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Made from a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah, the '00 Ghiaie della Furba is at the limit of ripeness, but fantastic nonetheless. Very ripe and rich, with an almost raisin and cured beef character. Full-bodied, with big, velvety tannins and a —James Suckling
Here's a late-release from the superb '97 vintage that is worth the wait. A wonderful sense of harmony and proportion, with rich, supple black cherry, plum and wild berry fruit, with touches of chocolate and mocha, finishing with a long, powerful, multila —James Laube
Krug is setting a torrid pace for Champagne these days, as evidenced by this classic-scoring non-vintage wine. One whiff and you know this is serious stuff. The aromas of baking brioche, coconut, candied citrus and leather pick up roasted coffee and grill —Bruce Sanderson
A stylish wine that's ripe, rich and supple, beautifully focused on concentrated black cherry, black currant and roasted herb flavors. The fruit flavors keep coming, along with nicely integrated toasty oak and round tannins. From an old vineyard north of —James Laube
Despite the recent ownership battle for this legendary château, quality remains at an extremely high level. Always a late release, the '97 Yquem is extremely concentrated, yet subtle, with aromas of honey and spices and an intense botrytis nose. Full-bod —James Suckling
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