Marco Buratti
Patrick Desplats
Imanol Garay
l’Absurde Génie des Fleurs
Domaine Vinci
Lino Maga
Catherine Dumora
Gimios (cellar pull)
Le Coste
Alanna Lagamba
Tailleurs Cueilleurs
Jean-Marc Dreyer
Antoine Couly 
Caroline Connelly & Rémy Kaneko
Joe Jefferies
Corentin Houillon
Emilie Mutombo
Domaine de Kalathas
Stephane Cyran
Samuel Boulay
Gabrio Bini
Lambert Spielmann
Jerome Lambert
La Lunotte
Joan Ramón Escoda

Simon Busser A Bras Le Cot 19/21 $19
Maurizio Ferraro Solo B 2020 $22
Maxou Vin de Jardin 2020 $25
Naranjuez Prisa Mata 2014 $25
Morgan Brennan Cider 2022 $27
Maxou Music Is My Life 2020 $27
Bauchet Plan B 2021 $27
Gazzetta Rosso Susanna 2021 $27
La Despeinada El Ciego 2021 $29
La Despeinada Claviento 2021 $29
Mendall La Plana 5 2021 $29
Damien Bureau Amandine 2016 $30
Le Coste Bianchetto 2021 $30
Michael Georget Syrah 2019 $33
Emile Heredia Le Verre des Poetes 2021 $35
Sistema Vinari Novetat Total 2021 1L $36
Gemini Leda 2019 $38
Renaud Boyer Bourgogne Blanc 2020 $39
Le Thio Noots Red Cox Knock 2021 $40
Le Thio Noots Carre d’Astres 2021 $40
Julien Altaber En Chapon 2019 $40
Julie Brosselin La Mer Rouge 2019 $41
L’Ostal Levant Un Coeur Simple 2021 $42
J-F Ginglinger BIHL 2020 $42
Michael Georget C’est Tout 2020 $50
Philippe Jambon Blanc 15/18 $59
Altura Saverio 2017 $66

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Catherine Dumora

Auvergne, France

In a way, Catherine Dumora changed my life. I first discovered L’Egrappille in its previous incarnation as a collaboration between Catherine and her ex-partner Manu Duveau, in the south of Melbourne in 2018. Asking a shop clerk if he had any Jura (why are all Americans obsessed with the Jura?), he said there wasn’t much interesting Jurassic wine in at the moment, but might I be interested in some new and exciting gear from the Auvergne? Yes, I said, and walked out of there with a bottle of 109 2017, 100% Gamay d’Auvergne. If anyone ever asks me which bottle took me over the edge and into my current wine mania, this was the one. Less than a year later I found myself getting drunk with a couple of friends at Catherine’s former residence in Blanzat, a late morning appointment that turned into us leaving to barely make it in time for dinner at Saint Eutrope (RIP) that evening. Catherine shared with us so many bottles and glasses that day, and then we took a meditative retreat into her basement cellar to talk and to taste out of experimental demijohns, and to escape the crushing heat of that Auvergne summer. It was a simple moment but it changed so much for me. Going through the motions of an extended breakup, and then landing back in Los Angeles where I was presiding over the list at Kensho at the time, that afternoon with Catherine was further clarification for me that wine was, for better or worse, laden somewhere in my destiny. 

Since her and Manu’s split, Catherine continues to make wine under the L’Egrappille moniker, and with a hardcore non-interventionist approach—zero treatments in the vines, and zero interference in the cellar. What this means sometimes, is that in a disastrous year for the Auvergne like 2021, Catherine made almost no wine from her own fruit. Resourceful as ever, Dumora got in touch with a grower in Minervois that she met on the French equivalent of Craigslist, and drove south to purchase and pick up the fruit that ended up as source material for her 2021 wines. Négoce or not, all of Catherine’s wines contain her signature lightness of touch, and preternatural understanding of vin nature—what it means to be making elixirs like these in current times, and the importance of an uncompromising approach. But most importantly, there is in these wines, and much like Catherine herself, a completely welcoming and unpretentious quality that draws one into her orbit of both liquid and matter. 

Now in stock is a very small amount of wines from 2020; mixes of Gamays mostly from Catherine’s own fruit, with most cuvées being mixtures of directly pressed fruit and infused berries. These are wines ready to drink now, and taste like wild foraged berry juice—hard to pin down in any classical sense, but so, so delicious. 

As these are very limited wines from a special producer, it’s greatly encouraged to purchase all four cuvées together. 

NE(G)O 2020
Gamay / Syrah / Alicante

MO(S)O 2020
Gamay Beaujolais / Hybrids

G(U)RI 2020
Gamay d’Auvergne / Gamay Beaujolais

EGRAPI(J) 2020
Gamay d’Auvergne