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2020 Haut-Brion, Pessac-Léognan (1.5L) (Previously $1325) (Previously $1325)
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100 points Jeb Dunnuck: "I finished my trip through Bordeaux with the 2020 Château Haut-Brion, and it was certainly a fitting cap to the trip. Revealing a deep ruby/plum hue, the 2020 exhibits extraordinary aromatics of ripe black fruits, scorched earth, cold fireplace, and acacia flowers. An absolute blockbuster on the palate, this structured, full-bodied, massively concentrated Pessac builds incrementally, with ultra-fine tannins, a deep, layered mid-palate, and a great, great finish. Richer and more concentrated than both the 2018 and 2019 (there are ...
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100 points Jeb Dunnuck: "The 2020 Ermitage Le Pavillon is pure gold, and Hermitage doesn't get any better. Incredible aromatics of cassis, graphite, burning embers, and crushed stone all emerge from this beauty. Stunningly proportioned and incredibly pure, it's full-bodied, concentrated, and powerful, but as with all great vintages of this cuvée, it's going to demand bottle age. While Les Greffieux and Le Méal bring much more opulence, this is the powerhouse, long-distance candidate in the lineup. It's an incredible effort. Give bottles upwards of a deca...
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2021 Domaine Hudelot-Noëllat Vougeot 1er Cru "Les Petits Vougeot" (Previously $260) (Previously $260)
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90-93 points Burghound: "Cool, pure and airy aromas of spicy dark pinot fruit are laced with hints of clove, anise and lavender. The detailed and utterly delicious middleweight flavors also exude a subtle minerality on the lightly austere, balanced and sneaky long finale. This is lovely and also quite understated in style. *Burghound Outstanding Top Value!*" (01/2023) 93 points Decanter: "This wine represents another level of concentration and depth in the Hudelot-Noëllat stable, with lovely black cherry fruit and plenty of earthy nuance. The grapes ar...
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96 points James Suckling: "Aromas of blackcurrants and blueberries. Lots of stones, too. Full-bodied and chewy with plenty of crushed cement. Chewy finish. Medium at the end. " (03/2023) 93-95 points Wine Enthusiast: "Barrel Sample. This year, the second wine of Haut-Brion brings out much of the initial austerity of its senior sibling. It has tannins and fruits that are centered around the wine's structure. Expect this wine to age well. (RV)" 94 points Jeb Dunnuck: "Leading off the reds, the 2020 Le Clarence De Haut-Brion is a darker, more structured ...
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97 points Jeb Dunnuck: "The 2020 Enclos Tourmaline comes from a 1-hectare parcel previously owned by Château La Patache before being purchased by Hong Kong-based financier Peter Kwok in 2012. This parcel is located directly across from Château Clinet and is 100% Merlot planted in classic Pomerol clay soils. It's an insanely good 2020, revealing a deep ruby/purple hue as well as notes of black raspberries, cassis, toasted spices, iron, and flowery incense. Deep, full-bodied, plush, and wonderfully textured, with ripe tannins, this blockbuster beauty bring...
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93 points Burghound: "This displays a similar kaleidoscopic nose to that of the Suchots but with even more spice and hard as it is to believe, even more refinement and the aromas just ooze class. The ultra pure, sweet, precise and beautifully detailed flavors maintain their focus from start to the dazzlingly long and palate staining linear finish that also displays a subtle herbal component." (01/2007) 93 points Int'l Wine Cellar: " Good medium red. Darker fruits on the nose than the Suchots, with a component of smoked meat; less spicy and less express...
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95 points Decanter: "Dark chocolate and plum, with plentiful cola and clove oak. The tannins are still quite brusque, but this is still ageing. A touch pinched from the oak on the finish. If the tannins are smoothed out, this will make for an elegant wine with spicy complexity when fully mature. Grown on sandy soils of lieux-dits La Guigasse and Pignan sud; matured mostly in demi-muid and some clay amphora. 3,400 bottles produced. (MW)" (09/2022) 95 points Vinous: "The 2021 Châteauneuf-du-Pape La Réserve turned out magnificently and is one of the highl...
