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Direct Quote by the Winemaker: Carousel, rich, sweet and spicy Luscious intrigue, sexy, smoky, expressive, exotic Damp earth and wild game bird cool mountain slope Smooth, smoove, groove, crest, curl, furl, whirl, swirl Context, collaboration, concentration, celebration Lively, lovely, literate, laconic End of the night, it’s alright.More
92 pts Robert Parker The wine is intense on the nose and expresses a great deal of complexity and fine nuances, with delicate restraint: aromas of black fruits, spices (liquorice) delicately allied with more mineral, bloody notes. The final impression is one of more smoky aromatic notes (fireplace, soot, etc). On the palate, the wine is full and finely structured by coated tannins. The mouthfeel is powerful, well-balanced with lovely freshness and a lingering finish.More
Deep purple core with a deep violet meniscus and lightly stained legs. Black currant, black pepper, black cherry, graphite and baking spices on the nose.
Smooth, dry and med+ bodied with med+ alcohol. Additional notes of black plum, cocoa, tobacco leaf and cedar on the palate. Round tannins and slightly spicy, medium length finish.
A salty and minerally white with bright creamy fruit, lots of lemons and a dried-apple character. Full-bodied, yet vibrant and linear. Super long and long. Light malo and only 50% new wood. Think Chablis in Napa Valley. The Antica Napa Valley 2018 “A26” Chardonnay is notably complex and perfumed with its core fruit flavors of ripe white peach, apricot, and subtle apple flavors. The wine gains richness on the finish with its complimentary toasty spice notes and minerality, yet ends with a sensational and persistent finish.
97 pts James Suckling This is a very beautiful red with currant and berry character. Very fine and polished tannins, too. The impact is just so polished and focused. Linear and exciting. A barrel sample but should be great.More
96 pts Robert Parker Arcanum is the pinnacle of the estate’s offerings. Based on Cabernet Franc, the true signature of the estate, this remarkable wine is built to age yet is drinkable young, offering aromas of violets, roses and raspberries, with long and delicate spice notes; it is a wine that is seductive yet subtle. Arcanum is sourced primarily from the L’Apparita and Belvedere blocks of Cabernet Franc. With superb exposure and sandy clay soils, each year these blocks shine to produce the finest expression of the variety, and the leading wine of the estate.More
94 pts Jeb Dunnuck The 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon Starstruck is a step up and offers more density and depth, as well as the classic purity of fruit that makes this vintage so compelling. Ripe, powerful notes of blueberries, cassis, green tobacco, and graphite all flow to a full-bodied Cabernet that has loads of fruit, ripe tannins, good acidity, and the class to evolve for upwards of two decades. Bravo!More
A dense, black, purple- and blue-fruited Cabernet Sauvignon with wonderful spice and texture. Fruit aromas of blackberry, cassis, and blueberry accented by vanilla, toasty oak, and violet notes. Further layers of dark chocolate, graphite, garrigue, clove, and cedar. Medium dry with long caressing tannins. Stays fresh in the mouth with compelling structure and smoothness.More
93 pts Wine Advocate, 91 pts Vinous The 1970 has always been considered one of the great B.V. Private Reserves. Well-stored bottles continue to taste brilliantly. This wine performed spectacularly in this recent blind tasting (February, 1995), revealing a huge, complex bouquet of overripe, sweet, jammy, pruny fruit, cedar, herbs, spices, and fruitcake. Fat and rich, with unctuously-textured, chewy, expansive flavors, and a full-bodied finish, it was all this great wine can be.More
91 pts James Suckling Straightforward and accessible, this opens with aromas of dark-skinned fruit, menthol and baking spice. The full-bodied palate offers dried black cherry, nutmeg and a hint of clove alongside chunky tannins that grip the finish.More
A value-driven proposition that's been left unoaked, this wine is fully creamy and robust despite its lack of wood, shining in lemon and grapefruit flavor and a depth of texture. It finishes clean and crisp.More
91 pts Wine Spectator Fine bubbles which rise slowly, persistent mousse. Straw-colored. A nose of ripe pear with some touches of cut hay. Full fruit, but clean in the mouth. This cuvée contains 40% Pinot Meunier, 30% Pinot Noir, 30% Chardonnay. All wines from the best sites in the department of the Marne, from more than twenty top vineyards in Champagne. The overall composition of this cuvée has not changed much for almost fifty years.More
95 pts James Suckling, 95 pts Wine Enthusiast, 94 pts Vinous, 92 pts Wine Spectator Toasted brioche and pastry cream notes are rich and smoky in this elegant Champagne, riding the refined mousse with flavors of white peach and candied kumquat. The spiced finish is ripe and balanced.More
95 pts Wine Enthusiast Fermented and aged briefly in wood, this is dry, intense and toasty while still giving space for white fruits and some citrus. Richly endowed, spicy, and tangy, its structure and tight texture mark it out as a Champagne for long-term aging. The aftertaste is brisk, packed with acidity and with reminiscences of the oak-aging in the vanilla finish. Drink this bottling from 2018.More
Pleasant aromas of green Pippin apple, pineapple juice, and almond blossom. This wine warms your palate with flavors of pleasant Granny Smith apple, soft citrus, fresh tangerines, and ripe stone fruit. It finishes long and refreshing."More
Named after the Jim Croce song, “Rapid Roy (the Stock Car Boy).” On the nose, aromas of dense blueberry and black cherry mix with notes of black pepper, lavender and violets. The palate is a bit reserved, but opens with flavors of blackberries, pepper, dried fennel, bay leaf, and thyme flavors.More
Crimson in color. McClone Vineyard is near Placerville in the El Dorado AVA. Subtle nose of red and black fruits, flowers, earth and pepper. Medium body with medium acidity. Well balanced. Tart cherry, iron and blood orange on the palate. Good length on the finish. Best over the next 2-3 years.More
Important to let this one breathe for a good while before enjoying! Beautiful brick red colour. At the nose it was quite held back, a bit better after breathing. Raspberry, pepper, oak and tobacco. Cherry, vanilla, tobacco some hints of blackberries at the tongue.More
For the couple who enjoys the adventure of seafaring Set of 2 stemless wine glasses
Each with graphic print: Captain with anchor graphic First Mate with ship's wheel graphic Clear glass with blue at the base
Captain and First Mate in blue distressed print Anchor and ship's wheel graphic in solid white.
