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According to napawineproject.com "This wine was a Tawny Port styled wine that had been aging in the dark recesses of this particular cave for more than two decades. Robert brought a sample to Prager Portworks (the noted Napa Valley “Port House” in St. Helena) and upon tasting it they quickly said “bottle it now”! Robert did just that – merely 90 cases of 500ml bottles." Also, "This wine is amber color in the glass and initially shows wonderful aromas of hazelnut oil, walnut, orange peel and mocha. This is a wine that aromatically is complex and multi lay...
Price: $15.99

Wine Spectator: "Great nutty aromas come from the glass and follow into the palate of this sweeter style of white Port. It is rich, packed with almonds and a tangy orange zest edge." (08/2010)
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96 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Pale lemon-gold colored, the 2016 Climens is a little youthfully mute, revealing notions of ripe peaches, mango and musk melon with touches of cedar chest, orange blossoms, candied ginger and baking bread. Bursting in the mouth with vibrant, energetic stone fruit and tropical layers, it is framed by fantastic freshness, finishing long and creamy. (LPB) 96+" (03/2019) 93-96 points Vinous: "I tasted the 2016 Climens from four separate lots identified by location, harvest dates, alcohol, residual sugar and the per...


Aged in an oxidative style and similar to Rivesaltes, this Maury Blanc is composed of 70% Macabeu and 30% Grenache Gris.
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Mas Karolina is the project of Caroline Bonville, cousin of Olivier Bonville proprietor of one of our favorite Champagne houses Franck Bonville. Caroline originally hails from Bordeaux where much of her family still resides. Looking for her own property, she settled in the village of Maury located in the Roussillon. There, her restrained sensibilities are making some of the most pristine, clean and balanced wines in the region. As a first, we recently brought in a little bit of Caroline’s traditional Roussillon wines. Her Muscat de Rivesaltes is a gorgeo...
Price: $14.99

97 points James Suckling: "Forget fashion and go for gold! Enormously complex, toasted and caramelized nuts, married to wonderful creaminess that is all lit up by acidity that’s so supernaturally vibrant that you barely realize this has any sweetness. Very long, subtle and uplifting finish. Drink now." (12/2018) 95 points Decanter: "Layers of mouthwatering flavours; dried fruits, peanut brittle, cream caramel, coffee, cedar and a beautifully luscious texture with freshness, lift and a long, rich finish. *Gold Medal Decanter World Wine Awards 2018*" (04...

91 points Wine & Spirits: "Light amber-tawny in color, this wine is delicately balanced between freshness and age. There’s brisk, tart peach flavor along with more mature tones of pale berries and woodsy mushrooms. Hints of tobacco smoke add to the wine’s elegance." (12/2015) 91 points Wine Spectator: "Racy and fresh, with detailed green fig, dried cherry, incense and hazelnut notes. Offers a long, focused finish. (JM)" (06/2018) Wine Enthusiast: "This hits the sweet spot between fruit and wood-aging flavors. The red fruit tones have just begun to ra...
Price: $23.99

94 points James Suckling: "Beautiful, traditional, unfiltered LBV with sweet berry, bark, wet-earth and black-cherry aromas that follow through to a medium to full body with round, creamy tannins and a fruity finish. Medium sweet. A gorgeous young port. Drink or hold." (11/2020)
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Villa Pillo is a small estate producing world class wines in the heart of Tuscany between San Gimignano and Volterra. American John Dyson bought the estate in 1989. He also owns Millbrook Vineyards & Winery in New York State, and Pebble Ridge Vineyards and Williams Selyem in California. Villa Pillo’s estate specializes in high quality bottlings of selected vineyards focused on the estate’s main varieties – Syrah, Merlot and Cabernet Franc as well as the Tuscan dessert wine Vin Santo. Extensive manual operations in the tending of the vineyards and through...
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To produce a fine balance and flavor Niepoort Tawny ages in oak casks for 3.5 years. Freshness, lightness and balance are the key elements of this wine. A Port easy to drink on any occasion.
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98 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "At present it offers very pure blackberry, mulberry, and a touch of smoke...not giving much away at the moment but surely destined to down the line. The palate is very refined, very pure with svelte tannins with ebullient ripe red fruits laced with tobacco, nutmeg and white pepper. Long and caressing on the finish, this should evolve into a masterful Taylor’s Vintage. (NM)" (07/2011) 96 points Wine Enthusiast: "This was perhaps the most prototypically 'Taylor' wine of the vertical, with complex floral and spice...

