Recent Arrivals

The following wines have become available during the last


Vint Description Cl ? Cs Bt Cs (£) Bt (£) +
Red Bordeaux
2014 Lynch Bages 75 IB 1 0 815 -
2014 Pichon Lalande 75 IB 1 0 900 -
2010 Cissac 75 DP 1 0 205 -
2010 Dutruch Grand Poujeaux 75 DP 1 0 165 -
2010 Gruaud Larose 75 IB 1 0 695 -
2010 Picard 75 DP 1 0 230 -
2010 Pontet Canet 75 IB 3 0 1600 -
2010 Saint Pierre 75 IB 1 0 690 -
2009 Beau-Site 75 DP 2 0 250 -
2009

Clos de L'Oratoire

75 IB 1 0 375 -
Tasting Notes for Clos de L'Oratoire, 2009:
The 2009 Clos de lĠOratoire, a blend of 90% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Franc that achieved 13.5% natural alcohol, exhibits an inky/ruby/purple color along with a big, sweet nose of incense, blackberries, blueberries, cedar, and spice box. Rich, opulent, and full-bodied, this offering is a complete turn-on that should provide enormous pleasure over the next 10-15 years. (Tasted four times.)
Parker Points: 91-93
Drinking Period: 2010-2025
2009 Clos Floridene 75 DP 1 0 150 -
2009

Duhart Milon

75 IB 1 0 795 -
Tasting Notes for Duhart Milon, 2009:
2009 may turn out to be among the greatest vintages ever in the Medoc. The 2009 appears to be the finest Duhart Milon yet made. The Rothschild family has invested heavily in this estate over the last 20 years in order to upgrade the quality, and their investments have certainly paid off handsomely. A blend of 63% Cabernet Sauvignon and 37% Merlot, the 2009's opaque purple color is followed by an extraordinary perfume of creme de cassis, violets, graphite, and subtle wood. This full-bodied, intense, voluptuously textured, pure, seductive wine seems more open-knit and opulent than the more structured Carruades de Lafite. Nevertheless, the Duhart requires 3-5 years of cellaring, and should drink well for 30+ years. Bravo! (Tasted once.)
Parker Points: 94-96
Drinking Period: 2010-2043
2009 Grand Barrail Lamarzelle Figeac 75 DP 2 0 295 -
2009 La Pointe 75 IB 1 0 295 -
2009 La Tour de By 75 IB 2 0 150 -
2009 La Tour de By, Double Magnum 300 IB 1 0 180 -
2009

Le Boscq

75 DP 1 0 350 -
Tasting Notes for Le Boscq, 2009:
This wine is medium dark ruby with soft berry and currant flavors intermixed with tobacco leaf and spice box. Drink it over the next 5-6 years. The Wine Advocate, #146 Apr-03.
Parker Points: 87
Drinking Period: 2003-2009
2009 Lynch Bages 75 IB 1 0 1345 -
2009 Phelan Segur 75 IB 1 0 330 -
2009 Picard 75 DP 2 0 215 -
2008 Hortevie 75 DP 2 0 265 -
2005 Brane Cantenac 75 IB 1 0 750 -
2005

Chasse Spleen

75 DP 0 6 - 30
Tasting Notes for Chasse Spleen, 2005:
A beautiful offering from this top-notch Moulis estate, the deep ruby/purple-tinged 2005 Chasse Spleen offers up scents of cassis, minerals, and flowers. Medium-bodied, moderately tannic, rich, and potentially outstanding, it should be at its peak between 2012-2020+. The Wine Advocate #170 Apr-07.
Parker Points: 88
Drinking Period: 2012-2020
2005

Duhart Milon

75 IB 1 0 800 -
Tasting Notes for Duhart Milon, 2005:
The finest Duhart-Milon ever made? This structured, tannic, dense ruby/purple-tinged Pauillac offers up hints of cassis, licorice, chocolate, and earth. Medium to full-bodied with good purity, strong tannins, and undeniable elegance, it reveals a character not dissimilar from its renowned sibling, Lafite-Rothschild. A blend of 71% Cabernet Sauvignon and 29% Merlot, it is unquestionably outstanding, but to my taste, slightly less opulent than the estateĠs ethereal 2003. Wine Advocate # 176 Apr 2008
Parker Points: 94
Drinking Period: 2015-2030
2005 Moulin Riche 75 IB 2 0 330 -
2005

