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2009 Chateau Lynch-Bages Pauillac

RP 98 points

Region: France > Bordeaux > Pauillac
Grape type: Bordeaux Blend

We first tasted the 2009 Lynch-Bages out of cask in the fall of 2010. If it hadn't been for the wine's mesmerizing underlying complexity and refined minerality, had we closed our eyes, we would have imagined ourselves on the Oakville Grade. Alcohol was a beefy 13.5%, but more importantly, despite the historic opulence of the vintage, Cazes' 2009 showed incredible length, persistence, and vitality — a baby born to run marathons.

98 points from Robert Parker, Jr., who suggests a drinking window of now-2042! Sixteen cases are up for grabs, all drawn directly from the cellars in Bordeaux where they haven't moved since bottling.
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Price: $199 You save: $96 (33%)

2013 Capablanca Pinot Noir Sta. Rita Hills

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

When our winemaker friend from the Windy City called to tell us he had "too much" of his 2013 Estate Pinot Noir — a wine that has outpointed Sea Smoke in each of the last four vintages — we made a beeline for the Sta. Rita Hills. Then, we went ALL in!

The 2013 Capablanca Pinot Noir Sta. Rita Hills is vivid purple to the rim, infused with piercing aromas of black cherry, crushed red fruits, violets, and Asian spices. Ultra-concentrated on the attack, juicy, and wildly opulent, filled with a plush mix of black cherry and black raspberry preserves and a splash of kirsch, still finishing with textbook vibrancy and persistence.
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Price: $16.99 You save: $27.01 (61%)

2013 Trousse-Chemise Pinot Noir Willamette Valley

Region: Oregon > Willamette Valley > Willamette Valley
Grape type: Pinot Noir

The 2012 Trousse-Chemise Pinot Noir Willamette Valley rocked WineAccess, earning a stampede of rave reviews. 144 WineAccess buyers came in at a solid 4 stars. 43 more rated Anne’s first release a perfect 5!

The 2013 Trousse-Chemise Willamette Valley Pinot Noir is vivid ruby to the rim. Mouthwatering aromas of black cherry, raspberry, and violets, laced with sweet herbs and a touch of new-wood vanilla. Rich, juicy, and plump on the attack, filled with Russian River-like concentration, finishing with just enough vibrancy to keep the vintage’s opulence in check. read more »

Price: $16.99 You save: $21.01 (55%)

2011 Casarena Single Vineyard Malbec Collection

RP 94 points
ST 92+ points

Region: Argentina > Mendoza
Grape type: Malbec

It it Mendoza's finest single-vineyard Malbec? Stephen Tanzer, the stingiest critic on the planet, seemed to think so. Tanzer rated the 2011 Casarena Malbec Jamilla's 93 points, calling this black-fruit knockout "as good as most of Argentina's icon bottlings at half the price."

Just a few months later, Robert Parker's Wine Advocate echoed Tanzer's enthusiasm, and tacked on 94 points.

Casarena's two 2011 single-vineyard Malbecs — the 94-point Jamilla's and 92+ point Lauren's — have been assembled into 40 six-pack samplers. $60 respectively on release. Something far more irresistible today.
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Price: $199/6 You save: $161 (45%)

2010 Palazzo Brunello di Montalcino

JS 98 points

Region: Italy > Tuscany
Grape type: Sangiovese

Last Monday, at Gotham Hall in NYC, we were first in line for the unveiling of the 2010 Brunello di Montalcino. Due to an extraordinary growing season that pushed back the harvest of late-maturing Sangiovese into mid-October, the 2010 vintage is one of the most critically acclaimed in 50 years.

The 2010 Palazzo Brunello di Montalcino created quite a stir at Gotham Hall. Drawn off 10 rocky acres in the warmer, southeastern quadrant of the appellation, proprietor Cosimo Loia had just earned his first 98-point review from James Suckling, the longtime Wine Spectator Italian wine guru. read more »

Price: $55 You save: $20 (27%)