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  1. Silver Thread Dry Riesling

    Silver Thread Dry Riesling

    $21.94

    Wine Spectator 90 "A light, pure and persistent white, with jicama, honeysuckle and talc notes racing along, backed by lingering floral and lemon pulp hints. Drink now through 2015. 600 cases made. –JM" " Silver Thread Vineyard was established in 1982 on the eastern shore of Seneca Lake, at the heart of New York’s Finger Lakes region. At this location the bottom of the lake drops almost 200 feet below sea level, a dramatic mass of water that creates a distinct microclimate on the leeward (eastern) hillside — cooling breezes in summer, radiating warmth through the winter, and extending the length of the growing season. On this hillside 250 years ago the Iroquois people tended huge peach orchards, a testament to this temperate ‘island’ within a cool region. The turtle image on our label was carved in a rock beside one of New York’s woodland creeks by a Native American artist many centuries ago. As an earth symbol to the Iroquois people, the turtle reminds us to care for the land and water that give us the gift of wine. Silver Thread’s seven-acre vineyard and ecologically-designed wine cellar were established by organics enthusiast and author Richard Figiel. Since the late 1980’s, the vineyard has followed the principles of sustainable farming. We use mulch, compost and cover crops instead of chemical fertilizers to provide our vines with a healthy, living soil. This strengthens the link between the wine and its terroir, the special character of its site. Our energy-efficient tasting room and wine cellar building, built in 1995, is set into the hillside for natural temperature control and to take advantage of gravity flow in the winemaking process. Water is also gravity fed to the winery from a spring next to the vineyard. Besides gravity, wind-generated electricity purchased from the grid is our sole source of power. Natural cork, a renewable resource, and lightweight glass bottles are used to reduce the environmental impact of our packaging. Critically-acclaimed winemaker Paul Brock and wine educator Shannon Brock assumed ownership of Silver Thread Vineyard in 2011. Paul Brock has crafted a portfolio of intense and high-quality wines that are already well-received by Finger Lakes wine aficionados. General Manager Shannon Brock, who has been a leader in the hospitality industry in the Finger Lakes for the past several years, is putting her expertise to work to create an outstanding tasting room experience. Silver Thread is staying true to its roots despite new ownership. It remains a boutique winery focused on sustainable viticulture and premium estate wines. Production is currently 2,200 cases per year. Wines are available for sale at the tasting room, via mail order, in select stores and restaurants throughout New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Connecticut. Silver Thread’s vineyard, wine cellar and tasting room are located ¾ mile off Route 414 (the wine trail) in a quiet and naturally beautiful environment. The vineyard and tasting room overlook Seneca Lake. Well-educated and relatively serious wine buyers who care about local and sustainable products will enjoy discovering our off-the-beaten-path location and expressive wines that reflect the terroir of the Finger Lakes. " ~ Winery notes Learn More
  2. Bollig-Lehnert Riesling Spatlese

    Bollig-Lehnert Riesling Spatlese

    $25.94

    A refreshing style, with bright citrus and white cherry flavors, showing some light curry notes. Offers mouthwatering acidity and a finish of jasmine, spice and honeysuckle. Learn More
  3. 2012 Numanthia Termes

    2012 Numanthia Termes

    $26.99

    Wine Advocate: 90 points The 2012 Termes offers up a sexy perfume of cedar, spice box, violets, incense, espresso, and blackberry. Savory, concentrated, and well-balanced, this flavorful effort will benefit from several years of additional cellaring but can be approached now. Learn More
  4. 2008 Aldo and Riccardo Seghesio Barolo

    2008 Aldo and Riccardo Seghesio Barolo

    $36.94

    (93pt Wine Spectator) Rich, sporting cherry, tar, tobacco and underbrush flavors, this muscular red is balanced toward the tannins. The lasting impression is sweet fruit, but this needs time. Best from 2016 through 2035. Learn More
  5. 2011 Leeuwin Chardonnay Margaret River Prelude Vineyards

    2011 Leeuwin Chardonnay Margaret River Prelude Vineyards

    $38.99

    Wine Spectator 91points: Fresh and lively, with vibrant acidity to balance the ripe pear and floral flavors, hinting at clotted cream as the finish lingers. Drink now through 2015. Learn More
  6. 2012 Beringer Knights Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

    2012 Beringer Knights Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

    $40.94

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    The 2012 vintage began with textbook conditions that continued through much of Harvest. Spring bud break was ideal with steady flowering and even fruit set. A lengthy stretch of warm days and cool nights during the summer months allowed for optimal ripeness to develop in the grapes and an exceptional quality overall. Late and light rains held off until the grapes found ripeness, bringing exceptional quality to the crush. Located 17 miles northwest of the winery, Knights Valley vineyard is approximately 600 acres, and has rocky, well-drained soils that are perfectly suited to Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot. Grapes for the 2012 Knights Valley Cabernet Sauvignon were harvested between October 4th through October 26th.
     

