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1972 Domaine Dujac Clos de la Roche Grand Cru

95 points John Gilman: "Not surprisingly, the ’72 Dujac Clos de la Roche is also outstanding, and is a bit more black fruity and powerful than the Bonnes-Mares. The bouquet is deep, resolved and refined, delivering notes of pure black cherries, ripe plums, game tones, dark chocolate, forest floor, vinesmoke, earth and a touch of vanillin oak. On the palate the wine is medium-full, deep and packed with candied black cherry fruit at the core, with excellent focus and delineation, and great length and grip on the complex finish." (01/2003)

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JG 95

1972 Lafite-Rothschild, Pauillac

Wine Spectator: "Meaty, plummy herbal flavors are firm and well balanced between fruit and aged character. Bell pepper and olive stand out." (11/1991) K&L Notes: Château Lafite-Rothschild has been seen as the most aristocratic of the first growths. Purchased by Baron James de Rothschild in 1868, the land's wine history goes back to Roman times, with stops on the best tables of judges of the Middle Ages, King Louis XV, Madame de Pompadour and the president of the local parliament until he was guillotined during the French Revolution. The property passed ... 

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1972 Louis Latour Pernand Vergelesses Rouge

Nestled beside the hill of Corton and it's grand cru vineyards is the little known village of Pernand Vergelesses. Sloping away from the sunlight, this village's vineyards produce wines that do better in 'hot' vintages. Little noticed, even today, there is sparse information on the Pernand Vergelesses from 1972.

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1972 Ardbeg 29 year "Ardbeggeddon" Bottled by OMC for the PLOWED Society Islay Single Malt Whisky (750ml)

Only 227 bottles produced. Produced for the exclusive PLOWED Society and notoriously incredible. Malt Maniac, Serge Valentine has this take on the legend, "Imagine I had never tried this legend before! Colour: dark straw. Nose: oh yes, here are the half-farmy and half-seaweedy aromas I was looking for. Apple compote. Perfectly balanced, rather delicate and subtle, yet rich. Not a wham-bam, ‘too obvious’ Ardbeg, contrarily to what many say. Very, very classy stuff! Mouth: again, superbly balanced. Lots of peat and sugared lemon juice. Gets superbly dry li ... 

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1972 W. J. Hart Vintage Port (Silva & Cosens)

W. J. Hart is a brand name owned by the Symington family that is also behind the famous Dow Port. This bottle was filled from a wood cask in 1990 under the Hart name for importation into France by the S.A.J. Ryst company. A fine quality port that shares the same pedigree and sources as the Dow port wines.

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1972 Glendronach 39 Year Old "Cask #712" Non-Chillfiltered Single Oloroso Sherry Butt Single Malt Whisky

The famous 1972 Oloroso Sherry Butt #712 from Glendronach is one of the rarest and most sought-after single casks in the world. Winner of the 2011 Malt Maniacs awards, it beat out legends like '82 Port Ellen, '52 Glen Grant, '81 Karuizawa, to take top honors. 95.5 points Jim Murray's Whiskey Bible 2012. One of only 466 bottles. Serge Valentine of reviewed this one favorably, "Colour: mahogany. Nose: a wonderful profile, very much in line with last year’s winner, cask #700. Same kind of big yet subtle notes of peonies and roses, then raisins ... 

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1972 Mount Eden "Estate" Santa Cruz Mountains Pinot Noir

Founded in 1945 by the legendary Martin Ray, Mount Eden is the original "boutique" winery. Perched on a 2,000-foot peak in the Santa Cruz Mountains, they have one of the longest histories of producing estate bottled pinot noir and chardonnay in California. Charles Sullivan: "Mount Eden's wines since 1972 have tended to be rich, powerful, and expensive. The three historic varietals (Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Cabernet Sauvignon) still monopolize production..." (A Companion to California Wine, pg 226)

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1972 DRC Domaine de la Romanée-Conti Romanée-St-Vivant Grand Cru

