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What's different about Vin Chicago? First of all, we're not about safe choices. We don’t care about hot sellers. We look for the special wines, the ones scoring highest in the wine press and the ones we discover on our own, that we can get for a great price. We taste—and rate for ourselves— virtually everything we put on our shelves. Why? Because we want you to love the wine you buy from us. And come back for more.

Chateau Clinet Pomerol 2015

96 Vinous, Antonio Galloni
97 Wine Advocate
99 James Suckling
(2/2/2018) "An immaculate wine with pristine blackberries and dark plums as well as fresh, earthy nuances and dark crushed violets. An upright palate with lightly peppery dark berries and plums. The inflection of cabernet here makes for an impressively powerful wine that still exudes Pomerol's suave, seductive charm. Chalky, seamless tannins. Super fresh. Try from 2022."
$
13299
Discount:
750 ML
Available:
~54 bottlesCheck all Stores

Kosta Browne "Gap's Crown Vineyard" Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir 2016

96 James Suckling
93 Wine Spectator
95+ Jeb Dunnuck
(6/5/2018) "The 2016 Pinot Noir Gaps Crown comes from a great, great site on the Sonoma Coast and saw 15% whole clusters and 40% new wood. It's a deep, rich, blacker fruit-driven effort that shows more and more savory, iron, and earthy notes with time in the glass. It's ripe and opulent on the palate, with building tannin, yet packs a wealth of fruit and texture, while still showing the more elegant, balanced style of the vintage."
$
12999
Discount:
750 ML
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Chateau Saint Cosme "Le Claux" Gigondas 2016

99-100 Jeb Dunnuck
(10/19/2017) "The 2016 Gigondas Le Claux has slightly more mid-palate depth compared to the Hominis Fides, yet is also more tannic and structure. Damp clay, forest floor, currants spice and huge minerality all soar from the glass and this full-bodied beauty has an unctuous texture that's currently hiding serious amounts of tannin. Forget bottles for 4-5 years and enjoy over the following 15+."
$
12999
Discount:
750 ML
Available:
~12 bottlesCheck all Stores

Eisele "Altagracia" Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

96 James Suckling
(1/27/2017) "Lots of sweet-tobacco, currant and coffee character, yet this remains refined and subtle. Mushroom undertones. Medium to full body, ultra-fine tannins and a velvety texture. Complex and fascinating. Spanish cedar all the way. Better in 2019."
$
12999
Discount:
750 ML
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Robert Mondavi "To Kalon Reserve" Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

95 Wine Advocate
(12/30/2016) "The 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve To Kalon is a blend of 88% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8% Cabernet Franc and 4% Petit Verdot. Deep ruby/purple-colored, notes of sweet crème de cassis, blackberry, charcoal and toast are present in the subtle but intense aromatics. The wine is full-bodied and classically crafted, building incrementally on the palate and displaying full-bodied richness, sweet tannin, and a potential to age for 25-30 + years. This is a beauty. Drink Date 2016 - 2048."
$
12999
Discount:
750 ML
Available:
~10 bottlesCheck all Stores

Domaine Vincent Paris "La Geynale" Cornas 2013

93 Vinous, Josh Raynolds
91+ Wine Advocate
(11/18/2015) "As normal, the 2013 Cornas la Geynale is the most structured, tannic and age-worthy in the lineup. Coming from the Geynale and Reynard lieux-dits, and fermented with 100% whole clusters, it spent 18 months all in two- to eight-year-old barrels. Its inky purple, mostly opaque color gives way to masculine (classic Cornas!) notes of crushed rocks, charcoal, wood smoke and plums. Big, medium to full-bodied, nicely concentrated and with plenty of tannin, it needs 2-4 years of cellaring and will drink well for a decade after that."
$
12999
Discount:
1.5 LT
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Chateau Troplong Mondot St. Emillion 2015

96 Wine Advocate
99 Jeb Dunnuck
98 James Suckling
96 Wine Enthusiast
95 Wine Spectator
96 Decanter
97 Vinous, Antonio Galloni
(12/2017) "One of the stars of the vintage, the 2015 Troplong Mondot has come together beautifully over the last year and half. Rich and sumptuous to the core, it is a classic wine from this property, built on serious fruit density and textural richness. Dark red cherry, plum, chocolate, new leather and spice are some of the many notes that build as the 2015 shows off its irrepressible personality. A viscerally exciting, resonant wine, it just needs a few years to shed some of its baby fat. Tasted two times. Drinking window: 2025 - 2040."
$
12899
Discount:
750 ML
Available:
~99 bottlesCheck all Stores

