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Klein Constantia "Vin de Constance" Muscat de Frontignan 2007 500 ML

According to an online search, we have the lowest price in the country on this "startling, world-class wine that gives Yquem a run for its money"!
95 Wine Enthusiast
94 Wine & Spirits
95 Wine Spectator
97 Wine Advocate
(10/2013) "Although I have tasted the 2007 Vin de Constance on several occasions, this was the first time professionally. It has an explosive bouquet that sprints out of the blocks with a more effervescent, vivacious personality than the 2008. Citrus lemon, Seville orange marmalade, touches of mandarin and a dash of spice all vie for attention. The aromatics are more Sauternes-like than the 2008. The palate is very well-balanced with a viscous opening, a keen thread of acidity and a bewitching sense of poise and focus. This is probably the finest Vin de Constance to date as it fans out marvelously on the multi-layered finish. This is a startling, world-class wine that gives Yquem a run for its money."
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4599
500 ML
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Domaine des Baumard Quarts de Chaume 2007

Wine Spectator's reference price on this is $80!
93 Wine Spectator
91 Wine & Spirits
91 Vinous, Josh Raynolds
(5/2010) "Light, bright gold. Ripe peach and nectarine on the nose, with exotic spice and floral qualities adding complexity. Open-knit, honeyed orchard and pit fruit flavors are braced by gentle acidity, picking up spicecake and passion fruit character with air. Already accessible, and showing impressive complexity now, but should be even better with another five years of aging."
$
3999
750 ML
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Valenciso Rioja Alta Reserva 2007

93 Wine Advocate
(12/2013) "The 2007 Valenciso Reserva is pure Tempranillo from argilo-calcareous soils around Haro cropped at 38 hectoliters per hectare, fermented in cement vats with native yeasts, and aged for 16 months in French oak barrels, one third of which are new. 2007 was a cold, wet, Atlantic and difficult vintage, where the date of the harvest made a big difference. At Valenciso they started on October 14 and the wine is quite tight at the moment, with subtle and elegant notes of red and black fruit, cedar wood, nutmeg and vanilla. The characteristic that strikes me as more important here is the balance, something that Valenciso seems to be quite good at, producing classically proportioned wines with the right amount of extraction, acidity and wood. It should age very well. This wine represents the bulk of the 100,000 bottles produced by the winery. Drink 2014-2022."
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3499
750 ML
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La Rioja Alta "Vina Ardanza" Rioja Reserva 2007

92-93 Our Score
94 Wine Advocate
92 Vinous, Josh Raynolds
(11/2015) "Brilliant red. Lively, oak-spiced raspberry and cherry scents are complemented by candied rose and vanilla, with a smoky mineral topnote providing added lift. Sappy and seamless on the palate, offering juicy red fruit, mocha and coconut flavors plus a suggestion of sweet chewing tobacco. In a graceful, approachable style, finishing with strong, thrust and silky, late-arriving tannins. While this suave Rioja is quite enjoyable now, I'd give it some more time in the cellar so that the American oak is able to integrate with the wine's fruit. Drinking window: 2019 - 2025"
$
2899
750 ML
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~27 bottlesCheck all Stores

Casaloste Chianti Classico Riserva 2007

Chianti lovers, do not miss this one. Powerful, delicious and ready to drink!
92 James Suckling
92 Wine Spectator
(9/30/2010) "Offers impressive aromas of blackberry and light toasty oak, with just a hint of sweet tobacco. There's lots of coconut and oak character on the palate, but this is concentrated and balanced. An enticing young Chianti Classico. Needs time to deliver all it has to offer. Best after 2011. 585 cases made."
$
2799
750 ML
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~72 bottlesCheck all Stores

R. Lopez de Heredia "Vina Cubillo" Crianza Rioja 2007

An incredible buy here from Rioja's most classic estate!
91 Vinous, Josh Raynolds
93 James Suckling
91+ Wine Advocate
(2/16/2015) "The 2007 Viña Cubillo Crianza is the most affordable red. It is a wine that was born to go with tapas and to be sold at local restaurants showing a combination of fruit and the earth where the vines grow. It is a blend of the usual 70% Tempranillo, 20% Garnacho, 5% Graciano and 5% Mazuelo fermented in old oak vats with natural yeasts and matured in barrel for three years. The intoxicating nose shows blood orange, bitter cherries, leather and spices in a subtle and balanced way. The palate is sinewy, polished, has good acidity and is not terribly complex nor powerful, but is built more on the subtlety and lightness.This could well be the best Cubillo of recent times. Drink 2015-2022."
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2379
750 ML
Available:
~71 bottlesCheck all Stores
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