Pavie

75 IB 1 0 3700 -
Tasting Notes for Pavie, 2005:
am an admirer of proprietor Valette, so it has given me no pleasure to write so-so reviews for recent Pavie vintages. I was pleased in this blind tasting to see how strongly both the 1989 and 1990 Pavies performed. Both slightly eclipsed my scores given immediately after bottling. The 1989 displays a deep ruby/garnet color with no signs of amber at the edge. It offers up an exotic, spicy, fruitcake, earthy, chocolatey nose with sweet woodsy aromas in the background. Long and youthful, with noticeably hard tannin, this medium-bodied, concentrated 1989 appears to be a slowly evolving wine. With another 2-3 years of bottle age, it may merit an outstanding score. Robert Parker Wine Advocate
Parker Points: 89
Drinking Period: 2003-2016
2005

Pedesclaux

75 DP 1 0 300 -
Tasting Notes for Pedesclaux, 2005:
Even though this may be one of the finest wines yet made at Pedesclaux, it is still a pleasant yet herbaceous, uninspiring effort for the vintage. The color is medium ruby, and the nose of fresh herbs intermixed with spice and diluted black cherry and currant fruit is one-dimensional. This offering stands out like a sore thumb in a great vintage. Along with Pichon-Lalande, it represents one of the two candidates for the worst performance by a Medoc classified growth. It should be drunk over the next 5-6 years. Wine Advocate # 176 Apr 2008
Parker Points: 82
Drinking Period: 2008-2014
2005 Picard 75 DP 3 0 250 -
2003

Langoa Barton

75 DP 0 6 - 34
Tasting Notes for Langoa Barton, 2003:
This is often looked at as the second wine of Leoville Barton, but it is actually a separate estate, producing wines that are slightly softer than the more formidably endowed and broodingly backward Leoville Bartons. The outstanding 2003, a softer version of the Leoville Barton, exhibits a deep ruby/purple color, sweet black cherries intermixed with subtle herbal notes, roasted meats, juices, and black currants. In the mouth, it is expansive, savory, round, and seemingly on a much faster evolutionary track than Leoville Barton. Give it 2-3 years of cellaring and drink it over the following 15-18 years. Wine Advocate # 164 Apr 2006
Parker Points: 90
Drinking Period: 2008-2026
2003

Pape Clement

75 DP 1 0 1080 -
Tasting Notes for Pape Clement, 2003:
Named after the first French pope, this brilliant 75-acre estate located just south of the beltway surrounding the city of Bordeaux is planted with 60% Cabernet Sauvignon and 40% Merlot. Produced from yields of 25 hectoliters per hectare, the 2003 is evolved (part of its extraordinary appeal). Complex characteristics of smoke, meat, lead pencil shavings, sweet plums, black cherry liqueur, blackberries, and a hint of espresso are followed by an opulent, full-bodied wine with moderately high but silky tannin, a layered texture, and copious glycerin, which gives it a big, savory, expansive mouthfeel. The finish is long and persistent. This example appears to be on a fast evolutionary track, but it will probably never close down, and should last 15-20 years ... at the minimum. Wine Advocate # 164 Apr 2006
Parker Points: 94
Drinking Period: 2006-2026
2001 Blason de L'Evangile 75 DP 0 2 - 55
2001 Les Pagodes de Cos 75 DP 0 2 - 40
2000

La Pointe

75 DP 0 4 - 35
Tasting Notes for La Pointe, 2000:
This is an elegant, soft, medium-bodied, straightforward wine with a superficial appeal of black cherry fruit intermixed with earth, oak, and spice. Although slightly compressed, it is well-made and clean. Drink it over the next decade. The Wine Advocate, #134 Apr-01.
Parker Points: 86-87
Drinking Period: 2001-2011
1999

Fontenil

75 DP 0 3 - 15
Tasting Notes for Fontenil, 1999:
A serious vin de garde, the dense ruby/purple-colored 1998 offers abundant quantities of blackberries intermixed with licorice and coffee. Structured, dense, and concentrated, it requires 1-2 years of cellaring. Wine Advocate # 134 Apr 2001
Parker Points: 88
Drinking Period: 2002-2014
1998

