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A late release from the powerful 2000 vintage, Pégaü's Cuvée Laurence is dark and closed, a brooding Châteauneuf with a boatload of black currant, tar and smoked apple wood at its core, all coated by a thick layer of dense, yet superbly ripe tannins. —James Molesworth
This is the first SGN from ZH's great Clos Windsbuhl vineyard. Like liquid candy, this is a mouthful of apricot, quince, coconut, honey and smoke flavors matched to a thick texture and vibrant structure. Despite the concentration, it seemingly melts in th —Bruce Sanderson
An exceptional bottling that offers a veritable explosion of hay, lemon blossom, grass, melon and nectarine notes. Tangy acidity, supple cream tones, anise and mineral nuances weave through a finish of superior depth and dimension. Doesn't get much better —James Laube
Just released and worth the wait, this is a profound wine of great depth and complexity. Its detailed flavors range from citrus and ginger to whole grain bread and woodsy richness, with accents of honey and nuts. It retains its focus thanks to a vibrant s —Bruce Sanderson
This is a rich and powerful red from Spain. There's ripe black fruit, plenty of chocolate-scented oak and masses of tannin in this structured red. It's a big, solid, S.U.V. of a wine, but has balance and concentration, and will improve with age. Best afte —Thomas Matthews
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