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2003 Craigellachie 16 Year Old "Old Particular" K&L Exclusive Single Sherry Butt Cask Strength Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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One of the most distinctive malts in all of Scotland. Craigellachie utilizes worm tubs with a very low copper content that, in combination with very long fermentation times, contributes to a rare and desirable sulfurous trait in whisky (not to be confused with the strong and undesirable sulfurous notes occasionally found in older sherry butts that were treated to prevent spoilage). The end result is a pungent aroma that when young is often described as meaty or like boiled cabbage, but when matured works its way into complex sweet fragrances such as pine...
Price: $109.99

95 points James Suckling: "I might have a slight preference for this over the 2001 but I can’t make up my mind yet. It seems to have more richness and sweetness, with loads of apple tart, caramel and spice character. The noble rot certainly did its good here. Long, long finish. Beautiful sweet wine. Drink or hold." (07/2013) 95 points Wine Spectator: "This is very sweet and rich on the nose, with toffee, honey and spices. Full-bodied, with thick honey, spice, dried apricot and syrup flavors. Lasts for minutes on the palate. Big botrytis bomb. Love it. ...
Price: $48.99

Joël Taluau is a fabulous grower in St-Nicolas-de-Bourgueil, known for making some of the purest expressions of Cabernet Franc in the Loire. All his hand-harvested cuvées are based on vine age and soil composition, and the wines are fermented and aged in stainless steel with a light fining and no filtration before bottling. The Vieilles Vignes, from a single plot planted in 1934, has power, depth and grace; this, their flagship wine, will improve for the next 7-9 years but can be enjoyed now for those of you who like a mouthful of wine.
Price: $34.99

100 points James Suckling: "This is an extraordinary Champagne with super density and richness, yet it’s so formed and fresh. Full-bodied with layers and layers of fruit. It’s sort of a beast! But absolutely fascinating and hard to describe. Mind-blowing! Purity and chic. This was a tiny crop of one third from this one-hectare vintage. 1,000 bottles made. Drink or hold." (12/2020)
Price: $499.99

Château L’Avocat is from the small commune of Cerons, which is located just north of Barsac and Sauternes in the southern Graves appellation. I met Nicola Allison at a small conference of Women from Bordeaux and Napa Valley in Napa earlier. She followed my advice by sending her wines to our hotel in April to be tasted, and Clyde and I liked them. I followed up by visiting the estate almost eight weeks later and was shown the gravely, plateau vineyards by her husband Sean, who manages the vines. The vineyards were purchased by the Allisons in 2002; the fr...
Price: $34.99

94 points John Gilman: "I had some very fine examples of the 2003 German vintage on this trip (in the spring of 2013) and the ’03 Prüm Wehlener Sonnenuhr Auslese was one of the best. The deep, ripe and complex nose offers up a very stylish bouquet of pineapple, pear, orange zest, honeycomb, slate and a nice touch of Chartreuse-like botanicals in the upper register. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bdoied, complex and just starting to blossom with secondary elements, with a fien core, lovely focus and balance and a long, quite crisp (particularly for ...
Price: $79.99

96 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2003 Riesling Zöbinger Ried Heiligenstein is one of the most fascinating wines I have ever tasted from Willi Bründlmayer. The grapes went through hell in summer 2003, and although they were ripe by the end of September, they were not picked until the end of October in the snow at zero degrees Celsius (32 degrees Fahrenheit). The resulting wine is full of finesse on the nose. Bottled with 15% alcohol, the wine opens pure, fresh, very delicate and complex, with the obligatory flinty, herbal and coolish yet ripe...
Price: $89.99

95 points Wine Spectator: "Very clean and focused, with an intensity that belies its delicate profile. Wonderful aromas and flavors of apricot, flowers and slate, with pinpoint balance and a long, almost salty aftertaste. Deceptive and completely disarming in its appeal. Drink now through 2030. *Collectibles* (BS)" (03/2005) 94 points John Gilman: "This 2003 Goldkapsel Auslese from the Wehlener Sonnenuhr, AP #9, spent three and a half to four years in tank prior to its bottling in 2007. This is a beautiful wine, showing more complexity and refinement t...
Price: $159.99

The German Family named Kopke came from Hamburg to Lisbon in 1636. Two years later, in 1638, Christiano Kopke established himself in Oporto, as merchant and exporter of Portuguese products, and he started the export of Portuguese wines already produced in the region, as part of his business. When the Wine - then known as Portwine - was recognized, the House of Kopke which is today the oldest Portwine's export firm, was one of the leaders in the field. Through many generations, the company was run by several members of Kopke's family, obtaining an excelle...
Price: $69.99

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