Haut Bailly

75 DP 0 1 - 65
Tasting Notes for Haut Bailly, 1998:
Dark ruby-colored with a sweet nose of berry fruit, smoke, black cherries, and spice box, this medium-bodied wine is charming, restrained, rich, and long. Wine Advocate # 134 Apr 2001
Parker Points: 88
Drinking Period: 2003-2016
1998

La Pointe

75 DP 0 2 - 30
Tasting Notes for La Pointe, 1998:
Soft, fruity, and diffuse, this elegant, lightweight effort is pleasant, but lacks substance as well as follow-through on the palate. Drink it over the next 4-5 years. Robert Parker April 2002
Parker Points: 84
Drinking Period: 2001-2006
1996

Haut Brion

75 DP 0 5 - 330
Tasting Notes for Haut Brion, 1996:
The backward 1996 Haut-Brion was bottled in July, 1998. Even administrator Jean Delmas was surprised by how closed it was when I tasted it in January. Only 60% of the crop was utilized in the final blend, which was 50% Merlot, 39% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 11% Cabernet Franc. Out of barrel, this wine exhibited far more forthcoming aromatics as well as a sweeter mid-palate than it revealed from bottle. I had expected it to be more forward, and thus slightly down-graded the wine, although I am thrilled to own it and follow what appears to be a slow evolution. It will be a potentially long-lived wine. The 1996 exhibits a deep ruby/purple color, and a surprisingly tight bouquet. With aeration, notes of fresh tobacco, dried herbs, smoke, asphalt, and black fruits emerge ... but reluctantly. It is tannic and medium-bodied, with outstanding purity and a layered, multidimensional style. However, the finish contains abundant tannin, suggesting that this wine needs 5-8 years of cellaring.Wine Advocate # 122 Apr 1999
Parker Points: 92
Drinking Period: 2008-2030
1995

Branaire Ducru

75 DP 0 3 - 65
Tasting Notes for Branaire Ducru, 1995:
A beauty in the elegant, restrained, finesse school of winemaking, the dark ruby/purple-colored 1995 Branaire exhibits a floral, cranberry, cherry, and black currant-scented nose intermixed with high quality toasty new oak. Medium-bodied, with excellent definition, supple tannin, and an attractive, alluring personality, this pleasant, measured yet complex wine should drink well young, and keep for two decades. Wine Advocate #115 February 1998
Parker Points: 90
Drinking Period: 1998-2018
1995 Carruades de Lafite 75 DP 0 1 - 215
1995

Clos du Marquis

75 DP 0 1 - 50
Tasting Notes for Clos du Marquis, 1995:
As I have indicated numerous times in this journal, the second wine of Las Cases, Clos du Marquis, is one of the finest second wines being made in Bordeaux. Over recent years, it has become a wine of classified growth quality. The 1996 may turn out to be even better than the outstanding 1995. Both are exceptional wines, with the 1996 slightly thicker and more viscous, with more noticeable new oak, as well as more massive body, and a blockbuster finish. In contrast, the 1995 is the quintessentially elegant style of Las Cases, with copious quantities of sweet fruit, outstanding depth, ripeness, and overall equilibrium, but no sense of heaviness. Like so many of this estate's great wines, everything is in proper proportion, with the acidity, alcohol, and tannin well-integrated. The 1995 is slightly more up-front and precocious than the 1996; it can be drunk now as well as over the next 15 years. Wine Advocate # 115 Feb 1998
Parker Points: 90
Drinking Period: 1998-2013
1995 Grand Puy Lacoste 75 DP 0 1 - 90
1995 Lafon Rochet 75 DP 0 1 - 50
1995

Leoville Lascases

75 DP 0 2 - 150
Tasting Notes for Leoville Lascases, 1995:
If it were not for the prodigious 1996, everyone would be concentrating on getting their hands on a few bottles of the fabulous 1995 Leoville-Las-Cases, which is one of the vintage's great success stories. The wine boasts an opaque ruby/purple color, and exceptionally pure, beautifully knit aromas of black fruits, minerals, vanillin, and spice. On the attack, it is staggeringly rich, yet displays more noticeable tannin than its younger sibling. Exceptionally ripe cassis fruit, the judicious use of toasty new oak, and a thrilling mineral character intertwined with the high quality of fruit routinely obtained by Las Cases, make this a compelling effort. There is probably nearly as much tannin as in the 1996, but it is not as perfectly sweet as in the 1996. The finish is incredibly long in this classic. Only 35% of the harvest was of sufficient quality for the 1995 Leoville-Las-Cases. Robert Parker Wine Advocate
Parker Points: 95
Drinking Period: 2005-2025
1995