    The 2012 Knights Valley Cabernet Sauvignon has aromas of dark blue fruits and spices. Notes of cassis, sweet licorice and a juicy core of fruit are balanced by nice acidity and a silky, lingering finish. 

    To maintain the unique characteristics of the different lots from varying areas of the vineyard, Chief Winemaker Laurie Hook monitored each of the lots through vinification and aging. The wines were then aged in a combination of seasoned oak barrels with a small amount of new oak for 17 months to both round and soften the tannins and bring in some additional spice notes. The foundation of the Waymaker is Syrah, a varietal that demonstrates great richness and generosity from Camatta Hills. Cabernet Sauvignon comprises the majority of the balance of the blend, and lends great depth of fruit as well as lifted spice notes. Laurie blended in a portion of Petite Sirah for its aromatics and rich, inky color.

     
     

     

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  7. Robert Mondavi by Waterford Crystal Chardonnay Glass Pair

    Robert Mondavi by Waterford Crystal Chardonnay Glass Pair

    $40.94

    Robert Mondavi by Waterford Crystal The Robert Mondavi Collection by Waterford features beautiful pieces of stemware and crystal inspired by legendary winemaker Robert Mondavi's intimate understanding of fine wine, and how best to enjoy it. Recognizing the distinctive characteristics of famous varieties of wine, stemware from the Mondavi collection is specifically designed to bring out the best when used to sample the wines they were named for. Learn More
  8. 2012 Alloro  Vineyard Pinot Noir

    2012 Alloro Vineyard Pinot Noir

    $44.94

    Wine Spectator: 92 points. Sleek and refined, with a nice point to the black cherry and mineral flavors, lingering with haunting delicacy on the finish. Drink now through 2018. 1,250 cases Learn More
  9. 2007 Caparzo Brunello di Montalcino

    2007 Caparzo Brunello di Montalcino

    $45.94

    winemaker's notes: Garnet red, intense and brilliant, with light orange hints. The bouquet is penetrating, very full and varied, reminiscent of wild berries. On the palate, dry, warm, full-bodied, harmonious, delicate and austere and persistent at the same time. Pair with roasts, grilled, spit-roasted or braised meats, game and ripe cheeses. alcohol by volume: 13.0% critical acclaim: "A supple, accessible red, exuding cherry, strawberry and floral flavors, with a hint of tobacco. Elegant and balanced, with depth and a lingering, subtle finish. Drink now through 2020." 92 Points Wine Spectator "The 2007 Brunello di Montalcino wraps around the palate with layers of rich, seductive fruit. There is plenty of expressiveness in the glass, even if the wine loses some of its persistence on the mid-palate and finish. This is a tasty, approachable Brunello that should drink well right out of the gate. The 2007 spent three years in Slavonian and French oak casks." 91 Points The Wine Advocate Learn More
  10. 2011 Stonestreet  Cabernet Sauvignon

    2011 Stonestreet Cabernet Sauvignon

    $46.92

    The Wine Enthusiast: 96 points (note: rating from 2009 vintage, please call store to inquire about current in-stock vintage) A dramatic wine, authoritative in tannins, bone dry and noble. Withholds its best under a cloak of astringency, but already shows its mountain terroir in the complexity of its structure and deep, intense blackberry, currant, blueberry and dried herb flavors. Should develop bottle complexities for at least a decade and probably longer. Learn More
  11. 2009 Regina Di Renieri Toscana

    2009 Regina Di Renieri Toscana

    $48.98

    A powerful, brooding red, with effusive blackberry, plum, leather, spice and saline flavors. A lush texture and ample fruit covers the structure, but there are abundant tannins lurking underneath. The finish picks up earth and mineral elements. Syrah. Best from 2015 through 2030. 1,000 cases made. –BS Learn More
  12. 2012 Maison L'Envoy The Attaché Pinot Noir Willamette Valley

