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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. View our Portfolio

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Coming Soon

Coming Soon

We are adding to our portfolio! We are happy to offer Pamp Fizz  ! The specialty French libation blends carbonated Rosě with refreshing grapefruit flavors making it the perfect hello to summer. Now Available Contact your rep for more details!  

Making the Grand Cru of Sancerre

Making the Grand Cru of Sancerre

Gerard Boulay Chavignol Sancerre, France This family domaine of 9ha located in Chavignol can trace its history back to 1380. The land records for that year mention a Jean Boulay as owner of vineyards in Chavignol. At the time, the Clos de Beaujeu in Chavignol was...

Bedrock

Bedrock

BEDROCK! Caretakers of California’s Heritage Vines Morgan Twain Peterson and Chris Cotrell The biggest and most important thing about both these guys is that they are the custodians of several heritage vine sites in California.  They own ( such as the Bedrock...

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Gulfi: Guardians of Sicily’s Terroir

Gulfi: Guardians of Sicily’s Terroir

Roman traditions & indigineous Sicilian varieties Vito Catania was one of many generations in a family focused on agriculture through the production of wine and olive oil. As Vito took over the family business, he pioneered a focus on the...

Paltrinieri Lambrusco: Art Inside & Out

Paltrinieri Lambrusco: Art Inside & Out

Situated on a narrow strip of land just between the Secchia and Panaro rivers just north of Modena, is Cantina Paltrineri’s main vineyard, “Christo”, where loose soils rich with organic matter impart salinity and savory notes to Paltrineri’s Lambruscos. ...

Five generations in the making, Talai Berri Txakolina was the first of its kind

Five generations in the making, Talai Berri Txakolina was the first of its kind

At one time Txakoli was only found in private homes and nearly disappeared, but Talai Berri Txakolina made their household drink a business, also developing a D.O. as a means of protecting the production of wines from varieties their ancestors had worked so diligently for: Hondarribi Zuri and Hondarribi Beltza …

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  • 📻TUNE IN! @annettecpeters will be live this morning on @wccoradio talking #winetariffs with @dearlydara - tune in at 11:40 (link in profile) 
https://www.radio.com/wccoradio/listen

#winetariffs #wineimporter #italianwineimporters #winedistributor #winedistributors #winedistribution #trumptariffs #stopwinetariffs #winebusiness #womeninwinebusiness #womenofthevine
  • 🍾Join us this Saturday at @bonjour_stg  for @francois.seconde!  Sillery is known for its power, and even less known for it's small patch of Chardonnay that is uniquely full and textured. 💛🥂 ===
Posted @withregram • @bonjour_stg Mark your calendars for Saturday, January 18th! We’ll be hosting a champagne class from 2:30-4 featuring champagne from @francois.seconde.  Small bites to be included! 🍾 More info and reservations can be found on Tock. #champagneclass #wineenthusiast
  • Today, Annette provided a voice for small domestic businesses specializing in wine importing and distribution. In her testimony to the US Trade Register, she emphasized the punitive nature of these tariffs to America’s more than 1,100 small wine wholesalers supporting 80,000 jobs nationwide. 
The hearing roster consisted of testimony from 38 representatives ranging from consumer goods like cookware and clothing/accessories to wine and specialty food imports.

22 of the testimonies on the schedule were from the wine industry, reinforcing the huge threat this poses. “It’s not competitive disadvantage, it’s survival,” testified Richard Blau of @sokolinwines 
These tariffs are “the greatest threat since prohibition,” emphasized Benjamin Aneff of @tribecawine. 
David Waldenberg of BNP Distributing calculated the punitive detrimental impact to US businesses, employees and consumers to be 25.2 billion dollars. 
Closing the conversation was Phillip Burkhart of Latitude Wines pointing out that this isn’t “about whether American’s should have to pay more for imported wines, it is whether small American companies should be forced to pay the ultimate price of a trade war, our ability to survive.” 🌧❄️Today’s testimony was cut short for a weather alert (for 1” of snow possible in the DC area), but will continue again tomorrow morning. 
#winetariff #winetariffs #trumptariffs #trumptariff #wineimporter #wineimporters #winedistributor #winedistributors #wineindustry #fightthepower

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