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92-94 points Vinous: "The one-hectare parcel constituting the 2021 Chablis Valmur Grand Cru yielded five barrels this year. This also has a heavy reduction; it’s quite yeasty at the moment. The palate is well-balanced with a marine-influenced entry, flecks of white chocolate complementing the citrus fruit with a longer finish than the Blanchot. A captivating sour lemon finish is mixed with orange rind on the aftertaste, completing an excellent Chablis that will age over many years. (NM)" (06/2023) 92 points Wine Spectator: "This white is rich, with con...
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2020 Hospices de Beaune (Coche Dury) Corton Grand Cru "Docteur Peste" (Previously $2000) (Previously $2000)
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Hospices de Civiles de Beaune is a former charitable almshouse founded in 1443 in the town of Beaune. It is now a modern hospital, with the original buildings serving as a museum. Since 1859, a charity wine auction has raised funds for the hospital with the wines produced being released under the Hospice's umbrella label.
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2021 Domaine Coquard-Loison-Fleurot Clos Vougeot Grand Cru (Previously $350) (Previously $350)
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93-95 points Jasper Morris: "5% whole bunch vinification with half aged in new wood. Glowing fresh purple. Quite heady on the nose, ripe fruit. Very solid, more a blood red fruit than anything darker, fills the mouth very well. Long balanced finish, there is plenty here for the long run. " (11/2022) 91-93 points Vinous: "The 2021 Clos de Vougeot Grand Cru had more fruité than other vintages according to Thomas Collardot. It has a pretty, well-defined nose with ample dark cherry and blackcurrant scents. Fine focus. The palate is medium-bodied with grain...
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95 points John Gilman: "The 2021 Clos Vougeot from Domaine Hudelot-Noëllat is a simply outstanding young wine. The bouquet is very elegant and pure, offering up scents of red and black cherries, plums, dark chocolate, gamebird, a complex base of soil, a nice framing of vanillin oak and plenty of upper register smokiness. On the palate the wine is deep, complex, refined and full-bodied, with a sappy core of fruit, excellent soil inflection and grip, ripe, fine-grained tannins and a long, balanced and soil-driven finish. This is a gorgeous young Clos ...
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97 points John Gilman: "The 2021 Romanée-St.-Vivant from Monsieur van Canneyt is simply stunning. The wine delivers a perfumed aromatic constellation of red and black raspberries, a touch of red plum, Vosne spices, a gorgeous base of soil, duck, woodsmoke and cedary oak. On the palate the wine is precise, full-bodied and reserved in personality today (this and the Richebourg were racked one week prior to my visit), with a beautiful core of fruit, lovely mineral undertow, suave, buried tannins and a long, complex and seamlessly balanced finish. Great win...
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92-95 points Jasper Morris: "For some reason the Charmes-Chambertin escaped the frost. A fine cheerful mid purple. No bouquet to speak of for the moment. The structure of this wine is fine boned and really quite elegant with a lighter touch to the fruit. A less voluptuous Charmes than sometimes, but attractive." (11/2022) 92-94 points Vinous: "The 2021 Charmes-Chambertin Grand Cru, which comes from vines located in Mazoyères, has a splendid bouquet with blackberry, white tipped strawberry and light earthy scents that gradually unfurl in the glass. The ...
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2021 Domaine Jean Grivot Richebourg Grand Cru (Previously $2600) (Previously $2600)
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94-98 points Jasper Morris: "A full crimson purple, a fine robe if not excessively deep. The bouquet is not yet ready to speak, brilliantly nuanced on the palate, with an appropriate density. You have to wait for each individual flavour to come out, alpine strawberry, sweet red cherry, then the finest and most distinguished of raspberries. All you could want and still really light on its feet. But just two barrels. Drink from 2030-2040+." (11/2022) 95-97 points Vinous: "The 2021 Richebourg Grand Cru comprises of two barrels this year (one new, one 2-ye...
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93 points Decanter: "The dark mulberry and cassis fruit have a slightly rustic edge with lovely notes of cigar leaf, mineral, and earth. The texture is dense and tannic, yet there is an elegance as well brought by the fresh acidity that produces a lively feel on the palate and leads to a lingering finish. The grapes come from the 0.70-hectare domaine-owned parcel and are partially destemmed before gentle fermentation and ageing in cask (20% new). The overall effect is closer to the domaine’s wines in Vosne-Romanée, yet there is a touch of muscular Nuits ...
