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We've discovered a tiny remaining allotment of rare, single-cask Borderies Cognacs. Barrels #22 and #151 present a particularly interesting comparison. Both were distilled in 1992 and separated at birth. Barrel #22 found its way into a very humid cellar, while barrel #151 was aged in a dry cellar. They were bottled 22 years later at cask strength and without chill filtration or coloring/sugar. The result is an incredible study in how Cognac ages and the effects of the aging environment. Barrel #22, the Wet Cellar, offers unparalleled elegance. At a cask ...
Price: $229.99

The Hart family have been licensed victuallers and publicans in Paisley on the outskirts of Glasgow since the 18th Century, but it was in 1964 that brothers Iain & Donald Hart incorporated the company as Wine & Spirit Wholesalers and Scotch Whisky Blenders. Alistair Hart, who still selects casks for this special line today, came on as Chief Blender in 1975. His charge at the time was to secure and select the finest casks of single malt that were not readily available to the market. Their commitment to excellence is second to none in the industry and they...
Price: $239.99

1992 Comandon Borderies Single Barrel #151 Dry Cellar Cask Strength Cognac (750ml)
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We've discovered a tiny remaining allotment of rare, single-cask Borderies Cognacs. Barrels #22 and #151 present a particularly interesting comparison. Both were distilled in 1992 and separated at birth. Barrel #22 found its way into a very humid cellar, while barrel #151 was aged in a dry cellar. They were bottled 22 years later at cask strength and without chill filtration or coloring/sugar. The result is an incredible study in how Cognac ages and the effects of the aging environment. Barrel #151, aged in a dry environment, shows much more sweet wood i...
Price: $229.99


94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "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. (RP)" (12/1995) 90 points Wine Spectator: "Maturing in color and taste, with a mix of dill, cedar, plum, coffee, pencil shavings and herbal notes. Smooth-te...
Price: $224.99

Upstart bottler The Perfect Fifth is sourcing some truly unusual and rare barrels for their inaugural release. An unexpected addition to the line up of ultra-premium whiskies released by the new bottler, this old malt from the "other" Campbeltown distillery is not to be ignored. Packaged in a unique wooden barrel case, it achieved "Liquid Gold Award" status and 94 points from preeminent whisky critic Jim Murray. Here are his impressions: "Nose: Playful, teasing smoke offers an unlikely sharpness to the already busy barley. For its big age, this malt is a...
Price: $850.00

Once better known as the Lemmon-Chabot vineyard, this site has been a mainstay for Beringer's prestige reserve collection over the years. It is justly famous for the wonderous Cabernet Sauvignon grown here. What makes the vineyard so special, and the wines that are made from it so long-lived and complex, is a unique soil type that is high in obsidian. This black glass-like rock absorbs the sun and its warmth, and passes this onto the ripening grapes. Always worth seeking out, Beringer's Cabernet from the Chabot vineyard, can mature happily for decades.
Price: $109.99


Bid on this bottle of 1992 Diamond Creek "Volcanic Hill" Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon ((87-90RP)). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "There is impressive, pure cassis fruit, medium body, and gobs of tannin in the finish. Do not touch a bottle for at least 7-8 years as it is one of the most backward 1992s. (RP)" (04/1994)
Starting Bid: $205.00

Bid on this bottle of 1992 Silver Oak Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon (94RP). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The deeper purple-colored 1992 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, which is being released in February, 1997, does not exhibit any of the Alexander Valley's herbaceous side. It offers more of the classic blackcurrant, cedar character. There is plenty of high quality, sexy, smoky oak in the nose to go along with copious quantities of jammy black fruits. Full-bodied, with a creamy texture, and a sweet, expansive, chewy mid-section, this dense, exceptionally rich 1992 will provide gorgeous drinking for 12-15 years. These All-American Cabernet Sauvignons continue to be 'can't miss' propositions with the majority of Cabernet lovers. (RP)" (12/1996)
Starting Bid: $85.00

Bid on this magnum of 1992 Hartwell Stag's Leap Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon (1.5L) in original wood.
Starting Bid: $170.00

Bid on this 375 ml 4-bottle lot of 1992 Quinta do Infantado Vintage Port (375ml) (95RP, 90WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "There were only 1,000 cases produced of the 1992 Vintage Port, and they are not likely to languish on retailers' shelves. A saturated, black/purple color is followed by a huge, ripe, pure nose of jammy blackberry and cassis fruit that is vaguely reminiscent of such great 1990 Hermitages as Chapoutier's Le Pavillon, Jaboulet's La Chapelle, or Chave's red label Cuvee Cathelin. Awesome concentration, massive body, an unctuous texture oozing with fruit, glycerin, and extract, and a blockbuster finish all suggest this will be a monumental port. (RP)" (02/1995)
Starting Bid: $190.48

Bid on this bottle of 1992 Joseph Phelps "Insignia" Napa Valley Bordeaux Blend (95RP, 94WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "An attractive dark plum/purple color is followed by sweet aromas of creme de cassis, spring flowers and a touch of background oak. This opulent, full-bodied, sexy, full-throttle Insignia is drinking beautifully. As the wine sits in the glass, mature aromas of black tea and charcuterie begin to emerge...This wine, which achieved 13.5% alcohol, has still not reached full maturity. It is one of those magical Napa wines that has been drinkable since its release and has never closed down. (RP)" (11/2013)
Starting Bid: $180.00

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