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We just couldn't say no to the chance at selling one of the oldest versions of Jamaica's most special distillery. This special estate, which cannot be named by bottler, produces the most traditional rum in Jamaica and perhaps the entire world. Famous for the use of "muck" to aid in fermentation, the distillery takes spent lees and organic refuse to create a secondary fermentation which cultivates certain types of bacteria. Those bacterial are particularly adapted at producing a group of chemicals called esters. These chemicals are what give young Jamaica...
Price: $179.99

Joël Taluau was a fabulous grower in St-Nicolas-de-Bourgueil known for making some of the purest expressions of Cabernet Franc in the Loire, which are unmarred by the intrusion of oak. He was also the first producer in the appellation to begin domaine bottling. These days, Joel makes wines with the help of his son-in-law, Thierry Foltzenlogel.
Price: $29.99

1993 Glen Keith 24 Year Old "Munros" K&L Exclusive Cask Strength Unchillfiltered Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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The lovely small batch bottlings in the "Munros" line up are selected by the small Glasgow Whisky Company and represent some of the best values in single malt scotch today. This small outfit has become an increasingly important player in the sale and bottling of small scale lots of high quality Scotch. The Munros line is a reference to Scotland's 282 mountains over 3000 feet. Explorers across the UK had long considered climbing each peak a rite of passage and likewise the great malts represent the heights of achievement in the eyes of whisky lovers acros...
Price: $109.99

91 points Robert Parker: "Proprietors Bill and Joan Smith are two of the nicest, most modest vineyard/winery owners I have ever met. They have turned La Jota into one of the great names in California winedom. Along with Randy Dunn, Peter Michael, and Beringer, they are getting more out of Howell Mountain fruit than any other California producer. The Smiths modestly give considerable credit to Helen Turley, who consulted at La Jota in 1992 and 1993, for opening their eyes to the possibilities of producing great red wines from Howell Mountain without the a...
Price: $49.99


93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1993 Cabernet Sauvignon Napa exhibits a black/purple color, and a sweet nose of cassis, vanillin, and violet/mineral character. Sweet on the attack, with superb concentration and purity, this formidably endowed, full-bodied wine needs at least 8-10 years of cellaring; it is a 30-year wine ... This is also another producer who turned out outstanding 1993s, a vintage that has received some unjustifiably tough press from West Coast wine critics. (RP)" (12/1996)
Price: $239.99

Price: $64.99

An absolute gem in the Perfect Fifth line up. At 96 points it's close to the legendary Highland Park they've also bottled, but for half the price. Jim Murray says, "Anyone who remembers the old Springbank 25-year-olds of the early 1990s will recognise this aroma as a direct descendent - indeed it is near enough identical in both weight and character. The huge, nuggety oak is faultless (this must have come from a cask which had been seasoned in the old - virtually lost - style). Salt dominates but there are dried apricots and spiced pear, too. Meanwhile t...
Price: $1,500.00

94-96 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Beginning in 1993, Abreu's wines climb even higher on the qualitative ladder. In fact, I am not sure there is much further room for improvement. The 1993 Cabernet Sauvignon, another great wine from an often "maligned" vintage, boasts a fabulous dark purple color, as well as sweet, jammy, toasty black fruits, fruitcake, cedar, and black truffle-like smells. Packed with extract and glycerin, this is an expansive, chewy, pure Cabernet. (RP)" (12/1996) K&L Notes: Robert Parker on Abreu: "All of these wines are t...
Price: $229.99

From Charles Neal: "The Huard family have lived on the Le Pertyer property in the Suisse-Normand for five generations. Jean-Francois Guillouet, who recently took over for his retired grandfather Michel, is the seventh generation. If one were to consider the properties of Camut and Giard from the Domaine de Montreuil as the most stunning examples of hautes-tiges plantings in the Pays d'Auge, and Lemorton as the most revered property in the Domfrontais, the Huard property would have to be considered the most admired in AOC Calvados."
Price: $129.99

It is exceptionally rare to see single cask Macallan on the independent market with the "Macallan" name on the bottle. This bourbon cask aged example offers a different look at the distillery from the classic heavy sherry profile. The nose is full of fruit and caramel. The palate is big on milk chocolate, dried fruits, and a bit of pepper spice. Macallan's classic spicy profile finishing things up beautifully. This is a bottle any serious Macallan drinker or collector should nab while they can. Prices just keep going up and up.
Price: $1,499.99

Bid on this bottle of 1993 Larmande, St-Emilion. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "A dark ruby/purple color possesses fine saturation for the vintage. Made in a typical Larmande-like style, this lavishly-oaked, smoky, black-cherry-scented wine exhibits a ripe entry, medium body, some distracting dry wood tannin, and a firm, muscular, solid finish. (RP)" (02/1997)
Starting Bid: $30.00

Bid on this bottle of 1993 Clos Fourtet, St-Emilion. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "As readers may have surmised from previous comments regarding Clos Fourtet, this estate is quickly emerging from a moribund period. It is a St.-Emilion to keep an eye on. A fine effort for the vintage, Clos Fourtet's 1993 exhibits a dense ruby/purple color, and attractive black-cherry aromas intermingled with scents of minerals and wood. The wine reveals some of the vintage's herbaceousness, but it is not annoying given the velvety texture and fleshy, sweet fruit. (RP)" (02/1997)
Starting Bid: $30.00

Bid on this magnum of 1993 S. Anderson "Richard Chambers" Stags Leap District Cabernet Sauvignon (1.5L) (90WS). Wine Spectator: "A well-oaked style, but it manages to balance the woodiness with enough ripe cherry and berry flavors to hold your interest and it gains complexity on the finish. " (11/1996)
Starting Bid: $60.00

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