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Dec. 07, 2002
M. CHAPOUTIER Hermitage La Sizeranne 2000
94 points, $110
A high-end wine, but from one of the Rhône's top producers, it's worth tracking down. Graceful, classy, modern Hermitage. Toasted oak and milk chocolate complements the ripe fruit. Sweet tannins give this medium-bodied red a soft edge. Long, balanced, sa —Per-Henrik Mansson
Dec. 05, 2002
DOMAINE CHÈZE Condrieu Cuvée de Brèze 2001
94 points, $39
Ultrathick yet elegant. A wonderful Viognier, offering loads of spices, apricot pie, bread dough and baked apples, plus some floral notes. Full-bodied. Lots of oak on the finish, but the toasted wood is well-integrated. To die for. Best from 2004 through —Per-Henrik Mansson
Nov. 29, 2002
CA' BIANCA Barolo 1997
91 points, $33
Here's a late-release Barolo from the ripe '97 vintage that won't break the bank. It's a big and juicy red, thick and powerful, yet rich and long. Velvety tannins and meaty, fruity and light toasted flavors. Give this time. Best after 2005. Shouldn't be t —James Suckling
Nov. 23, 2002
PAOLO SCAVINO Barolo Carobric 1998
95 points, $80
From the racy, elegant '98 Piedmont vintage comes this superb Barolo. Very well-done. Bright fruit, with hints of dry porcini that turn to blackberries. Full-bodied, with loads of silky tannins and a medium finish. Best after 2005. 1,600 cases made. High —James Suckling
Nov. 20, 2002
PIPER-HEIDSIECK Brut Champagne Rare 1988
97 points, $55
This monumental Champagne doesn't need the holidays as an excuse to get opened. Full-bodied and intense, yet retaining the elegance and verve characteristic of the '88 vintage, this is showing roasted elements of coffee, hazelnut and citrus confit, with a —Bruce Sanderson
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