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  1. Chateau de Beaucastel Chateauneuf-du-Pape Grand Cuvee Hommage a Jacques Perrin, Rhone 2015
  2. Chateau de Beaucastel Cotes du Rhone Coudoulet de Beaucastel, Rhone 2015
  3. Chateau Juvenal 'Les Ribes du Vallat' Ventoux Rouge, Rhone 2016

    Chateau Juvenal 'Les Ribes du Vallat' Ventoux Rouge, Rhone 2016

    93 points Jeb Dunnuck
    "Even better and one of the best values I've seen in a long time, the 2016 Ventoux Les Ribes du Vallat checks in as a blend of 70% Grenache and 30% Syrah brought up all in stainless steel. It offers a huge nose of garrigue, saddle leather, rare meat and loads of blackcurrant fruit. With full-bodied richness, a ripe, decadent, opulent profile and no hard edges, it's a no-brainer purchase and ideal for drinking over the coming 2-4 years." JD (10/2017) Learn More
    $12.98
  4. Chateau Saint Martin de la Garrigue Coteaux du Languedoc Bronzinelle 2016
  5. 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
    $14.98
  6. 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
    $89.98
  7. 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
    $224.98
  8. Domaine du Vieux Telegraphe 'Piedlong' Chateauneuf du Pape  2014

    Domaine du Vieux Telegraphe 'Piedlong' Chateauneuf du Pape 2014

    Speaking of great terroirs… Piedlong, the highest parcel of Châteauneuf-du-Pape, may be the best there is for Grenache. This cuvée is really a showcase for Grenache at its finest: while there’s plenty of the brawn and masculinity one would expect, with this terroir it’s “on the rocks,” so to speak, cool, drinkable, bright, and lively. There’s also a splash of Mourvèdre in there, from the neighboring Pignan parcel, which contributes what I’ve heard referred to as the “venison touch.” Learn More
    $49.98
  9. Domaine Giraud Chateauneuf-du-Pape Premices 2015

    Domaine Giraud Chateauneuf-du-Pape Premices 2015

    90-92 points Vinous - Vivid ruby-red. Sharply focused red fruit, spicecake and floral scents are complicated by suggestions of dusty minerals and white pepper. Lively, penetrating and appealingly sweet, offering silky raspberry and floral pastille flavors that deepen as the wine opens up. Shows very good focus and energy on the gently tannic finish, which leaves behind hints of succulent herbs and red berries. Learn More
    $37.98
  10. Domaine Jean-Louis Chave L'Hermitage 2013

    Domaine Jean-Louis Chave L'Hermitage 2013

    96-97 points Vinous - Sweet, fleshy and focused, offering palate-staining cherry compote, black raspberry and violet pastille flavors accented by smoky Indian spices and a hint of cracked pepper.

    95 points Wine Spectator - Solidly built, with a bolt of charcoal through the core of dark cherry, plum and blackberry preserves. Lots of bay, sage and leather fill in the background. Best from 2019 through 2034.

    94-97 points Wine Advocate - Still in barrel at the time of this tasting, the 2013 Hermitage will certainly be one of the wines of the vintage. Offering classic, granite-induced notes of smoked dark fruits, graphite, searing minerality and bouquet garni, this sensational Hermitage has medium to full-bodied richness, beautiful mid-palate density and building tannin, all with the freshness and purity of the vintage. Reminiscent of a more backwards, tight, focused and granite-driven year (I asked Jean-Louis if there was a similar vintage he could recall, he commented that he couldn't think of one), it has solid ripeness in its aromas and flavors, good sweetness in its tannin, and a great finish. I suspect it will need 7-8 years of cellaring and keep for 20-25 years or more. Learn More
    $267.98

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