Wines from families, not factories
Featured vineyard: Kita Wines – Winemaker Tara Gomez was named Vinepair’s winemaker of the year in 2021.
Wines from families, not factories.
Bourget Imports is a specialty wine importing and distribution company featuring family growers. We strive to offer wines that deliver the highest quality possible at the greatest value. We work with a well curated selection that includes many notable wine producers from across the globe.
Pampmosa½ Pamplemousse Rosè½ Tiamo Prosecco or Mas Fi Cava Pamplemousse CocktailGreat to serve for a crowd! In a pitcher, add a few sprigs of fresh rosemary (crushed by hand or muddled)1 bottle of Pamplemousse Rosè2 oz of gin or tequilaAdd ice, and garnish with a...
Annette Peters, Bourget Imports featured in the Star Tribune
The Star Tribune covers how local Bourget Imports is affected being in the middle of a U.S.-E.U. trade dispute over aircraft manufacturing. Read the full article from the Star Tribune: Tariff fights with Europe weigh heavily on local wine importers
Save the Date | Spring Tasting April 5 & 6
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Beyond Port Wine in the Douro Valley
Portugal boasts an exceptional quality-to-price ratio on table wines, yet Portuguese wines are often overlooked by consumers. It may be that many consumers don’t recognize the varieties—which is not surprising, considering there are over 250 indigenous varieties, and...
FREE THE PRUNES! Another great Tariff update
On Friday February 14th, the clock slowly ticked by. Finally, just before 6:00 pm the announcement came: USTR Revises $7.5 Billion Award Implementation Against EU in Airbus Case, stating that…
Threat of wine tariffs is still looming
Earlier this week you may have heard that an agreement has been reached between Presidents Macron (France) and Trump regarding the French Digital Service Tax (DST) through 2020. The DST threatened to target French Sparkling wine and Champagne. The DST tariff may be on hold, but the wine tariff war still wages on…There are two tariffs of which the wine industry is caught in the crossfire, and the other still stands to cause catastrophic damage.