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100 points Jeb Dunnuck: "Truly otherworldly, the 1990 Château Rayas Châteauneuf-du-Pape Reserve possesses stunningly perfumed and intense aromatics of kirsch and raspberries intermixed with sweet spice, roasted herbs, leather and licorice notes. Very ripe and beautifully complex, the palate is full bodied and a hedonistic dream that just expands in the mouth. There’s amazing sweetness, low acidity and an unbelievable, lush, thick and yet light texture that carries into a monster finish. Firing on all cylinders and as good as wine gets!" (04/2009) 99-10...
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While some producers blend batches of different origins to create quality products, independent family business Grosperrin Cognac takes a different approach, crafting rare cognacs unique to their terroir and history, each with its own character. Founder Jean Grosperrin became a distiller in 1981 and traveled around France with his three pot stills, working on farms as a shepherd during the summer, and distilling-for-hire in the winter. He eventually arrived in Cognac in the early 1990s, where, after spending time in the region, he grew increasingly frus...
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90 points Burghound: "An attractively fresh nose is comprised by notes of both red and dark currant, earth and a whiff of oak. The medium weight flavors possess reasonably good underlying tension and complexity though the finish, while reasonably persistent, is slightly drying. There are aspects to admire but it would be fair to say that the balance isn't quite completely dialed in." (04/2020)
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Hospices de Civiles de Beaune is a former charitable almshouse founded in 1443 in the town of Beaune. It is now a modern hospital, with the original buildings serving as a museum. Since 1859, a charity wine auction has raised funds for the hospital with the wines produced being released under the Hospice's umbrella label.
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91 points Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru Les Corbeaux unfurls in the glass with notes of cherries, wild berries, candied peel, burning embers and licorice. On the palate, it's medium to full-bodied, lively and succulent, with an ample and juicy core of fruit and powdery structuring tannins. (WK)" (02/2020)
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96 points Tim Atkin: "This presents a whirl of heady aromas on the nose: tea leaves, tobacco, rose petals, red plum preserves and blood orange. The tannins are wispy and lightly dusty, the succulence is alluring and the acidity is mouthwatering. Nicole says it's never worth "checking" on a bottle of La Grande Rue before five years. I'd give it at least that long!" (01/2023) 93-95 points Jasper Morris: "The usual lighter colour but with a delicious nose, slightly riper strawberries. Here there is notably greater density on the palate, with still the ...
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Single Cask, bottled in 1995, and likely distilled in 1930. This rare and exceptional Cognac has been patiently aged in oak barrels for decades in VT cellars before being carefully stored in demijohns. Tasting notes by the bottler: "Aroma: amazing rancio of very old Cognac, with strong liquorice notes. Palate: candied prunes and dried grapes Finish: very long, with notes of candied fruit & coffee." Nonchillfiltered, natural color, no added sugar. Limited Edition of 238 700 ml bottles.
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94-96 points Jasper Morris: "The holding is right in the middle of Bâtard-Montrachet, with rows all the way up and down. Mid yellow. A weighty punchy bouquet, not quite so fine. Massive on the palate and the fruit takes on a whiter, not over ripe configuration, with excellent thread of acidity. Still an absolute baby but will certainly achieve its grand cru status. " (10/2022) 95 points Burghound: " A restrained and distinctly citrus and floral-suffused nose displays hints of exotic tea, anise, oak and just sliced apple. There is both excellent volume ...
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94-96 points Burghound: "Note: from two very large parcels of vines totaling over 3 ha Firm reduction and a whiff of oak dominate the nose at present. Much more interesting are the beautifully textured, racy and detailed medium weight flavors that also possess a highly sophisticated mouthfeel while exhibiting stunningly good length on the bitter zest-inflected finish that goes on and on. This is terrific and easily delivers grand cru quality. *Burghound Don't MIss!! Outstanding!!*" (06/2023) 94-96 points Jasper Morris: "Mid lemon colour. As always, the...
