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2012 Chehalem Pinot Noir

Region: Oregon > Willamette Valley
Grape type: Pinot Noir

If you buy just one under-$30 Oregon Pinot Noir from what many are calling Willamette Valley's "first 100-point vintage," this is it.

Rich, juicy, and bold on the attack, Chehalem's 2012 "Three Vineyard" shows off the kind of broadness and density rarely seen in Oregon Pinot Noir. The core is massively concentrated, packed with a sexy mix of crushed red fruit and wild-strawberry preserves, all the natural opulence of this historic vintage buttressed by excellent, high-toned backbone.

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Price: $25.99 You save: $10.01 (28%)

2004 Delamotte Blanc de Blancs

Region: France > Champagne
Grape type: Chardonnay

The handful of estates producing "recently disgorged" Champagnes ask a king's ransom for these exquisite sparklers, with Madame Bollinger's 1973, 1990, and 1996 fetching $300-$750/bottle on the auction market. Salon, the region's most sought-after Champagne, will set you back three hundred bucks per bottle!

Michel Fauconnet, chef de cave at Salon, disgorged a small lot of the 2004 Delamotte Blanc de Blancs several months ago for WineAccess, bringing new life to this magnificent, limestone-infused Champagne.
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Price: $79 You save: $31 (28%)

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%)

2012 Three Wine Company Old Vines Field Blend Contra Costa County

Region: California > Central Coast
Grape type: Red Blend

The 2012 Three Old Vines Field Blend is a luscious blend of 100-year-old-vine Zinfandel, Mataro, Carignan, Alicante, Petit Syrah, and Malvasia Nero. Brilliant purple/black to the edge with intoxicating primary-fruit aromas of blackberry, mountain blueberry, violets, and graphite. Rich and luscious on the attack, silken in texture, the core bursts with black-fruit intensity — at once plush, round, and suave — finishing with the excellent low-pH vibrancy so typical of these ancient-vine plantings. Drink now for the sheer hedonism of the 2012 vintage, or do as we're doing and lay this under-$15 red down for 5-7 years. You'll be doing yourself a favor. read more »

Price: $14.99 You save: $5.01 (25%)

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