Leoville Poyferre

75 DP 0 3 - 85
Tasting Notes for Leoville Poyferre, 1995:
While not as backward as the 1996, the opaque purple-colored 1995 is a tannic, unevolved, dense, concentrated wine that will require 8-10 years of cellaring. The 1995 exhibits pain grille, blackcurrant, mineral, and subtle tobacco in its complex yet youthful aromatics. Powerful, dense, concentrated cassis and blueberry flavors might be marginally softer than in the 1996, but there is still plenty of grip and structure to this big wine. Wine Advocate # 115 Feb 1998
Parker Points: 90
Drinking Period: 2005-2030
1995

Lynch Bages

75 DP 0 2 - 120
Tasting Notes for Lynch Bages, 1995:
This is a beautiful wine with an evolved personality and low acidity. The wine exhibits abundant quantities of earthy, smoke and tobacco-tinged, black currant fruit, rich, concentrated, medium to full-bodied flavors, and moderate tannin in the long finish. It is successful, but nowhere near full maturity. Wine Advocate # 129 Jun 2000
Parker Points: 91
Drinking Period: 2005-2020
1995

Moulin St Georges

75 DP 0 3 - 45
Tasting Notes for Moulin St Georges, 1995:
A gorgeous wine, and a sleeper of the vintage, Moulin St.-Georges' 1995 exhibits a dense purple color, and a sweet, black raspberry and currant nose intertwined with high quality toasty oak and minerals. Deep, rich, impressively pure, ripe, elegant, and harmonious, this gorgeous, persuasive St.-Emilion has a bright future. Wine Advocate # 115 Feb 1998
Parker Points: 90
Drinking Period: 2001-2016
1995

Pontet Canet

75 DP 0 3 - 70
Tasting Notes for Pontet Canet, 1995:
An old style Pauillac, yet made with far more purity and richness than the estate's ancient vintages, this broad-shouldered, muscular, classic wine exhibits a saturated purple color, and sensationally dense, rich, concentrated, cassis flavors that roll over the palate with impressive purity and depth. The wine is tannic and closed, but powerful and rich. It appears to possess length and intensity similar to the 1996. This is a great young Pauillac. Wine Advocate # 115 Feb 1998
Parker Points: 92
Drinking Period: 2005-2025
1995 Smith Haut Lafitte 75 DP 0 1 - 60
1990

Clos du Marquis

75 DP 0 1 - 70
Tasting Notes for Clos du Marquis, 1990:
The 1990 is equal to the 1989. The saturated color, intense black-cherry, oaky nose, and dense, rich, medium to full-bodied flavors reveal fine concentration and balance. Drink it over the next 5-12 years. Robert Parker Wine Advocate
Parker Points: 88
Drinking Period: 1998-2005
1990

Pichon Lalande

75 DP 0 1 - 110
Tasting Notes for Pichon Lalande, 1990:
Most recently: still very deep but mature looking; coffee, ginger and wholemeal nose with flavour to match. But still tannic. Last noted Sept 2000 Drink now - 2015. Michael Broadbent 'Vintage Wine'.
Parker Points: 0
Drinking Period: 
1990

Talbot

75 DP 0 2 - 85
Tasting Notes for Talbot, 1990:
The medium-colored 1990 is an elegant, structured, more restrained style of wine than usual. There is admirable ripeness and length, but the wine lacks the outstanding depth and flavor dimension of other top vintages of Talbot. Is the style being changed? Robert Parker Wine Advocate
Parker Points: 88
Drinking Period: 1993-2008
1988

Talbot

75 DP 0 1 - 65
Tasting Notes for Talbot, 1988:
The 1988 Talbot is dark ruby, with a well-focused personality brimming with spicy, chocolatey, blackcurrant, leathery, herbal fruit buttressed by good acidity and high tannins. In the mouth, the wine has a game-like, smoky, beefy character. If the tannins fade a little and the fruit takes over, this will be an outstanding wine. Robert Parker WIne Advocate
Parker Points: 89
Drinking Period: 1995-2015
1986

