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2007 Arcadian Winery Syrah Westerly Vineyard Santa Ynez Valley

Region: California > Central Coast > Santa Ynez Valley
Grape type: Syrah/Shiraz

The 2007 Arcadian Syrah Westerly Vineyard is one of those wines that makes us realize how American collectors have largely MISSED THE BOAT on top-flight, age-worthy coastal Syrah.

Glass-staining ruby red. Luscious aromatically, featuring surprisingly youthful aromas of blackberry, blueberry, and black raspberry, touched with anise and sweet herbs. Rich and ultra-juicy, wildly complex, filled with a je ne sais pas mix of raspberry, red plum, and mineral-cherry tart, finishing with tremendous energy and vitality. This is about as close as Santa Barbara ever gets to classic Côte-Rôtie.
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Price: $19.99 You save: $20.01 (50%)

Locations F2 (Orin Swift)

Region: France
Grape type: Red Blend

Soon after the release of the maker of "The Prisoner's" absolutely stunning "Locations F2," Parker wrote: "As of now, Dave Phinney might be my 'value winemaker of the year' candidate. … If there are better wines for under $20 a bottle in the world today, please share that information with The Wine Advocate."

91 points from RP. $16.99 today — for The Wine Advocate's Top Red Wine BARGAIN of 2014. Shipping included on 6.
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Price: $16.99 You save: $7.01 (29%)

2009 Xavier Vignon Chateauneuf-du-Pape Cuvee Anonyme

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

The aromas was exotic and multi-layered, a mesmerizing mix of crushed blackberry and black raspberry, licorice and sweet spice. The attack was absolutely explosive yet tightly wound, walking the tightrope between black-fruit modernity and Old World minerality. Three hours after that first bottle of the 2009 "Anonyme" was uncorked and decanted, it remained perfectly restrained, still coming on.
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Price: $45.00 You save: $45 (50%)

2012 Solena Pinot Noir Grande Cuvee Willamette Valley

Region: Oregon > Willamette Valley
Grape type: Pinot Noir

Since the Wine Spectator’s “near-perfect” 97-point 2008 vintage, Oregon’s growers have been dealt challenging hands. But after spending 36 hours cellar-hopping from McMinnville to the Dundee Hills, the Eola-Amity Hills to the steepest slopes on Ribbon Ridge, it’s clear that all the pre-release hype associated with the 2012 vintage is well deserved. In many cases, these luscious 2012s will outpoint the historic 2008s.
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Price: $18.99 You save: $9.01 (32%)

2013 Capablanca Pinot Noir Sta. Rita Hills

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

By agreement (three-page NDA), we cannot divulge the name of the maker of the 2013 Capablanca Pinot Noir. We can tell you that every grape was estate-grown. The wine was estate-bottled, all made by a winemaker many believe to be the most talented in Sta. Rita Hills. The winery's Estate Pinot Noir has received 92-to-93-point scores from Robert Parker's Wine Advocate in each of the last four vintages.

And yes, by all critical accounts, this dark, richly textured Pinot Noir is chomping at Sea Smoke's heels. read more »

Price: $16.99 You save: $27.01 (61%)