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A harmonious and luxurious blend of vintage armagnacs from 21 to 43 years of age. Named for Vital Du Four, later known as Cardinal du Four, who was noted for his intellect. His celebrated book about his remarkable discoveries has been housed in the Vatican library since the 14th century. His words were the first acknowledgement and celebrate internationally the incredible spirit of Gascogne, "It enlivens the spirit, partaken in moderation, recalls the past to memory, renders men joyous, preserves youth and retards senility. And when retained in the mouth...
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What happened in 1933? Construction began on the Golden Gate Bridge. The United States voted to give the Philippines its independence. Hitler was in charge of Germany. FDR introduced his New Deal. And....the Claverie family distilled this batch of Armagnac at their small farm in Gascony and there it sat until we had it bottled for K&L 80 years later. The 1933 Baraillon has a fragrant nose of spicy ginger with loads of oak barrel accents. The flavors are alive and full of fruit, brimming with wood spices and even a bit of pine or cedar. The finish is almo...
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91 points Burghound: "Note: from a .11 ha parcel in Poullailères Here too there is a touch of herbal tea character on the overtly spicy aromas of dark currant, plum and violet. There is slightly better volume and richness, as well as a bit more mid-palate density, to the medium-bodied flavors that exude a subtle minerality on the youthfully austere and somewhat strict if not exactly lean finish. I do like the complexity but it's not entirely clear that this will harmonize with time in bottle as it's mildly awkward today." (04/2023) K&L Notes: Bill Nans...
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93 points John Gilman: "I drank this wine in Beaune in the spring of last year, but the bottle did not have a date of disgorgement anywhere on the label. It must have been the most recent disgorgement at the time, as the wine was still young and racy, offering up a lovely, albeit still quite primary bouquet of tart peach, apple, stony minerality, gentle smokiness and a topnote of lemon peel. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied and rock solid at the core, with bright acids, laser-like focus, pinpoint bubbles and lovely balance on the very long, pr...
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89-91 points Burghound: "Note: from 3 separate lieux-dits A more complex if moderately similar nose offers more in the way of white orchard fruit aromas that are trimmed in subtle wood nuances. There is fine mid-palate density to the delicious and appealingly intense medium-bodied flavors that are shaped by bright acidity on the bitter lemon-inflected finale that displays excellent length for its level. This too could use better depth, but more should reasonably develop. Lovely. *Outstanding*" (06/2023) 91 points John Gilman: "The 2021 Chassagne villag...
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92-95 points Jasper Morris: "Light to medium red, less nose than for the Echezeaux, but at least as much fruit on the palate with both more tannins and acidity. This may yet put on more weight in the rest of its elevage. More energy at the back. Drink from 2027-2033." (11/2022) 95 points Tim Atkin: "Haunting aromas of roses, foraged mushrooms, plums and raw leather permeate the glass. The palate has a pleasing breadth with ripe red fruit flavors, all encased by some notable tannic tug. As ever, there is a discreetness to Nicole's wines that is best a...
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The Clos du Roi is a royally esteemed 26-acre climat on the southeast side of Corton Hill. According to Allen Meadows: "This is a relatively new 7.5 ha domaine that began in 2002 and has added some négociant wines so the total effective vineyard area is 9 ha; the négociant name is Thibault Liger-Belair Successeurs". It is directed by the young Thibault Liger-Belair, who is a cousin of Louis-Michel Liger-Belair. ... In short, a domaine to watch as Liger-Belair has both the passion and the vineyards to make his mark."
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Aged 28 years in a single French Limousin oak cask. Bottled in 2023 unchillfiltered and with no added color.
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This is the highly sought-after ultra-luxury cuvée made by Cattier. It is packaged in a gold bottle with a pewter playing card, a spade and an A, instead of a label, giving rise to the nickname "Ace of Spades." It is a favorite of many musicians as evidenced by its appearance in celebrity circles and music videos. Take your cue from Jay-Z, and pop open a bottle of this bubbly, made exclusively from Premier and Grand Cru-rated villages in three different terroirs: Montagne de Reims, Vallée de la Marne, and Côte des Blancs. It is a blend of 40% Chardonnay,...
