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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 Chateau Haut Rocher Saint-Emilion

In the midst of the European recession, even in Saint-Émilion, many small châteaux are feeling the heat. As banks tighten credit lines, proprietors are tightening the purse strings, hesitant to throw good money after bad. But when you look at what Jérôme de Monteil has set in motion at Château Haut Rocher in the last few years, you have to figure that he has ice water in his veins.
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2007 Erba Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon

We call it "The Tipping Point." Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignons, unlike Bordeaux, tend to hold on to their primary-fruit opulence for years after release. Then, depending upon the vintage, in 3-8 years, they magically "tip," enhanced by the complexities of secondary aromas and flavors.
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2011 Il Palagio Casino Delle Vie Toscano Rosso

In the late 1990s, bitten by the Tuscan wine bug, Sting and his wife Trudie Styler purchased the 650-acre Il Palagio, set on the cold soils of Figline Valdarno. The driveway that leads from the road to the breathtaking villa is lined with cypress trees. An oversized stone chess board sits on the sun-dappled patio. Life doesn’t get much better.
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93 points – James Suckling, jamessuckling.com
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2012 Bookmark Wines Cabernet Sauvignon Atlas Peak Elkington Vineyard

We first tasted the blockbuster 2012s in the spring of 2013. Black in color, terrifically intense yet refreshing and light on their feet, the 2012 Cabernet Sauvignons spoke eloquently of that one-of-a-kind growing season. By our scorecards, on the high-elevation perches of Howell Mountain, Atlas Peak, Diamond Mountain, and Mt. Veeder — where yields were naturally limited to 2-3 tons per acre — when it came to balance and precision, the 2012s outpointed even the monumental 2007s.
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2011 Hyland Estates Pinot Noir Estate Willamette Valley

After one hour in an open carafe, the 2011 Hyland Estates Pinot Noir is bright ruby to the rim, infused with piercing aromas of crushed red fruit, white pepper, sweet spice, and violets, touched with new-wood cedar. Rich and juicy yet wonderfully light on its feet — true to its Dijon clone roots — the attack features an ethereal mix of raspberry and black cherry preserves, finishing with superb cut and penetration. Drink now for its primary-fruit hedonism, or far, far better, lay this Côte de Beaune look-alike down for 5-7 years.
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91 points – Wine Spectator
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