    2012 Maison L'Envoy The Attaché Pinot Noir Willamette Valley

    $49.94

    Wine Spectator: 94

    This focused red features lively blackberry, floral and white pepper flavors that unfurl in layers, persisting with finesse against an underlying mineral note as the finish revs up. Complex and expressive. Drink now through 2022. 500 cases made. –HS

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  13. 2012 Reichsgraf Von Kesselstatt Riesling Spätlese Mosel Piesporter Goldtröpfchen

    2012 Reichsgraf Von Kesselstatt Riesling Spätlese Mosel Piesporter Goldtröpfchen

    $49.99

    A pale green color, with crisp apple, grapefruit and ripe citrus flavors that feature notes of herb and lentil. Saline and mineral accents chime in on the fresh and juicy finish. Drink now through 2019. 1,500 cases made. –KM Learn More
  14. 2010 Chateau Montelena Chardonnay

    2010 Chateau Montelena Chardonnay

    $52.99

    93pt Wine Advocate Slate, minerals and grapefruit linger on the precise, crystalline finish. This is a very Chablis-like Napa Valley Chardonnay. Learn More
  15. 2013 Pine Ridge Cabernet Sauvignon

    2013 Pine Ridge Cabernet Sauvignon

    $57.94

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  16. 2012 Hall Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

    2012 Hall Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

    $62.94

    90 POINTS "In a league of its own when it comes to cost and availability... Well-built, with a firm core of dark berry, cherry and wilted rose, showing good density and intensity. This gains depth and holds focus, ending with ripe, chewy tannins. Drink now through 2022." -James Laube, Wine Spectator 90 points "Pure aromas of redcurrant, loam and licorice. Pliant and sweet, offering good texture and extract to its flavors of plum, currant, mocha and brown spices. Finishes with broad, sweet tannins and a drop of milk chocolate." -Stephen Tanzer, International Wine Cellar Learn More
  17. 2010 Domaine Chanson Meursault

    2010 Domaine Chanson Meursault

    $63.94

    Decanter average score: 17.5pts/20 (91/100pts) Individual judge’s scores: SB 18 GD 17 SS 17.5 Quite a rich nose of oak and white flowers. Tastes more like Charmes than Perrières. Nonetheless a good and concentrated wine, with firm acidity, a fine-grained texture and considerable drive and persistence. Drink 2013–2022 Alc 13.5% Decanter judges: Stephen Brook, Gearoid Devaney MS and Steven Spurrier Read more at http://www.decanter.com/wine/labels/34353/slideshow/11/meursault-premiers-crus-2010#feE3hIZidgRpBfdp.99 Learn More
  18. 2009 Tommasi Amarone della Valpolicella Classico

    2009 Tommasi Amarone della Valpolicella Classico

    $68.94

    Wine Spectator 91 points: Fleshy, with ripe cherry and plum flavors and creamy notes of red and black licorice and fig paste, joined by accents of pekoe tea leaf, bresaola and spice. Well-integrated, offering good balance, leading to a subtle, herb-tinged finish. Learn More
  19. 2012 Joseph Phelps Cabernet Sauvignon

    2012 Joseph Phelps Cabernet Sauvignon

    $76.94

    The Wine Advocate 91 points: The 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon is a big, rich wine bursting with dark fruit. This is a fairly immediate style, some serious tannins notwithstanding. Smoke, tobacco and licorice develop in the glass, adding complexity and nuance. The powerful, fruit-driven finish is totally rewarding, but this will be even better in a few years’ time. Learn More
  20. 2012/13 Mollydooker Blue Eyed Boy Shiraz

    2012/13 Mollydooker Blue Eyed Boy Shiraz

    $77.94

    Dark and rich, supple and silky, brimming with blackberry and black cherry flavors that show a hint of pomegranate as the finish wraps gently around the fruit. This has a wonderful open texture to let the flavors sing. Drink now through 2016. 6,350 cases made. – Learn More
  21. 2010 Chateau Monbousquet, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru, France

