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2009 Château la Croix des Moines Lalande de Pomerol $23.99
“Hints at deep aromas of blackberry, violet and chocolate. Pure blackcurrant, plum and mineral flavors are nicely complicated by truffle and smoky nuances. This smooth, stylish midweight finishes smooth and persistent, with enticing cinnamon and pomegranate nuances. This should gain in flesh with a couple years of bottle aging and should make a very satisfying bottle.” (IWC)
2009 Château Dutruch Grand Poujeaux Moulis en Médoc $27.99
“Ripe and direct, with toasted spice framing the core of black licorice and roasted plum fruit. There’s a nice fleshy edge on the finish. Drink now through 2015.” – Wine Spectator
2009 Château Croix du Rival Lussac Saint-Emilion $32.99
“This has nicely roasted wood spice and licorice notes framing the core of dark plum and blackberry fruit. Shows good flesh on the cocoa powder-tinted finish, with a good buried mineral edge. Drink now through 2015.” – Wine Spectator
2009 Château Soleil Puisseguin Saint-Emilion $34.99
“This isn’t shy about its toast, with espresso and licorice snap notes leading the way, but there’s vibrant acidity driving the sweet plum and fig fruit along, with a good mineral twinge on the finish. Drink now.” – 90 Points Wine Spectator
2009 Château Le Crock Sainte Estephe $34.99
91 Points Wine Spectator: “This is ripe, with a succulent core of braised fig and crushed plum framed by tangier iron and savory herb notes, which stay defined through the nicely racy finish. Not big, but persistent and focused.”
2008 Château Prieure-Lichine Margaux $59.99
“A sleeper of the vintage, this is a pure sexpot of a Margaux with lots of spring flower, jammy black cherry, black currant, graphite and smoky characteristics. With loads of fruit, a round, opulent texture and outstanding purity, this up-front, evolved, classic, medium to full-bodied Margaux can be enjoyed now and over the next 10-15 years.” – 90 Points Robert Parker
2009 Château La Gomerie Saint-Emilion $63.99
“This wine now exhibits the evolved, full- bodied, opulent style for which this 100% Merlot cuvee is renowned. Abundant mocha, cranberry liqueur, kirsch, licorice and subtle espresso roast and smoke (from new barriques) characteristics are found in this attractive St.-Emilion. Some of the concerns I had early on were not evident in the bottle, although I do not believe the 2009 is as flashy and concentrated as La Gomerie’s greatest efforts can be. Drink the 2009 over the next 15+ years.” – 91 Points Robert Parker
2006 Château Malescot St. Exupery Margaux $74.99
91+ Points Robert Parker: “…this is another outstanding effort from an estate that has been doing everything right for some time. Notes of graphite, black currant liqueur, incense, and camphor make for a complex and intensely penetrating set of aromatics. Dark ruby/purple, medium to full-bodied, with superb concentration and moderate tannin, this is a beauty of finesse and substance that should be at its best between 2012 and 2024.”
2009 Château Canon Saint-Emilion $159.99
94 Points Robert Parker: “The finest Canon since the 1982, the 2009 (75% Merlot and 25% Cabernet Franc) reveals a dense blue/purple color along with a classic nose of chalk dust, blueberries, black raspberries, black currants and a touch of wood smoke. Medium to full-bodied, elegant and loaded with an inner framework of minerality and moderately high tannins, this backward, but stylish, concentrated Canon will benefit from 7-8 years of cellaring and last for three decades.”
2010 Château Duhart-Milon- Rothschild Pauillac $149.99
94-96 Points Robert Parker: “This large estate (190 acres) has been on a qualitative rise for nearly a decade. A classic Pauillac, the opaque purple-colored 2010, a blend of 73% Cabernet Sauvignon and 27% Merlot, reveals beautiful notes of creme de cassis, licorice, tobacco leaf and forest floor. Bigger and more muscular than most previous vintages, this full-bodied Pauillac possesses stunning density as well as intensity. Atypically high in alcohol for this property, it requires 5-7 years of cellaring and should age effortlessly for 25-30 years.” – RP
2010 Château Carruades de Lafite Pauillac $399.99
“Composed of 50% Cabernet Sauvignon and the rest mostly Merlot and a dollop of Cabernet Franc, the beautiful 2010 Carruades de Lafite may turn out to be one of the finest yet produced (although I still have a weakness for the brilliant 2003, which is drinking beautifully at present). Notes of charcoal, black currants, sweet cherries, licorice, herbs and cedar are all present in this full-bodied, opulent, stunning second wine. It will be drinkable upon release and should last for 20 or more years.” 91-94 Points Robert Parker