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  1. Cockburns Fine Ruby Porto

    Cockburns Fine Ruby Porto

    $15.94

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  2. Dolin Vermouth Dry

    Dolin Vermouth Dry

    $15.94

    Dolin Vermouth de Chambery is made of fine wines and botanicals found in the Alpine meadows above Chambery. Together they impart a fresh and elegant nose, with a subtle and complex palate. Dolin Vermouths are notably lighter, drier and less pungent than their larger commercial counterparts. The particular mixture of plants found near Chambery give a fresh, restrained and elegant nose, with a subtle, complex palate. Dolin Dry makes an excellent cocktail, but is also a fantastic aperitif. Learn More
  3. Cockburn Tawny 10yr Porto

    Cockburn Tawny 10yr Porto

    $25.99

    Aged for at least ten years in cask, this port is a blend of older wines with the addition of some younger wines to give balance. Complex and delicate, it has a fresh crispness of taste that comes with the judicious blending and constant refreshing of the wines that make up the blend. Ten-years-old Tawny is a wine to enjoy at any time - chilled, as a summer aperitif or as an accompaniment to cheese and fruit at the end of a meal. Learn More
  4. COCKBURNS Special Reserve Porto

    COCKBURNS Special Reserve Porto

    $32.94

    Cockburn’s Special Reserve is the first great Port Wine that was launched by Cockburn’s in 1969. This wine is aged in oak barrels for longer than normal at the reserve wines, which contributes to the unique identity of this Port. Learn More
  5. 2009 Caparzo Brunello Di Montalcino

    2009 Caparzo Brunello Di Montalcino

    $45.94

    The Caparzo Brunello di Montalcino displays geep garnet color with full and penetrating aromas of wild berries. The palate is dry, warm full-bodied while harmonious, delicate and austere at the same time, persistent. Critical Acclaim RP91 The Wine Advocate - "The 2009 Brunello di Montalcino is one of those wines that seemingly benefitted from the warm vintage. The style is rich and opulent and there is enough layered oak spice and tannin to support the softer nature of the fruit. Ripe cherry, blackberry and dark plum abound. My only note of hesitation is sparked by the mouthfeel that is slightly thinner and shorter than past vintages. This Brunello is aged in a combination of botte grande and smaller oak barrel. The wine is fleshed out, approachable and almost ready to drink now." TP91 Tasting Panel - "Smooth, ripe and juicy with soft, rich flavors of plum, ripe berries and spice; dense, deep and balanced, long and lush. Sangiovese Grosso." JS90 James Suckling - "This is a little lean but shows pretty berry, prune and cocoa character. Full body, firm tannins and a fresh finish. Needs a year or two to soften." Learn More
  6. 2011 Stags Leap Petit Sirah

    2011 Stags Leap Petit Sirah

    $48.94

    Established in 1893, Stags’ Leap Winery is one of the oldest wine estates within the acclaimed Stags Leap district, continually producing wines expressive of its unique terroir. With an enduring wine making philosophy of minimal intervention, and by using the finest grapes from our own 85-acre vineyard and from quality-focused growers, Stags’ Leap wines embody a natural balance, exhibiting both intensity and finesse. A dry winter gave way to rains in early spring, and temperate weather at the time of bud break brought little in the way of frost damage. Flowering and fruit set were facilitated by dry weather in late spring, and a relatively moderate summer gave the fruit ample time to ripen slowly to its full potential. There was a brief rain event in early/mid-October, but by that time the vast majority of the grapes were safely in the winery. “Its beauty is in the variety of sourcing,” says Winemaker Christophe Paubert of his Napa Valley Petite Sirah. Grapes from our 30-year old estate vines form the backbone of this wine. Paubert likes to add grapes from both northern and southern Napa Valley vineyards to intensify and broaden the wine’s profile to include floral, spice and fruit characteristics. The Petite Sirah was made using the same time-honored techniques that have made this wine practically synonymous with Stags’ Leap Winery. Avoiding over extraction, Paubert allowed the wine to go through a relatively short maceration period (9 days on average) following fermentation. He then aged the wine for 14 months in American oak barrels (25% new), the spiciness of the oak complementing the natural spice character of the varietal. The final blend includes small amounts of Syrah, Grenache and Mourvèdre, Rhone varietals that bring further complexity to the finished wine. With a triumvirate of fruit, floral and spicy characteristics, this warm, juicy wine opens with black cherry, blueberry and strawberry flavors supported by distinct notes of vanilla, violets and spice. The powerful red and black fruit flavors persist on the palate, backed by refined tannins and balancing acidity. Bold yet restrained, this wine displays the plush elegance for which our signature Petite Sirah is known. Learn More
  7. Fladgate 20yr Tawny

