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1995 Clynelish 23 Year Old "Signatory Vintage Black Label" K&L Exclusive Single 2nd Fill Sherry Butt #11239 Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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Over the years, Signatory has bottled some of K&L's most profound casks. We've been afforded unprecedented access to some of Scotland's rarest malts by our friends in Pitlochry. Often, we fall in love with a cask and are willing to pay a premium to work with Signatory Vintage because their offerings are so superlative. That means they might not be able to offer the same outrageous "value" on paper that our other direct bottlings do, but the premium is always worth it. Under rare circumstances, that paradigm is flipped upside down, they'll offer an unbeli...
Price: $249.99

1995 L'Encantada 24 Year Old "Lous Pibous #146" Bas-Armagnac (750ml)
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The phenomenon that is Lous Pibous is unmatched in modern booze culture. It's rise to prominence in the eyes of the cognoscenti was so precipitous and furious, it could never have been predicted. Truly, a modern legend. It was an overnight success. This tiny estate been anointed as one of the great Gascogne estates. The inherently limited nature of the stocks has created a fever pitch. The golden age of brandy is here and Pibous might be its peak. It might have been lost completely had it not been for the great work of our partners at L'Encantada. We wer...
Price: $149.99

1995 Caperdonich 24 Year Old "Chieftain's" K&L Exclusive Single Sherry Butt Cask Strength Unchill-filtered Speyside Single Malt Whisky (750ml)
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The enigmatic Caperdonich Distillery is extremely rare. Built in 1897 and named "Glen Grant #2," Caperdonich by J. & J. Grant in the town of Rothes. Only 5 short years later, the Pattison whisky crisis shuttered the gleaming new distillery. It lay dormant for 60 more years before Glenlivet rebuilt it and resumed production. The name Caperdonich, meaning "secret well," was adopted due to new regulation prohibiting multiple distilleries from sharing the same name. It was purchased again in 1977 by Seagrams, who sold it to Pernod Ricard in 2001. Pernod ulti...
Price: $399.99

1995 Allt-a-Bhain 23 Year Old "Old Particular" K&L Exclusive Single Refill Hogshead Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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A workhorse distillery in Speyside, Allt-a-Bahine was originally built in 1975 to produce a light and fruity malt for Seagram's blending purposes. In 2001 the distillery was aquired by Pernod Ricard and folded into the Chivas portfolio. Mothballed for a time in the early 2000's after the sale, the distillery has been operating at full capacity since 2005 as we've seen everything about Scotch boom. Distilled in 1995 this cask comes from the era when Seagrams was operating at the top of their game as the largest beverage company in the world, shortly befor...
Price: $119.99

1995 Le Brun de Neuville "Grand Vintage" Brut Champagne
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This recently disgorged 1995 was just shipped direct from the chalk cellars of Le Brun de Neuville after 22 years of ageing on the lees! It is composed of 95% Chardonnay and 5% Pinot Noir. This is an extraordinary value in fully mature Champagne. (Gary Westby, K&L Champagne buyer)
Price: $99.99

Wine Spectator: "This fleshy red shows black cherry, spice and herb flavors with firm tannins. It has good concentration and while it's drinkable now, it should improve. " (06/1997) K&L Notes: 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, unmarred by the intrusion of oak--which he hasn't used in production since 1986. He was also the first producer in the appellation to begin domaine bottling. The Vieilles Vignes, from a single plot of Cabernet Franc planted...
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1995 Corison Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon
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91 points Vinous: "Medium red. Full red with a hint of amber. Aromas of redcurrant, minerals, sweet butter and herbs, plus a suggestion of candle wax. Conveys attractive floral lift on the firm, delineated middle palate. Intensely flavored and fresh, with bright, slightly herbal acidity driving the fruit through a lively finish featuring fine-grained tannins and sneaky length and lift. Noteworthy for its energy and light touch. (ST)" (06/2016) Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "This dark purple-colored wine displays a tight but promising nose of spice, va...
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92 points Wine Spectator: "A seductive style, with lots of spicy, vanilla-scented oak that leads to a rich, complex core of currant, black cherry, olive and plum. The tannins are smooth and polished. (JL)" (08/1998)
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92-94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Tasted wonderful in October 2000. A meaty rich ripe nose of cassis, mulberry and cherry. Full-bodied and expansive structure. Approachable with layers of strawberries and red fruits. A rich voluptuous Barton that should be ready in 2-3 yrs. Then blind in April 2005. A very attractive nose with a slight under-ripeness that lends it freshness and vitality. The palate is well-balanced with toasty new oak. But quite backward compared to others with a dense sweet, chocolate tinged finish. Quite modern in style on t...

