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2012 Stoller Family Estate Pinot Noir Estate Dundee Hills

Region: Oregon > Willamette Valley
Grape type: Pinot Noir

The magnificent 2012 Stoller Family Estate Pinot Noir "Dundee Hills" is glistening, dark ruby to the rim, infused with a luscious mix of black raspberry, black cherry, sweet spice, and underbrush. Rich, powerfully structured, and extravagantly concentrated on the attack — speaking volumes to the small yields and drought conditions of 2012 — the core is packed with crushed-red-fruit preserves, lightly laced with new-French-cooperage cedar. Gorgeous now, right out of the gate, for its primary-fruit opulence, but like all the great Stoller Pinot Noirs of the last 15 years, don't be afraid to lay this magnificent 2012 down for 8-10 years. Handsome dividends will be paid to the patient.
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Price: $24.99 You save: $9.01 (27%)

2010 Three Wine Company Petite Sirah Contra Costa County

Region: California
Grape type: Petite Sirah

After three years in bottle, what may well be the most luscious under-$15 California red ever offered on WineAccess is just hitting full stride. Jet-black to the rim with flashy aromas of blueberry and blackberry compote, tinged with violets and sweet herbs. Massive on the attack, packed with crushed-black-fruit preserves, blackberry, and boysenberry, still juicy and fresh, with the fine, chiseled finish so typical of this superb cool-vintage harvest. Drink now-2018.

$22/bottle on release. As good as it gets at $14.99 ONLY on WineAccess. 1,440 bottles. read more »

Price: $14.99 You save: $7.01 (32%)

2012 Sullivan Vineyards Rutherford Estate Goose Block Cabernet Sauvignon

Region: California > Napa
Grape type: Cabernet Sauvignon

When Scott McLeod first walked the Sullivans' 26-acre property in the spring of 2012, it must have felt like Rubicon déjà vu. Surrounded by the likes of not only Rubicon, but also Cakebread, Grgich Hills, Caymus, and Round Pond, the site's world-class potential was clear. After trekking the rows one long afternoon, McLeod became particularly intrigued by a single block on the eastern edge of the property next to a pond where Canadian geese like to congregate. Due to its deeper, more clayey soils, McLeod asked the Sullivans if he could craft a single-vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon off the plot. Given Scott's résumé, the Sullivans never thought twice. read more »

Price: $49.99 You save: $50.01 (50%)

NV Champagne Mansard Gilles Extra-Brut Reserve Dosage Trois

Region: France > Champagne

Drawn from a barrel-fermented blend of 65% Pinot Meunier, 10% Pinot Noir and 25% Chardonnay. The Meunier provides wonderful floral tones and suppleness. The splash of Pinot Noir offers red-fruit juiciness and structural muscle. But it's the piercing vibrancy of Chardonnay that most accounts for the aromatic fireworks. read more »

Price: $29.99 You save: $28.01 (48%)

2011 Domaine Barmes-Buecher Gewürztraminer Rosenberg

Region: France > Alsace
Grape type: Gewurztraminer

The 2011 Barmès-Buecher Gewürztraminer "Rosenberg" is brilliant golden to the rim. Intoxicating bouquet of lychee, mango, and crème brûlée, complicated by high-toned minerality. Wildly rich, dense, and concentrated on the attack, filled with a luscious mix of passion fruit, apricot, nectarine, and vanilla. While natural sugars are extreme (92 g/l), the finished pH is a riveting 3.1 (!!!). This is a monumental effort from François Barmès in the vines and his son Maxime in the cellar.

93+ points from Stephen Tanzer, his highest rating for any under-$25 white in the last five years. $45 on release. $23.99 — DIRECT from the cellar in Wettolsheim — on this WineAccess exclusive. Shipping included on 6.
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Price: $23.99 You save: $21.01 (47%)

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