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93 points Vinous: "Is it possible that the 2011 DB4 might turn out better than the two flagships? Sage, rosemary, tobacco, menthol, sweet spices and red berries meld together in an exquisite, gracious wine loaded with finesse and class. Bright red berries, rose petals, mint and crushed rocks add energy on the finish. The style is medium in body, but there is plenty of energy and cut to ensure years of fine drinking. Today, the DB4 challenges Bryant's top wines. I am not sure that will always be the case, but today, the DB4 is terrific. In 2011, the blend...

91 points James Suckling: "A flavorful red with dark-berry and cherry character. Hints of toasted oak with chocolate. Medium body and a juicy finish. " (08/2018) K&L Notes: This Gran Reserva is from some of their oldest Tempranillo and Graciano vines, planted in 1931 and 1946. It is elegant, generous and a precociously delicious treat for now, or over the next 15 years. Miguel Merino makes, as he likes to put it, an "updated classic" style of Rioja, all from his own 2 hectares of vines and several hectares of vineyards owned by a close friend. All the ...

2011 Abreu "Thorevilos" Napa Valley Bordeaux Blend
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97 points Vinous: "The 2011 Thorevilos is surprisingly open and expressive today, which just makes it all the more pleasurable to taste. Grilled herbs, cedar, tobacco, cloves and licorice add dimensions of nuance to a dark, sumptuous wine endowed with striking balance and pure class. (AG)" (12/2014) 96 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "As good as other cuvées from Abreu are, I am beginning to believe that my favorite vineyard in Napa Valley may be the site that David Abreu co-owns with Ric Forman, the Thorevilos Vineyard. Situated on a steep hills...

91 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Pale medium red. Sexy high-toned aromas of raspberry, strawberry, roasted meat, flowers and minerals. Broad, ripe and quite dry, with very good intensity and a fine-grained texture to its red fruit flavors. Finishes with a light touch. (ST)" (06/2013)

91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Black cherries, plums, spices and new leather all come to life in the 2011 Pinot Noir Occidental Ridge Vineyard. Fresh, vibrant and beautifully delineated, the 2011 impresses for its nuance. The 2011 is a bit lighter than most recent vintages, but at the same time, the wine retains a buoyancy and vibrancy that is hugely appealing. Saline notes support the bright finish. This is a gorgeous showing. Anticipated maturity: 2014-2021. (AG)" (04/2013)

97 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2011 Barolo Riserva Novantesimo is a proud and exuberant wine that does enormous justice to the vintage and to the mighty Nebbiolo grape. This is remembered as a warm growing season, and this wine is richly layered, generous and beautifully intense as a result. Dark cherry aromas are folded within spice, cured tobacco and leather. The best part is that subtle crunch or snap you get on the palate, thanks to the fresh acidity that is neatly integrated within. (ML)" (08/2017) 97 points Wine Enthusiast: "Presse...

Jancis Robinson: "Mid ruby with a narrow, orange rim. Balsamic oak and spice and subdued fruit on the nose. Supple and ripe palate with a broad, tannic finish. Not overtly complex, but does the job. Drink through 2028. (WS)" (06/2015) Wine Enthusiast: "Aromas of toast, oak, espresso and a whiff of rubber lead the nose and carry over to the firm palate, along with dried black cherry and oak driven spice. It's still tightly wound, with an astringent finish. Give it another year or two for the tannins to unclench. (KO)" (02/2016)
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90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The first wine produced at the property was the 2011 El Sacramento, a majority of Tempranillo with 3% Graciano from their estate vineyards in Laguardia, where the vines are planted on clay and limestone soils at 500 meters in altitude. They want to combine power and elegance in a wine that aims at having aging potential while being tasty and balanced. The year was very dry and warm, and the best bunches from their Sacramento vineyard, planted mostly in 1986, were fermented in stainless steel vats followed by malo...

Wine Spectator: "Firm, tight and dense, with a compact array of spice, dark berry, cedar, dusty earth and dry oak flavors. Full-bodied and balanced, this veers toward the drying, tannic side on the finish. (JL)" (10/2014)
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The Beckstoffer website offers this history of the Georges III Vineyard: "Historical records show that a portion of this vineyard was planted in 1895 by Mrs. Thomas Rutherford. This 300-acre parcel first purchased by Beaulieu founder Georges de Latour in 1928 and called Beaulieu Vineyard Number 3, was the home to BV’s Rutherford Cabernets made by the renowned winemaker Andre Tchelistcheff. These wines achieved wide acclaim in the 1960’s and 70’s, establishing BV’s pre-eminence in the making of fine Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. Purchased by Beckstoffer...
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Wine Spectator: "Presents a trim, lively mix of black licorice, wild berry, spice and subtle floral scents that are pure and persistent, ending with ripe, fine-grained tannins. (JL, Web Only-2013)"
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