    2010 Chateau Monbousquet, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru, France

    $79.00

    2010 Chateau Monbousquet, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru, France Critical Acclaim "A lush, modern, style, with hyperdrive on the blueberry, loganberry and boysenberry fruit flavors. Nothing gets too heady though, as there's charcoal-studded grip, smoldering coffee grinds and roasted bay leaf notes all in the background for definition and further development with cellaring. Modern, yes, but firmly grounded in its terroir. Best from 2016 through 2035." 95 Points Wine Spectator "Great nose of spices, dried herbs, chocolate and coffee. Very intense nose. Full-bodied, with fabulous tannins and finesse. This is layered and rich yet very harmonious. Best Monbusquet ever. Try after 2018. " 95 Points James Suckling "Bottle unfined and unfiltered, it exhibits notes of Christmas fruitcake, black raspberry, cedar wood and spice box and has a full-bodied, fleshy, succulent mouthfeel, sweet tannin and decent acidity along with the tell-tale purity that always seems to emerge from the Perse estates. This wine should drink beautifully for at least 12-15 or more years." 93 Points The Wine Advocate Learn More
  22. 2013 Inniskillin Vidal Niagara Peninsula Ice Wine Gold

    2013 Inniskillin Vidal Niagara Peninsula Ice Wine Gold

    $90.94

    This is a concentrated and intensely sweet version, with bright acidity to match, framing its flavors of apricot, apple cider and lemon candy, which stay persistent on the long finish. Drink now through 2018. (92pt Wine Spectator) Learn More
  23. 2013 Caymus Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley

    2013 Caymus Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley

    $91.00

    Wine Spectator: 91pts

    Lavishly oaked, with creamy mocha, vanilla, cedar and anise notes at the edge of a rich core of dark berry, plum and black licorice flavors. Tight, focused and persistent, showing a seductive character. Drink now through 2026. 122,158 cases made. –JL

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  24. 2008 Chateau Beaucastel Chateauneuf du Pape

    2008 Chateau Beaucastel Chateauneuf du Pape

    $99.99

    Wine Advocate: 90 points The 2008 Beaucastel Chateauneuf du Pape is one of the few outstanding wines produced in this vintage. More evolved than Beaucastel’s wines tend to be, it reveals a healthy dark plum/ruby color, notes of licorice, meat juices, smoked game, black currants and garrigue, medium to full body, silky tannins, good freshness, surprising depth for the vintage and a long finish. Drink it over the next decade. Learn More
  25. 2009 Chateau Malartic Lagraviere Pessac-Léognan

    2009 Chateau Malartic Lagraviere Pessac-Léognan

    $106.00

    Packed and very backward, with taut tobacco, iron and bittersweet cocoa notes up front, while the core of crushed plum, roasted fig and cassis flavors is held in reserve. Lots of chalky grip marks the finish, where the fruit drips in the background. Best from 2015 through 2022. 7,500 cases made. –JM Learn More
  26. 2009 Tenuta Dell'Ornellaia Ornellaia

    2009 Tenuta Dell'Ornellaia Ornellaia

    $109.00

    The 2009 Ornellaia caresses the palate with layers of seamless, radiant fruit. Sweet red berries, mocha, flowers, new leather and spices are some of the many notes that are layered in this sumptuous, totally beautiful wine. The 2009 stands out for its silky tannins and phenomenal overall balance. This is one of those wines that will probably enjoy a long drinking window. In one of my blind tastings, the 2009 made a very eloquent case for itself as the wine of the vintage. The blend is 55% Cabernet Sauvignon, 22% Merlot, 21% Cabernet Franc and 2% Petit Verdot. In 2009 winemaker Axel Heinz used the highest percentage of Cabernet Franc ever in Ornellaia and gave the wine less time in oak, both with the goal of preserving as much freshness as possible. 97 points Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate Learn More
  27. 2000 Dominus Cabernet Sauvignon

    2000 Dominus Cabernet Sauvignon

    $125.94

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  28. 2010 Concha y Toro Don Melchor Cabernet Sauvignon Puente Alto

    2010 Concha y Toro Don Melchor Cabernet Sauvignon Puente Alto

    $136.99

    Score: 95
    Release Price $125
    Country Chile
    Region Maipo
    Issue May 31, 2014
    Top 100: 2014, Rank: 9
    Tasting Note
    Refined and elegant, with silky tannins behind the mineral, macerated cherry and damson plum flavors. Quite creamy, revealing hints of paprika and hoisin sauce. The long, lush finish is filled with notes of cocoa powder and dust. Drink now through 2020. 10,100 cases made.–KM
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  29. 2011 Hall Cabernet Sauvignon Kathryn Hall Vineyards