95 points Decanter: "The last batch of 1995 was disgorged in summer 2017, after spending 21 years on lees. ‘Jetted’ to revive it after disgorgement, it has a new lease of life. A refreshing young Champagne with pure chalkiness and lemon intensity. Cries out for oysters. (CG)" (07/2018) 95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Deep, pure and fresh on the fruit-intense and complex nose, the 1995 Blanc des Millenaires is still young and incredibly fresh on the palate. This is refreshingly pure, concentrated, fruity and perfectly round Champagne that reve...

1995 Ferrari-Carano "Trésor Reserve" Sonoma County Bordeaux Blend
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Wine Spectator: "Firm and tightly focused, with a beam of black cherry, plum and currant shaded by pretty toasty oak. Long, tapered finish. (JL)" (06/2000) K&L Notes: Ferrari-Carano's finest blend of the five classic Bordeaux varietals: Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, Merlot, Petit Verdot, and Cabernet Franc from the best selections of estate vineyards in Alexander and Dry Creek Valleys. Aptly named Trésor for treasure, the grapes are hand-harvested from mountain vineyards, adding impressive depth and concentration of flavor intensity to the wine.
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95 points Wine & Spirits: "Rarely has a 1995 Champagne presented itself with the kind of drive and structural power of this Fleury. With acidity that may bring tears to your eyes, this is not for the faint of heart. That extreme acidity tingles in the mouth, leaving flavors of pineapple, caramel candied lime and ginger in its wake. It requires crudo or sashimi—belly tuna would be insanely great with this wine." (12/2010) 95 points Wine Spectator: "There's a pleasing tension to this fresh Champagne, refined in texture and very elegant overall, offering ...

94 points Wine Spectator: "Thick, rich and yet so elegant--this is gorgeous red Burgundy. Inky-black in color, concentrated, packing in fruit, fine tannins and acidity, it bursts with complexity, showing violet, plum, soya, currant, clove and spice character. Full-bodied, will improve with cellaring. *Cellar Selection* (PM)" (08/1998) 91 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "Still excellent color. Here the nose has gone full-on secondary with darker fruit notes that include plum and currant spiked with leather, warm earth, humus and smoked meat. There is ...


90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "This is another offering from the exotic Le Pin-school of St.-Emilions that are made from extremely ripe fruit, aged in 100% new oak (the malolactic fermentation is also done in new oak), and bottled without filtration. The 1995 La Couspaude exhibits a ripe, jammy kirsch, black currant, and licorice-scented nose with plenty of smoky, pain grille notes. Full-bodied, with low acidity, and a flamboyant personality, this wine will unquestionably cause heads to turn. Traditionalists may argue that it is too obvious an...

94 points Wine Spectator: "A wine that continues to improve with age. Shows loads of ripe plum, almost prune, with hints of vanilla and mineral. Full, chewy and tight. Still needs time. (JS, Web Only-2007)" 92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Ex-cellar bottle tasted blind at the Lynch Bages vertical. Much more closed on the nose with notes of blackberry, wild hedgerow, a touch of liquorice and Asian spice. The palate is full-bodied, firm tannins, good concentration, nice tension, although much more linear than I was expecting. Does not have the fl...


The Rare Armagnac Collection is a new small scale bottler seeking to unearth rare and unique Armagnacs from small estates across the region that would otherwise not be available. We're extremely lucky to have stumbled upon them and this first parcel that they acquired from the famous estate in the best part of the Ténarèze. We first visited Domaine Pouchegu in 2013. There Pierre Laporte was matter of fact about what made his Armagnacs so good. Lots of care in the vines, good amount of sable fauve in the soils, highering the best distiller and a commitmen...
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90 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Deep ruby. Superripe, exotic aromas of cassis and woodsmoke. Incredibly sweet and viscous on the palate; very concentrated, deep and strong in extract. A fruit bomb of a single-quinta port. Extremely long and powerful. This can't stand comparison with the great '94 Graham, but on its own it's a compelling and more easily approachable young port. (ST)" (04/1998) Wine Spectator: "Plenty of plummy, grapey aromas and flavors in this young vintage Port. Medium- to full-bodied, with medium, fine tannins ...

1995 Haut-Brion, Pessac-Léognan
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96 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "It is fun to go back and forth between the 1995 and 1996, two superb vintages for Haut-Brion. The 1995 seems to have sweeter tannin and a bit more fat and seamlessness when compared to the more structured and muscular 1996. Certainly 1995 was a vintage that the brilliant administrator Jean Delmas handled flawlessly. The result is a deep ruby/purple-colored wine with a tight but promising nose of burning wood embers intermixed with vanilla, spice box, earth, mineral, sweet cherry, black currant, plum-like fruit, m...


