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  1. Herdade de Gambia Peninsula de Setubal 2012

    Herdade de Gambia Peninsula de Setubal 2012

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    If first impressions matter, the 2012 Herdade de Gambia Peninsula de Setubal gets off to a great start. Not only is Herdade de Gambia’s label both beautiful and unique, the first draught of this deep ruby, eye catching concoction should be enough to seal the deal. Concentrated aromas of wild blackberry and mulberry, exotic spices, and vanilla caress the nose. However, it is on the palate that Herdade de Gambia works its real, magic.

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  2. Château Beauregard Ducasse Cuvée Albertine Peyri Graves 2012

    Château Beauregard Ducasse Cuvée Albertine Peyri Graves 2012

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    Displaying a brilliant crystalline color and a delightful array of floral and fruit tones to tantalize the nose, the 2012 Château Beauregard Ducasse Cuvée Albertine Peyri immediately ingratiates itself to the thirsty palate. Dry, yet rich in flavor from the preponderance of Semillon, along with a strong supporting role from ripe Sauvignon Blanc, this Cuvée Albertine Peyri captures the inherent beauty of white Graves: delicacy and minerality

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  3. Château Margüi L’Or des Pierres Blanc Côteaux Varois 2012

    Château Margüi L’Or des Pierres Blanc Côteaux Varois 2012

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    Château Margüi’s 2012 L’Or des Pierres Blanc reflects the pristine environment of Philippe and Marie Guillanton’s beautifully restored estate. The estate’s exceptional white wine also underscores the merits of bio-dynamic viticulture and the importance of limiting yields in order to produce world class wine. In the 2012 L’Or des Pierres Blanc, a fine complex aroma awaits the eager taster, offering scents of pear, almond, and dried honey with a citrus...

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  4. Terrer d’Aubert D.O. Tarragona Cabernet Sauvignon 2010

    Terrer d’Aubert Tarragona Cabernet Sauvignon 2010

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    The intensity of the 2010 Terrer d’Aubert shows in the wine’s saturated purple color, yet the 2010 Terrer d’Aubert maintains a rich, harmonious balance reminiscent of Classified Bordeaux and the greatest Spanish Cabernet based wines of nearby Priorato. In short, we were a bit blown away, as 2010 is Terrer d’Aubert’s debut vintage. As an opening act, the wine offers a heady bouquet, a pleasing combination of pure blackberry and cassis fruit married...

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  5. Bodegas Gormaz Viña Gormaz Rueda Verdejo 2012

    Bodegas Gormaz Viña Gormaz Rueda Verdejo 2012

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    Viña Gormaz continues to be a source of exceptionally tasty Verdejo, as the delicious 2012 Viña Gormaz Rueda Verdejo amply attests. To initiate the appeal, the wine opens with the savory scents and flavors of apricot, citrus, melon, and spring flowers that tantalize the nose and palate. Medium-bodied and immediately gratifying the 2012 Viña Gormaz Rueda makes a great first impression, so much so that one could easily dismiss it as an exceptional...

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  6. Querciola Barbera d’Alba DOC 2011

    Querciola Barbera d’Alba DOC 2011

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    The 2011 Querciola Barbera d’Alba extends Sergio Gomba’s hot hand with Barbera, which merely serves to underscore Gomba’s ability to consistently fashion velvety smooth Barbera d’Alba that is both satisfying and easy to drink. Like its predecessors, the 2011 vintage clearly expresses the sensual side of Barbera. The 2011 Querciola Barbera d’Alba offers up a savory aroma that reminds us of the greatest Barbera wines of yesteryear. And, instead of...

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  7. Eidos de Padriñán Rias Baixas Albariño 2012

    Eidos de Padriñán Rias Baixas Albariño 2012

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    Albariño renders what many consider to be Spain’s finest white wine, and Eidos enjoys a position at the very top of the game. Classic in all respects, the 2012 Eidos de Padriñán is emblematic of what Albariño has to offer. Bob Sprentall of B-21 called the 2012 Eidos “The finest Albariño I have ever tasted,” and awarded it 94 points. And we concur. Stephen Tanzer of International Wine Cellar gave it 91 points and waxed over its beauty, too. Selected from...

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  8. Tremonte Centauro 2010

    Tremonte Centauro 2010

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    Some wines strut their power and offer up a huge, muscular body along with more than their fair share of tannin to impress, while others ingratiate themselves with subtle complex flavors that require patience and a taste for refinement. Tremonte’s 2010 Centauro, which is an exclusive offering of The International Wine of the Month Club, makes its case with eminent drinkability. In other words, we couldn’t stop drinking this wine. Centauro...

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  9. Molnar Family Poseidon’s Vineyard Carneros Pinot Noir 2011

    Molnar Family Poseidon’s Vineyard Carneros Pinot Noir 2011

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    The 2011 Molnar Family Poseidon’s Vineyard Pinot Noir is one suave, sophisticated Pinot Noir. Seductive in the nose, it offers enticing scents of crushed strawberries, cherry and plum along with a seductive hint of exotic spice. Dressed in a silky smooth body, the wine’s caressing aromatics happily follow through on the palate and mingle with hints of forest woodlands, herbs, and a cachet of Asian spices. Smooth, textured, and expansive in...

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  10. Thomas Alexander Le Tigre Paso Robles 2010

    Thomas Alexander Le Tigre Paso Robles 2010

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    Like its namesake, the 2010 Thomas Alexander Le Tigre is an endangered species: only 175 cases of the 2010 Le Tigre was produced. “Rare but beautiful” is how one tasting panel member described this wine. “California Châteauneuf-du-Pape,” added another. Needless to say, we liked this wine a lot, but we were equally impressed by Thomas Pitchon, Le Tigre’s animated, down to earth winemaker and proprietor of Thomas Alexander wines.

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