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2006 Arnauld, Haut-Médoc
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Chateau Arnauld is located between Margaux and Moulis, on a large gravel outcropping on the edge of the Gironde, neighboring Chasse-Spleen and Poujeaux. The oceanic breezes off the Gironde estuary keep vines cool, promoting long, even ripening for the Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot planted to these mineral-rich, high-draining soils. The blend is typically about half Cabernet and half Merlot, often with a bit more Cabernet. The wines are made in a traditional style made to withstand the cellar: black-fruited with spicy complexity from barrel, a rich midpal...
Price: $19.99

The Isle of Jura is one of those incredible malts that we almost never see in the wild. Partly that's because they just don't make that much whisky. But it does seem that the owners, Whyte & Mackay, don't let go of the stuff very often. Isle of Jura has its following, but the little distillery on the sparsely populated island to the north of Islay isn't a household name by any means. The island's 200 inhabitants are vastly outnumbered by a massive population of red deer, who keep the islands vegetation from growing beyond the lowest grasses. The infertil...
Price: $64.99

2006 Billecart-Salmon "Cuvée Nicolas François Billecart" Brut Champagne
Top Pick!
97 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Created in 1964 as a tribute to the house’s founder, the youngest release is the 2006 Millésime Brut Cuvée Nicolas François, a blend of 60% Pinot Noir from premier and grand crus from the Montagne de Reims and the Grande Vallée de la Marne and 40% Chardonnay from the Côte des Blancs. Almost entirely fermented in stainless steel (only 5% was vinified in oak barrels) and aged for 11 years on the lees, this is a beautifully ripe and rich yet pure champagne with ripe fruit flavors intermixed with chalky notes and bri...

91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Tasted at Bordeaux Index's annual 10-Year On tasting in London. The 2006 Château Langoa Barton has a lifted nose of small dark cherries, blackberry, incense and marmalade - quite showy for Langoa Barton - but there is joie-de-vivre here. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannin, ripe and demonstrating impressive density plus a firm grip. This really coats the mouth in tannin, although it is still balanced. It just needs another 4-5 years in bottle, the stubborn little lady. (NM)" (05/2016) 91 points Wine ...

2006 Krug Brut Champagne
Top Pick!
97 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Krug's superb 2006 Brut, which will be released this year, numbers among the vintage's high points, unfurling in the glass with a complex and expressive bouquet of tarte tatin, warm biscuits, ginger, honeycomb, dried white flowers, smoke and toasted nuts. On the palate, the wine is full-bodied, broad and textural, with a fleshy attack that reflects the warm vintage but segues into a beautifully vibrant palate that's deep and surprisingly reserved, displaying superb definition, delicately chalky structure and a lo...

94 points Wine Enthusiast: " Right at the top of its form, this 2006 is one of the finest wines to come out of the vintage. The wine is structured and dense, but with such heartwarming ripe fruit that the tannins are almost submerged. There is just a hint of wood, but juicy black currant continues right through to the end. In a year, the fruit will lessen, and long aging begin. *Top 100 Cellar Selections of 2009* (RV)" (03/2009) 94 points Wine Spectator: "There's a great dark color to this, with intense aromas of cedar, wood, new leather and crushed b...


96 points Wine Spectator: "***Highly Recommended and #5 Top 100 Wines of 2009*** Shows amazing aromas of blackberry, with hints of vanilla and flowers, along with black licorice and crushed berries. Full-bodied, with wonderfully caressing, ultrafine tannins. Very balanced and long. Best after 2011. (JS)" (10/2009) 93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Fairly deep color. Rich, ripe, fruit-filled bouquet features cherry, blackberry, violet, spice, licorice, and noticeable oak. Sweet and seductive on entry, clearly made in a modern style. This is a v...

92 points James Suckling: "Full throttle style with loads of blackberry jam and spices on the nose and palate. Fresh mushrooms develop with time. Full and fruity, with polished round tannins. Blackberries and dark chocolate on the finish." (02/2011) 91 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Bright ruby-red. Aromas of cassis, plum and licorice. Sweet and densely packed, with dark berry and graphite flavors along with a slight dried-fruit character. I find this a bit low-pitched for a Foley wine despite its sound ripe acidity. Finishes with ...