    Fladgate 20yr Tawny

    $67.99

    This seductive, silky wine balances discreet dried red fruit and fig flavors with pronounced aromatic notes of nuts, praline and mocha in a luxuriant texture underscored by a refined acidic backbone. Learn More
  8.  2007 Masi Serego Alighieri Amarone

    2007 Masi Serego Alighieri Amarone

    $85.99

    This deep red wine has a viscous texture. Extremely rich aromas include baked fruit and the soft spices of cinnamon and vanilla. Rich, full and hefty on the palate, the wine displays layered sweet, cooked fruit, almonds, coffee and cocoa powder. Plush flavors long, soft and dry finish. Ideal with red meats, game, quail, roasts, and richly-flavored dishes. An excellent pairing with strong, hard cheeses like parmesan and pecorino, and a noble after-dinner wine. Learn More
  9. 2010 Clos Du Marquis Saint-Julien

    2010 Clos Du Marquis Saint-Julien

    $88.94

    Clos du Marquis is consistently one of the best value Clarets you can buy. Often mistaken for Ch. Léoville-Las Cases's second wine, it is actually a separate vineyard within the Grand Vin's boundaries and is a wine of classed Growth quality in its own right. With a much higher proportion of Merlot (38%) in the blend - 57% Cab Sauvignon, 3% Petit Verdot, 2% Cabernet Franc - than its Cabernet-dominated sibling, Clos du Marquis is a softer, richer and more approachable wine. Rich, warm and hedonistic with a lovely cream and raspberry finish Learn More
  10. Dow's 2000 Vintage Port

    Dow's 2000 Vintage Port

    $139.94

    Very dark opaque purple color, with a typically spicy nose and intense underlying aromas of blackberries and blackcurrants. On the palate enormous weight and structure with a marvelous balance of dense black fruit flavors and firm tannins. Learn More
  11. Taylor Fladgate 1863 Single Harvest Port

    Taylor Fladgate 1863 Single Harvest Port

    $3,495.00

     
    The harvest of 1863 was one of the finest of the nineteenth century and the last great Port vintage beforePhylloxera spread throughout the Douro Valley.
     
    Matured for over a century and a half in oak casks, the Taylor’s Single Harvest 1863 has achieved an exceptional level of density and complexity while displaying a vitality and freshness remarkable in a wine of this age. In addition, the cool and tranquil environment of the Port lodges in Oporto has allowed the wine to retain its harmony and balance.
     
    The Taylor’s Single Harvest 1863 is presented in a bespoke crystal decanter, specially produced in Italy, with an individually fitted glass stopper engraved and polished by hand in Scotland.  The decanter is displayed in a superb luxury box finished in maple burl veneer.   Each box contains a certificate individually signed by Taylor’s Managing Director, Adrian Bridge.

    The Taylor’s Single Harvest 1863 is being released as an exclusive limited edition, corresponding to only two casks of wine, and is offered on an allocation basis.  A wine of this age and historical interest is very rarely available for purchase and the Single Harvest 1863 represents a unique opportunity for the collector and enthusiast.
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