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One of Burgundy's best white wine producers released another set of outstanding wines in the '01 vintage. Tough and firm at first, it took hours of contact with air before this shy and hard-as-nails white opened up and showed the deep ripe fruit, lemon pi —Per-Henrik Mansson
Italians Alberto Antonini and Attilio Pagli form the winemaking team at this Argentinean winery. They produce two Malbecs, and this is their high-end cuvée. It's serious juice, with deep, vivid purple color, loads of plum, boysenberry and blackberry frui —James Molesworth
This Port house has been on a roll lately with its vintage bottlings, and now its tawny Port rates classic as well. Amazing aromas of orange and lemon peel, with hints of toffee, caramel and honey. Full-bodied and luscious, with lots of sweet fruit and a —James Suckling
This unctuous Portuguese red has an alluring aroma of smoke and spice and lovely dark plum, boysenberry and dark cherry flavors that are firmed up by crisp acidity and notes of cigar box, mineral and spice, which intensify on the long finish. Drink now th —Kim Marcus
From Spain comes this rich, dark and alluring red. It shows lavish oak, with chocolate and toasty flavors enrobing black cherry and cassis flavors on a generous frame. For fans of oak. Best from 2004 through 2009. 5,000 cases made. Smart Buys. —Thomas Matthews
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