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  1. Sherwood Estate Waipara Pinot Noir 2012

    Sherwood Estate Waipara Pinot Noir 2012

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    Sherwood’s 2012 Estate Waipara Pinot Noir offers an elegant medium body and beautiful aromatics. It’s also positively easy to drink. In short, this sleek and balanced wine provides all the attributes one can desire from well-made, cool weather Pinot Noir. It offers a haunting aroma of ripe strawberry, cherry and sweet plum notes interlaced with delicate spice before lavishing the palate with a wonderful mélange of fruit, earth, and Asian spice. Fine grained tannins frame this round, fruit forward Pinot Noir and give the wine a refreshing, graceful finish.

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  2. Cantine Antonio Caggiano Devon Greco di Tufo Campania 2012

    Cantine Antonio Caggiano Devon Greco di Tufo Campania 2012

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    The 2012 Antonio Caggiano Devon Greco di Tufo graciously offers up a fresh, captivating bouquet of soft round fruit flavors tempered by a fresh splash of sea spray. Add in deft touches of acacia flower, dried honey, and quince and you’re ready to take the first sip. Caggiano’s 2012 Greco di Tufo fills the mouth with clean, lingering flavors that enliven the senses. Full-flavored, but not unctuous, this Greco offers beautiful balance and superb texture – and unlike lesser white wines, Greco di Tufo evolves in the glass for up to an hour or more, much like a fine red wine.

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  3. Fore Family Vineyards Red Hills Lake County Cabernet Sauvignon 2008

    Fore Family Vineyards Red Hills Lake County Cabernet Sauvignon 2008

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    This big, brooding Cabernet offers an exceedingly deep, dark color and plenty to chew on, as well as a wealth of complex flavors that can evolve in the glass for hours. The aroma is entrancing: deep berry fruits entwined with clove, cinnamon, cardamom, a dash of Angostura bitters and a hint of freshly roasted coffee. Expansive on the mid palate, it quickly reveals a core of deep down black currant flavors with deft touches of exotic spices. On the finish, the wine’s well integrated tannins let you know there’s plenty of life ahead of it – enjoy now through 2020 and beyond.

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  4. Château Sainte-Eulalie La Cantilène Minervois La Livinière 2010

    Château Sainte-Eulalie La Cantilène Minervois La Livinière 2010

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    The 2010 Château Sainte-Eulalie La Cantilène’s deep, nearly impenetrable color beckons the taster, but it’s truly this Minervois’ expressive set of aromatics and profound flavors that make it hard to resist. The scents and savors of wild berries, black fruits, herbs, roses and violets offer plenty for the senses to savor, but the most exciting element of this satisfying wine is its ability to evolve slowly and seductively with each successive sip. La Cantilène is drinking beautifully now, yet will continue to take on weight and depth with just an additional year or two in bottle.

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  5. Downes Family Vineyards Elgin Valley Semillon 2012

    Downes Family Vineyards Elgin Valley Semillon 2012

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    It’s no wonder critics have bestowed 92+ ratings on this wine: the beautiful aroma and flavor profile of the 2012 Downes Family Semillon reminds us of the exceptional semillon-based white wines produced by Bordeaux’s top châteaux. A complex cache of sappy flavors reminiscent of citrus, dried honey, herb, and melon greet the nose and palate, and all are perfectly packed into a balanced harmonious structure. In this Semillon, one finds elegance, flavor, and that indefinable “Je ne sais quoi.” Everything about this wine echoes breed and class.

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  6. Jacques Girardin Clos Rousseau Premier Cru Santenay 2010

    Jacques Girardin Clos Rousseau Premier Cru Santenay 2010

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    Although still in its youth, the 2010 Clos Rousseau red Burgundy is already delicious and reveals itself as a charming and satisfying dinner companion. This appealing ruby red wine immediately ingratiates itself with a set of pretty aromatics that begin with soft scents of ripe cherries and strawberries mingled with a fresh woodsy aroma. An incomparable silky texture conveys its delicate fruit and spice flavors, and in keeping with Girardin’s penchant for producing wines of eminent breeding and grace, the 2010 Clos Rousseau finishes with a soft, satisfying glow.

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  7. Domaine Moreux Les Monts Damnés Sancerre 2011

    Domaine Moreux Les Monts Damnés Sancerre 2011

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    The 2011 Les Monts Damnés sits at the pinnacle of Domaine Moreaux’s exceptional offerings, stating its case from the moment it is poured. The wine’s intense melon and mineral driven aroma soars from the glass to delight the nose. Better still is the bevy of flavors that grace the palate. The 2011 Moreux Les Monts Damnés acts every bit the quintessential Sancerre, offering up pure intense flavors of herb, melon, fig, and passion fruit, all of which are perfectly balanced by a deep pinpoint minerality and a juicy acidity that leave the mouth fresh and clean.

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  8. Domaine Raspail-Ay Gigondas 2010

    Domaine Raspail-Ay Gigondas 2010

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    Like Dominique Ay’s highly acclaimed 2007 Gigondas, his 2010 Gigondas is a wine that can be drunk now with pleasure or cellared for up to ten years. Deeply colored, it offers haunting aromas of black cherry and berry fruits, herbs, violets, pepper, and spice. It then explodes with rich kirsch like flavors reminiscent of a heady liqueur, wild herbs, and hints of black pepper – all backed by ripe tannins that frame the wine’s striking flavor profile. This young Gigondas finishes with authority, brandishing plenty of power and flavor as it makes its long, memorable exit.

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  9. Castello di Monsanto Chianti Classico Riserva DOCG 2009

    Castello di Monsanto Chianti Classico Riserva DOCG 2009

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    The 2009 Castello di Monsanto Chianti Classico Riserva has garnered tremendous press, scoring 93 points from the world’s toughest critics and earning a place on Wine Spectator’s list of Top 100 Wines of the Year, so what more can we say? Plenty. This iconic estate has crafted a dense, rich, authoritative wine that offers succulent scents and savory flavors of ripe cherries, violets, tobacco, and spice. Plenty of up front fruit softens the wine’s ripe tannins, lending balance and roundness. Most of all, layers of flavor and great warmth translate into tremendous palate appeal.

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  10. Château Sainte Eulalie Plaisir d’Eulalie Minervois 2012

    Château Sainte Eulalie Plaisir d’Eulalie Minervois 2012

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    For our money, Château Eulalie’s 2012 Plaisir d’Eulalie Minervois is the finest Plaisir to date, and considering the excellent quality of the 2010 and 2009 Plaisirs that says a lot. The 2012 Plaisir d’Eulalie Minervois mixes juicy, deep fruit flavors with rich, polished tannins, adding a certain flamboyance and intensity to the wine. It is an intense, full-bodied wine with alluring aromas of black cherry, fennel, violet, and dried Provencal herbs and flowers. Full of juicy fruit flavors and ripe tannins, it strikes the ideal balance between fruit and structure.

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