Talbot

75 DP 0 2 - 110
Tasting Notes for Talbot, 1986:
It's my gut feeling that the 1986 is, along with the 1982, the finest Talbot made at this estate since the legendary 1945. The fact that there are 40,000 cases of this wine is good news for the consumer, as there will be plenty to go around. The wine, which has been so special since the first taste from cask, is classically structured, with a penetrating fragrance of peppery, spicy, weedy black currants and tar, an enormous concentration of flavor on the palate, and staggering length. The tannins are noticeable, but they are ripe tannins, somewhat softer than those found in many of the 1986 Medocs. In comparison with stablemate Gruaud-Larose, the Talbot is more developed and flattering to taste today. This should prove to be an extraordinarily long-lived wine, and, as are virtually all the Cordier wines, a marvelous value for your money. Last tasted, 9/97. Bordeaux Book, 3rd Edition # B1 Jan 1998
Parker Points: 96
Drinking Period: Now-2020
1985

Pichon Baron

75 DP 1 0 900 -
Tasting Notes for Pichon Baron, 1985:
The 1985 Pichon-Baron is fruity and agreeable, but diffuse, slightly flabby, and unstructured. It is a tasty, but essentially one-dimensional wine. Robert Parker Wine Advocate
Parker Points: 83
Drinking Period: 1993-1998
1983

Grand Puy Lacoste

75 DP 0 6 - 70
Tasting Notes for Grand Puy Lacoste, 1983:
Fully mature, this medium to dark ruby-colored wine reveals an attractive spicy, blackcurrant aroma with the ever-present 1983 weediness making itself more apparent as the wine has evolved. Soft, round, with good rather than superb concentration, this low acid, alcoholic example of Grand-Puy-Lacoste possesses enough tannin to last for another 6-8 years. Last tasted, 5/93. Robert Parker- Wine Advocate
Parker Points: 86
Drinking Period: 1993-2001
1981

Meyney

75 DP 0 1 - 24
Tasting Notes for Meyney, 1981:
This vintage lacks complexity and elegance, but compensates with oodles of ripe black currant fruit. Bordeaux Book, 3rd Edition # B1 Jan 1998
Parker Points: 85
Drinking Period: 1988-2000
1978 Chasse Spleen 75 DP 0 3 - 33
1975

Batailley

75 DP 0 2 - 37
Tasting Notes for Batailley, 1975:
An attractive, cedary, spicy, curranty nose is followed by a tough-textured, extremely tannic, hard, severe-tasting wine. Although this medium garnet-colored wine will keep for another 10-15 years, I suspect the 1975 Batailley will always be too tannic, and its moderate quantities of fruit will dry out even more, making the wine's balance more questionable. Wine Advocate # 103 Feb 1996
Parker Points: 82
Drinking Period: 1996-2011
1970 Camensac 75 DP 0 1 - 19
1970

La Lagune

75 DP 0 1 - 49
Tasting Notes for La Lagune, 1970:
The 1970 La Lagune is still surprisingly firm, but, I believe, fully mature. It has a dark ruby color, a big, plummy, woodsy, and mushroom-like bouquet, full-bodied, deep, concentrated, berryish fruit flavors, good tannins, and a long finish. This is a fine La Lagune that falls just short of being outstanding. Anticipated maturity: Now-2000. Last tasted, 1/91 (from a magnum).
Parker Points: 87
Drinking Period: 1991-2000
1970 La Tour Figeac 75 DP 0 2 - 29
1970 Lynch Moussas 75 DP 0 1 - 27
1961 Clotte, Domaine de la 75 DP 0 1 - 45
1961 Lynch Moussas 75 DP 0 1 - 59
1959

