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  1. Benito Ferrara Greco di Tufo D.O.C. 2012

    Benito Ferrara Greco di Tufo DOC 2012

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    The 2012 Benito Ferrara Greco di Tufo rocked our tasting panel, not because it comes across as big or brazen, but because it epitomizes the elegance and flavor of Greco di Tufo, and at the same time it reflects the terroir of the region better than any other Greco. It is grown on hillside vineyards in Frazione San Paolo in Tufo, and it is an authentic descendant of the original Greco vines brought to southern Italy by the Greeks. Lightly...

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  2. Dei Rosso di Montepulciano DOC 2012

    Dei Rosso di Montepulciano DOC 2012

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    Caterina Dei and Nicolò d’Aflitto have a knack for turning out elegant, aromatic Rosso di Montepulciano, and Dei’s 2012 Rosso di Montepulciano is perhaps the estate’s finest to date; as it embodies all the beautiful fruit flavors and soft accessible tannins that make good Rosso di Montepul-ciano so attractive. Brilliant ruby in color and delightfully aromatic with the scents of wild cherry and delicate hints of cinnamon and other exotic spices...

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  3. Denis Dutron Mâcon-Fuissé 2012

    Denis Dutron Mâcon-Fuissé 2012

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    The medium-bodied 2012 Denis Dutron Mâcon-Fuissé offers everything classic white Burgundy from the fabled Mâconnais has to offer. It begins the enchantment with a brilliant, sun-kissed robe, but even better is the wine’s enticing bouquet of freshly picked mountain apples, tropical fruits and oven baked bread. In the mouth, creamy, buttery flavors meld beautifully with the wine’s pure, natural fruit. Pinpoint precision and a racy refreshing...

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  4. Barista South Africa Pinotage 2012

    Barista South Africa Pinotage 2012

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    The deeply brooding color of the 2012 Barista belies the soft fruit and seductive scent of freshly ground coffee that first greets the nose. Blended with the redolence of cranberry, pomegranate and raspberry, the aroma of the 2012 Barista sucked us in even before the first sip. On the palate, one experiences a full burst of coffee, supported by a deep core of red berries and a touch of vanilla. Dry and full of flavor...

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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. Emile Beyer Tradition Pinot Blanc d’Alsace 2012

    Emile Beyer Tradition Pinot Blanc d’Alsace 2012

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    Though always a great wine, the 2012 vintage has taken this estate’s Tradition Pinot Blanc to a new level. Aromas of mountain apples and pears laced with hints of freshly baked bread and soft spices are backed up by finely honed fruit flavors and subtle complexity. Beyer’s 2012 Pinot Blanc is more than just a good quaff: it offers pinpoint minerality as counterpoint to the wine’s gentle fruit flavors and intriguing notes that seem to be pleasantly ever-changing in the glass. Slowly, but persistently, this Pinot Blanc presents various facets and flavors in each sip.

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  8. Cornerstone Stepping Stone Napa Valley Cabernet Franc 2010

    Cornerstone Stepping Stone Napa Valley Cabernet Franc 2010

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    Cabernet Franc enjoys cult status among serious red wine drinkers, and the 2010 Cornerstone Stepping Stone Napa Valley Cabernet Franc provides ample evidence as to why. Cornertstone’s Stepping Stone Cabernet Franc offers a fragrant, gracious bouquet of red and black fruits, fresh cut herbs and tobacco plus a hint of espresso bean. Bright, energetic and downright velvety on the palate, the 2010 Stepping Stone Cabernet Franc excites the drinker with a luscious core of berry fruit, infused with chocolate, and perfectly ripe, well-integrated tannins.

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  9. Domaine Marc Colin Saint-Aubin La Fontenotte 2011

    Domaine Marc Colin Saint-Aubin La Fontenotte 2011

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    The 2011 Marc Colin La Fontenotte embodies elegance, breed and all that makes white Burgundy the world’s most renowned Chardonnay. From a tiny single vineyard that sits alongside the Premier Cru Les Champlots, this wine delights the eye from the moment it is poured. As an opening act, it offers a sparkling sun-kissed robe, followed by an entrancing bouquet of ripe citrus, poached pear, and a hint of wood smoke. With each sip, it caresses the palate with gentle fruit and mineral driven flavors.

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  10. Dei Vino Nobile di Montepulciano 2010

    Dei Vino Nobile di Montepulciano 2010

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    Scoring 94 points, the 2010 Dei Vino Nobile di Montepulciano came in at #38 on this year’s Wine Enthusiast Top 100, and our tasting panel wholeheartedly agrees with the impressive accolade. Caterina Dei and Nicolò d’Aflitto have a knack for turning out flashy, scented, age worthy Vino Nobile, and the 2010 Dei is all of that and more. The wine’s incredible aroma of red and black fruits accented by rose petal and violet scents are precursors to the seamlessly integrated, pure fruit flavors, body, and supreme balance that embody both elegance and power.

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