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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 Suduiraut Sauternes (half bottle)

The secret ingredient of great Sauternes is the "noble rot" brought on byBotrytis cinerea, a beneficent fungus that increases glycerol and concentrates sugars and acids by the dehydration and shriveling of grapes. The 2009 growing season provided a near perfect recipe for Montégut at Suduiraut.
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98 points – Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate
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2014 Giovanni Almondo Arneis Bricco delle Ciliegie Roero

Almondo believes this new release of the 2014 Arneis Bricco delle Ciliegie to be his finest effort of the new millennium. He’ll get no argument from us! Brilliant pale-green. Vibrant and zesty aromatically, featuring a mouthwatering mix of ripe citrus, tropical fruit, and orchard fruits. High-toned and juicy on the attack with great mouthfeel, filled with ripe lemon-lime, apricot, and a pinch of anise, finishing with terrific crispness and persistence. Drink now-2022.
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2014 Benito Santos Albarino Igrexano de Saiar Rias Baixas

His name is Aldo Sohm. He's the wine director at Maguy Le Coze's gastronomic palace, Le Bernardin, on West 51st Street. You may have seen Aldo on the "Today" show or the CBS "Early Show," or heard him on Martha Stewart Radio's "Winesday." To say the least, when it comes to food and wine pairings, when Sohm speaks, gastronomes listen.

Occasionally, Sohm can't help but toss in an eclectic curveball. Such was the case last week on 51st Street...
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2012 Meadowcroft Cabernet Sauvignon Sonoma County

The 2012 Meadowcroft is not only one of the more remarkable Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignons of the year, but sporting today's $19.99 price tag, it's also one of the most compelling under-$20 Cabernets since the crisis years.

What made the 2012 vintage so extraordinary in Alexander Valley? "This was one of the driest growing seasons on record..."
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2013 Fabre Montmayou Malbec Reserva Mendoza

Nearly a year after publishing his rave 92-point review, Suckling re-tasted this deep, dark, perfectly elegant Malbec, drawn from high-elevation plantings in the heart of Luján de Cuyo. Suckling’s adjectives were much the same, but unfortunately for the WineAccess membership, the score changed. Suckling UPGRADED the 2013 Fabre Montmayou Malbec Reserva from a lofty 92 points to an unheard-of 93. Twenty importers filled the Fabre Montmayou inbox with purchase orders.
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93 points – James Suckling, jamessuckling.com
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2014 Domaine Vincent Ricard Potine Sauvignon Blanc Touraine

A disciple of the ingenious Didier Dagueneau, Vincent's whites grace 32 Michelin-starred wine lists. With the new release of the exquisite “La Potine” — from a 2014 vintage that Ricard considers to be one of the finest of the new millennium — it’s not too difficult to understand why.
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2012 Chateau Pape Clement Pessac-Leognan

It's almost incomprehensible. Prices for highly rated 2012 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignons continue to skyrocket, as if there's no ceiling. The most sought-after bottles from Harlan Estate, Screaming Eagle, and Colgin will now set you back $500-$3,000.
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97 points – Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate




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2014 Richmond Plains Sauvignon Blanc

Over the last five years, as the Kiwi dollar's dominance over the USD artificially inflated the price of New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc, many of the most critically acclaimed wineries in the South Pacific were caught in the crossfire, and were obliged to drop out of the American market.
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2013 Nichols Cabernet Sauvignon Stags Leap District Napa Valley

Forty years ago, English wine merchant Steven Spurrier organized what appeared to be a one-sided blind tasting in Paris, pitting a handful of upstart California Cabernet Sauvignons against Bordeaux First Growths. When the votes were tallied, the French cried foul (even though almost all the judges WERE French!), as Warren Winiarski's Stag's Leap outpointed Mouton-Rothschild and Haut-Brion.
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2012 Chateau La Vieille Cure Fronsac

In The Wine Advocate’s new listing of the top 20 wines of the year, all but one (Château Palmer) are located in appellations where earlier-ripening varieties were harvested well before the late-season storms. Parker was particularly impressed with the extraordinary concentration and richness of the top châteaux of the Right Bank, emphasizing that the low yields of 2012s often pushed alcohol levels over 14%, even as the wines retained excellent acidity and ripe tannin structure.
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91 points – Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate




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2013 Louis Latour Montagny "La Chanfleure"

Two years ago, with the dollar still mired in a multi-year slump against the euro, vintage Bordeaux was all but off-limits to savvy American collectors. The same was true for Chardonnay bargain-hunters seeking out excellent, inexpensive white Burgundy.
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2010 Circadia Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley

Rob McDonald sold his boutique wine import company, Old Bridge Cellars, in 2003, determined to try making wine in lieu of simply selling it. It would take nearly seven years for Rob to land the grape contract he was looking for — 10-12 tons of Cabernet Sauvignon drawn off just 4 acres where Conn Creek flows off Howell Mountain.
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2014 Trousse-Chemise Pinot Noir Willamette Valley

After finishing at the top of her class and earning an enology degree under Professor Denis Dubourdieu at l'Université de Bordeaux, the brilliant Anne Sery Martindale moved to Oregon, resolved to craft Pinot Noirs in the style of her father's favorite Burgundies, made by the likes of Christophe Roumier, Denis Mortet, and Ghislaine Barthod.
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