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Another of Guigal's "La La" trio, the '99 La Mouline is sensational. Great opulence in this full-textured, rich and ripe red. Layered with mocha, tobacco, blackberries. Supple tannins caress the palate. Long and sweet finish. All the more complex for the —Per-Henrik Mansson
The luxury cuvée from Beaucastel is a classic in the '00 vintage. A seducer, this Old World blockbuster dazzles with its class. Ultrarich, pitch-black, it remains elegant and refined despite its monster structure, but it's open-knit, delivering earthy, m —Per-Henrik Mansson
This Northern Rhône red has a long track record of excellence — just ask anyone who's tasted the '61 recently. The '01 La Chapelle offers lovely fruit, polished and clean, with all the attributes of a fine terroir -- mineral, and above all a lot —Per-Henrik Mansson
From one of Australia's most idiosyncratic producers comes this classic Grenache. Bright and tangy, juicy with blackberry, cherry, mineral and chocolate flavors that last beautifully on the velvety finish, picking up hints of mint and pepper as the finish —Harvey Steiman
Increasingly good table wine is coming out of the Douro these days. This wine offers the essence of blackberry fruit, with dark cherry and smoke making it an alluring and distinctive red. Intense concentration and a firm structure provide power. Dark choc —Kim Marcus
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