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  1. Casa Silva Reserva Carmenère 2010

    Casa Silva Reserva Carmenère 2010

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    A deep purple wine with ruby highlights, Casa Silva’s flamboyant 2010 Reserva Carmenère provides a feast for the nose as well as the palate, offering up a heady bouquet of ripe blackberries, red bell pepper, woodland herbs, and delicate spices, which aptly prepare the palate for its cornucopia of flavors. On the palate, the essences of forest berries mingle with subtle earth tones and delicate notes of coffee and dark chocolate. Immediately attractive is its layer of soft tannin, which defines and frames the wine’s many flavors without overpowering them.

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  2. Klein Constantia Sauvignon Blanc 2012

    Klein Constantia Sauvignon Blanc 2012

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    Refined, yet immensely flavorful, balanced, and mouth filling, the fresh, youthful 2012 Klein Constantia Sauvignon Blanc offers a complex aroma of gooseberry, citrus, passion fruit, and much more. It follows with crisp minerality, a subtle hint of clover, and pure fruit flavors that include melon, papaya, passion fruit, and sweet lime. This impeccable offering is nothing short of outstanding. It blows away all but the very top French Sancerres and other New World pretenders, and at a price that allows more than multimillionaires a chance to enjoy it.

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  3. Demarie Roero Arneis 2012

    Demarie Roero Arneis DOCG 2012

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    In Roero, the name Arneis is given to someone who is extroverted and charismatic, but also a bit rebellious – a description that aptly fits Demarie’s 2012 Roero Arneis. There’s nothing delicate about this wine, although it never comes across brash or crass. Dry, persistent and mouth filling, it presents a rather pronounced aroma of apricots and wild white peaches steeped with broom and chamomile. And on the palate, this Roero Arneis reveals full, robust fruit flavors tempered by subtle floral tones, a deft hint of fennel and a hint of almond as it slips down the throat.

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  4. Serpaia di Endrizzi Serpaiolo Rosso Maremma Toscana IGT 2011

    Serpaia di Endrizzi Serpaiolo Rosso Maremma Toscana IGT 2011

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    Endrizzi’s 2011 Serpaiolo offers the opportunity to enjoy a “Super Tuscan” at a price that most of us can afford. Newly released “Super Tuscans” can easily cost $60.00, $80.00, and even $200.00+ per bottle, making the 2011 Serpaiolo Rosso a veritable bargain. A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Sangiovese, it offers an intense aroma of cassis, tobacco, and fine grained leather. In the mouth, the wine is rich, round and layered. It offers ripe, refined tannins and a harmonious structure that should carry it forward for at least several more years.

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  5. Bersano Gavi DOCG 2011

    Bersano Gavi DOCG 2011

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    Bersano’s 2011 Gavi embodies the ideal balance for which the Cortese grape of Gavi is renowned. From the wine’s bright sun-kissed robe to the last savory sip, the 2011 Bersano Gavi offers a harmony that can’t help but bring forth a smile. Fragrant with the scents of summer fruits, most notably apple, apricot and pear, the wine continues to delight in the mouth where a welcome draught of the Cortese grape offers soft, perfectly textured fruit and a clean, crisp finish. It’s hard to find something not to like about the 2011 Bersano Gavi.

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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. Cornerstone Stepping Stone North Coast Rocks! White 2011

    Cornerstone Stepping Stone North Coast Rocks! White 2011

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    This formidable blend comes across as one of the most distinctive and enjoyable white wines in the market. Who would have thought that Chardonnay and Gewurztraminer would marry so well? Bright, hauntingly aromatic, rich and spicy, the 2011 Stepping Stone Rocks! White offers one tasty mouthful. This seductive blend presents a broad, juicy mid palate, delivering a stylish mélange of apple, apricot, and melon fruit infused with exotic spices. Better still, the wine remains dry and finishes with gentle acidity that allows the wine to linger pleasantly in the mouth.

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  9. Cornerstone Stepping Stone North Coast Rocks! Red 2011

    Cornerstone Stepping Stone North Coast Rocks! Red 2011

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    Composed of Zinfandel, Merlot, and Grenache, Stepping Stone’s 2011 Rocks! Red delivers a unique mélange of California, Bordeaux, and the Rhône Valley. The wine offers up a heady bouquet of blackberry jam and currant fruit along with a pleasant toasty quality born of oak barrel ageing. Full bodied and nearly overwhelming upon the first sip, the 2011 Rocks! Red reveals deep down fruit flavors and husky tannins, then smoothes out to reveal a creamy mid palate with lots of luscious fruit and barrel flavors that made us keep coming back for more.

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  10. 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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