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The teaspooned malt that started it all for us! We've had excellent luck finding these old casks of Balvenie. The unbelievable value that this malt whisky offers is unparalleled nearly anywhere else in the Scotch world. It's production is quite different from all the other teaspooned blends we're offering this year because it never existed as a single malt. Instead, the malt spirit coming from the Balvenie Distillery is immediately "adjusted" with a tiny (perhaps mythological, we've never gotten a straight answer on this) there by changing the product ad...
Price: $149.99

90-92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Opaque deep black colour. The nose is sweet and raisiny, quite fragrant and perfumed. The palate is spicy, peppery, quite "bullish" in a way. The Niepport shows more restraint and balance. Slightly dry on the finish - bit this is still an excellent port that should last another decade at least. (NM)" (06/2004) Wine Spectator: "Refined and well crafted. Dark purple, with fresh floral and grapey aromas and flavors. Medium body, medium sweetness and firm tannins. (JS)" (07/1994) K&L Notes: 93 points Roy Hersh...
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90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1991 Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve is a backward, more elegantly-styled wine than the 1991 regular bottling. It displays intensity, medium body, excellent richness, and a structured personality. Five to six years of cellaring is mandatory given its elevated tannin level. The wine is extremely young and unevolved, yet it promises to last for 15-20 years." (10/1994)
Price: $74.99

93 points Robert Parker: "The 1991 Howell Mountain Cabernet is noticeably thicker and more highly extracted than the 1992 and 1993 vintages. It is a huge, rich, powerful wine with great depth, as well as a boat-load of tannin. Do not touch a bottle for at least 5-6 years." (12/94) 91 points Wine Spectator: "A dense, potent, rich, dark-colored wine, with immense tannins and a rich core of earth and leather-scented Cabernet fruit. Offers hints of mint, rose petal and anise, and at midpalate it gives a glimmer of polish before finishing with a wall of che...
Price: $199.99

Price: $249.99

96 points John Gilman: "The 1991 Côte Blonde from René Rostaing has long been considered one of his finest wines and at age twenty-three, the wine is at its apogee of peak drinkability and simply stunning. The beautiful bouquet is still fairly youthful and will develop even more complexity with further bottle age, as it delivers a glorious blend of sweet dark berries, intense peppery notes, black olives, new leather, roasted gamebird, forest floor, nutskins and violets. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied, complex and quite peppery in personality...
Price: $414.99

1991 Ravenswood "Belloni Vineyard" Russian River Valley Zinfandel
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92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "A new offering in the Ravenswood portfolio, the 1991 Zinfandel-Belloni Vineyard, displays an opaque, saturated black/purple color, and an unevolved nose of soaring scents of black-raspberries, earth, and pepper. There is exceptional density of fruit, spectacular intensity and structure, as well as a full-bodied, moderately tannic, well-delineated finish. Along with the 1991 Zinfandel-Old Hill, the Belloni Vineyard offering gets my nod as potentially one of the two finest Zinfandels Ravenswood has produced. (RP)" ...
Price: $39.99

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "...the wine does offer medium ruby color, a spicy, attractive, bing cherry, vanillin-scented nose, ripe, medium-bodied flavors, light tannin, and adequate depth... (RP)" (02/1994) Wine Spectator: "A floral, fresh wine with light body and a refreshing finish..." (03/1994)
Price: $329.99

Bid on this 375 ml 4-bottle lot of 1991 d'Yquem, Sauternes (375ml). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Served from an ex-chateau bottle. The 1991 Chateau d’Yquem was actually not affected by the frosts like everywhere else in Bordeaux, damaging 30% of the vines, predicating a two-track ripening cycle. This was not too much of a problem to overcome since bunches are picked one by one. Picking commenced on September 19, with half the crop being picked over five days between October 21 and 25 after a spell of intermittent showers. It has a lighter color than the 1995. The nose displays moderate intensity with light waxy scents that would benefit from more vigor. The palate is well-balanced but there is a distinct sense of the wine being a little one-dimensional and it is missing some tension, especially toward the finish. Although this is a commendable Sauternes, there is a bitterness and a slight rawness that cannot be ignored. Still, it deserves a light applause considering the growing sea
Starting Bid: $510.00

Bid on this bottle of 1991 Quinta do Noval "Nacional" Vintage Port ((90-92RP)). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Opaque deep black colour. The nose is sweet and raisiny, quite fragrant and perfumed. The palate is spicy, peppery, quite "bullish" in a way. The Niepport shows more restraint and balance. Slightly dry on the finish - bit this is still an excellent port that should last another decade at least. (NM)" (06/2004)
Starting Bid: $200.00

Bid on this 5-bottle lot of 1991 Zind-Humbrecht Clos St. Urbain “Rangen de Thann” Tokay Pinot Gris (96RP). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Zind-Humbrecht is synonymous with fabulous Tokay. It reaches Montrachet-like dimensions of power, texture, and aromatic as well as flavor intensity when made by this estate. If you can latch onto any of the handful of bottles that make it into the United States, do not miss the chance to try the 1991 Tokay Clos St. Urbain Rangen, made from one of the most extraordinary white wine vineyards in the world. The steep slopes, composed of volcanic soil, serve as home to old vines that produce an unctuously textured, unbelievably rich Tokay with a huge nose of honeyed fruit. There is layer upon layer of rich fruit, crisp acidity, and fabulous density, definition, and length. This wine was made of yields of only 20 hectoliters per hectare, which is about one-fourth to one-fifth of what many growers in Puligny-Montrachet and Chassagne-Montrachet obtain! If
Starting Bid: $276.00

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