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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.

2012 Maison L'Envoye Two Messengers Pinot Noir Willamette Valley

By all accounts, sales of the 2012 Oregon Pinot Noirs are unprecedented. The top single-vineyard wines from the Willamette Valley's most revered cellars are wildly over-solicited. If you aren't already on the mailing lists of Bergström, Beaux Frères, Penner-Ash, and Cristom, you're already out of luck!
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92 points – Wine Spectator
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2010 Castello di Ama Chianti Classico San Lorenzo Gran Selezione

In the mid-1990s, a band of Tuscan pioneers, tired of being upstaged by Montalcino, wrote a two-part blueprint designed to match the richness and density of Brunello while retaining the chiseled structure of the cool soils of Chianti Classico. In recent months, that blueprint has paid monster dividends as the new "Super-Riserva" class of Gran Selezione wines was released to much fanfare across the globe.
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95 points – Wine Spectator
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2012 Rockledge Vineyards Pinot Noir Terres Blanches Russian River Valley

It's one of the most prized plantings on the coast. A stone's throw from the sleepy towns of Guerneville and Windsor and stands of towering redwoods, highly stressed, deep-rooted Pinot Noir vineyards barely eke out 2 tons per acre of juicy, small-berry clusters.
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2007 Xavier Vignon Chateauneuf-du-Pape Cuvee Anonyme

In October 2012, Robert Parker published a shocking 96-point review that sent collectors and importers scrambling across the globe. The subject was a voluptuous, tiny-production, 100+ year-old-vine Châteauneuf-du-Pape from 2007, which Parker called "the greatest vintage I have tasted in my thirty years working in" the southern Rhône.
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96 points – Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate
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2009 Attilio Ghisolfi Barolo Bussia

Northern Europe sweltered through a torridly hot summer in 2009. Now, after a few years in bottle, as we step back and look at the full-throttle reds of the continent's three greatest wine trails — Bordeaux, Burgundy, and Piedmont — there's a common thread that ties together all of the top wines of the vintage.
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94 points – Wine Spectator
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2011 Ottimino Vineyards Zinfandel Biglieri Vineyard Dry Creek Valley

Biglieri was a Zinfandel legend in Sonoma County. The old Italian grape grower had farmed a 5-acre parcel of old-vine Zinfandel like a garden for decades. Finally, in August 2005, Knuttel got wind of a rumor that Biglieri's long-term winery client was backing out of a contract. Bill hopped in his truck and sped down the 101.
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2012 Chehalem Pinot Noir Estate Three Vineyard Willamette Valley

In July, we again attended Oregon's IPNC, the Willamette Valley's annual Pinot Noir bash. Over dinner with a dozen winemakers the night before the opening ceremonies, the mood wasn't so much buoyant as downright jubilant. Demand for the 2012s was already so high that the top names told us, "We're sold-out BEFORE release!"
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