Leoville Barton

75 DP 0 1 - 45
Tasting Notes for Leoville Barton, 1959:
Tasted 3 Times With Consistent Notes Leoville-Barton had a strong decade from the late forties through the fifties. The powerhouse 1959 is fully mature, but exhibits no signs of fading. It is large-scaled and muscular, with a huge, cedary, earthy, black fruit-scented nose, gobs of glycerin and alcohol, and a heady, spicy finish with some noticeable tannin. Will the 1982 be its contemporary counterpart?
Parker Points: 94
Drinking Period: 
1958 La Mission Haut Brion 75 DP 0 1 - 795
1958 La Mission Haut Brion 75 DP 0 1 - 700
1958 La Mission Haut Brion 75 DP 0 1 - 495
White Bordeaux
2009 d'Arche, Halves 37.5 IB 1 0 200 -
2009 Guiraud 75 IB 1 0 300 -
1989 Doisy Daene, Halves 37.5 DP 0 3 - 19
1988 Climens 75 DP 1 0 880 -
1988 Liot, Halves 37.5 DP 0 1 - 12
1983 Coutet, Halves 37.5 DP 0 3 - 16
1971 Rayne Vigneau, Halves 37.5 DP 0 1 - 39
1970 Coutet, Halves 37.5 DP 0 1 - 16
Red Burgundy
2016 Gevrey Chambertin Champ - Duroche 75 IB 1 0 390 -
2016 Gevrey Chambertin - Duroche 75 IB 2 0 360 -
2015 Chambolle Musigny - Amiot Servelle 75 IB 1 0 390 -
2015 Hubert & Christiane Collection, Magnum - Montille, Domaine de 150 IB 0 2 - 838
2015 La Grande Rue, Magnum - Lamarche, Francois 150 IB 1 0 6250 -
2015 La Grande Rue Cuvee 1959, Magnum - Lamarche, Francois 150 IB 0 3 - 2150
2015 Pommard Les Chaponnieres - Launay Horiot 75 IB 1 0 630 -
2015 Pommard Les Perrieres - Launay Horiot 75 IB 2 0 375 -
2014 Chambertin - Dugat-Py 75 IB 0 2 - 1350
2014 Chambolle Musigny - Fourrier 75 IB 1 0 750 -
2014 Clos Vougeot - Mugneret Gibourg 75 IB 0 3 - 300
2014 Gevrey Chambertin Aux Echezeaux - Fourrier 75 IB 1 0 720 -
2014 La Grande Rue Cuvee 1959, Jeroboam - Lamarche, Francois 300 IB 0 1 - 3850
2014 Pommard Les Perrieres - Launay Horiot 75 IB 2 0 360 -
2014 Ruchottes Chambertin - Mugneret-Gibourg, Georges 75 IB 0 6 - 395
2013 Chambertin - Dugat-Py 75 IB 0 2 - 1300
2013 Chambertin - Rousseau, Armand 75 IB 0 1 - 950
2013 Echezeaux - Mugneret Gibourg 75 IB 0 3 - 235
2013 Gevrey Chambertin Combe aux Moines - Fourrier 75 IB 0 6 - 110
2013 Gevrey Chambertin VV - Fourrier 75 IB 1 0 690 -
2013 Morey St Denis 1er Cru - Dujac 75 IB 1 0 940 -
2013 Ruchottes Chambertin - Mugneret Gibourg 75 IB 0 6 - 310
2012 Chambertin - Rousseau, Armand 75 IB 0 1 - 1150
2012 Romanee Conti - DRC 75 IB 0 1 - 11950
2011 Romanee Conti - DRC 75 IB 0 1 - 11500
2009 Gevrey Chambertin Coeur de Roy Tres VV - Dugat-Py 75 IB 1 0 1200 -
2005 Gevrey Chambertin - Rousseau, Armand 75 IB 2 0 2350 -
2003 Morey St Denis Clos de la Bussieres - Roumier, Georges 75 IB 1 0 2200 -
