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Aug. 19, 2004 KRUG Brut Champagne 1990
98 points, $205
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
Aug. 18, 2004
VALL LLACH Priorat 2001
95 points, $80
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
Aug. 16, 2004
M. CHAPOUTIER Ermitage L'Ermite 2001
96 points, $328
A stunner. This steel-plated version is set up for long-term cellaring, though its blackberry and boysenberry fruit is tantalizingly accessible now. Exercise restraint however, and let the racy tannins carry it while all the coffee bean, cocoa powder, min —James Molesworth
Aug. 13, 2004
VINCENT DAUVISSAT Chablis Les Preuses 2002
95 points, $60
Very pure, flinty style. Rich, yet dense and racy with beautiful balance, this builds in intensity on the palate to a long finish. It's muscular, but not brawny, needing time to settle down and integrate its components. Smoky aftertaste. Best from 2007 th —Bruce Sanderson
Aug. 11, 2004
CAYUSE Syrah Walla Walla Valley En Cerise Vineyard 2001
95 points, $45
Gorgeous stuff, ripe and open, layered with exotic spice-scented plum, cherry and saffron, peppery notes that linger enticingly on the long, extraordinarily well-formed peacock's tail of a finish. Drink now through 2011. 196 cases made. Highly Recommended —Harvey Steiman
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