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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.

2013 Talley Vineyards Pinot Noir Estate Arroyo Grande Valley

Talley Vineyards' Pinot Noirs have earned seven 95- to 98-point reviews from The Wine Advocate since 2007, going toe to toe with the rest of Parker's Gang of Five.

The salient difference, then, between Brian Talley's Pinots and those of Steve Kistler, Peter Michael, Luc Morlet, and Kosta Browne?
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2010 Silvio Grasso Barolo Turne

We've been collecting Barolos since the release of the superb 1971 vintage. But in nearly four decades we've never encountered a vintage quite like 2010. The critics saw it just as we did.
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94 points – Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate
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2012 Pegasus Bay Pinot Noir Waipara Valley

96 points from former Wine Spectator bureau chief James Suckling. $45 on release. Just $34.99 ONLY on WineAccess — as if discounting even matters this morning. Shipping included on 4.
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96 points – James Suckling, jamessuckling.com
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2013 Louis Latour Beaune Blanc

As prices for Premier and Grand Cru white Burgundy continue to soar, bargain-hunting on the Côte de Beaune has become something of an oxymoron. Except on days like today.

While Jean-François Coche crafts the most sought-after Corton-Charlemagne ($2,000/bottle on release!), Louis-Fabrice Latour is the largest landholder in the appellation, with a massive 25-hectare limestone parcel perched high on the hillside.
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2013 Chad Pinot Noir Anderson Valley

On July 10th, 2014, we flew out of JFK for SFO, having arranged 27 cellar visits from Russian River to Anderson Valley. Why so many? We'd been told by every reliable source that the dry, mild 2013 vintage had given birth to some of the most "extreme" Pinot Noirs in 20 years. For many, 2013 was the vintage of a lifetime.
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Fattoria Ambra Carmignano 6-Bottle Collection

Few American importers of the last three decades have been more brash and opinionated than Marco de Grazia. In 1980, Marco began putting together what would become the most critically acclaimed Italian wine portfolio in America.
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92 points – Vinous/Antonio Galloni
91 points – Vinous/Antonio Galloni




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2014 Domaine Talmard Macon Uchizy

When we knocked on the familiar cellar door in Uchizy, we couldn't help but think back to the half-dozen afternoons we spent tasting chiseled Chardonnay with the inimitable Paul Talmard.

We purchased Paul's white Burgundy by the case in almost every vintage, drinking a few bottles on release before laying the rest down for up to a decade — when the bitter honey and beeswax come to the forefront.
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2010 Clos Fourtet Saint-Emilion Premier Cru Grand Classé

In his vintage report entitled "Un Train (2009) Peut En Cacher Un Autre (2010) (One Train Can Hide Another)," in describing the back-to-back 2009 and 2010 vintages, Robert Parker wrote: "While Bob Dylan may have been talking about his own country when he wrote the song With God On Our Side, it sure looks as if fate has smiled on Bordeaux in an extraordinary way..."
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98 points – Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate
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