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  1. 2018 DuMoL Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley

    The Crème de La Crème • #7 Among The Top 100 "Cellar Selections"

    One taste of the 2018 DuMOL Cabernet Sauvignon and you'll understand why it was awarded lucky #7 among the "Cellar Selections." The "Cellar Selection" is no ordinary top 100 list.  Rather, it is c...
  2. 2017 Aurelio Settimo, Barolo Rocche dell'Annunziata

    Only 100 Cases Imported • This One Will Go Fast!

    Last year, the 2016 Aurelio Settimo Barolo Rocche dell'Annunziata handily took our #1 Wine Of The Year. We just tasted the 2017. Settimo's Rocche dell'Annunziata, a site-specific Barolo, delivers ano...
  3. 2018 Produttori del Barbaresco, Barbaresco

    At this price, Produttori can be both your Wednesday night sipper or Saturday special.

    Why is Produttori del Barbaresco on everyone's radar with each release? Because, there is no better Barbaresco value than Produttori del Barbaresco! And, in 2018, you get a kicker, a Super Barbare...
  4. 2020 Big Table Farm, Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley

    In A Word, Succulent!

    It took three years, but our favorite Oregon Pinot Noir is BACK!!! Few, if any, producers make a better Willamette Valley Pinot than BTF. From Eric Asimov of The New York Times to Wine Spectator...
  5. 2020 Tenuta San Guido, Guidalberto, Tuscany

    From The Producers Of The Legendary Sassicaia

    In 1968, Tenuta San Guido made the first Super Tuscan known famously as Sassicaia.  Among the top five Tuscan titans, Sassicaia is a Bordeaux blend from the prized Bolgheri sub-region.  At $250 per...
  6. 2020 Christian Moreau, Chablis, Burgundy

    Few If Any Make A Better Village Chablis!

    Stock up now.  The supply of white Burgundies is about to get tight - very tight!  2021 experienced significant hail -- disastrous is the adjective often used by growers.  Yields are historically...
  7. 2019 Almaviva, "Puente Alto" Baron Philippe de Rothschild, Chile

    Former "Wine Of The Decade," a.k.a. "The Opus One of Chile"

    The accolades for Almaviva are endless.  The demand for this wine is significantly outpacing supply.  Rightly so, the quality is priceless! Two vintages ago, James Suckling awarded Almaviva "Wine ...
  8. 2018 Goldschmidt Vineyard, "Game Ranch Vineyard" Cabernet Sauvignon, Oakville

    2018: The Most Sought After Goldschmidt Release From THE Vintage To Own!

    You are going to want to stock up on this particular Goldschmidt release! Harsh winters didn't impact quality but did produce smaller yields for the stunning 2018; the same for 2019. And, fires plagu...
  9. Opus One, "Overture" Napa Valley

    Limited Is An Understatement!

    Twice in sixteen years.   That's how many times we've been able to get our hands on Opus One's "Overture."  To say the wine is limited is an understatement! Co-owned by Baron Philippe de Rothsch...
  10. 2016 Renieri, Brunello di Montalcino

    Former #2 Wine of The Year • Another Renieri Blockbuster Release Is Among The Last Of The Great 2016's

    It is no secret - 2017 Tuscany was challenging for all but the most skilled producers.  Sure, there are some standouts in that vintage; but as a whole, production will be down and many producers did ...
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