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2010 Chateau Reverdi Listrac-Medoc

Region: France > Bordeaux > Medoc and Haut Medoc
Grape type: Bordeaux Blend

The 2010 Château Reverdi Listrac is bright ruby-red to the rim, infused with vibrant aromas of black and blue fruits, graphite, crushed-stone minerality, and just a touch of ultra-ripe kirsch. Velour-like in texture, dense and compact, with penetrating flavors of blackberry and black raspberry preserves, all braced by a long, attenuated, sturdy tannin finish. Drink now — only after two hours in an open carafe — or far better, lay down one of the top bargains of the 2010 vintage until the mid-2020s.

$45 on release. Just $23.99. Shipping included on 6. Not to be missed by Bordeaux collectors and Napa Valley Cabernet bargain-hunters. Top-vintage Left Bank Bordeaux simply doesn't get any better at anything resembling today's offer price. read more »

Price: $23.99 You save: $21.01 (47%)

2011 Dashe Cellars Zinfandel Todd Brothers Ranch Old Vines

Region: California > Sonoma > Alexander Valley
Grape type: Zinfandel

It was one of the most original food-and-wine pairings of our 30 years on the wine trail. The address was 6640 Washington Street in Yountville. The chef was Thomas Keller. The restaurant was, of course, The French Laundry.

Paul Roberts, the 48th Master Sommelier in the world, remembers the night clearly. “French Laundry is one of the few restaurants in the United States where the clientele inherently trusts the sommelier. Thomas wants each meal to be memorable. My job was to come up with food-and-wine marriages that were not simply harmonious, but surprising. Your dinner pairing was probably the most surprising of all.” read more »

Price: $24.99 You save: $13.01 (34%)

2012 La Storia Estate Merlot Alexander Valley Block 500

Region: California > Sonoma > Alexander Valley
Grape type: Merlot

The way Tcholakov approaches the making of his La Storia Merlot Reserve mimics his “Old Patch” protocol. “The Merlot always ripens beautifully and early. Still, I’ve always been very focused on tannin management, doing everything possible to preserve what most people look for in the variety — richness and suppleness. In good vintages like 2008 and 2009, the Merlot Reserve is delicious out of the gate, but hits its peak in 3-5 years.”

Then Miro smiled as he swirled this wildly opulent 2012. “But in GREAT vintages like 2012 … Paul Giamatti would have been obliged to ad-lib and change the Sideways script.” read more »

Price: $16.99 You save: $17.01 (50%)

2013 Talley Vineyards Pinot Noir Estate Arroyo Grande Valley

Region: California > Central Coast
Grape type: Pinot Noir

Drawn from the manicured rows of Rincon and Rosemary’s vineyards, the 2013 Talley Vineyards Pinot Noir Estate is brilliant dark-ruby to the rim, infused with piercing aromas of black raspberry, black cherry, and licorice. Hugely concentrated in 2013, broad, sturdy, and juicy on the attack, packed with crushed-red-fruit preserves and sweet spices, finishing with beautifully delineated, high-toned tannins, arguing powerfully for a decade of cellar slumber. This is a phenomenal new release from Brian Talley; along with the 2012, it’s Talley’s most extraordinary Pinot Noir Estate since 2007. read more »

Price: $28 You save: $12 (30%)

2011 Rubissow Cabernet Sauvignon Mount Veeder

Region: California > Napa
Grape type: Cabernet Sauvignon

The 2011 Rubissow Cabernet Sauvignon Mount Veeder is brilliant dark-ruby. Enticing aromas of black raspberry, mocha, and sweet spice, gently tinged with new-wood cedar. Sweet, juicy, yet perfectly restrained on the attack, featuring a luscious mix of dark red berries, black cherry, and licorice. As always with this cult Cabernet Sauvignon, velour-like in texture and light on its feet. Sneaky tannins lurk in the background, arguing elegantly for 10-15 years of cellar slumber.

$75 on release. Something far more irresistible on today's WineAccess EXCLUSIVE. Two barrels or 600 bottles are up for grabs. read more »

Price: $33 You save: $42 (56%)

2013 Bila Haut Cotes du Roussillon Villages Lesquerde l'Esquerda

RP 93 points

Region: France > Languedoc-Roussillon
Grape type: Rhone Blend

Drawn entirely from terraced plantings on granitic hilltop plains and slopes above the village of Lesquerde, the astonishing 2013 Bila-Haut Lesquerde “L’esquerda” is a bargain-hunter’s dream. Opaque purple. Exquisite aromatically, featuring a chiseled mix of crushed black fruits, licorice, violets, and garrigue, lively and vibrant. Intensely concentrated, yet due to the cool, extended growing season, perfectly light on its feet, finishing with superb low-pH vibrancy and persistence.

93 points from The Wine Advocate. $30 on release (if you can find a bottle). Just $20 today for a fortunate few. Shipping included on 6. read more »

Price: $20 You save: $10 (33%)

2013 WillaKenzie Estate Gisele Pinot Noir Willamette Valley

Region: Oregon > Willamette Valley
Grape type: Pinot Noir

The 2013 WillaKenzie Estate Pinot Noir Gisèle is absolutely GORGEOUS. Vivid ruby, infused with mouthwatering aromas of bright raspberry, black cherry, and sweet spice. Perfectly composed on the attack, filled with Volnay red fruits, juicy and perfectly chiseled, finishing with excellent penetration and length. Drink now-2020.

$30 on release. Just $19 for a rare taste of Beaune in USA. read more »

Price: $19 You save: $11 (37%)

2009 Xavier Vignon Chateauneuf-du-Pape Cuvee Anonyme

RP 96 points

Region: France > Rhone > Chateauneuf du Pape
Grape type: Rhone Blend

Robert Parker mimicked our enthusiasm, describing "copious notes of licorice, garrigue, underbrush, blackberries, black currants, and graphite are present in this full-bodied, modern-styled, fragrant, distinctive Châteauneuf. This terrific, voluptuous 2009 should drink well young and last for 15-20 years."

Parker's rating was one of the highest of the vintage, placing Vignon's "Anonyme" just a point behind Vieille Julienne Reserve ($250/bottle), two behind Château Rayas ($175), and Pegau ($125).

96 points from Parker. $75/bottle on release before climbing to $90 on the secondary market. Shipping included on 4. read more »

Price: $42.75 You save: $47.25 (53%)