In Texas, I can only order legally from the winery, and I'm currently on the waiting list to get on the mailing list.
Some wines from this week (all pilfered images):
I believe that this is all declassified Meursault juice, and I was expecting something golden yellow and a bit fat. It's not. Pale, lots of acidity, some wood but not overpoweringly so. It's just delicious. I mentioned to the guy at the place where I ordered it that it wasn't what I expected, and he said, "Yeah, I always call Roulot wrong in blind tastings." "What do you call it?" "Puligny-Montrachet." I can see that.
I had the 2014 vintage. Laurent Tribut is Dauvissat's son-in-law, and you can tell, both from the way his labels look and the way his Chablis tastes. Abundant fruit, but still leesy, chalky, and flinty. No oak that I could detect. It was very good, but I think that the regular Villages bottling offers a lot of the same at a much better price.
I had the 2013 version of this. It was slightly off-dry; I'd call it feinherb or halbtrocken if it were German. It presented very much like a Riesling without the petrol note, with high acid, citrus, and lots of minerals. I've liked just about everything I've had from Teutonic with the exception of their sparkling wine, which smelled exactly like dill pickle juice. As far as Silvaner goes, I think I like Domaine Weinbach's version better (for less money), but this isn't bad.
Serveaux Fils is a Vallee de la Marne winery, so this is mostly Pinot Meunier. Meunier is supposed to be extremely fruity, but I never really get that from it: to me, it's always been mostly herbal. This was herbal, too. It was pleasant, but I was looking for something either super-yeasty or something with lots of strawberries and raspberries; and this wasn't it.