Compline Wine Club - Local Pickup
What do you get with this monthly club?
- Two bottles that drink deliciously right now
- Hard-to-find wines: selected by Matt Stamp and Ryan Stetins, founders of Compline
- Access: club perks in the Restaurant and in our new Wine Shop opening in fall 2022
- Flexibility: See the wines before committing, skip a month if you want, and cancel anytime
LOCAL PICKUP AND SHIPPING AVAILABLE: This monthly club is available for local pickup at Compline Restaurant and Wine Shop. For shipping options, please click here.
HOT WEATHER: Ground shipping during periods of hot weather may cause damage to wine. During summer months, we prefer to HOLD wine club shipments until the weather cools down. If you want to receive your wines immediately, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss alternative shipping options.
Bolsignano Brunello di Montalcino 2016
This wine is basically everything you want from old-school Brunello: it's broad, expansive, structured, and filled with dried fruit, chestnuts, old oak spices, and gingerbread. Made for wintertime tables. You can check in on it now, or pop this one in the cellar for a special occasion.
Bolsignano is the brainchild of Roberto Rubegni, an organic/biodynamic/permaculture geek. Handmade wine, small production, beautifully rendered Sangiovese.
Lebeau-Batiste Brut Rosé Champagne
Emilie Lebeau and her husband Florent met at 1am in a nightclub when they were 17 and they've remained together as partners in life and wine ever since.
Now, at the grand old age of 31, they oversee a multi-generation, multi-century, final-year-of-organic conversion farm that sits in the village of Chavot-Courcourt, set against the western border of the Cote de Blanc, 15 minutes south of Epernay.
Emilie and Florent bottle instantly gratifying, complexly textured, long lees-aged, and undeniably delicious wines. This rosé is dominated by Pinots Noir and Meunier, with a little Chardonnay added for precision. It's a style of Champagne that can bridge the geeks looking for austerity and the classicists (everyone else) who love a bit of dosage, the bakeshop notes of real Champagne, and a little plump fruit for joy and revelry.
Wine Notes by Matt Stamp