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2012 Melville Pinot Noir Estate Sta. Rita Hills

AG 94 points

Region: California > Central Coast > Santa Rita Hills
Grape type: Pinot Noir

“The 2012 Pinot Noir Estate Sta. Rita Hills is a smoking value. Seeing 40% whole cluster and 11 months in neutral oak, it offers beautiful cherry blossom, pepper, white flowers and hints of underbrush to go with a rich, layered and impressively textured feel on the palate. You don’t see this quality at this price very often (for Pinot anyway) and readers need to get a hold of a few of these.” -Robert Parker's Wine Advocate read more »

Price: $36

2013 Chad Pinot Noir Russian River Valley Sonoma County

Region: California > Sonoma > Russian River Valley
Grape type: Pinot Noir

The 2013 CHAD Pinot Noir Russian River Valley is brilliant, deep ruby-red. Grown on prized Goldridge soils, the aromas are of black cherry and black raspberry, tinged with sweet spice and wild strawberry jam. Rich, dense, juicy, and absolutely voluptuous on the attack, filled with ultra-concentrated red-fruit preserves, violets, and a hint of mint, this is Pinot Noir of immense purity and polish, finishing — as The Wine Advocate suggests — with classic 2013 crispness and reserve. Drink now-2020.

$45 under the winery's own label. Just $19.99 today behind CHAD. 1,200 bottles are up for grabs. No dawdling. read more »

Price: $19.99 You save: $25.01 (56%)

2011 Coho Headwaters Red Wine Napa Valley

Region: California > Napa
Grape type: Red Blend

Half of the 2011s tasted were lackluster. Some were thin. Many were angular and green. In these instances, growers clearly hadn’t been sufficiently rigorous in the vines or on the sorting table. Give one to Mr. Parker.

But then there were the 2011 showstoppers — about seven in all. If we had to pick one that best depicts Antonio Galloni’s more aptomistic take on this one-of-a-kind harvest, it would be veteran winemaker Brooks Painter’s Headwaters, drawn off the meticulously farmed Bingham, Hammond, and Michael Black vineyards in rock-strewn Coombsville. read more »

Price: $24.99 You save: $30.01 (55%)

2010 Chateau Haut Rocher Saint-Emilion

Region: France > Bordeaux > Saint Emilion
Grape type: Merlot

In 2010, one of the greatest vintages of our lifetimes, M. Pauquet's Château Haut Rocher St.-Émilion Grand Cru is deep, dark, and polished. The nose offers a sumptuous mix of raspberries, dark plum, cedar, and new-French-cooperage vanilla. After 45 minutes in oversized Riedel, the aromas become much more intense, piercing, and chiseled. Big, rich, and voluminous on the attack, filled with red and black fruits, the sturdy tannins are just beginning to soften, arguing powerfully for 10-15 years of cellar slumber.

The turnaround at Haut Rocher is one of the most compelling stories of the appellation, and this 2010 may well be the most underpriced St.-Émilion of the year. read more »

Price: $23.99 You save: $11.01 (31%)

2007 Erba Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon

Region: California > Napa
Grape type: Cabernet Sauvignon

Ultra-plush, velour-like in texture, just beginning to take a step back and regroup, marrying intense black-fruit concentration with more sophisticated flavors of earth and tobacco, faintly touched with new-wood cedar. The finish is soft and sumptuous, yet the tannins are firm, cutting the fats in the Boulevard T-Bone like a stiletto. Drink now at The Tipping Point, or lay down for another 3-5 years. This magnificent 2007 is ready for the long haul.

$75/bottle. $44.99 today. 240 bottles. Sorry in advance. (If you're shut out, book a table at Boulevard and ask John Lancaster to hook you up!). Shipping included on 4. read more »

Price: $44.99 You save: $30.01 (40%)

2011 Il Palagio Casino delle Vie

JS 93 points

Region: Italy > Tuscany
Grape type: Sangiovese

Sting’s 2011 Casino delle Vie is deep ruby in color, infused with aromas of black raspberry, blackberry, and graphite, tinged with black olive. Rich, dense, and finely structured, filled with black- and red-fruit preserves, this is a far weightier wine than the excellent 2010, finishing with firmer backbone and persistence. Serve at 62 degrees. Drink now-2020.

93 points from James Suckling, former Wine Spectator European bureau chief. 300 cases have been allocated for the U.S. market, 100 of which are earmarked for WineAccess. $40 on release. Just $23.99 today on WineAccess. Shipping included on 4. read more »

Price: $23.99 You save: $16.01 (40%)