Wines we label "Quite the Find" stand out from the crowd

This article was originally published in April 2014

Whether you’re looking for a crisp white, a robust red or something festive and bubbly, you’ll find fantastic, affordable choices with our Quite the Find label.

 

Quality

Simply tasting good isn’t good enough. We focus on memorable palate pleasers you’ll be proud to serve.

Character

Great wine has a sense of place. Celebrate unique flavors that tell the story of where they were grown.

Value

We look for wines that deliver bliss far beyond their modest price and surpass your expectations.

Relationships

We build sustainable partnerships with real people who pour love and labor into growing grapes that precisely express their little piece of the world.

Exclusivity

Wines with our Quite the Find label are only available at PCC. We went to the source, met the people and brought back amazing flavors that you can’t find anywhere else.

 

Featured wines

Antech Blanquette de Limoux

Nearly 500 years after Benedictine monks invented sparkling wine, this wine offers amazing bubbles and character. The blend of mauzac and chenin blanc creates charming aromas of spring flowers and fruit.

Domaine La Madura “Classic” Blanc and Rouge

Two profoundly pretty, expressive wines. La Madura’s philosophy is founded on respect for tradition and biodiversity of the soils — evident in the character and purity of their wines.

Domaine Cécile Chassagne Gigondas

The limestone peaks of the Dentelles de Montmirail form a dramatic backdrop to this vineyard. The wine is a Côtes du Rhône classic: Grenache-based and full-bodied. With cassis and white pepper, it’s a seductive delight.

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