88-90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2006 Zinfandel Old Vines, which is a blend of old-vine parcels that are too small to be sold as single-vineyards, has a deeper ruby color, with hints of roasted herbs, pepper, nori (seaweed wrapper) intermixed with black cherry, raspberry, plum, and some spice. It is a fleshy wine with loads of fruit, medium to full body, and a supple texture. (RP)" (12/2007) Wine Spectator: "Young and untamed, but gutsy. Bold aromas of huckleberry, smoky meat and sage lead to dense tar, blackberry and cracked pepper tha...

96 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "A bigger, richer wine than the Chaupin (which is normal), the 2006 Chateauneuf du Pape Cuvee Vieilles Vignes comes from the La Janasse and La Crau lieux-dits, and is 80% Grenache and the balance Syrah and Mourvèdre; the Grenache is raised in foudres and demi-muids, and the Syrah and Mourvèdre are raised in small barrels. Full-bodied, rich, decadent and unctuous on the palate, this beauty gives up fabulous notes of dark fruits, dusty soil, licorice, roasted herbs and toasted spice. It needs a short decant if drink...

92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2006 Cantemerle was the "surprise package" of the blind tasting at Farr Vintners' horizontal. It has a conservative nose with rosemary and undergrowth scents that open nicely in the glass, but retain a sense of classicism. The palate is medium-bodied with grainy tannin, lightly spiced red berry fruit, sage and white pepper, quite persistent on the finish, which feels very pure. What an outstanding 2006 Claret - a Cantemerle that punches well above its weight. Tasted April 2016. (NM)" (05/2016) 90 points Jam...

94 points Wine Enthusiast: "Yes, even for a California Pinot, this is a big, strong, full-bodied wine. Southing always is. It could almost morph into a Cabernet Sauvignon. But who cares? It’s compellingly delicious, and isn’t that what wine is all about? Flavorwise, it tastes of cherries, oranges, red currants, violets, raspberries, cedar and peppery spices, with 65% new oak." (12/2008) 92 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Saturated red. Powerfully scented nose displays sexy red and dark berry liqueur, candied cherry and a musky flora...


96 points James Suckling: "A complex nose of smoke, grilled meats, dark fruits, asphalt, and lead pencil. Full bodied, with super fine tannins, fresh acidity and a long complex and fruity finish. This is all about complexity and finesse. " (02/2011) 95 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Full ruby-red. Very ripe aromas of black raspberry, mocha, coffee and nutty oak, plus strong soil tones of spice, tobacco and iron. Wonderfully ripe and full but with a sappy menthol lift to the flavors of currant, minerals, mocha, tobacco and game. The...

2006 Joseph Phelps "Insignia" Napa Valley Bordeaux Blend
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95 points Connoisseurs Guide: "Already amazingly seductive with wonderfully rich aromas of sweet oak, cocoa and fully expressed fruit making a first-rate introduction, this riveting young wine in no way lets up on the palate and delivers deep, multi-faceted flavors that combine ripeness, sweet oak and very precise fruit in near-perfect proportion. As is often the case with Insignia bottlings, it is so beautifully balanced that it invites early drinking, and, while we do not condemn giving in to its charms, we also would lobby strongly for patience as its...


97 points Decanter: "Colour still tight and inky at 10 years old. Smooth, silky, very expressive; this is so powerful it almost lulls you into a false sense of security with the tannin integration on the first attack. Deceptively concentrated, this has persistency and freshness, plus layers of crushed black fruits, tar, cigar smoke and saffron. Right up there with the best wines of the tasting. (JA)" (06/2016) 96 points Wine Enthusiast: "Wonderful sweet fruit, velvet in texture, with concentrated ripe fruits and red berries. This is a wine that rolls s...


Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Good full red. Nose initially dominated by chocolatey oak, with dark cherry and mocha emerging with aeration. Began a bit dry and ponderous, with dominant brown spices, but time in the glass brought brighter and much juicier flavors of raspberry, bitter cherry and dark chocolate. Ultimately lighter on its feet than the Las Alturas bottling, but the broad, dusty tannins call for food." (05/2008) Wine Spectator: "Earthy, dusty dried berry and wild berry flavors are firm and intense without being heavy or tanni...
Price: $44.99

2006 Lopez de Heredia "Viña Tondonia" Reserva Rioja
Top Pick!
95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The red flagship 2006 Viña Tondonia Reserva was inspired by the vineyards of the Médoc but produced with local grapes, 70% Tempranillo, 20% Garnacho, 5% Graciano and 5% Mazuelo, which achieved 13% alcohol in 2006. It always matures in used American oak barriques for some six years. The oldest of all the reds I tasted, it was also the one with more freshness, which speaks to the quality of the vineyard. This takes the lion's share of the 400,000 bottles the winery produces, with some 220,000 bottles filled over a ...

