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Continuum Estate "Continuum" Napa Valley Proprietary Red 2013

99 James Suckling
(1/15/2016) "Impressive purity of fruit and definition with black currant, oyster shell, blueberries and slate. Graphite too. Very complex yet subtle. Full-bodied, very chewy and powerful yet polished and gorgeous. Muscular, well-formed tannins. Electric style. Best ever from here. Drink in 2020."
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750 ML
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Castello di Ama "San Lorenzo" Gran Selezione Chianti Classico 2013

94 Wine Spectator
(12/15/2016) "There's purity to the cherry, strawberry, floral and spice aromas and flavors is this red, which is firmly structured yet elegant and graceful, with sweet fruit matching the dusty tannins on the lingering finish. Best from 2018 through 2028. 180 cases imported."
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9799
1.5 LT
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Jules Desjourneys "L'Interdit" Vin de France MMVIII 2008

93 Our Score
93 Wine Advocate
(8/2011) "The wine that will be known as 2008 Desjourneys is none other than Duperray's 2008 Fleurie - combining Chapelle des Bois and Les Moriers - that was refused appellation and so is officially, merely, "vin de France." Believe me, this is "vin de France" in the same sense that Debussy signed many of his late masterpieces "musicien francais." The high-toned floral, herbal, and fruit distillate esters that memorably marked the Chapelle des Bois from cask as well as the black tea-tinged and more bittersweetly herbal and concentrated dark berries of the original Les Moriers, have been preserved in this marriage - in fact, after recovering from my chagrin at this wine's having been denied its rightful appellation, I am now entirely reconciled to the two sites having been blended, inasmuch as the whole seems, remarkably, even greater than the sum of its already profoundly delicious parts! This finishes with mouthwatering salinity and a tenacious, almost Gewurztraminer-like meld of brown spices concentrated floral and herbal essences. I would anticipate it being worth following for half a dozen years, but on no account should it be missed earlier-on."
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4399
750 ML
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~38 bottlesCheck all Stores

Bodegas Catena "Alta" Mendoza Malbec 2013

94 Wine Advocate
(12/30/2016) "I had two vintages to taste of a blend from their best vineyards, Angelica (Lunlunta), La Piramide (Agrelo), Nicasia (Altamira) and Adrianna (Gualtallary), one of them the 2013 Catena Alta Malbec, from a cool vintage that produced very balanced and fresh wines. There is contained ripeness and subtle aromas, harmonious, with unnoticeable oak aromas. The palate is medium-bodied, with soft, polished tannins and great acidity."
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3799
750 ML
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~76 bottlesCheck all Stores

Elena Fucci "Titolo" Aglianico del Vulture 2013

95+ Vinous, Ian D'Agata
(9/2016) "Bright ruby. Piercing aromas of sour red cherry, blackcurrant, violet and lavender. Dense, sweet and complex on the palate, with very pure smoky berry, mineral, plum, tar and Oriental spice flavors conveying a refined, steely quality. The finish is long and pure, with mineral and floral notes repeating. A wine of remarkable balance and finesse, the 2013 manages the neat trick of being very powerful and concentrated yet refined and suave at the same time. Absolutely gorgeous wine."
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3299
750 ML
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~52 bottlesCheck all Stores

Boedecker Cellars "Cuvee YC" Yamhill-Carlton District Pinot Noir 2012

The vast majority of this small-batch Pinot is sold from the winery's tasting room. Our man in Oregon was able to wrangle a few cases...
92 Wine Spectator
(10/15/2014) "Bright and vibrant, this agile wine features powdery tannins brushing against lively raspberry and cherry flavors that linger on the harmonious finish. Drink now through 2022. 400 cases made."
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3299
750 ML
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~105 bottlesCheck all Stores

Catena "Alta" Mendoza Chardonnay 2014

91 Wine Advocate
(12/30/2016) "The 2014 Catena Alta Chardonnay is always a blend of grapes from two vineyards in the Valle de Uco, Adrianna in Gualtallary and Domingo in Villa Bastias. It has a heady, ripe nose with some smoky notes and hints of nuts, and a terribly tasty palate with deep flavors and great persistence, savory, almost salty."
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2799
750 ML
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~72 bottlesCheck all Stores

Chateau de la Dauphine Fronsac 2012

90 James Suckling
88 Vinous, Antonio Galloni
90 Wine Advocate
(4/2015) "The acquisition of this well-known, beautiful estate in Fronsac by proprietor Jean Halley has raised the level of performance dramatically. The 2012, which tips the scales at a whopping 15% alcohol, is a blend of 90% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Franc. This is a major sleeper of the vintage. Dense ruby/plum/purple with sweet black cherry and blackcurrant fruits, underlying minerality, a plump, medium to full-bodied mouthfeel and lush, heady texture and length, this is one of the best La Dauphines I have tasted. Drink it over the next 10-15 years, although it is capable of lasting longer."
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1999
750 ML
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120+ bottlesCheck all Stores

Alexandria Nicole "Shepherds Mark" Horse Heaven Hills White Blend 2014

90 Wine Spectator
(12/31/2016) "Supple and round, with generous pear, quince and floral flavors, coming together harmoniously as the finish persists. Roussanne, Marsanne and Viognier. Drink now through 2019. 643 cases made."
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1899
750 ML
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~57 bottlesCheck all Stores

Dry Creek Vineyard "Hillside and Benchlands" Sonoma County Cabernet Sauvignon 2013

91 Wine Advocate
(3/3/2016) "The 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon Hillside and Benchland Vineyards (aged 19 months in French oak) is a beauty. This serious Cabernet Sauvignon showcases just how good Cabernet can be from Dry Creek, although most readers would agree it is better known for Zinfandel. Dense ruby/purple, loads of black cherry, blackcurrant and dusty/loamy soil notes are present in this medium to full-bodied, concentrated and powerful wine. Alcohol is listed at 14.5%, but it may possibly be slightly higher. This is a blockbuster, full-bodied, impressively endowed Cabernet Sauvignon to drink over the next 20-25 years."
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1799
750 ML
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120+ bottlesCheck all Stores
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