2002 Auxey Duresses Vieilles Vignes - Gras, Alain 75 DP 0 1 - 19
2000 Nuits St Georges Les Vaucrains - Chevillon, Robert 75 IB 1 0 1650 -
1999 Bonnes Mares - Drouhin Laroze 75 DP 1 0 1750 -
1999 Bonnes Mares - Roumier, Georges 75 DP 1 0 21500 -
1999 Chambolle Musigny - Roumier, Georges 75 DP 2 0 2950 -
1999 Chambolle Musigny Les Cras - Roumier, Georges 75 DP 2 0 7500 -
1999 Chapelle Chambertin - Drouhin Laroze 75 DP 1 0 1500 -
1999 Echezeaux - Gros, A & F 75 DP 1 0 2950 -
1999 Echezeaux - Duband, David 75 DP 2 0 2950 -
1999 Gevrey Chambertin Lavaux St Jacques - Drouhin Laroze 75 DP 1 0 950 -
1999 Latricieres Chambertin - Drouhin Laroze 75 DP 1 0 1500 -
1999 Nuits St Georges Aux Thorey - Duband, David 75 DP 1 0 895 -
1999 Nuits St Georges Clos des Forets St Georges - Rion, Daniel 75 DP 1 0 1500 -
1999 Romanee St Vivant - Confuron, J J 75 DP 1 0 6750 -
1999 Vosne Romanee Aux Reas - Gros, Anne & Francois 75 DP 2 0 895 -
1994 La Tache - DRC 75 IB 0 1 - 2650
White Burgundy
2015 Bourgogne Chardonnay - Coche Dury 75 IB 0 2 - 145
2015 Chassagne Montrachet La Boudriotte Blanc - Ramonet 75 IB 1 0 900 -
2015 Chassagne Montrachet La Maltroie - Heitz-Lochardet 75 IB 1 0 625 -
2015 Chassagne Montrachet Les Ruchottes - Ramonet 75 IB 1 0 1320 -
2015 Meursault - Coche Dury 75 IB 0 2 - 375
2015 Meursault - Coche Dury 75 IB 1 0 4650 -
2015 Meursault Les Gruyaches - Heitz-Lochardet 75 IB 1 0 480 -
2015 Puligny Montrachet Les Enseigneres - Coche Dury 75 IB 0 2 - 575
2015 Puligny Montrachet Les Enseigneres - Ramonet 75 IB 1 0 900 -
2013 Bourgogne Chardonnay - Coche Dury 75 IB 1 0 1680 -
2013 Meursault - Coche Dury 75 IB 1 0 4150 -
2011 Pouilly Fuisse Vieilles Vignes - Soufrandise, Domaine La 75 DP 0 1 - 12
2010 Chablis Les Vaillons - Dauvissat, R & V 75 IB 2 0 720 -
2008 Chablis Bougros - Fevre, William 75 DP 1 0 450 -
2008 Chablis La Forest - Dauvissat-Camus 75 DP 0 5 - 65
2008 Chablis Les Preuses - Dauvissat, R & V 75 DP 0 8 - 140
2008 Chablis Les Vaillons - Dauvissat-Camus 75 DP 0 3 - 50
2002 Chablis Les Vaillons - Billaud Simon 75 DP 0 2 - 18
2000 Meursault Les Luchets - Roulot, Guy 75 DP 0 6 - 210
1988 Puligny Montrachet Hameau de Blagny - Prosper Maufoux 75 DP 0 1 - 29
Red Rhone
2013 Cornas Les Chaillots - Allemand, Thierry 75 IB 1 0 1500 -
2012 Cornas Les Chaillots - Allemand, Thierry 75 IB 1 0 1450 -
2009 Cote Rotie Seigneur de Maugiron - Delas Freres 75 DP 0 6 - 35
2007 Chateauneuf du Pape - Font de Michelle 75 DP 1 0 295 -
2007 Cotes du Rhone Les Garrigues - Janasse, Domaine de La 75 DP 0 6 - 20
2006 Chateauneuf du Pape Clos des Papes - Avril 75 DP 0 6 - 51
2005

