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Hampden is one of Jamaica's oldest sugar estates, dating back to the 1750s, and its rum is one of our favorites here at K&L. We purchased a 14 year old cask of Hampden a few years back that has since become a cult classic, and we're also huge fans of the Smith & Cross pot still rum, which is contracted from the facility. Hampden isn't just known for being one of Jamaica's best rums, it's also known for being one of the funkiest and most flavorful; the result of a long, rustic fermentation process that is renowned for being as old school as it gets. This ...
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The Big Peat Vintage Series is an unusual vintage expression of blended malt whiskies from the famous Isle of Islay. Utilizing the deepest stocks of this famous bottler, they've put together an unbelievable blend of old peated whiskies. This is the second release in their Vintage Series, and represents an exceptional, value considering the cost of old Islay whiskies (even before we acquired the country's remaining stock at an enormous price advantage). We were more than happy to sell this exceptional whisky when it was $250+, but for less than half the p...
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There was once a time when old grain was completely under appreciated. That meant we could snag very old casks for next to nothing. But the market has changed, The days of 50 year old grain for $300 are long gone. We do occasionally see good old grain, but often the prices are not far off what you've expect to see on a single malt, and one thing we cannot stand for is overpriced single grain. So we wait and watch the market and eventually we come across a great cask like this that offers three full decades of maturation for what seems like last century's...
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93 points Wine Spectator: "A mix of flavors stretching from ripe currant to herb, coffee grinds, earth and tobacco. Smooth-textured, with excellent depth and enough concentration and complexity to merit further cellaring. *#2 Top 100 Wines of 1996* (JL)" (05/2003)
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According to the Wine Spectator: "Austere and tannic, adding a spicy, minty edge to the currant and berry flavor..." (11/95) This wine should have shed its austere cloak by now, revealing a subtle, well-aged cabernet from one of Napa Valley's best known producers.
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A real rarity, Gregory is a 10-acre vineyard, primarily clay/loam, southeast of Sonoma planted in 1945 with Cabernet Sauvignon. In 1983 five acres of Merlot were added, and in '87 Ravenswood began using fruit from this site to fashion elegant, lighter bodied but expertly crafted red wine. This is hard to find, and lovely to drink, especially with aged cheeses.
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Planted in 1975 and situated with a southeastern exposure at 2,200 feet in elevation but still in the direct path of cooling winds from the Pacific, the 4.8-acre Selleck vineyard is composed of rocky soils that feature a mix of decomposed granite and limestone outcroppings. It enjoys a bit more sun exposure than the other sites, yielding wines of deep flavor, intensity, and structural refinement.
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99 points Wine Advocate: "The year 1992 was the second most abundant year for Spottswoode, producing 5,713 cases, with the final blend 6% Cabernet Franc and the rest Cabernet Sauvignon. This was a classic Napa vintage with abundant fruit and high yields. Spottswoode made a magnificent example. With a dark ruby/purple/garnet-colored wine to the rim, this wine is stunningly rich, with floral-infused blackcurrant and blackberry fruit, a hint of chocolate and toast. Terrific aromatics are followed by an equally impressive full-bodied wine, with stunningly sw...
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94 points Robert Parker: "The 1992 Cabernet Sauvignon Special Selection (a February, 1996 release) is superior to the 1991 and 1990. The 1992 displays an opaque ruby-purple color, followed by huge, full-throttle aromatics offering a blast of sweet, toasty new oak combined with exceptional red and black fruits. Full-bodied, rich, and concentrated, with not a hard edge to be found, this low acid, fat, delicious Cabernet will be drinkable upon its release; it will last for 12-15 years." (12/95) 90 points Wine Spectator: "Maturing in color and taste, with...
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95 points Wine Advocate: "At the top of this estate's qualitative hierarchy are their Cabernet Sauvignons. I extolled the virtues of the 1992 Cabernet Sauvignon Hillside Select prior to its release, and now that it is in the marketplace, it is as fabulous as I had hoped. It possesses an opaque dark purple color, and a profoundly complex nose of minerals, ripe cassis fruit, cedar, chocolate, and subtle herbs. Full-bodied yet silky, with layers of concentrated, highly extracted fruit, this wine is exceptionally well-balanced, beautifully pure, and already ...
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92 points Wine Advocate: "The 1992 Trilogy reveals spicy oak in the nose, sweet red and black fruits, and a stylish yet authoritatively-flavored palate with plenty of black-cherry and blackcurrant fruit nicely infused with toasty oak and spice. The acidity and tannin are both well-integrated. This suave yet flavorful red wine should drink well for the next 15+ years. No one was more critical of Flora Springs' proprietary red wine, Trilogy, than I during the eighties. Things have unquestionably changed, as this wine, usually a blend of approximately 40% C...
