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This Cabernet blend from Conn Creek may be a little pricey, but it's a serious wine for the cellar. Delicious, smooth, rich and spicy, with complex and concentrated currant, anise, cedar, tar and cherry, intense and focused, long and detailed. Best from 2 —James Laube
Here's a blockbuster Northern Rhône red, made from 100 percent Syrah. Supple, delivering plenty of warm flavors, verging almost on raisiny. Full-bodied, offering round, rich tannins and concentrated fruit, it has a massive, chewy structure that's given s —Per-Henrik Mansson
From one of Austria's top producers comes this outstanding dry (trocken) Grüner Veltliner. Candied almond and pear give way to rich, intense violet and vegetal flavors. Full-bodied and unevolved, with a viscous texture and density. Palate-coating finish, —Bruce Sanderson
Here's an outsanding Fay vineyard Cabernet from a California winery with a long track record. Expands into a tremendously flavorful wine. Smooth, rich and spicy, with mocha and vanilla-scented currant and black cherry flavors that are elegant and sophisti —James Laube
All three of Guigal's '96 single-vineyard Côte-Rôties (known as the "La-La" wines) earned Cellar Selection designations. Very complex. With its plum, mocha and dark chocolate and clean, fresh black currant, there is plenty to like in this full-bodied, h —Per-Henrik Mansson
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