96 points Bob Campbell: "Very sweet, luscious dessert wine with honey, honeycomb, dried apricot, peach, mango and tropical fruit flavours. A delicious wine with enough acidity to avoid being cloying. Very pure botrytis influence." (01/2019) 95 points Sam Kim: "This is outrageously unctuous and delicious; the opulent bouquet shows dried apricot, Manuka honey, lemon curd and orange marmalade characters, followed by a lavishly sweet palate that is mouthfilling and viscous. Undeniably sweet and luxurious, this is superbly structured by bright acidity, fini...
Price: $39.99

90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The NV 10 Year Old Tawny Port was bottled in 2014 with 105.23 grams per liter of residual sugar. Easily the 10 with the most weight in the Fladgate group's lineup this issue, it is a rather powerful 10 year old Tawny with plenty of pop, the biggest and baddest of the trio (Fonseca, Croft and this). There is very fine concentration of flavor for a 10 year old Tawny. If I had a quibble, the alcohol shows at times, especially early on and rather notably when drunk a little too warm. (Around 60 degrees Fahrenheit is ...
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90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The medium amber, nutty Napoleon Amontillado is a dry style sherry, also a fine aperitif. " (02/2007) Wine & Spirits: "Subtle in its salinity while generous in its nutty flavors, this approachable Amontillado ends on light caramel flavors. For an aperitif with aged goat cheese." (06/2011) K&L Notes: What a terrific Amontillado! Gently toasted nut and candied citrus aromas lead to a subtle, elegant, nutty palate. While the salty, flor qualities are not cranking on all cylinders here, there is an elegance, sof...
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Mas Karolina is the project of Caroline Bonville, cousin of Olivier Bonville, who is proprietor of one of our favorite Champagne houses, Franck Bonville. Caroline originally hails from Bordeaux where much of her family still resides. Looking for her own property, she settled in the village of Maury located in the Roussillon. There, her restrained sensibilities are making some of the most pristine, clean and balanced wines in the region. This Maury is made in the classic fortified style much like the French equivalent of a ruby styled port. Rich and ful...
Price: $19.99

95 points James Suckling: " To anyone who knows British Christmas pudding, the dense flavors of dried fruit, burnt sugar and spices will be nothing new. However, the sheer density of flavor will be something new to many, as will the stunning acidity at the finish. " (08/2018) 94 points Wine Enthusiast: "Ripe aromas of apricot, raisin and chocolate offer complex notes of dried cheese and sweat, making this anything but usual and normal. A jacked palate is racy and untamed, with bright acidity that's uncommon for wines this sweet. Chocolate, cinnamon, nu...

98 points Decanter: "Pale red-mahogany in colour with an olive-green tinge to the rim. Gloriously lifted and maderised on the nose with a touch of sultana, molasses and roasted coffee. Rich and beautifully intense on the palate; a smooth, slightly syrupy resonance offset by a lithe streak of acidity, which keeps the wine fresh all the way through. Long and languorous on the finish, with lovely toasty, malty complexity. Superbly laidback and hedonistic. (RM)" (05/2020) 97 points Wine Spectator: "This is extremely refined, with a sleek-edged mix of green...
Price: $269.99



95 points James Suckling: "The aromas to this beautiful tawny port are saturated with burnt orange peel, caramel, candied fruit and hints of honey-coated nuts. Full-bodied, very fruity and dense with intense nut and mahogany flavors. Hints of sultanas, chocolate and coffee. Extremely creamy, long and flavorful. Delicious all the way. Better served slightly chilled. " (06/2019) 94 points Wine & Spirits: "A complex and satisfying Tawny, this sits on the cusp of maturity with freshness continuing to infuse its deepening flavors. That freshness arrives in ...