94 points Decanter: "Slowly and confidently inching towards its drinking window, but needs another three to five years before it gets there. Deep plush fruit with tight liquorice root and menthol edging against rich blackberry coulis. Beautiful subtle tension and complexity on display. Really a huge amount that uncurls slowly in the glass. Very seductive. (JA)" (06/2016) 94 points Wine Enthusiast: "Year after year, Lynch-Bages is able to produce sumptuous wines, typically rich, powerful and structured. This is solid, the blackberry ripe fruit envelopin...

2006 Lafite Rothschild, Pauillac (1.5L)
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96 points Wine Enthusiast: "As so often with Lafite, it is power that marks this wine. That, and density of texture. The additional element in this vintage, and at this stage of the wine's development, is a dominant wood element. The vanilla and tannins from the wood match well with the concentrated tannins of the fruit, which is dark, dense and tight. This is a wine for long-term aging: in 15 years this will have superb richness. *Cellar Selection* (RV)" (03/2009) 95 points Wine Spectator: "Plum, sweet tobacco and blackberry aromas follow through to a...

94 points James Suckling: "A soft and fruity red, chocolate and berries aromas and flavors that build on the palate. Full with soft tannins and a long finish. Aftertaste shows plums, toffee and cedar. Citrus too. Turns tannic. Give it three to four years of bottle age. " (01/2011) 93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2006 Brunello di Montalcino is a gorgeous wine graced with red berries, spices, sweet tobacco, cedar and leather. In 2006, the estate’s Brunello has an extra degree of inner sweetness and perfume that make it particularly compelli...

98 points Wine Enthusiast: "With this wine, Dolce cements its status as California’s most consistently great dessert wine. This year’s blend is 80% Sémillon and 20% Sauvignon Blanc, and the grapes were infected with the botrytis, resulting in the fantastic sweetness. Devastating in apricot, orange, pear, honey, vanilla and créme brûlée flavors, in an unctuous, viscous texture, with wonderfully clean acidity, it’s certainly one of the greatest sweet California wines in memory. *#99 on The Enthusiast 100 list of 2011* " (06/2011) 93 points Wine Spectator...



Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The easiest drinking Zinfandel, at least one meant for immediate consumption (although one could argue that all Zinfandels should be consumed in the near-term) is the 2006 Juvenile. Made from the young-vine cuvees at Turley, the wine is a sensual, up-front, medium-bodied Zinfandel with dark ruby color, plenty of berry fruit, but some underbrush, pepper, and spice. (RP)" (12/2007) Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Good full ruby-red. Briary dark berries and licorice on the slightly liqueur-like nose. Spicy red ...
Price: $39.99



From Master of Malt: "Croftengea is the name of the heavily peated single malt produced by Loch Lomond, who make an impressive variety of different styles of whisky at their distillery in the Highlands. This is a single cask bottling of 10 year old Croftengea, aged in a refill butt cask from March 2006 to 2016. It was bottled by The Vintage Malt Whisky Co. as part of their Cooper's Choice range, with 725 bottles produced."
Price: $69.99

97 points Wine Enthusiast: "At the time it was shown as a barrel sample in early 2007, this was the best wine of 2006. That accolade remains. It has all the power of the Cabernet Sauvignon in Pauillac, which was the greatest success of the vintage. That power comes from the dense tannins as well as the black plum and spice flavors and minerality. The texture becomes velvet, giving a final richness, but never losing its long aging potential. In a year that is good, but not at the top, Mouton has made a great wine. *Cellar Selection* (RV)" (03/2009) 96 p...

91 points Vinous: "Bright red color. Ripe red berry and cherry aromas are complemented by clove, mace and cinnamon. Supple and round, with sweet red berry preserve flavors, soft tannins and building ripeness. Maintains admirable clarity on the long, juicy finish, which leaves behind a strong flavor of raspberry. For a rich wine, this is focused and fresh. (ST)" (05/2008) Wine Spectator: "This maturing Pinot delivers vivid, lively, complex notes of wild berry, raspberry, spice and mineral. From Gap's Crown, Dutton-Manzana, Kanzler and Miron vineyards. (...

