Our Wines

American wine lovers now can experience a wide range of wines that highlight the most important growing regions of France. Grafe’ Lecocq selects and elevates each of the varieties shown below according to that grape’s quality, and the nature of the region it is grown.

Listed under White, Red and Rose’ — you can review each according to the five key criteria of Body, Alcohol content, Sweetness, Flavor and Acidity.

If a wine shop in your region offers Grafe’ Lecocq, you will be able to order on line here and the shop will have the wine ready for you for pick up or delivery.

If the shop does not yet feature Grafe’ Lecocq wines, ask them to sign up as one of our retailers.

We believe you will find our wines to be of the highest quality at reasonable prices.

Grafe’ Lecocq commits to making Old World wines accessible and familiar to American wine lovers. For this reason, we support the My Place for Wine program, and use their Wine Structure Chart to outline the structure, body, and flavor of each of your wines offered, below.

Please visit myplaceforwine.com for a helpful and interesting discussion on becoming confident and intimate with Old World wines.

White Wine


Chardonnay 2019 – IGP Vin de Pays d’Oc
A dry white wine from Pays d’Oc in the area of Nimes, Languedoc region.
Appetizers. Salads. Fish and seafood. Very versatile.


Chardonnay Exception 2018 – IGP Vin de Pays d’Oc
Left bank of the Rhône, opposite Châteauneuf
Woody, fruity, and easy pairing.
As an aperitif. Fish and seafood; with starters.


Corbières White 2018 – Cru du Languedoc

South of France between Narbonne and Carcassonne.
Aperitif, fish in sauce, grilled meats, hot and cold starters. Slightly bitter, light wood, very easy drinking.


Sancerre 2018 – Vignoble de Verdigny Loire Valley, central France.
Mineral, fruity, and very elegant.
As an aperitif. Fish (river), crustaceans (langoustines, lobster) grilled without sauce. Very dry goat cheese.


Cépage Viognier 2017-Vin de Pays d’Oc IGP South France, area of Uzes.
Very fruity, soft, easy drinking.
As an aperitif; or with fish, asparagus, salads.


Luberon 2018 – AOC Les Tonnelles In the Vaucluse department, south of Mont Ventoux, Provence, Southern France.
Fresh, fruity, elegant, and easy drinking.
Very versatile. Delicious as an aperitif, with hot and cold starters.


Viré-Clessé 2018 – Mâcon region (south of Burgundy) A rising appellation, close to Saint-Véran and Pouilly-Fuissé.
Round with a nice, charming body. Rich but well balanced.
With richer preparations, such as fish in cream or other sauce.


Les Guignards 2017 – AOC Côtes de Duras This appellation located alongside the Bordeaux region
Fruity, floral, fresh and elegant. Ideal for an aperitif on warm days, or served with shellfish or poached fish.


Laudun 2017 – Côtes du Rhône Villages Southern Rhône, nearby Chateauneuf-du-Pape, on the opposite bank of the Rhône.
Fish, shellfish, Asian dishes, white meats in creamy sauces, roasted fish.

Red Wine


Bourgogne Rouge Pinot Noir 2017 – Cuvée les Marnes. South Burgundy, Côte Chalonnaise.Light, round and fruity. Red meat and richly “sauced” dishes, cheeses, BBQ and Game, in season.


Minervois rouge 2018 – AOC Located east of the famous Cru “La Livinière”
Red meats, game and richer “southern” preparations. Very versatile!


Chateau du Buisson 2014 – Cuvée Particulière. Located at the Southeast of Bordeaux.
Light, elegant and delicate. A soft, classic Bordeaux.
Chicken, beef, veal, Mexican and Italian food. Very versatile.


p>Les Altanques 2014 – Côtes de Bordeaux-Castillon A terroir wonderfully terraced, nearby Saint Emilion. Fruity, spicy, very expressive. Rich with smooth tannins. Red meat and spicy preparations.


Plan de Dieu 2016 – Côtes du Rhône Villages Rouge A rising appellation from the Rhone Valley, situated near such famous wines as Gigondas.
Bronze Medal winner 2019 NY International Wine & Spirit competition
Fruity, spicy, round and velvety. Red and white meats, Italian dishes, cheese… Very versatile.


Côtes du Rhône Villages 2015 – Cuvée Pierre et Charlotte Southern area of the Rhône Valley.Meat and Italian preparations. Cheese, BBQ and Game in season.

Rose’


Tavel 2018 – Cru du Rhône A Rosé of the Rhône Valley.
Colorful, rich, long and full body. Grilled meat, hors d’oeuvre, white meat, Italian preparations, tomato and mozzarella.


Cepage Syrah Rosé, IGP Vin de Pays d’Oc 2018 Dry Rosé from Pays d’Oc.
Languedoc-Roussillon wine region, Southwest France.
Silver Medal winner, 2019 NY International Wine & Spirit competition Appetizers, salads, barbecues. Great versatility.


Bandol 2017 – Rosé Outstanding location along the Mediterranean Sea, Southern France. Salads, hors d’oeuvre, white meat.