Allen Meadows - Burghound: " (from a bottle with < 3 cm of ullage). Bricking but still ruby core. A somewhat muted, moderately spicy nose redolent with aged burg aromas and plenty of sous bois combines with rich, intense and very punchy mouth coating flavors that offer excellent persistence. This is a bit hollow on the finish though and it's clear that the flavors are tiring but on the plus side, there is still a certain undeniable class to this wine. Multiple, and consistent, notes." (03/2010)

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1972 Heitz "Martha's Vineyard" Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon (3L)

93 points John Gilman: "The 1972 Martha’s Vineyard is a beautiful bottle of wine at its apogee of maturity and is a classic expression of this extravagant and minty Napa Valley crown jewel. The bouquet is deep, very fine and quite serious, as it soars from the glass in a blaze of red and black cherries, coffee beans, a rather gentle note of eucalyptus for Martha’s, smoke, petroleum jelly, a touch of cocoa powder and a beautiful base of complex soil tones. On the palate the wine is full-bodied and just a touch chunky, but with great mid-palate depth of sw ... 

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JG 93

1972 Montrose, St. Estèphe

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Montrose is hidden on one of St. Estèphe's tiny back roads, closer to the Gironde River. Until the mid- 1970's, Montrose made one of Bordeaux's biggest, deepest, and slowest maturing wines. Many Bordelais compared it to Latour because of its weight and richness, in addition to its close geographical proximity to the river. (Bordeaux: A Consumer's Guide to the World's Finest Wines, pg 118)"

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1972 Louis Latour Pernand Vergelesses

Just a stone's throw from Corton Charlemagne, Pernand Vergelesses has always offered incredible value. The same value abounds in the wines of old time negociant Louis Latour.

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1972 Jaboulet-Vercherre Corton "Clos du Roi"

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "This old line firm, established in the Rhône Valley in 1842 spread its operation to Burgundy with the opening of its cellars in Beaune in 1920. I agree with Europe's most famous and prolific wine writer, Dutchman Hubrecht Duijker, that because of their Rhône origins, this frim's wines tend to be impressively colored, alcoholic, and full... (Burgundy: A Comprehensive Guide to Producers, Appellations, and Wines, pg 220)" K&L Notes: Along with being a large negotiant firm in both Burgundy and the Rhone, Jaboulet-Vercherre ow ... 

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1972 Suduiraut, Sauternes (oxidized capsule)

According to Neal Martin: "There is little doubt that under AXA Millésimes, Château Suduiraut has gone from strength to strength. Ancient vintages from the 1970's are criticized for their lack of consistency, with some writers arguing that the early picking necessitated excessive chaptalization. Undoubtedly this problem has been rectified in recent years and the estate has a completely different modus operandi. These days, Château Suduiraut deserves it rightful place next to Château d'Yquem and one could argue, offers better value for money. I wrote the ... 

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1972 Mayacamas Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

Mayacamas Vineyards is located in the Mayacamas Mountains that divide Napa and Sonoma valleys. The historic stone winery is perched on the edge of a dormant volcano crater, near the top of Mt. Veeder. Originally built in 1889, Mayacamas is one of Napa Valley’s oldest wineries. The winery has been known for making lean, balanced, long-aging wines. Many vintages need a decade or more of cellaring to really find their greatness. These wines bring one back to the old days of California wine, when wines were allowed to age gracefully and develop in the bottle ... 

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1972 Schoolhouse Pinot Noir

Extremely Rare wine from Stony Hill winery grapes.

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1972 Chappellet Cabernet Sauvignon

Perched 1,200 feet above the floor of the Napa Valley, the Chappellet family's winery definitely makes use of these very unique, mountain vineyards. The foundation of Chappellet winemaking program is focused on creating extraordinary age-worthy Cabernet Sauvignon, like this one, now fully mature, from 1972. The ideal birthday bottle for the Napa enthusiast.

