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Apr. 07, 2005
DOMAINE BOIS DE BOURSAN Châteauneuf-du-Pape Cuvée des Félix 2001
96 points, $65
Thick and muscular, with lots of aromatic dark currant, grilled chestnut, roasted game, coffee, brick dust and loam flavors that course through the densely structured finish. Traditional sauvage flavors with modern fruit and concentration--a great —James Molesworth
Apr. 06, 2005
CLARENDON HILLS Grenache Clarendon Clarendon 2004
93 points, $73
Fine, generous, brimming with cherry, blackberry and toasty spice flavors that keep swirling on the firm, seamless frame, lingering effortlessly as they fill the mouth without excess weight. Drink now through 2010. 900 cases made. —Harvey Steiman
Apr. 05, 2005
CHÂTEAU LAGRÉZETTE Cahors Cuvée Dame Honneur 2000
92 points, $50
Rich, ripe and quite dense. Concentrated flavors of dark plum, blackberry and boysenberry, with espresso elements. This massive red doesn't pull any punches and is full-bodied through the long, long finish, filled with bittersweet and dark cherry flavor. —Kim Marcus
Apr. 04, 2005
CHÂTEAU LA NERTHE Châteauneuf-du-Pape White Clos de Beauvenir 2001
93 points, $85
Gorgeous gold color, with captivating aromas of lemon verbena, ginger, orange blossom and fresh-cut pear. The lush palate offers almond, apricot, melon and honey notes, while the long, creamy finish shows an underlying minerality. A beauty. Drink now thro —James Molesworth
Apr. 02, 2005
BODEGAS Y VIÑEDOS O. Fournier Malbec Uco Valley ACrux 2002
92 points, $45
Gorgeous aromas of crème de cassis and raspberry compote, loaded with lush fruit, including black fig and boysenberry. Lots of mocha and bittersweet chocolate on the dense, muscular finish, but plenty of acidity. Brief cellaring needed, but this will be —James Molesworth
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