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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.

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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2012 Chad Pinot Noir Willamette Valley

CHAD Pinot Noir has taken Manhattan by storm, enthralling sommeliers including Wine Enthusiast's #1 Sommelier in America, Michael Madrigale, who features it at Bar Boulud and Boulud Sud.

On his last trip to NYC, Chad's somm buddies prodded him, suggesting he take his Pinot Noir show to Oregon. But Chad pushed back: "You guys love the angularity of Burgundy. I like the flesh of Russian River. When an Oregon vintage replicates Russian River, I'll venture north."
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2012 Trentadue La Storia Merlot Estate Alexander Valley

The 2012 Trentadue La Storia Merlot Reserve is opaque purple-black, infused with voluminous aromas of blackberry, mountain blueberries and violets. Big, rich, and absolutely explosive on the attack, packed with full-throttle, in-your-face black fruit jam, the finish remains round and soft, still with sufficient tannic structure to argue for a 5- to 7-year stay in a cool cellar.
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2013 Nichols Pinot Noir Russian River Valley Sonoma County

In the "extreme" 2013 Russian River Valley growing season, young enologist Brit Nichols finally rolled the dice, turning out eight barrels of extravagantly concentrated, high-toned Pinot Noir. But with top-caliber 2013 Russian River clusters fetching $6,000/ton — and "The Rule of Two Zeros" suggesting a $60/bottle release price — Nichols took one look at her October calendar, another at her 9-month-old son … and placed a call to WineAccess.
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