First created by the folks at Far Niente in 1985, the Dolce label has become a standar bearer for California dessert wine. Made with late harvest Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon in very small quantities, the Dolce is decadent and sultry, with plenty of sugar and acidity to allow to age in a good cellar for decades.
Price: $54.99

The 1995 21 Year Old "Distiller's Art" was one of the last single malts released by Craigellachie when it was owned by SMD, which had purchased the distillery in Aberlour, Banffshire in 1930. In 1998 the distillery was purchased by John Dewar & Sons.
Price: $139.99

93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The only white 1995 I tasted, the Corton Charlemagne, is atypically delicious now yet can be held for a dozen years: Slightly gold colored and exhibiting aromas of super-ripe, toasty and spicy fruit, this fat, thick-textured and structured wine possesses buttery, tropical fruit flavors. (PR)" (06/1997) 91 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "Pungent lemon and soft oatmeal aromas blend into detailed, intense and very pure flavors cut with an intense limestone character and superb length. This is quite understated ...

92 points Vinous: "Bright medium ruby-red. High-pitched aromas of cassis, violet, licorice, bitter chocolate, cedar and cardamom, plus a whiff of leather; smells a lot younger than 20 years old. Plush, ripe and sweet in the mouth, with flavors of cassis, cocoa powder and spices nicely framed by harmonious acidity. Finishes brisk, suave and persistent, with fine-grained tannins nicely supported by saline extract. Very well-judged extraction here--not to mention strong starting material. (ST)" (06/2016)
Price: $109.99

97 points Vinous: "David Abreu's 1995 Madrona Ranch was breathtaking. It burst from the glass with tremendous length and layers of voluptuous, ripe fruit. Though still a youngster, the 1995 was immensely enjoyable. (AG)" (02/2012) 95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1995 Cabernet Sauvignon Madrona Ranch is a strikingly superb Cabernet Sauvignon. Although it includes 5% Cabernet Franc and 5% Merlot in the blend, I would never have guessed that. Aged in 100% new Taransaud barrels (as are all Abreu's wines), this wine boasts an opaque purple col...

1995 Perrier-Jouët "Fleur de Champagne Belle Epoque" Brut Champagne
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93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Soft and round, with more exotic fruit characters. This is ripe, the acidity well integrated. Citrus and toast mix with ripe apricot and pineapple. It exudes the more seductive side of this famous brand, now mature, but still very much alive. (RV)" (12/2011) Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Strong mousse. Restrained aromas of lemon rind, lime, honeysuckle and chalk. Tightly wound, firm and quite refined; almost hard today and distinctly backward. Finishes long, brisk and dry, with bracing lemony acidity. (ST)" (1...
Price: $159.99

98 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Araujo's Cabernet Sauvignon Eisele Vineyard has become a benchmark. I believe the 1995 is the finest produced under the Araujo regime. It is close to perfection. The wine combines extraordinary power and richness with remarkable complexity and finesse. The saturated purple/black color is followed by aromas of sweet vanillin intermixed with riveting scents of black currants, minerals, exotic spices, coffee, and toast. There is nothing garish about this subtle yet powerful giant of a wine. A Napa Valley classic, it...


95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "If it were not for the prodigious 1996, everyone would be concentrating on getting their hands on a few bottles of the fabulous 1995 Leoville-Las-Cases, which is one of the vintage's great success stories. The wine boasts an opaque ruby/purple color, and exceptionally pure, beautifully knit aromas of black fruits, minerals, vanillin, and spice. On the attack, it is staggeringly rich, yet displays more noticeable tannin than its younger sibling. Exceptionally ripe cassis fruit, the judicious use of toasty new oak,...




92 points Wine Spectator: "Smooth, lush and polished, with a pretty array of currant, black cherry, anise, earth, sage and tarry-leathery flavors building to and holding a sharp focus. Needs time, though. *Top 100 of 1999* (JL)" (05/1999) 91 points Wine Enthusiast: "Excellent depth of color. Nose of dark-berry fruit. More dark berries on the palate and a touch of tobacco and coffee, too, with mouth-coating tannins. Full and elegant, promises much future pleasure. Needs 3 to 5 years (at least!), or decant 1 to 2 hours before serving. *Cellar Selection*"...


