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On the heels of its classic '96, Montrose turned out another fine performance in '99. Very fine indeed, offering complex aromas of berries, grilled meat and tobacco, with racy tannins and a long finish. Medium-to full-bodied. Better than from barrel. Soli —James Suckling
Wildly priced, Le Pin is nonetheless one of the top wines in the '99 vintage. Subtle and yummy, with lovely ripe plum character, hints of dried fruits and spices. Full-bodied, with soft and round tannins and a delicious, succulent finish. Best after 2005. —James Suckling
Well done. Good, dark color to this '99, with lots of plummy, berry and cassis bush character. It's medium- to full-bodied, with fine tannins and a medium finish. Best after 2004. 21,500 cases made. Spectator Selection.
For a complete look at '99 r —James Suckling
In the western end of Chile's Rapel wine region lies the rugged Colchagua Valley. Here Casa Lapostolle has set up shop to produce this high-end red which has quickly becomes one of the country's top wines. Crammed with fruit, this raspberry confiture-scen —James Molesworth
This Austrian Riesling is very youthful, like it's just out of the fermenter, yet bursting with ripe peach, apricot and citrus flavors. There's a raw edge to the steely structure, but also intensity and concentration. All the elements are in place, it jus —Bruce Sanderson
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