Ruinart "Dom Ruinart" Blanc de Blancs Champagne 2004

95 Wine Spectator
95 James Suckling
97 Vinous, Antonio Galloni
(11/2014) "The 2004 Dom Ruinart is just as brilliant and viscerally thrilling as it has always been. If anything, the 2004 has shut down considerably over the last six months. Tightly coiled and exceptionally beautiful, the 2004 boasts fabulous intensity, class and pedigree. The flavors are vibrant, chiseled and crystalline in their precision. Time in bottle is doing wonders for the 2004. This is a tremendous showing. Disgorged June 2013."
$
12899
Discount:
750 ML
Available:
~13 bottlesCheck all Stores

Cayuse "God Only Knows" Armada Vineyard Walla Walla Valley Grenache 2013

94 Wine Advocate
(6/2016) "Grenache seemed to handle the heat nicely in 2013 and the 2013 Grenache God Only Knows Armada Vineyard offers a gorgeous, rich, almost masculine style (especially when it's tasted next to the No Girls Grenache) in its dark fruits, crushed herbs, mineral and leather scented profile. Even showing a touch of game with time in the glass, this beauty has fine tannin, plenty of fruit and a great finish, all suggesting it will drink nicely for another decade."
$
12699
Discount:
750 ML
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O'Shaughnessy Mt Veeder Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

96 Vinous, Antonio Galloni
96 Wine Advocate
(12/2016) "The 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon Mt. Veeder is 100% Cabernet Sauvignon and usually my favorite from Betty O'Shaughnessy. She produces just under 1,200 cases of this wine, which has the classic blueberry, blackberry and acacia flower nose that comes from the high elevations of this wild and backward mountain area in southern Napa Valley. Dense bluish/purple to the rim, with loads of blueberries on the palate, big-time glycerin, sweet tannin, low acidity and a long, layered finish, this is terrific wine to drink now and over the next 20-25 years. Drink Date 2016 - 2041."
$
12599
Discount:
750 ML
Available:
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2827 Aurora Avenue, Naperville
(630) 717-7800
Mon thru Fri 10 am – 7 pm
Sat 9 am – 5 pm
Sun 11 am – 5 pm
We are in Westridge Court, at the intersection of Rt. 59 and Aurora Avenue. Our center is on the east side of Rt. 59 on the part of the center that faces Aurora Avenue. We are 200 feet to the west of Ulta Cosmetics and around 200 yards southeast of the Hollywood Palms Cinema. The layout of the center is a bit confusing so just give us a call if you need directions.
1350 Old Skokie Road, Highland Park
(847) 831–1049
Mon thru Fri 10 am – 7 pm
Sat 9 am – 5 pm
Sun 11 am – 5 pm
Our store is on Old Skokie Road which is the frontage road on the west side of Rt. 41. We are 400 yards south of Deerfield Rd/Central Avenue. If you know where Williams Ski & Patio or Rick's Auto Body are located, we're on the same street; just about a few hundred yards to the south. If you are not familiar with the area, best to use GPS or some online directions because our store is a bit tricky to find!
1826 N. Elston Avenue, Chicago
(773) 489–3454
Mon thru Fri 10 am – 7 pm
Wed 10 am – 9 pm
Sat 9 am – 7 pm
Sun 11 am – 5 pm
We're on Elston Avenue, just off of the Kennedy Expressway (I-90/94). Take the North Avenue exit and head east. Elston Avenue is the first stoplight that you'll come to. Turn left on Elston and drive for just over a quarter mile. We'll be on the left side of the road just after the rail overpass. Parking is on-street, right in front of the store!
311 E. Main St, Barrington
(847) 277–0033
Mon thru Fri 10 am – 7 pm
Sat 9 am – 5 pm
Sun 11 am – 5 pm
You'll find us near the heart of Barrington at the intersection of Main St. (aka Lake Cook Rd.) and Spring St. We are adjacent to the main parking lot for the Metra train station, just a few blocks east of where the train tracks cross Main Street.