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1972 Ridge Vineyards "Monte Bello" Santa Cruz Mountains Cabernet Sauvignon

90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "(RP)" (10/1993) K&L Notes: An early bottling from this historic winery. The Monte Bello vineyard was replanted with Cabernet Sauvignon in 1949 and the first Ridge bottling debuted in 1962. Original vintage notes from Ridge: "In 1972 the grapes reached good balance and were harvested on the Ridge the day before the premature winter rains. The picking just at maturity, rather than our usual course of allowing the grapes to slightly over-ripen, provided a Bordeaux-like elegance. This lovely, full wine, softened by ... 

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RP 90

1972 Tollot Beaut Aloxe Corton

From the lovely 1972 vintage, which has depth and finesse and kots of character. The Aloxe Corton is always a wine with more tannins in its youth, which serves it well as it ages, and Tollot-Beaut had some lovely old vines in Aloxe Corton 1972 (later ripped out in the 1980's as they reached the end of their productive life).

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1972 Sutter Home Zinfandel

85 points Wine Spectator (06/85)

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1972 Louis Martini Special Selection Napa Cabernet Sauvignon

The story of Louis Martini is a key chapter in Napa's winemaking history. Genovese immigrant Louis Martini established his first business in 1922, smack in the middle of Prohibition (in force in the US from 1919 until 1933). He was therefore limited to making "sacramental and medicinal" wines at first. With the end of prohibition, Martini became one the first winemakers in California to produce vintage varietal table wines in quantity, and at reasonable prices. His son's 1968/70 Merlot was the first varietal Merlot made in the US. Sourced from prime ... 

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1972 Rieussec, Sauternes (top shoulder fills, slightly soiled labels)

From Robert Parker: "As one approaches the heart of the Sauternes appellation, Chateau Rieussec and its prominent look-out tower can be spotted on one of the highest hillsides. The Rieussec vineyards, spread across the hillsides of Fargues and Sauternes overlooking the left bank of the Garonne, have the highest altitude after those of d'Yquem. Surprising for a Bordeaux property, the entire vineyard is one single unit. Rieussec has always had an outstanding reputation, but there is no doubting that after its acquisition by Albert Vuillier in 1971, the qu ... 

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1972 Coron Beaune 1er Cru "Greves"

This esteemed house was founded back in 1860 and remains in the Coron family. With holdings in many of the Cote de Beaune's finest vineyard sites, great wine is made here, and wine that stands the test of time, too!

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1972 M. Chapoutier Hermitage

Michael Broadbent describes the 1972 vintage as "excellent" in Hermitage. This is a seldom-seen bottle from a master of this rarified AVA.

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1972 Romanee Conti, Domaine de la Romanee Conti

Burgundy--the most fickle of the great French wine regions and the most potentially mind-blowing. Domaine de la Romanee Conti--the undisputed king of Burgundy and one of the very top wine estates of the world. Romanee Conti--the domaine's monopole vineyard, which grows some of the most coveted fruit known to man. This 1972 is a once-in-a-lifetime bottle for most of us mere mortals. We suggest sharing it with the love of your lifetime. Perhaps he or she was born in '72?

Price: $2,600.00 Add To Waiting List

1972 Pichon-Lalande, Pauillac

From Neal Martin's Producer Profile: "Château Pichon Lalande, or Château Pichon-Longueville, Comtesse de Lalande to grant it its full title, is the closest you can get to a First Growth without it actually being one. Whilst the waiting room is crammed full of irritable "Super-seconds" waiting in vain to follow Mouton-Rothschild into that exclusive First Growth members club, one can make a strong claim that Pichon-Lalande ought to be at the front of the queue, a wine surfeit with aristocracy, breed and class."

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1972 Ridge Vineyards "Monte Bello" Santa Cruz Mountains Ruby Cabernet (VHS, bin soiled label)

Ridge's blog said of this wine: "A carignane-cab hybrid designed to put a higher-acidity/drought-resistant spin on the king of grapes such as to make it more suitable for growing in climates like the Central Valley, ruby cabernet is a bit of an anomaly of sorts, and for 1 acre of it to be planted on the rather cooler-climate Monte Bello property seems a methodology destined for the the dust bins, but here and there, some of these have been really rather fine. In tasting with Paul [Draper, chief winemaker at Ridge Vineyards], he has always said he thought ... 

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