93 points Wine & Spirits: "This is the youngest Amontillado from Gonzalez Byass, with four years of aging under flor and another four years in oxidative aging. True to form, it is a delightful wine, graceful and elegant in its fine balance between acidity, minerality and a soft, almost delicate body. It takes on surprising force with air, a sense of limestone in scent and flavor that propels the wine toward something rich, like grilled sea bass." (10/2015) 91 points Wine Spectator: "Lemon peel, singed almond and walnut notes form the core, with a faint...
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97 points Wine Enthusiast: "Powered by dry botrytis, this is a wine with immense potential. It has weight, complexity and richness, all under the cloak of botrytis. To leaven the power, there is acidity, but this is certainly for aging. *Cellar Selection* (RV)" (06/2010) 95 points Wine Spectator: "Dried lemon and floral aromas lead to loads of botrytis spice and bitter lemon peel in this young, full-bodied sweetie, with hints of lively lime and honey. Medium sweet. Very intense. (JS)" (03/2010) 92-95 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar:...

This unique wine comes from just 25 hectares of land along the Atlantic coast just west of Lisbon. Famous in the 18th century as a rich, oxidized dessert wine with strong acidity and powerful flavors of dried fruits, honey cake, and baking spices, these wines were as recognizable as Madeira and Port in their heyday and particularly known for long-term aging. History, earthquakes, and the more recent spread of development along the coast into Carcavelos's beautiful territory put the wine on the brink of extinction from which it has not entirely recovered,...
Price: $32.99

92 points Wine & Spirits: "Juan García Jarana, the motorcycle magnate of Jerez, sells a portion of his soleras to Lustau for this delicate Oloroso. It starts with notes of candied almonds, coconut palm syrup and caramel. The hint of salinity lends complexity and freshness, without diminishing that delicate, pleasing sweetness." (06/2009) 92 points Wine Enthusiast: "Just add this oloroso to the growing list of excellent Sherries from Lustau. This one is tellingly nutty on the nose, thus the hazelnut and walnut flavors are expected as they become part of...
Price: $26.99

96 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "I thought this was a staggering example of port. Dow's style tends to be more backward, but this opaque black/purple-colored wine reveals a huge, powerful, intense palate, with gobs of flesh and viscous fruit. There is considerable tannin in the finish. It is a massive port with no indication of excessive alcohol in the finish. A magnificent young, dry-styled vintage port that just goes on and on in the mouth, it should last for 20-30 years. The single Quinta ports are just as spectacular as any vintage port I ta...
Price: $79.99

The German Family named Kopke came from Hamburg to Lisbon in 1636. Two years later, in 1638, Christiano Kopke established himself in Oporto, as merchant and exporter of Portuguese products, and he started the export of Portuguese wines already produced in the region, as part of his business. When the Wine - then known as Portwine - was recognized, the House of Kopke which is today the oldest Portwine's export firm, was one of the leaders in the field. Through many generations, the company was run by several members of Kopke's family, obtaining an excelle...
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94 points Wine & Spirits: "The vintners of the Celler Cooperatiu d’Espolla make Espodol from Garnatxa Blanca and Garnatxa Rosat on the southern side of the Pyrenees, where their old bush vines grow in rocky granite and black schist soils. The grapes ferment in the co-op’s cellars in epoxy-lined concrete tanks, the juice then moved into large foudres for three or four years before it makes its way into a six-tier solera that dates to 1950. It’s a dark, complex Rancio wine, fresh and aged all at once. It tastes of sweet and salty cherries, right down to th...
Price: $31.99

92 points Wine Spectator: "Subtle, with a perfumy profile of cinnamon, powdered ginger, hazelnut husk and toasted sesame notes leading the way, backed by mouthwatering date and dried fig details and a lengthy finish. Drink now. (JM)" (06/2018) K&L Notes: Sweet, woody, spicy fruitcake and cinnamon reveal themselves on the nose. On the palate, the flavors are wonderfully balanced, no surprise given that the average age of the wine here is actually 15 years and not 10. Since there is no category for 15 year tawnies, Kopke simply chooses to label it as a 1...
Price: $34.99

