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  1. Andre Brunel Chateauneuf-du-Pape Les Cailloux 2013

    Andre Brunel Chateauneuf-du-Pape Les Cailloux 2013

    90 points Wine Spectator - Shows a light hint of maturity, as spice and incense accents are starting to emerge from the core of cherry sauce and raspberry preserves. Red licorice and cedar notes line the elegant finish. Drink now through 2025. 450 cases imported. -JM (Aug 31 2017) Learn More
  2. Chateau de Beaucastel Chateauneuf-du-Pape Grand Cuvee Hommage a Jacques Perrin, Rhone 2015
  3. Chateau de Saint Cosme Gigondas Le Claux, Rhone 2015

    Chateau de Saint Cosme Gigondas Le Claux, Rhone 2015

    99 points Wine Advocate - "I loved the 2015 Gigondas Le Claux from barrel (really loved it), and this beauty doesn’t disappoint from bottle. Checking in as 100% Grenache (100% whole clusters and aged in 20% new barrels) from a site located just across the street from the Hominis Fides vineyard, it offers a heavenly bouquet of blackberries, blueberries, camphor, graphite, and licorice. Sensationally concentrated, rich and opulent, with low acidity, gorgeous purity, and a blockbuster finish, it stays light on its feet and graceful. It’s the greatest vintage of this cuvée to date, and you should buy as much as you can." (10/19/17)

    97 points Wine Spectator - " Dark and dense, with a baker's chocolate frame around an immense core of crushed plum, warm fig and boysenberry reduction flavors, while the back end brims with roasted apple wood, warm tar and licorice root notes. Will take some time to fully meld. Best from 2020 through 2040. 475 cases made." (11/30/17)

    94-96 points Vinous - "Brilliant ruby. Heady, mineral-laced red berry liqueur, spicecake and floral pastille aromas are complicated by suggestions of smoky minerals and succulent herbs. Juicy, sharply focused raspberry and bitter cherry flavors show superb concentration and become sweeter with air. The sappy, extremely long finish is framed by supple, slow-building tannins that fold quickly into the plush red fruit." (Sep 2017) Learn More
  4. Chateau de Saint Cosme Gigondas Valbelle, Rhone 2015

    Chateau de Saint Cosme Gigondas Valbelle, Rhone 2015

    96 points Wine Spectator - "This is packed with rich, succulent flavors of fig, boysenberry and blackberry compote, layered with anise, ganache and toasted apple wood notes. The strong, grippy spine is well-embedded through the lengthy finish, while the fruit easily keeps pace. Best from 2019 through 2035. 475 cases made. -JM " (WS)

    94 points Wine Advocate -"The 2015 Gigondas Valbelle is 90% Grenache, blended from five parcels planted more than 80 years ago. Like all of the Saint Cosme Gigondas, it's classically built, with enough tannin to support a decade or more of aging. Plummy yet fresh, it's dark and velvety, with a sexy, silky finish.
    It is always fun to taste with the energetic Louis Barruol in his Roman-era cellar. There seems to be a nearly endless supply of wines to taste, as he now produces five different Gigondas and numerous bottlings under his négociant label (plus a joint venture in New York's Finger Lakes, for those who might not know). The prospective samples of Barruol's 2016 Gigondas were tasted blind at the local syndicat earlier the same day, while reviews of his Northern Rhône wines are scheduled to appear in issue 234." (WA)

    92 points James Suckling - "Blend of 90% grenache and 10% syrah and a more spicy and structured take on the appellation. Attractive dark cherry and plum fruits on the palate. Drink now to 2025. " (JS)

    96 points Jeb Dunnuk - "There are 500 cases of the 2015 Gigondas Valbelle and it's another winner from this estate based on the normal 90/10 split of Grenache and Syrah. Fermented without destemming and aged in 20% new barrels, this beauty boasts a huge nose of smoked meats, pepper, camphor and layered black raspberry and cassis-like fruit. Full-bodied, opulent and powerful, with a big mid-palate and building tannin, it too will benefit from short-term cellaring and keep for two decades. All of these 2015s from Barruol are up near the top of the vintage and well worth the extra effort to track down." (JD) Learn More
  5. Chateau des Fines Roches Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Rhone 2012

    Chateau des Fines Roches Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Rhone 2012

    90-92 points Vinous - Bright violet color. A complex bouquet evokes blackberry, cherry-cola and violet, along with a subtle mineral nuance. Juicy, palate-coating black and blue fruit flavors blend density and energy, with a peppery note adding bite. Fresh and focused on thelong, spicyfinish. Learn More
  6. Clos de Trias Ventoux 2011

    Clos de Trias Ventoux 2011

    Approximately 80% Grenache and a blend of Syrah, Carignan and Cinsault from 40 different parcels are harvested from the biodynamically farmed Triassic soils at the foot of Mt. Ventoux. Learn More
  7. Cochon Volant Corbieres Organic 2013

    Cochon Volant Corbieres Organic 2013

    Smooth nose, with a lot of fruit and spice. Taste is nice, full and rich flavors. Again the spices. Like provence herbs. Learn More
  8. Delas Freres Cotes du Rhone Saint-Esprit, Rhone 2014

    Delas Freres Cotes du Rhone Saint-Esprit, Rhone 2014

    The Saint Esprit's deep color has a dark, plum-like hue. The nose is classical Syrah, with berry fruit, violet, licorice and spices. It has a full, rounded palate with delicate tannins. Saint-Esprit is a unique wine in the Cotes du Rhone appellation. Learn More
  9. Delas Freres Hermitage Domaine des Tourettes-Marquise de la Tourette 2014

    Delas Freres Hermitage Domaine des Tourettes-Marquise de la Tourette 2014

    94 points Wine Advocate - "One of the gems in the vintage is the 2013 Hermitage Domaine des Tourettes, which comes from both the Bessards and Grandes Vignes lieux-dits on Hermitage Hill. Completely destemmed, then vinified in stainless steel and concrete tanks, the wine is aged 18 months in 30% new French oak; it offers terrific notes of dark fruits, graphite and ample minerality in a full-bodied, layered, ripe profile. It’s more approachable than the Les Bessards, yet will still have three decades of longevity." Learn More
  10. Delas Freres Hermitage Les Bessards 2014

    Delas Freres Hermitage Les Bessards 2014

    94 points Wine Spectator - This has solid ripeness for the vintage, with tasty plum, blackberry and anise flavors driving through, inlaid with a mix of bay leaf, white pepper and singed cast iron notes. Nicely integrated. A fresh swath of white pepper and savory checks in on the finish. Best from 2019 through 2030. 35 cases imported. -JM (Dec 15 2017)

    94 points Vinous - Dark purple. A powerful, highly perfumed bouquet evokes ripe black and blue fruits, candied licorice, olive paste, exotic spices and incense and shows a vibrant mineral overtone. Stains the palate with intense blackberry, boysenberry and spicecake flavors that deepen and pick up a sexy floral element with air. Shows a compelling marriage of richness and finesse and finishes extremely long, sappy and sweet, with youthful tannins adding framework. (Jul 2017)

    94 points Wine Advocate - The inky-colored 2014 Hermitage les Bessards (100% Syrah aged 18 months in 30% new barrels) is up with the top wines in the vintage. Deep, rich and concentrated, with beautiful crushed rock-like minerality, liquid violets, cassis, and black raspberry aromas and flavors, it’s medium to full-bodied, impeccably balanced and has building, ripe, polished tannin. This beautiful wine will keep for two decades or more. (Dec 2016) Learn More

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