulture and oenology from Lincoln University in New Zealand, they embarked on a decade long winemaking odyssey working in vineyards and making wine around the globe, namely New Zealand, Western Australia, South Africa, New York and Oregon. The majority of their experience had been in the Central Otago region of New Zealand, but in 2008 they were lured back to the Willamette Valley. It is in Oregon with the generous support of family and the wine making community that Trathen Hall Wines has come to fruition.

Tasting with Arabella Hall

Wednesday June 14th, 2017
From 3pm to 5pm

At 152 W 36th Street, Room 605, New York NY10018

By invitation only – RSVP by Monday June 12 @ info@integritywines.com


Spanish wines : new addition to the portfolio

Spanish wine is an exciting new addition to Integrity Wines portfolio. Contact us to taste our new white sparkling Cava Brut Reserva Lonia and red Aduna Crianza.

In addition to our top-rated French wines, Integrity Wines portfolio now includes wines from Portugal, Spain and the U.S.

Bodegas Heredad de Aduna, Crianza 2014

AdunaRed Wine

100% Tempranillo

Deep cherry-red with garnet hues. Clean and bright.
Intense, complex nose. Ripe red fruit and toasty, and woody notes.
Very pleasant attack. Ample in the mouth.
Aromas of red berries are complemented with notes of fine wood, tobacco, light toasting and liquorice.
Good structure with firm tannins.
Very pleasant, lingering finish.

>> See the video presentation



Cava Brut Reserva Lonia

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Parellada 40% – Xarel.lo 25% – Macabeo 25% – Chardonnay 10%

Only 50 % of the first juice of the estate grown grapes has been selected for this cava. Fermentation took place at 15 º C during three weeks. Blending was made before the second fermentation in the bottle. A slight increase of the alcohol volume took place during this second fermentation and also the pressure inside the bottle, reaching 6 atmospheres of carbonic gas.
During two years the wine remained in the bottle, resting in contact with the gist sediments and acquiring the optimal organoleptic characteristics of a high quality cava.
After the traditional process of remuage and disgorgement removed sediments, the bottle was quickly topped with a little licor de expedición and a first quality cork with corresponding wire clip.


Brand new at Integrity: organic Domaine Wilfrid Rousse Chinon “Les Galuches”

Les-GaluchesBrand new in our book: Chinon “Les Galuches” 2016 by Wilfrid Rousse.

This is an exemplary Chinon, with brilliant bluish-red colour and typical Cabernet Franc nose of cedar and currant leaf, with supple redcurrant fruit and gentle grip in the finish.

Wilfrid Rousse has 18 hectares of Cabernet Franc, across a wide range of soils. Having completed three years in conversion the wines since 2011 are certified organic. Les Galuches is from young vines grown on sand and gravel lying near to the river Vienne.

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