Ships in kraft paper carry gift box Makes a great gift for a couple's wedding day, anniversary or just because.
Did you know... The Captain is a ship's highest responsible officer, responsible for the day-to-day affairs of the ship. The First Mate (also known as Chief Officer or Chief Mate) is second in command after the Captain and is responsible for the safety and security of the ship as well as the welfare of the crew. These roles metaphorically translate nicely in the roles of many loving relationships.
92 pts Wine Spectator Nice dark-red in color, big blueberry-blackberry fruit, spicy-chocolatey oak, nicely focused acidity enhances mineral flavors, elegantly structured tannins for aging, super plush long finish!More
This deep red Sangiovese has great aromatic intensity of ripe strawberries, black currants and dried herbs. Medium-bodied and soft on the palate, with balanced acidity and ripe tannins.More
94 pts Wine Spectator, 92 pts Vinous Opaque, with deep ruby-red edges, even the sight of this wine is enticing. Very deep, rich cassis fruit, enmeshed in a smoky, mineral background, dominates the nose. Pure cassis extract is also present on the palate; a sweet entry yields to a firmly tannic, yet generous and amazingly long finish. Fine grained tannins give a serious texture to the wine. A rich, smoky spice character emerges in the aftertaste. A very complete, unctuous wine. Muscular and intensely concentrated, it nevertheless manages to display perfect balance.More
This wine is purpley red with a bluish tinge, very bright and deep. On the nose it is very aromatic, with suggestions of spice and the garrigue (rosemary). The palate is fleshy, fresh and fruity, with finely-grained tannin, and intense flavours of black currant, blackberry, spices.More
93 pts Wine Spectator & James Suckling, 92 pts Wine Advocate Fresh and lively, with lots of green almond, pear and white peach flavors liberally laced with verbena and acacia notes. A bright mineral streak and a twinge of star fruit add length and cut to the finish.More
93 pts Wine Spectator, 92 pts Wine Enthusiast, 90 pts Wine & Spirits. A deep golden robe. Delicate vivacious and long-lasting bubbles, are the result of more than 36 months of ageing in chalk cellars. With 40% of reserve wines (the maximum possible amount), the blend offers a complex, voluptuous nose with notes of freshly baked brioche and the richness of roasted coffee beans. A precise selection of wines, purposely limited to 60 crus, ensures the Charles Heidsieck Brut Reserve a deliciously sophisticated harmony. An opulent selection of ripe, sun-drenched fruits such as mango, apricot and greengage plum combines with dried fruits, pistachio and almond. The texture is reminiscent of a crisp layer of nougatine on a velvety cream pastry filled with plump red plums and ripe cherries. The reserve wines, some dating back ten years give the wine lushness. The depth of the thousand-year old chalk quarries where the wine matures offer a touch of praline along with notes of amber and vanilla.More
Damaged Label. During the 19th century, the Tronquoy family carried out major works at this property and gave it their name. The château was designed by Victor Louis, the same architect who built Bordeaux's Grand Théâtre, and the arches around the Palais Royale in Paris. Château Bel-Orme-Tronquoy-de-Lalande has a dark colour, an elegant tannic structure and lots of fruit, ensuring that it is capable of ageing for many years.More
96 pts Robert Parker, 95 pts Stephen Tanzer The intense, generous nose displays hints of truffle and black pepper. This mythical Cheval Blanc is rich and full-bodied on the palate. It is also well-structured, with coffee, leather, and blackcurrant flavours - altogether unbelievably delicious, succulent, and long. Huge and incomparably rich, 1959 Cheval Blanc is complex, well-focused, and concentrated. A benchmark for the estate! Incidentally, Gaston Vaissiere, the old maitre de chai, always recommended tasting the 1959 immediately after opening, with no decanting, as he did not think that contact with the air was beneficial for this vintage. In 2011 at the Chateau, such incredible dimension and layers on the nose. Moroccan mint. Just absolutely fascinating - intellectual and challenging from a vocabulary point of view. Such AMAZING blackberry tastes. So mouth-enveloping and totally mouth-coating. Fabulous harmony of texture, fruit and ripe tannins. Finishes two hours later on a note of prune liqueur. This is one of the best wines Bordeaux has ever produced.More
Chateau de Chamirey Mercurey Blanc en Pierrelet Burgundy France 2015 750 ml 90 pts Wine Spectator & Wine Enthusiast