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VGS stands for Very Good Stuff and the Chateau Potelle offerings are some of the finest wines from California. Jean Noel and Marketta Fourmeaux du Sartel came to the Napa Valley from France in 1980. Originally, they came out to 'spy' — trying to learn all they could about winemaking from a California perspective. Six months and thousands of tasted wines later, they decided to stay for good.
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94 points Wine Spectator: "Has a wonderful sense of harmony and finesse, with tiers of currant, plum, cherry and tobacco flavors enhanced by hints of toast and vanilla from oak. Finishes with firm, fine tannins. *Highly Recommended, Top Wines of 1995*" (11/1995)
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92 points Vinous: "The 1992 Pinot Noir Jensen Vineyard retains surprising depth and intensity for a wine of its era. The tannins have mostly melted away, revealing a Pinot built on surprising mid-palate depth and intensity, but with less of an emphasis on aromatics. Slightly angular contours remain and the acidity is just a bit elevated within the wine's overall profile. Still, all things considered, the 1992 has aged impeccably. (AG)" (09/2015) K&L Notes: 90 points Robert Parker writes in Wine Advocate: "My favorite of Calera's four 1992 single-vineya...
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Calera's Reed Vineyard consists of just a little under 4.5 acres that were planted to Pinot Noir in 1975. Formerly forested, these north and northeast facing upper and lower blocks features the deepest and darkest soils with more clay, and thus fruit is slower to ripen. It was named after William (Bill) G. Reed, Sr. one of Calera's original founding partners and close friend to Josh Jenson. Reed Vineyard Pinots are typically exotically perfumed, light in body, with a soft, supple mouthfeel. The cool microclimate makes for wines with naturally fresh acidi...
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91 points Wine Spectator: "Smells terrific, with all kinds of jammy aromas, cherry and raspberry, but on the palate it takes on a racy character, marked by spice and anise notes. Complex and elegant." (03/1997) K&L Notes: Situated in the Gavilan Mountains just twenty-five miles east of the Monterey Bay, at an average elevation of 2,200 feet above sea level, Calera's Mount Harlan "Mills Vineyard" is among the highest and coolest sites in California. Calera farms these limestone soils organically, ferments using native yeasts with minimal racking, and bo...
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No longer available! 1992 is almost gone and will be replaced by a new 1991 vintage. After many years of nurturing, this vintage is now at its peak and the very best casks have been carefully selected to represent this one year of distillation. Fascinating as it develops with the benefit of time in the glass from one of initial surprising formality into full, soft herbal and fruity aromas rounded with oak, honey and with water Liquorice. The characteristic Glenrothes fruitiness caresses the palate followed with a long and deliciously gripping finish. - ...
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91 points Vinous: "Harvested 15th-22nd September. Very fresh, with ripe raspberry fruit. Soft and round. Not a big Ducs but by no means underendowed. A pleasant surprise for the vintage. (JM)" (12/2016) Wine Spectator: "Well-balanced black cherry flavors are accented by smoky, leathery, spicy notes. Firm in tannins, brightened by acidity and long on the finish. " (05/1995) Burghound: "Bricking at the rim yet with good center color. Softly fragrant secondary sous-bois aromas soar from the glass offering scents of dried rose petal, spice and earth nuan...
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Wine Advocate: "The funky, kinky 1992 (which I loved early in life) is in a weird stage, smelling of animal fur and mushrooms intermixed with tell-tale kirsch liqueur and blackberry fruit. Some of the musty, mushroomy characteristics have dissipated, resulting in a concentrated, remarkable effort for the vintage. (RP)" (12/2002) K&L Notes: Parker: "Catherine and Sophie Armenier continue to fashion one of France’s greatest wines. There are 750 cases produced from 80% Grenache, 10% Mourvedre, and 10% miscellaneous varietals."
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91 points Wine Spectator: "Smells terrific, with all kinds of jammy aromas, cherry and raspberry, but on the palate it takes on a racy character, marked by spice and anise notes. Complex and elegant. " (03/1997) K&L Notes: The 14.1-acre Mills Vineyard grows at 2200-2300 feet above sea level on south-facing hillsides sloping to Harlan Creek. In 1984 it was planted to Pinot Noir on its own roots with material from the original vineyards. Named for Everett Mills, a neighbor and friend who always kept an eye on Josh’s progress during the early development ...
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92 points Robert Parker: "The 1992 Opus One, a blend of 89% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8% Cabernet Franc, and 3% Merlot, offers a beautiful dark ruby/purple color, a big, spicy nose of cassis, lead pencil, and smoky oak, round, full-bodied, broad, fat flavors crammed with black fruits, soft tannin, low acidity, and a fleshy, full-bodied finish. This rich wine confirms just how fine these wines have become since the 1990 vintage." (06/95) 92 points Wine Spectator: "Tightly wound, with firm tannins. The core of meaty currant, anise, cedar and spice tasted awkwar...
