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96 points Wine Enthusiast: "While still young, this Champagne has all the makings of greatness. Produced from grand cru vineyards, it already balances ripe white fruits with a firm structure that will age well. It’s relatively dry and has plenty of acidity, which will also aid in the longevity.. *Cellar Selection* (RV)" (12/2019) K&L Notes: This all Grand Cru blend, which is composed of 50% each Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, is the best I have ever tasted from Laurent-Perrier, and should go the distance if you decide to cellar it. Don't miss this fantasti...
Price: $69.99

90 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "A slightly riper nose of mostly fresh red berry fruit aromas laced with hints of earth and game give way to textured and relatively suave medium-bodied flavors that possess more overall depth and good finishing power on the persistent back end. This offers a bit more Gevrey character and solid complexity." (01/2011)
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2008 Glengoyne 11 Year Old "Old Particular" K&L Exclusive PX Sherry Finished Single Cask Strength Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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Glengoyne is all about patience. Everything they do is slow. The picturesque little distillery sits on the border of the highlands and lowlands. In fact, the road that divides the distillery and its warehouses IS the border. They sport some of the longest fermentation times in all of Scotland and some of the slowest stills as well. These longer processes coupled with a massive amount of available copper lead to an unabashedly fruity and super clean spirit. The real magic of Glengoyne is in the fact that it retains enough stuffing to play perfectly with h...
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Winemaker Mike Smith launched Quivet Cellars with partners Duane Mason, John Brooks III and Paul Mason with the goal of making high-quality, small-production Napa wines. They are known for their single-vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon made in a lush, hedonistic style that still delivers nuance and elegance. The fruit is sourced from a very steep, hand-terraced vineyard in the Mayacamas Mountains. Because of their small distribution, these wines are hard to come by, so snatch them up when you get the chance! Tasting notes from Gary Vaynerchuck: "Very ripe, ras...
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94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The single-vineyard 2008 Cortona Syrah Migliara fleshes out beautifully in the glass with layers of dark red fruit that fill out the wine’s broad shouldered frame nicely. The Migliara is at once more perfumed and higher toned than Il Bosco, with an expression of fruit that tends towards the red end of the spectrum. Fine, polished tannins round out the creamy finish. Here, too, the wine remains extremely primary with little in the way of aromatic development or complexity at this early stage. A small amount of Vio...
Price: $59.99

2008 Karl Lawrence Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon
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The majority of the fruit for Karl Lawrences Napa Valley Caberenet Sauvignon comes from four of the most acclaimed vineyards in the Napa Valley: Gary Morisoli, Herb Lamb, Beckstoffer-To-Kalon and Beckstoffer-Dr. Crane. Starting with great fruit ensures a great product, but winemaker Michael Karl Trujillo took it one step further this year, adding small amounts of Cab Franc and Merlot (8% total) to create the most balanced, complex Karl Lawrence Cab to date. Loaded with black currant, fig and dark chocolate aromas that follow to the weighty palate, coatin...
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Bid on this bottle of 2008 Beaulieu Vineyard "Georges de Latour Private Reserve" Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon (94VN, 93RP, 93WS, 91CG). Vinous: "Dark, bright ruby-red, showing virtually no evolution at the rim. The nose offers complex, musky scents of dark plum, mocha and graphite, plus a suggestion of tobacco. At once compellingly generous, shapely and firm, this seamless wine is remarkably balanced for its extreme growing season, offering sound framing acidity and beautifully incorporated oak. The explosive finish deliver terrific energy and harmonious tannins. This gives pleasure now but should evolve in bottle for another 15 to 20 years. Incidentally, this was the first Georges de Latour made in Beaulieu's new dedicated facility. (ST)" (04/2019)
Starting Bid: $75.00

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