Ch de Beaucastel - Perrin

75 DP 1 0 580 -
Tasting Notes for Ch de Beaucastel - Perrin, 2005:
The 2005 Beaucastel Chateauneuf du Pape, which is the standard blend of 40% Mourvedre, 40% Grenache, and the rest Syrah, Counoise, and the other permitted red varietals, exhibits a deep purple color and a sweet nose of blackberry, licorice, pepper, Chinese black tea, and considerable spice box and truffle. The wine is medium to full-bodied, and has terrific weight, richness, and moderately high tannins and crisp acidity. Like most 2005s in Chateauneuf du Pape, there is weight, power, richness, but also lots of vibrancy and delineation because of the fresh acids. This wine will require patience, and 4-5 years of cellaring is recommended, perhaps even longer. It will keep for 20+ years. The Wine Advocate, #169 Feb-07.
Parker Points: 93-95
Drinking Period: 2011-2027
2005 Chateauneuf du Pape Clos des Papes - Avril 75 DP 0 12 - 63
2004 Chateauneuf du Pape - Vieux Telegraphe 75 DP 0 6 - 30
2000 Chateauneuf du Pape - Julienne, Domaine de La Vieille 75 DP 0 3 - 75
2000 Chateauneuf du Pape Chaupin - Janasse, Domaine de La 75 DP 0 2 - 60
1998 Chateauneuf du Pape - Clos du Caillou 75 DP 0 3 - 40
1996 Chateauneuf du Pape Cuvee Reserve - Pegau 75 DP 0 2 - 40
1995 Chateauneuf du Pape - Vieux Telegraphe 75 DP 0 2 - 65
1995 Chateauneuf du Pape Cuvee Laurence - Pegau 75 DP 0 3 - 85
1985 Chateauneuf du Pape Cuvee Laurence - Pegau 75 DP 0 5 - 150
White Rhone
1985 Hermitage Chante Alouette - Berry Bro's & Rudd 75 DP 0 2 - 15
1976 Hermitage Chante Alouette - Berry Bro's & Rudd 75 DP 0 1 - 16
Champagne
2012 Marguet Champagne La Grande Ruelle - Marguet 75 IB 1 0 630 -
2009 Marguet Champagne Amboniacus - Marguet 75 IB 1 0 450 -
NV Berry Bros & Rudd Brut Champagne - Berry Bros & Rudd 75 DP 0 2 - 19
NV Marguet Champagne Shaman 13 - Marguet 75 IB 1 0 300 -
Alsace
2014 Sylvaner - Weinbach 75 DP 0 1 - 12
2007 Muscat - Weinbach 75 DP 0 1 - 15
Loire
1997 Carbonifera, 50cl - Delesvaux, Philippe 50 DP 0 2 - 39
French Regional
2012 Grange des Peres Vin de Pays de l'Herault Blanc - Grange des Peres 75 IB 1 0 1560 -
2006 Mas de Daumas Gassac - Mas de Daumas Gassac 75 DP 1 0 250 -
2006 Muntada Cotes du Roussillon - Gauby, Domaine 75 DP 1 0 695 -
2005 Muntada Cotes du Roussillon - Gauby, Domaine 75 DP 1 0 720 -
2005 Prieure de St Jean de Bebian - Prieure de St Jean de Bebian 75 DP 1 0 240 -
2004 Bandol La Cabassaou - Tempier, Domaine 75 DP 0 6 - 75
1928 Maury Solera, 50cl - Les Vignerons de Maury 50 DP 0 1 - 15
Italy
2014 La Grande Rue Cuvee 1959, Imperiale - Lamarche, Francois 600 IB 1 0 7850 -
2013 Barolo Bussia - Fenocchio, Giacomo 75 IB 1 0 330 -
2001 Barolo Podere di Sorano Coste & Bricco - Ascheri, Giacomo 75 DP 0 2 - 60
Spain
2009 Rioja Reserva - Remirez de Ganuza 75 IB 2 0 420 -
2006 Clos Mogador - Clos Mogador 75 DP 0 6 - 50
1998 Alion - Alion, Bodegas y Vinedos 75 DP 0 1 - 60
NV Lustau Amontillado Fino 1/16 (Almacenista Pilar Aranda) - Lustau 75 DP 0 2 - 18
Vintage Port
1970 Warre - Warre 75 DP 0 1 - 95
1963 Berry Bros Port - Berry Bros 75 DP 0 1 - 98
1960 Croft - Croft 75 DP 0 1 - 85
1960 Quinta do Noval - Noval, Quinta do 75 DP 0 1 - 88
Germany
2016 Niederhauser Hermannshohle Riesling Spatlese - Donnhoff, Hermann 75 IB 2 0 320 -
2016 Oberhauser Brucke Riesling Spatlese - Donnhoff, Hermann 75 IB 2 0 280 -
2016 Oberhauser Leistenberg Riesling Kabinett - Donnhoff, Hermann 75 IB 4 0 130 -
2002 Scharzhofberger Riesling Spatlese, Magnum - Muller, Egon 150 DP 0 1 - 350
1976 Osthofener Klosterberg Huxelrebe Auslese - Ahnenhof, Weingut 37.5 DP 0 1 - 16
1975 Osthofener Klosterberg Huxelrebe Beerenauslese - Ahnenhof, Weingut 37.5 DP 0 1 - 19
United States
2013 Las Posadas - Abreu Vineyards 75 IB 0 6 - 550
2013 Thorevilos - Abreu Vineyards 75 IB 0 3 - 550
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