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2009 Xavier Vignon Chateauneuf-du-Pape Cuvee Anonyme

RP 96 points

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

Robert Parker mimicked our enthusiasm, describing "copious notes of licorice, garrigue, underbrush, blackberries, black currants, and graphite are present in this full-bodied, modern-styled, fragrant, distinctive Châteauneuf. This terrific, voluptuous 2009 should drink well young and last for 15-20 years."

Parker's rating was one of the highest of the vintage, placing Vignon's "Anonyme" just a point behind Vieille Julienne Reserve ($250/bottle), two behind Château Rayas ($175), and Pegau ($125).

96 points from Parker. $75/bottle on release before climbing to $90 on the secondary market. Shipping included on 4. read more »

Price: $42.75 You save: $47.25 (53%)

2010 Ettore Germano Barolo Sampler

RP 94 points
RP 93 points

Region: Italy > Piedmont
Grape type: Nebbiolo

Critically speaking, Sergio knocked it out of the park. Rarely have the three most influential high brow publications -- Parker's Wine Advocate, Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar, and Antonio Galloni's VinousMedia -- struck such a common chord, flooding Germano's small tasting room with six rave reviews. The critics' descriptions of the somewhat darker, more plush 2010 Barolo Cerretta and the higher-toned, more Burgundian Prapo are well worth a glance.

Just 600 bottles of each cru remain in the cool, dark cellars in Serralunga, half of which have been earmarked for WineAccess. Offered in a 4-pack sampler comprised of two bottles of each cru. BEST price in America. Shipping included on shipments of 4 bottles or more. read more »

4-Pack: $185 You save: $105 (38%)

2010 Attilio Ghisolfi Barolo Bussia

WS 93 points

Region: Italy > Piedmont
Grape type: Nebbiolo

The 2010 Ghisolfi Barolo Bussia is vivid ruby. Magnificent aromatically, infused with an intoxicating mix of dark cherry, raspberry, Asian spice, and tobacco. Broad and pliant on the attack, silken in texture, the core features a complex blend of crushed-red-fruit preserves, underbrush, and sweet spice, finishing with the sumptuous tannin backbone that so distinguishes the greatest 2010s.

93 points from Wine Spectator. $65/bottle on release. Just $34 today, courtesy of one of the few importers who has been willing to quote prices in euros — thus passing on the FX savings of the last eight months to the WineAccess membership! Shipping included on 4. NOT TO BE MISSED!! read more »

Price: $34 You save: $31 (48%)

2012 Edict Wines Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley

Region: California > Napa
Grape type: Cabernet Sauvignon

When we visited Napa Valley in July 2012, growers up and down the Silverado Trail were beaming ear to ear. The Cabernet Sauvignon crop was magnificent, both qualitatively and quantitatively. The summer had been warm and exceedingly dry, but without the torrid heat spikes that mar so many growing seasons. If the weather held out, particularly in the late-harvested mountain AVAs, the very first release of Charles Bartlett’s Edict Cabernet Sauvignon would be drawn from one of the most extraordinary vintages in valley history. read more »

Price: $40.99 You save: $24.01 (37%)