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Every week, we choose a few wines from the hundreds we find on the wine trails of the world. Below, you'll find some that made the final cut – wines that are available for purchase now. Allotments of these wines are limited, so if you want something, don't procrastinate.

2009 Chateau Lynch Bages Pauillac

When Professor Denis Dubourdieu took the stage, the room fell silent. The famous enology professor at the University of Bordeaux went on to describe conditions that would make for a perfect harvest in Bordeaux. He concluded by saying that the growing season of 2009 satisfied every condition!
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98 points – Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate
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2013 Capablanca Pinot Noir Sta. Rita Hills

The 2013 harvest was nothing short of miraculous on the Santa Barbara coast. Exceedingly dry and warm but without any significant heat spikes, the growing season gave birth to a magnificent crop of thick-skinned, terrifically juicy Pinot Noir. Color was "vivid purple," concentration "extreme." Acids remained "firm."
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2013 Trousse-Chemise Pinot Noir Willamette Valley

With the release of this stunning 2013, the Willamette Valley’s brightest young star has upped the ante. To a great extent, the 2013 vintage in Oregon is a story of “before and after.” Much like 2012, the summer was warm and sunny, accelerating the maturation cycle. Those who harvested prior to the rain that started September 22nd, like Trousse-Chemise — more than 4 inches fell over a 13-day stretch! — turned out ultra-concentrated Pinot Noirs that resemble the luscious 2012s. Others who were obliged to or who opted to wait out the storms suffered the consequences.
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2011 Casarena Single Vineyard Malbec Collection

In a 162-word review that ranks among the the publication's most colorful, Wine Advocate wrote:

"It is not a wine that talks, you need to pull it out of the glass. It is vertical, mineral serious, harmonious. A classical beauty with freshness, acidity and minerality ... a superb terroir wine that transcends the variety. At this quality level, this is a real bargain."
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94 points – Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate
92+ points – Vinous/Stephen Tanzer (IWC)
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2010 Palazzo Brunello di Montalcino

One of the most striking 2010s of the day came off one of the tiniest holdings in the appellation. The 2010 Palazzo Brunello di Montalcino was drawn off just 10 acres perched at 1,000 feet in elevation in the warmer, southeastern quadrant of Montalcino. Soils are unusually rocky, so vineyard work is largely done by hand. Cellar protocol is traditional. The 2010 Brunello spent 30 months in cement vats before being treated to an additional 12 months in medium-toast French barrels.
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98 points – James Suckling, jamessuckling.com
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