    2011 Hall Cabernet Sauvignon Kathryn Hall Vineyards

    $145.00

    WS 93 Pts - Winemakers Notes - This 2011 bottling is 100% Cabernet Sauvignon fruit selected from a spectrum of vineyards — from St Helena to Howell Mountain to our Sacrashe estate in Rutherford. Perfectly integrated, the palate teems with soft and lingering tannins, with notes of black currant and candied violets. Our 2011 HALL “Kathryn Hall” Cabernet Sauvignon is a pure and nuanced wine to enjoy now and over the next 15+ years. According to the Wine Spectator - Beautifully orchestrated, rich and juicy offering an opulent array of deliciously ripe and layered red and black fruits, with blackberry, currant and raspberry flavors, shaded by mocha and toasty-cedary oak nuances. Drink now through 2025. Learn More
  30. Shafer Relentless 2013

    Shafer Relentless 2013

    $149.94

    This big red brims with dark, rich, chunky blackberry and wild berry fruit, with notes of black licorice that edge toward prune. Maintaining a fine balance for its size, this is extracted, with firm, chewy, peppery tannins. Syrah and Petite Sirah. Best from 2015 through 2028. 3,300 cases made. –JL Learn More
  31. 2011 Mollydooker Carnival Love Shiraz

    2011 Mollydooker Carnival Love Shiraz

    $149.94

    Dense, rich and distinctive, this is superplush and complex, yet also approachable, wrapping its black cherry, cassis, licorice and roasted meat flavors on a supple, velvety frame. Finishes long and creamy in texture. Drink now through 2020. 6,328 cases made Learn More
  32. 2010 Quintessa Napa Red

    2010 Quintessa Napa Red

    $165.00

    A fresh floral, violet aroma mingles with plum and currant in the nose. On entry, the wine is supple with pleasing richness and density that leads through the midpalate. Warm clove spice, sassafras and a touch of vanilla complement nuances of toast to deliver a complex mix of flavors and texture in the mouth. The wine finishes long and satisfying with dark berry fruits, cassis and chocolate. Learn More
  33. 2013 Caymus Cabernet Sauvignon Special Selection

    2013 Caymus Cabernet Sauvignon Special Selection

    $174.94

    Wine Spectator: 93 points Learn More
  34. 2012 Pulido Walker Napa Valley Melanson Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon

    2012 Pulido Walker Napa Valley Melanson Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon

    $175.99

    Pulido Walker Cabernet Sauvignon "Melanson Vineyard" Napa Valley 2012 Sold out all over, we loved it and we bought a few extra for our clients 2012 Pulido-Walker Cabernet Sauvignon Melanson Vineyard Even more compelling is the 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon Melanson Vineyard, which comes from high on Pritchard Hill at a 1,400 foot elevation. A killer Cabernet, it reveals copious aromas of blueberry liqueur, graphite, blackberry, licorice, incense and forest floor. Full-bodied, long, rich and even more complex and deeper than the Panek Vineyard cuvee, it should drink well for at least two decades. This is a very impressive start-up. Thomas Brown is the consulting winemaker for these two impressive Cabernet Sauvignon debut releases. MELANSON VINEYARD Between boulders clinging stubbornly to the steep slopes of Pritchard Hill, the Melanson Vineyard sits east of Oakville among some of the most highly regarded and closely held vineyard properties in the Napa Valley. Vines grow at elevations from 1,100 to 1,380 ft. above sea level, in fractured serpentine and clay soils laden with igneous and seabed rock. Melanson’s southwestern exposure is a distinct advantage, especially at elevations that translate to later bud break and harvest. Solar radiation is magnified at this altitude, while variations between high and low temperatures are moderated. The result is mountain fruit with thicker skins and higher tannins. The ink-black, super-concentrated berries are powerfully expressive of the site, with pronounced granite minerality. The higher tannins give the wine more structure with less weight on the palate and excellent aging potential. Vineyard Facts Appellation: St. Helena, Napa Valley Site: 10.5 acres on Pritchard Hill, adjacent to Colgin Estate Elevation: 1,100–1,380 ft. Soil Composition: Fractured serpentine and clay with igneous and seabed rock Planted: 1999 Varietal: 100% Cabernet Sauvignon Clones: 7 and 337 Learn More
  35. 2011 Dominus Napa Valley