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96 points Wine Advocate: "The Domaine Leflaive has enjoyed many successful vintages over the years - 1979, 1985, 1986, and 1989 come to mind immediately - but the 1992s are the finest young wines this domaine has produced. Yields averaged 45 hectoliters per hectare, far below most recent vintages. The wines are renowned for their purity and elegance, but the 1992s also display a special level of richness and intensity. (RP)" (10/1993) 94 points Vinous: "The 1992 Domaine Leflaive Puligny-Montrachet Les Pucelles was decidedly richer. This full-bodied win...
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Wine Advocate: "The sexy, fleshy, medium ruby-colored 1992 Vin du Mistral exhibits more richness and flavor than its light color suggests...Joseph Phelps' Vin du Mistral series of reasonably priced wines made from grapes such as Grenache, Syrah, and Mourvedre has resulted in some innovative and attractively priced, tasty wines. (RP)" (08/1994)
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92 points Vinous: "The 1992 Pinot Noir Jensen Vineyard retains surprising depth and intensity for a wine of its era. The tannins have mostly melted away, revealing a Pinot built on surprising mid-palate depth and intensity, but with less of an emphasis on aromatics. Slightly angular contours remain and the acidity is just a bit elevated within the wine's overall profile. Still, all things considered, the 1992 has aged impeccably. (AG)" (09/2015) K&L Notes: 90 Robert Parker: "My favorite of Calera's four 1992 single-vineyard offerings is the 1992 Jensen...
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94-96 points Wine Advocate: "Another fabulous wine from this superb vineyard, it displays a sweet, pure nose of blackcurrants, minerals, and spices. Full-bodied, tannic, and powerful, as well as undeveloped, it exhibits the potential for 20-25 years of aging. A splendidly rich Cabernet Sauvignon, with outstanding balance and purity, it will not be mature before the turn of the century. (RP)" (12/1994) 92 points Wine Spectator: "Dark-colored, with rich, vibrant, youthful flavors, layers of mocha-laced currant, black cherry, blackberry and anise flavors....
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90 points from the Wine Spectator… 'Complex, with an elegant band of currant, anise, cedar and spice flavors, showing a hint of mineral on the aftertaste. For all its intensity and concentration, it's texture is smooth and polished. Best after 2000. (Nov-96)'
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From the winery: "Our Sonoma County Mountain Cabernet is always deep in color and distinct in flavor, due to the influence of the volcanic ash soils in which they are grown. There is a unique note of earthiness not found in wines grown on the valley floor. Our first vintage was bottled in 1986. It was made in the traditional style producing a wine which was a chewy, tannic monster. We have spent the last decade developing a more elegant style of wine which is consistent vintage after vintage. This style reflects a balance between the intense character of...
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90 points Wine Advocate: "The funky, kinky 1992 (which I loved early in life) is in a weird stage, smelling of animal fur and mushrooms intermixed with tell-tale kirsch liqueur and blackberry fruit. Some of the musty, mushroomy characteristics have dissipated, resulting in a concentrated, remarkable effort for the vintage. Catherine and Sophie Armenier continue to fashion one of France’s greatest wines. There are 750 cases produced from 80% Grenache, 10% Mourvedre, and 10% miscellaneous varietals. (RP)" (12/2002)
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92 points Allen Meadows: "Also a wine I've had numerous times since release and this was consistent with prior impressions with its now deep golden color and expressive and open powerful mineral and fruit aromas laced with ample amounts of new oak. The flavors are equally big, rich and powerful with plenty of fat to buffer the moderate acidity. The Leroy Corton-Charlemagne normally offers better detail than this but there is no doubting the concentration, sève and superb density and one could drink this now or continue to hold. In sum, this is not exactl...
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92 points Allen Meadows: "Wonderfully complex fruit with very intense, fine flavors, excellent minerality, focus and killer length. This exudes class and while it is not especially powerful, the detail this offers is extraordinary." (Tasted: Jan 01, 2001)
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90 points Wine Advocate: "The 1992 Valpolicella boasts a huge, smoky, sweet, gamey, jammy nose. The wine is fabulously-textured, rich, full-bodied, and loaded with extract. Elements of tar, and sweet, chocolatey, cedar-like berry fruit cascade over the palate with an unctuous texture, and an amazing finish. Readers weaned on the ocean of industrial swill that parades under the name of Valpolicella will have their senses shocked by this wine's complexity and intensity. It should continue to drink well for 7-8 years. Readers who follow the Italian wine sce...
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