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A 100-point re-taste from Jeb Dunnuck for Wine Advocate: "The 2010 Chateauneuf du Pape Sanctus Sanctorum is the most classic in style, yet is still over-the-top and decadent in every way. Giving up heavenly aromas and flavors of creme de cassis, black raspberry, ground spice, sweet licorice and roasted herbs, it has a massive, voluptuous, layered and insanely pure feel on the palate. If you’re a Grenache lover, it doesn’t get any better." (08/2014)
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92-95 points Jasper Morris: ""Three barrels. Not especially deep in colour, but beautifully perfumed, the terroir standing taller than the vintage. This wine also shows some of the peppery aspects of the vintage, yet surrounded by a beautiful dark raspberry fruit which augurs extremely well. Drink from 2027-2034" (11/2022) 94 points Decanter: "The Beaumonts from Hudelot-Noellat has ripened well despite the vintage and the location, showing a lovely plummy fruit with rose petal notes on the nose and a supple texture with silky tannins that are firm but ...
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91 points Vinous: "The 2020 Auxey-Duresses Village has a delightful bouquet that has more finesse than the Monthélie tasted alongside - vivacious Morello cherries and crushed strawberries. The palate is medium-bodied with crunchy cranberry and strawberry, bright and taut with a transparent finish. Warning - you will be totally smitten. (NM)" (01/2023) 90 points Wine Advocate: "The 2020 Auxey-Duresses is firmer and more structured than its Meursault counterpart, exhibiting aromas of plums, sweet spices, smoke and loamy soil, followed by a medium to full...
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Hospices de Civiles de Beaune is a former charitable almshouse founded in 1443 in the town of Beaune. It is now a modern hospital, with the original buildings serving as a museum. Since 1859, a charity wine auction has raised funds for the hospital with the wines produced being released under the Hospice's umbrella label.
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96 points Jeb Dunnuck: "More cassis, morello cherry, Asian spice, and a beautiful sense of minerality and loamy earth emerge from the 2019 Châteauneuf Du Pape Les Trois Sources, a full-bodied, concentrated blend of 60% Grenache, 15% each of Cinsault and Syrah, and the balance Mourvèdre. Coming all from the estate’s sandy soils in the northern part of the appellation, this incredibly concentrated, textured wine has perfect balance, building tannins, and a great finish. Give this beauty another 4-5 years in the cellar and drink it over the following two de...
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According to the importer: "Veuve Fourny produces classic grower Champagne, raising pedigreed fruit, adhering to high standards, and hand-crafting wines that showcase the chalky terroir of Vertus. All of the Fournys’ vineyards are farmed according to the same meticulous practices and principles, and each parcel is vinified individually." The R20 ans d'age bottling is made from 100% Chardonnay from 50 year-old vines that grow atop chalky soils. An incredibly rare release, the wine is a blend of two consecutive vintages which is aged for 18 months in cas...
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This limited-edition release aged in Limousin oak casks and was bottled in 2023 nonchillfiltered and with its natural color. Only 614 bottles produced.
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90-92 points Burghound: "Note: from a .33 ha parcel Sérafin has traditionally used a relatively high proportion of new wood and it shows as there is both wood toast and menthol sitting atop the moderately deeply pitched aromas of plum, earth, humus and a whiff of leather. There is a bit more refinement though still plenty of muscle and punch to the more evidently mineral-inflected middle weight flavors that display both good richness but also plenty of youthful austerity on the even more firmly structured finale. Fonteny typically requires extended aging...
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92-94 points Jasper Morris: "2017 was first year. Pale lemon and lime, with a fresh approach to the fruit, ripe apples more than pears, then the fruit swells across the palate, now with some pears, and a definite touch of salinity. Very good indeed. And the length comes back too!" (10/2021)
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Vinous: "... this wine is an elegant L'Arrosee with notes of dried herbs, mineral, sweet cherries, and an almost floral note. Again, it comes close to an almost Burgundian style, with medium body, a nice, expansive texture, and a bit of dryness beginning to creep into the finish." (RP)" (12/2002) K&L Notes: Château L'Arrosée was first listed among the Saint-Emilion premiers crus in 1868.
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