1997 Quinta do Noval Vintage Port
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100 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1997 vintage port is the greatest Quinta do Noval I have ever tasted. The wine of the vintage, this black/purple-colored port boasts fabulous aromatics (espresso, blackberries, licorice, tar, and flowers), followed by massive concentration, full body, and levels of depth and richness. Gorgeously sweet, stunningly concentrated and full-bodied, this profound vintage port should be legendary. Quinta do Noval's production normally approaches 4,000 cases, but in 1997, only 1,200 cases were produced, so it will be...
Price: $174.99

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90 points Robert Parker: "Made in a light, fruity style emphasizing finesse and elegance, the 2001 Filhot exhibits abundant amounts of sweet pineapple and sealing wax-like characteristics, along with pure, clean flavors. Slightly sweet, it does not possess the body or power of the vintage's bigger examples, but it is a refreshing, vibrant Sauternes to enjoy over the next 12-15 years." (06/04) From the Wine Spectator: "Golden-colored, with crème caramel and lemon meringue character. Medium-bodied, with good sweet fruit and a slightly burnt character. Hot...
Price: $29.99

The German Family named Kopke came from Hamburg to Lisbon in 1636. Two years later, in 1638, Christiano Kopke established himself in Oporto, as merchant and exporter of Portuguese products, and he started the export of Portuguese wines already produced in the region, as part of his business. When the Wine - then known as Portwine - was recognized, the House of Kopke which is today the oldest Portwine's export firm, was one of the leaders in the field. Through many generations, the company was run by several members of Kopke's family, obtaining an excelle...
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95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1967 Colheita Tawny Port comes in with 142 grams per liter of residual sugar. This is a nice step up compared to the younger parts of the lineup, elegant and focused, with a precise finish, a fresh feel, little discernible brandy and a long, long finish. The classic old tawny flavors of molasses and caramel wash over the palate. This isn't big and thick, but some may very well prefer its elegant and brighter feel. In many ways, it is fresher than the 1981 or 1999 reviewed this issue, and it is better balanced...
Price: $119.99

The grapes (Malvasia Fina, Códega, Rabigato, Gouveio) are hand harvested and softly crushed after partial destemming. The wine was fermented in stainless steel on the grape skins, allowing for their important flavor compounds to be extracted. This is done under temperature control so that the winemaker can keep an eye on the alcoholic fermentation to ensure that the addition of aguardiente (grape spirit) is added at just the right time. This addition of aguardiente halts the fermentation and is the key to creating Port wines sweetness.
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2007 d'Yquem, Sauternes
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98 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Pale to medium gold colored, the 2007 d'Yquem delivers powerful scents of tropical fruits—dried mangoes and pineapple paste—accented by acacia honey, toasted almonds and woodsmoke with hints of chalk dust, kettle corn and lime blossom. The palate reveals one of those vintages that shape-shifts into an apparently drier style than it is, largely thanks to its uber-racy backbone of freshness and layered mineral-inspired flavors, finishing with a regal, satin-textured savoriness. Difficult to resist now, this will be...

97 points James Suckling: "Concentrated and complex dried-fruit character that spans the fruit spectrum from citrus through to raisins. There’s a ton of caramel, too. Yet, miraculously, this isn’t a jot too much. Rather, the acidity shines a laser beam of light-like clarity onto these riches. Great length. Drink this sweet-sherry marvel now!" (10/2018) 95 points Decanter: "DWWA 2018 Gold Medal: Nuts and coffee on the wonderfully complex nose, with hints of cheese, rich deep chocolatey palate with coffee and spice in the delightfully long finish." (04/2...

