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2013 Louis Latour Beaune Blanc

Region: France > Burgundy > Cote de Beaune
Grape type: Chardonnay

If Latour’s Corton-Charlemagne is the crown jewel of Château Corton Grancey, it’s the several hundred case production of today’s featured wine that is one of the last great bargains on a white Burgundy market gone wild.

The just-released 2013 Louis Latour Beaune Blanc is drawn largely from Latour’s Premier Cru vineyards Les Grèves and Aux Cras, with a splash of higher-toned Chardonnay grown on Montagne Saint-Désiré — all a stone’s throw from Corton-Charlemagne. read more »

Price: $29.99 You save: $15.01 (33%)

2012 Robert Stemmler Winery Pinot Noir Winside Vineyard Russian River Valley

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

Anne Moller-Racke has been on quite a roll. If you’re a coastal Pinot Noir collector with a penchant for dropping $1,000 per case for Kistler, Morlet, and Peter Michael, you’ve likely already made the call to Donum Estate. For three consecutive vintages beginning in 2007, Wine Spectator dropped 96-point reviews on the brilliant German-born winegrower’s “East Slope” and “West Slope.”

During that same three-year span, Moller-Racke’s Robert Stemmler Pinot Noirs proved equally compelling for bargain hunters, each cut of the same Donum Estate vineyard cloth. “I think of ‘East Slope’ and ‘West Slope’ as my Grand Crus,” Anne told us. “The Robert Stemmler Pinots are my villages.” read more »

Price: $25.99 You save: $20.01 (44%)

2013 Talley Vineyards Chardonnay Estate Arroyo Grande Valley

Region: California > Central Coast
Grape type: Chardonnay

The 2013 Talley Vineyards Arroyo Grande Estate Chardonnay is bright pale-gold. Explosive aromas of ripe apple, blood orange, hazelnut, and honeysuckle, tinged with sweet spice. Opulent and rich on the attack. At once deep, energetic, and wound-up in a Meursault-like way, featuring a luscious mix of ripe citrus and orchard fruit. Adding weight and complexity after 30 minutes in an open carafe. Finely honed, built both for the short and long haul. Drink now for its youthful polish or lay down for up to a decade. Wow!

$29 on release. $22.99 on WineAccess — the best price in America. 1,200 bottles are up for grabs. NOT TO BE MISSED!!!! read more »

Price: $22.99 You save: $6.01 (21%)

2012 Three Wine Company Old Vines Field Blend Contra Costa County

Region: California > Central Coast
Grape type: Red Blend

Why is the 2012 Three Old Vines Field Blend — an ultra-rich blend of ancient-vine Zinfandel, Mourvèdre, and Carignan — the highest-rated under-$15 American red in WineAccess history?

The best years are always the mild years. 2010 and 2011 were exceptional.” Then our old friend smiled ear to ear. “But 2012 was a class apart.”
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Price: $14.99 You save: $8.01 (35%)

2014 Domaine de Triennes Rosé Vin de Pays du Var

Region: France > Provence
Grape type: other red varietal

The 2014 Domaine de Triennes Rosé is a luscious blend of Cinsault, Syrah, and Grenache. Brilliant pale-pink in color with mouthwatering aromas of strawberry, white flowers, and herbes de Provence. Supple, round, and juicy, filled with wild strawberry and a splash of citrus, all braced by the sneaky acidity that makes this one of our go-to pink wines each spring. read more »

Price: $16.99 You save: $6.01 (26%)

2012 Anderson's Conn Valley Vineyards Right Bank Napa Valley

RP 94 points

Region: California > Napa
Grape type: Bordeaux Blend

One of the few drop-dead bargains of Napa Valley's phenomenal 2012 vintage is Anderson Conn Valley's "Right Bank" — an estate-grown powerhouse drawn off the Anderson family's property above St. Helena, where Conn Creek flows off of Howell Mountain. Parker calls Right Bank "a Cheval-Blanc look-alike." Never more so than in 2012.

Opaque purple to the edge, infused with voluptuous aromas of crushed black fruits, plum, mocha, and black cherry. Explosive on the attack, like all the great 2012s, packed with ultra-concentrated black- and red-fruit preserves, graphite, and lavender, finishing with superb backbone and grip. Parker suggests this one will hit its peak in the mid-2020s. He'll get no argument from us.
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Price: $50 You save: $18 (26%)