1995 Dr. Loosen Erdener Prälat Riesling Auslese
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94 points Mosel Fine Wines: "Starting with some notes of smoke and zest, this quickly evolves into a creamier and riper version of classic Prälat with mango, apricot, ripe pineapple and a touch of honey and almond paste. The wine is superbly juicy, complex and creamy on the palate. A zesty side of the wine in the background nicely balances out the intensity and sweetness. Plenty of exotic fruits come through in the long and lingering finish. This Auslese GK-styled wine is simply superb! Now-2030" (Jean Fisch and David Rayer, 03/2015)
Price: $79.99

The nose exhibits complex scents of smoky oak, pencil shavings and bright cherry-raspberry fruits. The mouth is compact, with firm tannins and racy black fruits adding extra dimensions and tension, particularly at this youthful stage in its life. Time will allow these tightly knit elements to meld and soften, eventually forming a complex and satisfying wine. Have patience and enjoy.
Price: $59.99

90 points Wine Spectator: "Outstanding but slightly rustic, with earthy, berry aromas and flavors and chunky, chewy texture. Full in body, medium sweet, with full tannins and a slightly coarse finish. Needs time; best after 2007."
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90 points Wine Spectator: "This Cabernet is a great bet all around. Not only competitively priced and sufficiently available, it's supple and harmonious, elegant, rich and flavorful, with ripe currant, cherry, berry and spice. Fine tannins on the finish make it appealing to drink now, but it's cellar-worthy, too." (05/1998) K&L Notes: "Spectator Selection" designation from the Wine Spectator.


91 points Robert Parker: "Elderton's 1995 Shiraz will be a big hit with anyone lucky enough to run across any of the several hundred cases that were imported to the United States. Dark ruby/purple-colored, with a seductive, sweet, vanillin, and jammy black fruit-scented nose, this wine is crammed with copious quantities of extract, fruit, glycerin, and concentration. As hedonistic a Shiraz as readers are likely to find, this voluptuously-textured, round, expansively-flavored wine is deliciously pure, and dramatic. Its low acidity and glorious levels of f...
Price: $29.99


93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "One of the treats when tasting through the profound Côte Rôties made by Marcel Guigal was the opportunity to taste all of the bottled 1995's. Reviewed in previous issues, they are even better from bottle than they were during their upbringing (a characteristic of many Guigal wines). The 1995 Côte Rôtie Château d'Ampuis is the stuff of legends and is every bit as compelling as readers might expect. This single vineyard wine will have at least 15 years of longevity.(RMP)" (10/1999) 92 points Stephen Tanzer's Inte...

94 points Wine Spectator: "Gorgeous aromas of black licorice, currant and blackberry. Full-bodied, with silky tannins and a long, caressing finish. Very tight, yet with air it comes around wonderfully. Give it time. This was always one of the buys of the vintage. (JS, Web—2007)" Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1995 Clerc-Milon, a 56% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot, 14% Cabernet Franc blend, reveals more tannin and grip than the 1996 (ironically, the 1995 has more of a 1996 vintage character, and vice versa for the 1996). This attractive dark ruby/pu...

91 points Wine Spectator: "Young and vibrant, with a ripe, rich, lively core of currant, plum, anise, sage and cedar. This complex and concentrated wine is supported by a firm tannic backbone, but the flavors glide through on the finish. A blend of Cabernet, Merlot, Cabernet Franc. " (11/1998) 90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The two exceptional Profile cuvees should receive more attention from wine consumers. The outstanding 1995 Profile (14.5% alcohol) is made from 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 39% Merlot, and the balance Cabernet Franc. It needs ...


97 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The spectacular 1995 Syrah Eisele Vineyard is one of the greatest New World Syrahs I have ever tasted. Approximately 300 cases were made, and it is even better out of bottle than it was in barrel. The color is an opaque purple. The bouquet offers explosive notes of wood fire, licorice, jammy blackberries and cassis, in addition to the unmistakable scent of black truffles/licorice. Full-bodied and rich, with sensational flavor extraction, remarkable harmony, and a 35+-second finish, this is profoundly great Syrah....

Glen Grant was the first distillery to be built in the town of Rothes, situated in the heart of Speyside. The Whisky is gaining greater appreciation with malt drinkers due to longer matured releases than were historically available.
Price: $159.99

This wonderful cask of Glen Keith was selected by our friend Doug McIvor for its exceptional balance and character. The distillery in Keith has been rare in modern times due to its closure from 2000 until 2013. While it served as a partner to neighboring Strathisla as one of the component malts in the Chivas Blend, it was also the site of much experimentation and some unusual production techniques. There they developed unique yeast strains and alternative ways of peating whisky--namely the use of extremely peaty water to ferment the mash. Keith has long ...
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