    2011 Dominus Napa Valley

    $184.00

    94 points Antonio Galloni Savory herbs, menthol, smoke and licorice are some of the aromas that open up in the glass in the 2011 Dominus. This is a relatively immediate, expressive Dominus with plenty of near-term appeal. The style is open and succulent for the year, with lovely balance and poise. Crushed rose petals and dried herbs linger in the close. With time in the glass, the 2011 fleshes out nicely. In 2011 Dominus is 86% Cabernet Sauvignon, 9% Petit Verdot and 5% Cabernet Franc. (11/ 2013) 90-92 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar 86% cabernet sauvignon, 9% petit verdot and 5% cabernet franc): Good dark red. Perfumed, cool nose melds redcurrant, tobacco leaf, licorice, coffee, leather, clove oil and chicory, plus piquant notes of pepper (green, black and white!). Riper, suppler and deeper than the Napanook blend, but still with a pronounced herbal quality to the currant, tobacco leaf and clove oil flavors. More lift here too, though the dusty tannins arrive early. Ultimately much more structured than the Napanook. Mostero noted that yields were about average in 2011, as there was no serious loss of fruit during flowering. (5/ 2013) Learn More
  36. Continuum Proprietary Red

    Continuum Proprietary Red

    $192.00

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  37. 2007 Caymus Special Select Cabernet Sauvignon

    2007 Caymus Special Select Cabernet Sauvignon

    $200.94

    Caymus Vineyards produces two Cabernets Sauvignons - a "Napa Valley" and the venerable "Special Selection". Both Cabernet bottlings have aromas and flavors which can only be achieved through "hang time" - a technique which chances the loss of crop if early winter sets in. Leaving the fruit to "hang" on the vine unusually long develops suppleness, increases color, and matures the tannins of the grapes. The wines are abundant in textural tannins yet soft as velvet. Crop thinning, allowing measured sunlight to reach the vine's fruit zone, and waiting for increased ripeness are all part of our viticultural practices. Caymus Cabernets offer a wide array of aromas and flavors including cocoa, cassis and vanilla. Caymus Special Selection is the flagship wine of the Wagner family and is comprised of the very best barrels of the vintage. This wine is not produced in difficult years. Learn More
  38. 1996 Bodegas Condado de Haza Alenza

    1996 Bodegas Condado de Haza Alenza

    $204.99

    Wine Advocate: 91 points The huge 1996 Alenza boasts a big, smoky, dried herb, black currant-scented bouquet with loads of truffle, black cherry, currant, and raspberry liqueur-like notes. Substantial in the mouth, with full body, firm tannin, and a long, heady finish, it should be at its finest between 2006-2016. There are 2,000 cases of the Alenza, named after both Alejandro and his wife, Esperenza. Aged 30 months in primarily new American oak, it is, as Alejandro said, “a wine for traditionists.” Learn More
  39. 2011 Tenuta San Guido Sassicaia

    2011 Tenuta San Guido Sassicaia

    $214.00

    Wine Spectator: 94points Cedar, sandalwood and spice notes lead off, with cherry, currant and rhubarb flavors underneath. Linear in profile, with a firm base of tight-grained tannins, this lingers beautifully on the finish. Persistent from beginning to end, this just needs time to expand. Best from 2016 through 2027. Learn More
  40. 2010 Sassicaia

    2010 Sassicaia

    $215.00

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  41. 2009 Opus One

    2009 Opus One

    $245.94

    The 2009 vintage saw cool temperatures during bloom and maturation, with two short heat spells in September. The harvest began on September 21st and provided an exhilarating finish on October 20th after a record rainfall for October. Aromas of black olive and minerals underlie more traditional notes of dark chocolate, cola and espresso. Showing flavors of ripe blueberry, cassis and licorice, this age-worthy wine simultaneously offers a smooth finish and a slight grip of tannin at the close. Learn More
  42. 2011 Mollydooker Velvet Glove Shiraz

    2011 Mollydooker Velvet Glove Shiraz

    $246.94

    Rich, supple, complex and expressive, this is dense with smoky blackberry, wild blueberry, tomato leaf and exotic spice complexity, finishing seamlessly with refined tannins and just enough acidity to keep it all together. Shows tremendous presence. Best from 2015 through 2025. 925 cases made. Learn More
  43. 2005 Chateau Pavie Saint-Emilion Grand Cru

