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Aug. 03, 2005 GÉRARD BERTRAND Coteaux du Languedoc La Clape l'Hospitalitas 2003
94 points, $65
A massive, concentrated red, with a meaty, decadent aroma and loads of dark plum, dark cherry, blackberry and cassis flavors. There's plenty of structure to this wine as well, with medium-grain tannins and a rich, spicy finish. Begs for a fine porterhouse —Kim Marcus
Aug. 02, 2005
BOLLINGER Extra Brut Champagne R.D. 1995
95 points, $245
A dry, oxidative style, with whole-grain bread, ginger, roasted hazelnut and yeast notes lending complexity. Its structure comes into relief due to the dryness, but overall this is balanced and well-integrated, with a very long finish and an expansive aft —Bruce Sanderson
Aug. 01, 2005
HENRI BONNEAU Châteauneuf-du-Pape Réserve des Célestins 1998
98 points, $270
Monstrous, overflowing with roasted chestnut, beef bouillon, bittersweet cocoa, prune, brick dust, espresso and hoisin sauce flavors. This broad-shouldered and immensely concentrated throwback offers accessibility now and for the next 30 years. Drink now —James Molesworth
Jul. 30, 2005
PAPAPIETRO PERRY Pinot Noir Russian River Valley 2001
92 points, $38
A wine with amplitude, finesse, grace, concentration and layers of creamy plum, black cherry and blackberry fruit. Deftly balanced, with fleshy, fine-grained tannins. Finish sails on and on, picking up a trace of nutmeg on the aftertaste. Drink now throug —James Laube
Jul. 29, 2005
DIDIER DAGUENEAU Pouilly-Fumé Pur Sang 2003
92 points, $60
Shows an understated richness, with lemon verbena, peach and honeysuckle flavors supported by hints of macadamia nut and smoke underneath. Long, elegant, stony finish. Drink now through 2008. —James Molesworth
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