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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 Joseph Phelps Pinot Noir Freestone Vineyards Sonoma Coast

On the wind-blown slopes of the Sonoma Coast, barely a drop of rain fell from mid-June to September 2012. Mature Pinot Noir vineyards shrugged off the hydric stress. Sugars climbed effortlessly as natural acidity remained firm.
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93 points – Vinous/Antonio Galloni
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2014 Hamilton Russell Vineyards Chardonnay Hemel-en-Aarde Valley

If you're going to lay down one case of under-$30 New World Chardonnay this spring, THIS ONE IS IT.

Assuming a Chardonnay palate preference that leans towards the rich but mineral, few New World examples hold a candle to white Burgundy.
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92 points – Wine Spectator
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2012 Moccagatta Barbaresco Bric Balin

We've been tasting and collecting Moccagatta Barbarescos for almost 15 years. But as much as we thought we fully understood the exquisite wild-berry beauty of Moccagatta's top cru, one's appreciation of Bric Balin reaches new heights while dining at Per Se at 10 Columbus Circle.
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93 points – Vinous/Antonio Galloni
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NV Diebolt-Vallois Cuvee Tradition Brut

In 1983, we knocked on the cellar door at #84 Rue Neuve in Cramant. After spending three hours 50 feet underground, Jacques Diebolt led us to the back corner of the cellar where he disgorged a bottle of 1953 Champagne that his grandfather had made. That wine — like a slightly effervescent 1er Cru Meursault — shaped our understanding of the Côte des Blancs.
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91 points – Vinous/Stephen Tanzer (IWC)
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2009 Martinelli Vineyards Syrah Zio Tony Ranch Russian River Valley

When Giuseppe and Louisa Martinelli eloped in the early 1880s, they traveled from Tuscany to Northern California. Two years later, they'd scraped together enough money to plant a 60-degree, southeast-facing slope. Over 100 years later, the vineyard the Martinellis planted, which became known as Jackass Hill Vineyard, remains the steepest non-terraced planting in Sonoma County.
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94 points – Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate
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2013 La Storia Petite Sirah Estate Alexander Valley

When French botanist François Durif first discovered the hybrid grape that's come to be known as "Petite Sirah" in the late 1800s, growers were excited to find a Syrah look-alike that was resistant to mildew. Soon enough, a few of those cuttings found their way onto steamships crossing the Atlantic — before making a beeline to the Sonoma Valley.
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2009 Podere il Palazzino Chianti Classico Grosso Sanese

If your predilection for Tuscan reds leans toward the modernistic blends of Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot, this one may not be for you. But if your Vanguard account is flush and your cellar is packed with Grand Cru Burgundies from Méo, Roumier, and Mongeard-Mugneret, this morning you’re in for one of the most alluring 94-point bargains of the year.
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94 points – Vinous/Antonio Galloni
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