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2009 Bodegas Sierra Salinas Puerto Salinas Alicante (Spain) $14.99
“Composed of 66% Monastrell, 19% Garnacha and 15% Cabernet Sauvignon aged for one year in both new and 2-year-old French oak, it displays an inky/purple color along with notes of road tar, melted asphalt, blackberry liqueur, camphor, graphite and forest floor. The wine is complex, full-bodied, rich and intense with terrific purity and wonderful overall balance. It is one more example of a wine that completely over-delivers. Enjoy it over the next 2-3 years.” 92 Robert Parker
2010 Rafael Palacios Louro Do Bolo Godello (Spain) $18.99
“The 2010 Louro is also 100% Godello aged for 8 months in foudre. Fragrant minerals, fennel, and white fruits lead to a creamy textured, richly fruity palate. Impeccably balanced and very lengthy, it is an outstanding value that will provide pleasure for another 3-4 years.” 91 Wine Advocate
2010 Chateau Vitallis Pouilly Fuisse (France) $19.99
“Over a century old and situated in the heart of the picturesque village of Fuisse, Chateau Vitallis is one of the few “large” estates in the region. They cultivate a mere 26 acres of high quality vines. The estate was founded by the Dutron family in 1835 and run by Denis Dutron since 1981. The estate is known for its old vines, some of which are over 65 years old. The average age is 35 years. The vineyards are situated on Southeast facing slopes at an altitude of 750 to 900 feet in the villages of Fuisse and Solutre.”
2011 Domaine Fournier Pere et Fils Sancerre (France) $19.99
“Claude Fournier is the 10th generation of his family to make wine. His wife, Eliane, is the 13th. After many years of hard work Domaine Fournier is now one of the most important estates in Sancerre. The Sancerre vineyards include top sites in the villages of Verdigny, Sancerre, Bue and Maimbray, which enables them to produce wines of sophistication and complexity. They are able to control every detail of the process from planting the vines all the way through to bottling; and use only the very best selections for their wines.”
2010 Saladin Côtes-du-Rhone Loï Rouge $19.99
“Loï,” the red Côtes du Rhône, brings its creator, Louis Saladin, to the fore. “Loï” is the Provençal nickname for Louis. It also pays tribute to Saint Louis, “Looïs,” an adversary of Sultan Saladin during the 13th century crusades. No chemicals of any kind have ever been used at the property. Wine is ‘Agriculture Biologique’ (Certified Organic) by ‘Ecocert.’ Grapes are hand-picked and the Grenache and Carignan are blended in small vats. A short semi– carbonic maceration takes place with no chemical additives except for a very limited amount of sulphite, then the wine is aged for nine months in concrete tanks. Predominantly Grenache (red and white) rounded off by some Syrah and Carignan.
2009 Mas d’en Compte Blanco Priorat (Spain) $24.99
“The 2009 Blanco is a blend of 50% Garnacha Blanc from vines over 80 years of age, Xarel-lo, and Piquepoul aged for 6 months in French and American oak. Gold in color with a very perfumed nose of mineral, popcorn, baking spices, and melon, on the palate it is creamy-textured, rich, spicy, and very lengthy. This impeccably balanced white is likely to evolve for 2-3 years and drink well for a decade.” 92 Wine Advocate
2009 Jerome Quiot Les Combes d’Arnevel Châteauneuf-du-Pape (France) $29.99
“This is ready-to-drink Châteauneuf. A charming raspberry flavor mixes easily with a dried herb note, while the tannins are supple and the texture is creamy. Drink it over the next 5-6 years.” WE
NV Magenta Brut Champagne, Epernay (France) $29.99
“Thierry Lombard’s family business is Champagne. It was established in 1925 in the village of Magenta near Epernay, the heart of the Champagne region. He represents the third generation of his family in the Champagne business. Their traditional underground cellars in Epernay contain several million bottles, quietly aging. The Brut Superiure has a minimum of 4 years age. The Cuvee is 90% Pinot , with a high proportion of mature Meunier and 10% Chardonnay. This produces a wine of great elegance and depth of flavor.”
2010 Andre Perret St. Joseph Les Grisieres (France) $35.99
“The 2010 St.-Joseph Les Grisieres is brilliant. A spectacular wine, it boasts a dense ruby/purple color as well as an exceptional bouquet of lead pencil shavings, black currants and black cherries. It is a fuller-bodied, denser, richer cuvee produced from Perret’s finest parcels. The wine has sweet enough tannin to be consumed now, or cellared for 10-12 years.” 93 Robert Parker
2011 Domaine Bernard Moreau Chassagne-Montrachet Villages (France) $49.99
“An expressive and broad-ranging nose features notes of resin, fennel, white orchard fruit and apricot hints. There is plenty of punch and good if not special delineation to the focused and solidly voluminous flavors that also display a saline hint on the moderately long and reasonably well-layered finish.” - Burghound