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2010 Bookmark Wines Cabernet Sauvignon Atlas Peak Elkington Vineyard

Region: California > Napa > Atlas Peak
Grape type: Cabernet Sauvignon

Milos has authored three 94-to-96-point mountain Cabernet Sauvignons in the last few years, none more extravagant than this one. The 2010 Bookmark Atlas Peak Cabernet Sauvignon Elkington Vineyard is a powerhouse. Saturated purple to the rim, infused with plush aromas of blackberries, black raspberry, violets, and crème de cassis, tinged with new-wood cedar. Rich, voluminous, and bombastic on the attack, packed with crushed-black-fruit preserves, the finish is textbook 2010 — at once sturdy and sumptuous, braced by dusty tannin backbone. Drink now for its primary-fruit hedonism or lay down until sometime in the early 2020s. read more »

Price: $28.99 You save: $46.01 (61%)

2012 Catena Tikal Natural Malbec Mendoza

Region: Argentina
Grape type: Malbec

The 2012 Catena Tikal "Natural" may well be the finest ever to come out of this world-class estate. Deep purple/black to the rim, infused with luscious aromas of crushed black fruits, violets, and mountain blueberries, tinged with cedar. Like all of Ernesto Catena's top Malbecs, this one is big and bold, packed with Napa-like blackberry intensity, splashed with crème de cassis and finishing with the sleek mountain tannins that so typify the great Catena Malbecs.

91 points from Robert Parker's Wine Advocate. read more »

Price: $15.99 You save: $12.01 (43%)

2007 Three Saints Happy Canyon of Santa Barbara Sixty-Seven Proprietary Red

Region: California > Central Coast > Santa Barbara
Grape type: Red Blend

The 2007 Dierberg "Three Saints" Proprietary Red is FAR and AWAY the most incredible Cabernet Sauvignon bargain EVER offered on WineAccess. Rich, dense, chewy, and almost briery in texture, the attack features a plush blend of blackberry and black raspberry preserves, all the fabulous 2007 opulence buttressed by refined, dusty-tannin backbone.

Held back by the winery for four years after bottling to allow tannins to soften. Offered ONLY on WineAccess for a price that's too low to put in print. Shipping included on 6. read more »

Price: $17.99

NV Xavier Vignon Chateauneuf du Pape la Reserve VII IX X (in magnum)

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

A new non-vintage wine that's made from a blend of the top barrels of the Cuvee Anonyme from 2007 (43%), 2009 (21%) and 2010 (36%), the 2012 Chateauneuf du Pape La Reserve VII IX X is an hedonistic and decadent release that dishes out massive amounts of black raspberry, raspberry, spice cake, licorice and crushed flower like nuances on the nose. Gorgeously full-bodied and textured on the palate, yet with remarkable freshness and purity, this layered, incredible wine should last for 15+ years. Drink now-2028. read more »

Price: $120 You save: $80 (40%)

2012 Rockledge Vineyards Pinot Noir Terres Blanches Russian River Valley

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

How to explain the 2012 Rockledge Pinot Noir "Terres Blanches" — drawn entirely off one of the most precious plantings in Russian River and released at $42/bottle — being offered today at just $16.99? Easy. Neither Napa Valley nor Russian River had ever seen back-to-back harvests of such size and quality as 2012 and 2013. Rockledge, like a number of other top Russian River producers (stay tuned), found itself with superb wine, but quite literally no place to put it.

$42 on release. $16.99 for a short while this morning. 200 cases. Sorry in advance. read more »

Price: $16.99 You save: $28.01 (62%)

2007 Xavier Vignon Chateauneuf-du-Pape Cuvee Anonyme

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

When the 2007 "Anonyme" was first shipped to WineAccess, there were just over 1.34 dollars to the euro. But since then, the dollar has surged, picking up nearly 6% on its European rival. The euro price paid for the 2007 "Anonyme" hasn't changed, but the dollar equivalent has. As always, those savings land in our membership's pockets!

The 2012 WineAccess Wine of the Year was released at $75/bottle, before climbing to $90 on the heels of the Parker review. The last of our 2009 allocation just hit port. Just $42.29 this morning, thanks to the rebounding greenback. read more »

Price: $42.29 You save: $47.71 (53%)

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