Latitude Beverage Company saw an expansion of its spring portfolio offerings with five new French wines. Lot 167 Bourgogne Aligoté, AOC France, 2017, is a white wine grown in the hills of Burgundy. Lot 168 Auxey-Duresses, AOC France, 2016, is made on a very small scale, with extremely limited production. The Chardonnay grapes are picked by hand, barrel fermented and aged in oak casks for a year. The result is an elegant white wine. Lot 170 Muscadet, Loire Valley France, 2018, offers a delicate creaminess in a lively white wine. Lot 171 Pouilly-Fumé, Loire Valley France, 2018, is flinty with notes of gooseberry and white flowers on the nose, and is the perfect aperitif served alongside fresh seafood or assorted cheeses. Latitude Beverage Company also added its first-ever organic rosé from Languedoc, which is newly available.