    2005 Chateau Pavie Saint-Emilion Grand Cru

    $500.94

    The Wine Advocate: 98+ points Now that the 2005 Pavie is in the bottle, I would place it, qualitatively, a notch below the prodigious 2000, and a few notches above the blockbuster 2003. There are 7,000 cases of this 70% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Franc, and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon blend. Disregarding the blatant jealousy of his success as well as his “outsider” status, proprietor Gerard Perse has pushed the envelope of quality, fashioning first-growth quality wines from one of Bordeaux’s finest terroirs. In St.-Emilion, only Ausone can be considered to have greater potential in terms of micro-climate and terroir. Pavie’s 2005 exhibits a thick-looking purple color to the rim as well as an exquisite perfume of blueberry and blackberry liqueur, unsmoked cigar tobacco, crushed rocks, damp earth, and hints of truffles and incense. The vineyard’s limestone soils have provided massive concentration, a laser-like precision, fresh, zesty acidity, and massive tannin. Despite the wine’s enormous concentration and intensity, there is a lightness to its style. As Perse has made clear, he is trying to produce modern day versions of such great vintages as 1921, 1929, 1945, and 1947, wines that lasted 50 or more years. I do not understand why Perse receives so much criticism. In the blind tastings of each new vintage conducted by the Grand Jury European, Pavie usually wins against 100 or so other great Bordeaux. As they say, the truth is irrefutable - this is one of the world’s most outstanding wines, and the 2005 Pavie should take its place among the greatest achievements of Bordeaux in the last 50 years. Anticipated maturity: 2020-2060. Learn More
  44. Tesseron Lot 29 Cognac

    Tesseron Lot 29 Cognac

    $549.94

    COMPOSITION : Ugni Blanc, Folle Blanche and Colombard Grapes BLEND : Grande Champagne AGED: More than three generations in Limousin oak casks TASTING NOTES: THE COLOR : Lustrous topaz THE NOSE : Here again we have that heady, decadent aged nose, followed by layers of honey, figs, plums and exotic fruit laced with oak. Unctuous and silky this retains a wonderful freshness and vitality throughout. THE PALATE : Supremely elegant, this combines macerated dried fruit with hints of mocha and cocoa, refreshed by floral aromatics. This is extremely well balanced and wonderfully complex with marmalade notes emerging on a persistent, stylish finish. Learn More
  45. Pappy van winkle12 year for sale

    Old Rip Van Winkle 12 Year Old Bourbon 2015 or older Pappy

    $650.00

    Old Rip Van Winkle's Family Reserve 12 Year 2015 or older Van Winkle Special Reserve 12 Year, 90.4 Proof Van Winkle Special Reserve is the perfect combination of age and proof. This sweet, full bodied whiskey has been described by some as “Nectar”. We agree! The 12 years of aging and medium proof of 90.4 seem to be just right in creating a very pleasant drink of whiskey. This fine bourbon can compete with any excellent cognac as an after dinner drink. The overall impression is rich and deep. “Well crafted…elegant, stately…balanced beautifully”-Paul Pacult’s Spirit Journal. Rated 98 by the Beverage Tasting Institutee If you are reading this, it is in stock, feel free to order online Learn More
  46. 2010 Beaucastel Chateauneuf Du Pape Hommage

    2010 Beaucastel Chateauneuf Du Pape Hommage

    $801.00

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  47. Balvenie 30 Year Single Malt Scotch

    Balvenie 30 Year Single Malt Scotch

    $959.94

    Balvenie 30 Year Single Malt Scotch A Gold Medal winner at the 2004 International Wine and Spirits Competition, this 30 year old Speyside single malt from Balvenie was matured in American oak and sherry casks before being bottled at cask strength. Learn More
  48. 2010 Chateau Haut-Brion, Pessac-Léognan, France  - Pre-Arrival  100 Points RP

