It’s obvious  –  great wine begins in the vineyards.

It’s obvious  –  great wine begins in the vineyards.

Grower, farmer, vigneronne, paysan, …

They call themselves by many names, but the work is the same – to grow the best grapes then coax the most expression from them with minimal manipulation.

France, Italy, the United States

Diverse in country, region, and culture, but each selected for quality – not for pride of place.

Organic, Biodynamic, Natural, …

Their methods vary, but the goal is the same – to collaborate with each unique ecosystems, terroir, and vintage to make the best wines possible.

Small is beautiful …

Tiny by market standards, but with an attention to detail mechanization can’t match. It seems only fitting to represent and sell these special wines with the same ethos.

All these growers & Mary Taylor too …

Mise has proudly partnered with Concord-native, Mary Taylor, since 2018 – practically when she began Mary Taylor Wine.

Mary works with individual growers from many of Europe’s most classic regions to source “wines of place” priced according to the “Old World” view that wine ought to be an accessible everyday luxury.

United States

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California
Los ChuchaquisAromas, CA
Companion Wine Co.
Samuel Louis SmithSalinas, CA
Stirm Wine CompanyAromas, CA

Massachusetts
BareWolf Brewing (cider)Amesbury, MA

New York
Abandoned Hard CiderHudson River Region
Silver Thread VineyardLodi

Oregon
de la boueWIllamette Valley
Les Brebis – Eola-Amity Hills
Liska Wine CoWIllamette Valley

Vermont
Vermont Vermouth – Brattleboro, VT

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France

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Alsace
Domaine RietschMittelbergheim

Bordeaux
Château La Fleur CailleauFronsac
Château La GraveFronsac
Closeries des Moussis – Haut Médoc   

Paul BarreFronsac

Burgundy
Domaine de L’AubraineMâcone
Domaine Jeremy ArnaudChablis
Domaine Marc DelienneBeaujolais
Château des RontetsFuissé
Antoine Sunier – Beaujolais
Julien SunierBeaujolais

Champagne
Benoît Lahaye – Montagne de Reims
Perseval-FargeMontagne de Reims

Jura
Jean-Francois GanevatJura

Languedoc-Roussillon
Vignoble RéveilleRoussillon & Côtes Catalanes
Le Clos de JarresMinervois
Domaine Les Enfants SauvagesCôtes Catalanes
Mas de CynanqueSaint Chinian

Loire Valley
l’Austral – Saumur PuyNotreDame
Domaine de la BregeonnetteMuscadet
Domaine Guion – Bourgueil
Domaine Jaulin PlaisantinChinon
Domaine Ménard-GaboritMuscadet
Domaine Mirebeau – Rablay-sur-Layon
Emmanuel HagetSaumur Puy-Notre-Dame
La Folle BertheSaumur PuyNotreDame

Rhône Valley
Domaine Jean DavidCôtes du Rhône
Domaine la CabotteCôtes du Rhône & Châteauneuf du Pape
Domaine de la Combe au MasVentoux
Domaine Pique-BasseCôtes-du-Rhône Villages

Savoie
Domaine Genoux / Château MérandeSavoie 

Southwest France
Champ D’Orphée – Tarn
Château Le PayralBergerac

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Italy

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Abruzzo
Caprera – 
Pietranico
Cantina San Giacomo – Rocca San Giovanni

Campania
Monserrato 1973 – Benevento

Emilia-Romagna
Marta Valpiani – Castrocaro Terme

Lombardy
Togni RebaioliErbanno

Marche
Antonio Failoni – Staffolo

Ca’Liptra – Cupramontana
Sandy Giovese / Conti degli Azzoni – Montefano

Piedmont
Cascina CorteDogliani

Tuscany
Cosimo Maria Masini – San Miniato
Fattoria Bacchereto – Carmignano
Fuoristrada
Monte Bernardi Panzano in Chianti
Vallone di Cecione – Panzano in Chianti

Umbria
Montecorneo 570 – Perugia

Veneto
MarcobarbaGambellara
Menti GiovanniGambellara
Garganuda – Soave

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