99 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The Climens 2001 has always possessed a deliriously complex and intense bouquet that is beautifully defined: dried quince and marmalade, honeycomb and antique furniture. There is an inchoate, resinous element that will surely surface over the next decade or so. This is a bouquet that demands attention and in this blind tasting, sticks out from the crowd, a sui generis. Since I last tasted it, the palate has opened up and is beginning to pump on all cylinders. It is wonderfully balanced with fabulous intensity and...
Price: $179.99


Sweetness - like the most sinful dessert in liquid form, Dolce, from the folks at Far Niente, satisfies our craving for sweetness with some hidden surprises. Dolce is Napa's true Sauternes-style dessert wine (90% Semilllon 10% Sauvignon Blanc), with decadent honeyed fruit, complex botrytis underpinning and joyful acidity. Wonderfully food-friendly, this will pair well with foie gras, poached figs, cheeses, or crème brulee. Or cellar and watch the wine evolve.
Price: $64.95

93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The non-vintage Dry Amontillado Los Arcos Solera Reserva reveals a medium amber hue along with a nutty, honeyed, dry personality with great acid...The portfolio of under $25 a bottle selections represents remarkable value for their complex, well-made personalities. Lustau includes a bottling date code as purchasers would want to buy Finos and Manzanillas as young as possible. It is difficult to describe the glories of sherry, but I’ll try. These Solera Reservas are all great reference points at a low price point ...
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96 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2000 Fonseca continues to exude finesse and focus on the nose, with pure blackberry, juniper berries, licorice and a touch of sloes, perhaps as Adrian Bridge remarked, just beginning to close after ten years in bottle. The palate is underpinned by very fine tannins, a sensual, svelte texture with wonderful acidity. The harmony and symmetry is alluring, the finish precise and demonstrating the persistency to suggest a long future ahead. (NM)" (02/2013) 95 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "S...
Price: $99.99

From the producer: "Overlooking the beautiful Layon River Valley, Chateau de la Genaiserie is located in the heart of Anjou in Saint Aubin de Luigné. Anchored on a vast schist and sandstone plateau, vines and winegrowing have always been closely linked to the history of this grand 18 th century chateau. La Genaiserie “possessed gardens, woods, springs, and vines during the 17th century”, according to the writings of Abby Louis Coudrin. The stately chateau was built in the pure Angevin bourgeois style around 1783, just before the onset of the French Revol...
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97 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2005 Rieussec is a blend of 90% Semillon, 8% Sauvignon Blanc and 2% Muscadelle picked between 23 September and 27 October. It has a fabulous bouquet that is mineral-rich and tensile. The palate repeats its performance from last year: focused, tense, laden with botrytis-rich fruit with a crystalline and sorbet-fresh finish that seals the deal. One of the best releases from the estate in recent years. (NM)" (01/2017) 96 points Wine Spectator: "Shows enticing aromas of toffee, cream, dried apricot and caramel....

Producer note: "Dark, golden brown with characteristic Madeira bouquet of raisins, toffee and nuts. Sweet with a rich, full bodied, honeyed and complex finish and beautifully balanced acidity. Blandy's 5 year old Malmsey was aged in American oak casks in the traditional 'Canteiro' system. This comprises of the gentle heating of the wine in the lofts of the lodges in Funchal. Over the years the wine is transferred from the top floors to the middle floors and eventually to the ground floor where it is cooler. After this gradual 'estufagem' the wine underwe...
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This Bual is a medium rich Madeira, quite dark in color and much appreciated as an accompaniment to desserts. Five years in oak casks have given this distinctive Madeira great concentration and flavor and a powerful albeit mellowed bouquet.
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This classic Muscat is made from the smaller berried and more aromatic Petits Grains. It is fortified shortly after fermentation leaving it at a sweet but not too sweet 110g/L residual sugar. Perfect foil for tarts, fruit pies and soft creamy cheeses.
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Haut Charmes is a very special Sauternes bottling, made from the younger vines of one of the most famous properties in the Sauternes region.. While we aren't allowed to actually reveal the source, it's safe to say its location in the Ciron Valley exposes the Sauvignon Blanc and Sémillon fruit to conditions perfect for the development of botrytis. Charming, elegant and an exceptional value for what's in the bottle. A rich wine with fine acidity, the 2017 has wonderful pineapple and coconut aromas that carry through onto the lush palate. A stunning wine ...
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