    2010 Chateau Haut-Brion, Pessac-Léognan, France - Pre-Arrival 100 Points RP

    $1,299.00

    Place your order for this exceptional wine today, and receive it on or around May 16th. Everywhere else gets it in Autumn if they get it at all! 100 Point Wine - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate "As for the 2010 Haut-Brion.... it is extraordinary, perfect wine. It has a slightly lower pH than the 2009 (3.7 versus the 2009's 3.8), and even higher alcohol than the 2009 (14.6%). The wine is ethereal. From its dense purple color to its incredibly subtle but striking aromatics that build incrementally, offering up a spectacular smorgasbord of aromas ranging from charcoal and camphor to black currant and blueberry liqueur and spring flowers, this wine’s finesse, elegant yet noble power and authority come through in a compelling fashion. It is full-bodied, but that’s only apparent in the aftertaste, as the wine seems to float across the palate with remarkable sweetness, harmony, and the integration of all its component parts – alcohol, tannin, acidity, wood, etc. This prodigious Haut-Brion is hard to compare to another vintage, at least right now, but it should have 50 to 75 years of aging potential. Anticipated maturity: 2022-2065+. Kudos to the team at Haut-Brion and to the proprietors, the Dillon family, who are now represented admirably and meticulously by Prince Robert of Luxembourg. He has made some changes, and all of them seem to have resulted in dramatic improvements to what was already an astonishing group of wines. (2/ 2013) 96-99 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar Deep ruby-purple. Brooding, closed nose hints at strawberry, ripe red cherry, white pepper, minerals and violet; showing its cabernet franc element today. Rich and full on entry, displaying lovely depth to its ripe red fruit, underbrush and tobacco flavors. Harmonious acidity keeps this concentrated, dense wine dancing on the palate. Finishes smooth and very long, and still youthfully tight. Another great Haut-Brion, atypically dominated by the cabernet franc presence. I'd venture to say that Haut-Brion is remarkably Lafleur-like this year. One of the stars of the vintage. (6/ 2011) 99 points Wine Spectator *Collectibles* Sappy, tongue-coating pastis, blackberry coulis and loganberry fruit starts this huge wine off, followed by a parade of licorice snap, violet, tar, black tea, roasted alder, wood spice and steeped black cherry fruit notes. A beam of pure cassis drives through this version, and the finish pulls everything together with a mouthwatering brambly edge that should soften slowly over time. A riveting display of brawny power, unbridled energy and high-level terroir. Best from 2020 through 2040. (1/ 2013) 97 points James Suckling This is very spicy with dried mushroom aromas with dark fruits and plum undertones. Sweet tobacco as well. This is full-bodied, with lots of tannins that are chewy and firm. This is muscular for HB and flexing it. Try in 2020. (2/ 2013) 95-97 points Wine Enthusiast Very firm, dry tannic, structured. The wine is full of acidity very tough and dry. A concentration of flavors in a dark, brooding framework. (6/ 2011) Learn More
  49. Leopold Gourmel Cognac Quintessence crystal decanter

    Leopold Gourmel Cognac Quintessence crystal decanter

    Price Elsewehere: $1,699.00

    Our Price: $1,344.94

    When Pierre Voisin created his cognac house together with Olivier Blanc in 1972, he named it after his grandfather, Léopold Gourmel. Both founders were fond of his authenticity, his closeness to nature when attending his vineyards, his garden and when fishing on the shore of his island, Ile de Ré, off La Rochelle in the Atlantic Ocean . Such a respect for the environment perfectly matched their vision of a natural cognac. As a further reference to Léopold , a horse saddler by profession, they chose the horse’s head as the house logo. Here again, there couldn’t be a better sign than man’s best conquest to symbolize the noble, elegant and refined cognac from Léopold Gourmel. Beyond the emotional link, the justification of this choice can be found in the powerful pronunciation of this name. Saying Léopold Gourmel immediately brings promises of new flavours and moments of complicity. These cognacs are found in every Michelin rated restaurant in France Learn More
  50. Pappy van winkle 15 2005

    Pappy Van Winkle Family Reserve 15 Year 2011 bottle

    $1,900.00

    Pappy Van Winkle's Family Reserve 15 Year 2011 bottle Based on statements made by the Van Winkles, they made a big run of Pappy 15 bottles from Stitzel Weller in 2009 that held them through the spring 2011 release. This bourbon was crafted according to pappys exclusive family wheated recipe. The smooth, oak flavor blends well with the barrel proof. Selected from barrels in the heart of our Kentucky warehouse, it has remained untouched for 15 years and unhurried by time. “A whiskey connoisseur’s bonanza,…remarkable find…ranks with the best whiskeys,” Paul Pacult’s Spirit Journal. Rated 98 by the Beverage Tasting Institute If you are reading this , We have it in stock. Feel free to order online. Learn More

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