90 pts Wine Spectator & Wine Enthusiast Light in color with green and gold tints, this wine offers vegetale and grassy aromas as well as notes of pastry (brioche) and dried flowers. On the palate, it is rich and complex with lovely saltiness and light oak on the finish. A voluptuous wine.More
Beautiful dark ruby color, bright and clear. The nose, intense and opened, first reveals on fresh fruits (cherry, strawberry) and then spices and vanilla hints. On the palate, fresh and fruity wine, well balanced with a delicate structure. Ripe and smooth tannins.More
This wine has the appearance of beautiful dark and purplish robe, with burlat reflections. The bouquet has notes of red fruits and black fruits while the flavors have a sweet attack on the palate revealing good freshness and very promising tannins.More
95 pts Wine Spectator, 91 pts Robert Parker The 1986 Ducru Beaucaillou was served by Bruno Borie both decanted and directly from bottle, poured blind. From the bottle, it has an attractive bouquet with plush blackberry and wild strawberry fruit, indeed, showing more fruité than I was expecting. There is a roundness to these aromatics, perhaps a little more like 1985 in some ways. The palate is medium-bodied and here the seriousness and structure of the 1986 vintages shows through. There is impressive body and though it felt firm and masculine on the finish, there is clearly sufficient fruit that counterbalances the backbone. The decanted version showed a little more volatility on the nose, but here I discerned more complexity on the palate. The 1986 Ducru poured directly from bottle felt a little more savory and strangely, more cohesive, with more of the terroir coming through on the slightly loamy, brown sugar-tinged finish. Tasted July 2016.More
95 pts Robert Parker From a bottle with the original cork still intact, the wine was splash decanted and served. From the moment the wine hit the glass, we all knew we were in for a mind blowing treat. On the nose, the smoke, tar, tobacco, cigar box, cherry and earthy perfume was off the hook. But the pure silk textures of all that sweet, ripe, smoky fruit was breathtaking. The wine was exactly what old, fully mature Bordeaux is all about. If you are like me and cannot these wines today, try and find a rich friend with bottles in their cellar as this is the type of wine that dreams are made of. Apologies to Humphrey Bogart. (2016)More
100 pts Robert Parker, 98 pts Vinous, 96 pts Wine Spectator, 94 pts Stephen Tanzer One of the clear highlights of the night, the 1961 Haut-Brion races across the palate with remarkable opulence and power for a wine of its age. Layers of fruit build to a crescendo of pure pleasure, with hints of licorice, menthol, lavender, sage, cedar and leather that linger on the finish. In virtually any tasting the 1961 would steal the show, but here, in the presence of many of the estate’s legendary vintages, it is quite clear the 1961 doesn’t quite reach the heights of the 1959 of 1989. That in no way detracts from our immense pleasure, though. (2014)More
94 pts Wine Spectator This was paired up with the ’66 La Mission Haut Brion, and it was the slightly less impressive bottle of the two for the first hours it was in the glass. However, it continued to grow and gain depth as the evening wore on, and it was clearly the superior of the two wines by the time it had fully unfolded. The nose is classic HB, offering up notes of roasted cassis, plums, cigar ash, black truffles, Graves earth, and a vague topnote redolent of violets. On the palate the wine is ultimately medium-full (having put on weight as it opened up), with excellent focus and balance, and fine length and grip on the polished and complex finish. I used to think that the ’66 was a bit more of the red fruity and brick dust-like side of Haut Brion, but the last several bottles that I have tasted have moved decisively over to the black fruity side of the ledger. (Drink between 2003-2020) Review from 2007.More
Medium-bodied, but very fruity, with a hint of chocolate, this wine has rustic aromas of cedar and plums. Generous on the palate, it often has an imposing tannic structure, which needs several years to soften and mellow. Smokey and earthy with meat and berry character. Hints of tobacco. Medium body.More
91 pts James Suckling A soft and silky red with berry, tobacco and meat character. Medium body and a fresh and clean finish. Structured and austere, this is firm, dark and dry. The black currant fruit flavors are edgy, with juiciness coming through right at the end.More
92 pts James Suckling, 90 pts Wine Enthusiast This is a ripe, fruity, wine that's wonderfully representative of Merlot. It has soft tannins, juicy acidity and a delicious black-currant character. It's likely best for medium-term aging. Dense and ripe fruit on the palate with medium body, silky and juicy tannins. Hints of walnut. Plenty of pretty fruit and balance. Drink or hold.More