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At Envoyer Fine Wines...

We relentlessly scour the globe and taste over 5,000 bottles a year. From perennial icons to new discoveries, we only offer products we love. Our personal relationships built over 45+ years keep us connected and grant us access to the most coveted cellars. We cut out the middleman by importing straight from the supplier to you. Allowing us to bring you exemplary wines and unparalleled prices.



"I have purchased more than 100 cases of wine from Envoyer and had them shipped to my front door on multiple occasions. I have never lost a bottle in transit. Envoyer is a great source for well-priced burgundies, if you can resist the tantalizing offers."

Bill, East Coast


"Envoyer Fine Wines is our go to place for discovering and purchasing outstanding wines from around the world."

Rich, Laguna Niguel CA


“Envoyer offers a terrific selection of champagne, ranging from some of the smaller and very intriguing grower-producers to the big houses. Greg provides a personal touch, has a wealth of knowledge that he’s always willing to share, and pricing is among the best you’ll find. Great regardless of whether you're looking for an entry level non-vintage bottle or the finest tete de cuvée. Excellent actual experiences. Highly recommended.”

Steve, Redondo Beach CA

The Eyrie Vineyard's Amy McCandlish Esper (National Sales Manager) Jason Lett (Wine-Maker/Owner)

Jason's father David was a true pioneer and planted some of the first vineyards in the Willamette Valley. He also knew how precious the land was so he never used conventional farming techniques but worked from the beginning with nature as much as possible. Jason notes because of how his father farmed the vines their vineyards have flourished and this really helps contributes to making the great wines they do today.

2018 The Eyrie Sisters Vineyard Pinot Noir

Understated Pinot Noir from one of Oregon's finest producers really caught my attention. Organically farmed like all the Eyrie vineyards, this is a twenty-acre parcel located east of their other vineyard sites. This parcel was planted originally in 1989 and is named after the three Pinot sisters; Pinot Noir, Pinot Blanc, and Pinot Gris. The vineyard comprises 50% volcanic and 50% marine sedimentary soils and is also Eyrie's experimental farm with eight different varieties planted, along with the youngest block being used for rootstock, as Jason continues the project of replanting his vineyards due to phylloxera. The wine has aromas of red fruits, red flowers, blood orange, underbrush, spice, and minerals. The palate is supple and elegant, with lingering notes of red fruits, earth, and spice dominating the long and seductive finish. This is a great 2018 from Oregon and does not possess the hard edge that some Pinot Noirs from Oregon have this year. This is the absolute must-buy for the old and new world Pinot Noir lover, and it's an outstanding deal too!

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