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2010 Mas de Boislauzon Chateauneuf-du-Pape Tradition

Region: France > Rhone
Grape type: Rhone Blend

In the 2010 harvest that most in the region are now calling the richest, most age-worthy vintage ever in Châteauneuf-du-Pape, the Chaussys put on a show. Their top wine — Cuvée du Quet — again earned 100 points. As to Boislauzon's baseline bottling, it may well be the most magnificent under-$40 Châteauneuf-du-Pape we've tasted since our first visit in June 1987.

93 and 92 points, respectively, from Wine Spectator and Parker. $55 on release. $34.99 today on WineAccess. Absolutely, POSITIVELY, not to be missed by Châteauneuf-du-Pape enthusiasts. This is a magnificent 2010 from two of the very brightest stars of the appellation. read more »

Price: $34.99 You save: $20.01 (36%)

2011 Anderson's Conn Valley Vineyards Eloge Napa Valley

Region: California > Napa
Grape type: Bordeaux Blend

Opaque purple to the edge with chiseled aromas of blackberry preserves, mocha, licorice, and black raspberry, laced with a healthy dose of new-wood cedar. Big, bright, and dense on the attack, packed with crushed black- and red-fruit compote, finishing with textbook Conn Valley backbone, arguing eloquently for a 15-year slumber in a cool cellar.

94 points from Antonio Galloni, Robert Parker's hand-picked protégé — making the 2011 "Eloge" one of the highest rated under-$100 bottles of the year. read more »

Price: $68 You save: $27 (28%)

2011 Susana Balbo BenMarco Expresivo Mendoza

Region: Argentina
Grape type: Bordeaux Blend

The 2011 BenMarco Expresivo is saturated purple to the edge. Still primary on the nose, infused with luscious aromas of blackberry, black cherry, licorice, and mint, lightly touched with new-wood cedar. Dense and silken on the attack, with superb intensity to the broad, sappy, black-fruit flavors. Finishes with firm spine and supple tannins, this magnificent effort from Balbo will benefit from another 5-8 years of bottle age.

Nearly every bottle of the tiny production of the 2011 "Expresivo" was exported, just a couple hundred cases made it stateside. For the first time ever, 50 cases have been earmarked for WineAccess. read more »

Price: $23.99 You save: $14.01 (37%)

2013 Mallory & Benjamin Talmard Mâcon-Uchizy

Region: France > Burgundy > Macon
Grape type: Chardonnay

In July, we returned to Uchizy, hoping to land a much larger allocation of the Talmards' sensational 2013. Benjamin and Mallory couldn't have been more polite — or more resolute. With yields down nearly 30 percent, the couple had too many customers and not enough Mâcon-Uchizy. With appropriate politesse, we were offered 900 bottles. Take it or leave it.

We took it.

$25 on release. Just $16.99 today for a lucky few.
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Price: $26.99 You save: $8.01 (32%)

2013 Domaine du Carrou Sancerre Rose

Region: France > Loire
Grape type: Pinot Noir

When Dominique Roger purchased this impossibly steep slope high above the hamlet of Bué-en-Sancerre, the retired octogenarian winemakers were incredulous. Each morning at 8 a.m., they hiked up the road with baguettes, saucisson, goat cheese, and few bottles of blanc — just to watch the planting of a vineyard that no had one ever dared to plant.

$32 on release. $18.99 today. If you enjoy "serious" rosé, this is a "can't miss."
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Price: $28.99 You save: $13.01 (41%)

2009 Louis Latour Corton Clos du Roi Grand Cru

Region: France > Burgundy > Cote de Beaune
Grape type: Pinot Noir

The Burgundy harvest of 2009 brought back memories of 1989 and 1990 — warm years that gave birth to the juiciest, most concentrated Pinot Noirs of the last thirty years.

Not surprisingly, on the steep, east-facing hillside above Corton Grancey, — in what Louis Fabrice Latour told us was "the most concentrated vintage of my lifetime" — Maison Latour turned out a Grand Cru Corton Clos du Roi for the ages.
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Price: $89 You save: $36 (29%)

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