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From one of the Loire's recognized leaders comes this absolutely glorious Pouilly-Fumé. A magnificent Sauvignon Blanc that combines the grape's peach, melon and citrus flavors with beautifully integrated new oak components of vanilla and nutmeg. Harmonio —Bruce Sanderson
This '99 California Cabernet is dark, rich and enormously complex, with a solid core of black cherry, plum, currant, anise and cedary flavors. Beautifully focused, with a sense of elegance and finesse. Drawn from extensive vineyard holdings; an impressive —James Laube
Pure and utterly delicious Chardonnay from start to finish, with layers of complex pear, fig, citrus and nectarine that are intense, lively and deeply concentrated. Light, toasty, vanilla-scented oak dances in the background, giving a creamy texture. Drin —James Laube
Here's another amazing '97 Brunello from one of the region's venerable names. Fantastic aromas of blackberries, flowers and minerals. Captivating. Full-bodied, with incredible layers of ripe fruit and silky tannins. The finish lasts for minutes. Racy and —James Suckling
Outstanding Brunello in '97 is the norm, as this incredibly rich Sangiovese proves. Superripe aromas of dried fruits and hints of spice. Like a top Amarone. Full-bodied, thick and rich, with round tannins and masses of fruit. Best after 2004. 4,580 cases —James Suckling
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