92 points Wine Spectator: "This has a gravelly texture and chewy dark berry, spicy oak, anise and espresso notes, showing no signs of fading, and the core fruitiness remains vibrant. A solid, sturdy effort. Drink now through 2022. (JL, Web Only-2016)" 91 points Wine Enthusiast: "Not very pleasant now due to the sharpness and bitterness of the texture, as well as the wood tannins that come from aging in 100% new oak. The flavors are primary fruit blackberries, cherries and black currants. This is a big wine now lacking in polish, but it should develop in...


90 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Bright, full ruby-red. Aromas of blackberry, plum syrup and licorice, with dusty and medicinal nuances. Quite tightly wound at present, with an edge of acidity limiting the wine's sweetness today. This possesses a firm core of bitter chocolate and minerals but comes across as rather tannic now, in need of a bit more mid-palate flesh, not to mention bottle aging. (ST) 90+" (05/2009)
Price: $189.99

91 points Wine Enthusiast: "Lots of charm now for the roasted coffeebean, red cherry, pain grillé and sandalwood aromas and flavors that are wrapped into finely ground tannins. Shows real class and elegance despite its mountain tightness. Should develop bottle complexities..." (03/2010) K&L Notes: The Dyer's favor a restrained, balanced style of winemaking that cultivates the characteristics of their vineyard. Diamond Mountain is known for wines of great longevity, minerality, and mega-tannins, and the Dyers know how to optimize the development of the...

91-93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "One of my favorites is the 2006 Zinfandel Dragon Vineyard, which is actually from some of the younger vines that Turley bottles separately. This Howell Mountain offering tips the scales at nearly 16% alcohol and offers a southern Rhone Valley-like notes of lavender, kirsch liqueur, pepper, spice, and loads of blackberry and sweet cherry fruit. The wine has decent acidity, ripe tannin, and a long, heady finish. This is a seductive, complex, and beautiful Zinfandel. (RP)" (12/2007) 92 points Stephen Tanzer's I...

95 points Connoisseurs Guide: "Among the deepest, most complete Cabernets that we have yet encountered from 2006, Shafer's latest tête de cuvee wins high praise for both concentration and keen focus. Its plentiful blackcurrant fruit dovetails perfectly with its equally generous oak, and it flavors build and build en route a long and wonderfully sustained finish. There is great scale and substance about this one, yet the wine manages to avoid being too much, and it will age famously for ten years or more on the strength of its exceptional balance. *Three ...




92 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: " *Outstanding* This is very Pommard in character with a pungently earthy nose featuring underbrush, cassis, blueberry and raspberry aromas that are perhaps not quite as ripe as those of the Fremiers precede rich, full and mildly rustic big-bodied flavors of both muscle and power that coat the mouth on the long finish. There is a lot of dry extract here and the significant tannins are completely buffered. This is a serious Epenots built to age." (04/2009) 91 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Good f...

94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2006 Brunello di Montalcino offers up freshly cut flowers, black cherries, minerals, new leather and menthol in a polished, totally vibrant style that is highly appealing. Over time, the wine’s inner sweetness emerges, hinting at what is in store over the coming years. Still quite firm, the estate’s Brunello will need a few years in the cellar. It will appeal most to readers who like firm, ageworthy wines. This finish impresses for its focus and overall purity. Smoke, underbrush, tar and a host of other aroma...


91 points from Wine Spectator: "Offers a savory mix of spice, freash earth, red currant, berry and light cedary oak, delivered in a full-bodied yet elegant style. Ends with supple tannins. Drink now through 2013. 175 cases made." (Dec. 15, 2008) The new line-up of syrah-based wines from Lewis Cellars is here, and the wines are better than ever. Fans of Napa Valley syrah recognize Lee Hudson's Carneros vineyard as one of the top sources of the varietal in the region. Meaty and peppery with hints of tarragon, thyme, basil and lavender to support the dense ...

92 points Wine Enthusiast: "This is a good, young Oakville Cabernet, showing the firm tannins and black currant and cassis flavors you get from this splendid part of Napa Valley. Too young to appreciate now, but give it three or four years to begin to come around, and it should develop through 2015." (9/1/2009)

92 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Deep, saturated ruby. Wild, superripe black fruit, meat and pepper aromas perked up by a violet topnote. Supersweet and lush but with plenty of tannic support for the powerful, slightly raisiny dark berry flavors. At once denser and sweeter than the Pepperland, but with no shortage of energy. The huge, dusty tannins coat the front teeth. A chewy, no-holds-barred Petite Sirah that's worth laying down. (ST)" (05/2009) 92 points Wine Spectator: "Intense coffee, spice and cola notes are thickly full-bo...