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Joël Taluau was a fabulous grower in St. Nicolas de Bourgueil known for making some of the purest expressions of Cabernet Franc in the Loire, which are unmarred by the intrusion of oak. He was also the first producer in the appellation to begin domaine bottling. These days, Joel makes wines with the help of his son-in-law, Thierry Foltzenlogel.
Price: $29.99

1993 Glen Garioch "Adelphi" 21 Year Old Single 1st Fill Sherry Butt Cask Strength Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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This exceptional single cask of Glen Garioch was bottled way back in 2015 by Adelphi. They split the cask between the US and European markets and bottled 221 bottles for this side of the Atlantic. The dense dark sherry and old school malt character are indicative of the old style Glen Garioch that has since been adjusted. They used their traditional malt floors all the way up until their closure in 1994, so this may have been made from barley malted onsite. Regardless of that fact, the spirit is one of the finest modern Glen Gariochs we've ever tasted, a...
Price: $199.99


Wine Spectator: "Firm and trim, with an attractive band of currant, coffee, anise and cedar. A well-proportioned, moderately rich and complex young red that finishes with mild tannins." (09/1996) K&L Notes: Vineyard 29 was founded in 1989 by retirees Teresa Norton and Tom Paine who knew their property had potential because of the success of the neighboring Grace Family Vineyard from which they secured some planting materials. Robert Parker called the 1993 Grace Family Cabernet a "top-flight example of this high class vintage" and described it as: "Deep...
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Wine Spectator: "Firm and trim, with an attractive band of currant, coffee, anise and cedar. A well-proportioned, moderately rich and complex young red that finishes with mild tannins. " (03/1996)
Price: $129.99

From Charles Neal: "The Huard family have lived on the Le Pertyer property in the Suisse-Normand for five generations. Jean-Francois Guillouet, who recently took over for his retired grandfather Michel, is the seventh generation. If one were to consider the properties of Camut and Giard from the Domaine de Montreuil as the most stunning examples of hautes-tiges plantings in the Pays d'Auge, and Lemorton as the most revered property in the Domfrontais, the Huard property would have to be considered the most admired in AOC Calvados."
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90 points Vinous: "From a 25-year-old single cask, selected from the Voyer family in Grande Champagne. Amber on the nose, with wet earth scents at first, then leather, then aromas like bananas Foster. On the palate, there’s earth and clay, dried cherries and tropical fruit. Pleasant and drinkable, but a bit unfocused. (45.9% abv) (JW)" (09/2019) K&L Notes: The Through The Grapevine project is one of the most exciting Cognac collections to come to market ever. The distillate literally only sees a coarse particulate filter before bottling. Nothing is add...

Mr. Cazenave has become one of the most renowned producers of Armagnac on the market today. His beautiful estate in the rolling hills outside of Mauléon d'Armagnac have old vine Folle Blanche planted to sable fauve and sandy clay. Not a native of Gascogne he's managed a large medical laboratory in Nice and began farming in Armagnac after serving in Algeria. An honorary gascognian, he made a commitment to producing the finest Armagnac in the early 1990s and sparing no expense to create the finest eau-de-vie possible. Here are the results of that passion. ...
Price: $149.99


93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1993 Le Pavilion is the Hermitage of the Vintage. More austere than when I tasted it prior to bottling, it is one of the few 1993s with a sweet inner core of fruit, as well as a dense ruby/purple color, outstanding concentration and extract, and huge tannin in the finish. It is a harder style of Le Pavilion than the 1992, but it should turn out to be a 40- to 50-year wine. (RP)" (12/1996) 92 points Jeb Dunnuck: "Mature and drinking at point, the 1993 M. Chapoutier Ermitage Le Pavillon shows meaty black cher...

A comparatively recent distillery, Glen Keith was constructed in 1957, mothballed in 2000 but re-opened in 2013. The distillery has often been at the cutting edge of distilling technology with experiments in computerisation and was the first to introduce gas-fired stills.
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91 points Wine Spectator: "Firm and bright, with nicely realized berry and red plum flavors, suggesting richness and suppleness under fine tannins. (HS)" (04/1997) 90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Quite a surprise in a difficult vintage, a strict selection and the superb terroir of Haut Brion triumphed over a very challenging year that produced many hard, relatively herbaceous wines. The color is a surprisingly saturated deep plum/ruby. Some sweet berry fruit intermixed with menthol, graphite, damp earth, and a hint of mushroom emerges in this...


Bid on this bottle of 1993 Domaine J-F Mugnier Musigny Grand Cru (97BH, 94JG, 92VN). Allen Meadows - Burghound: "The intense and now slowly, indeed almost grudgingly maturing Pinot fruit just explodes from the glass offering beautifully nuanced smoke, violets and a cornucopia of red fruit. The mid-palate is still relatively tight with flavors that are so precise that they seem to etch themselves into your palate before joining with a seamless finish that seems to go on and on. Mugnier once told me that this is the finest wine he has ever made and I don't doubt it for a second. This is "thrill a second" juice that should drink well for another 15 to 20 years, perhaps longer. The word "brillliant" does not seem adequate to describe just how good this wine is. In terms of drinkability, this is still on the way up though I underscore that it is approaching its prime window of drinkability. Note: While my notes are reasonably consistent with this wine, I have encountered some minor bottle v

Bid on this bottle of 1993 Domaine Dujac Clos de la Roche Grand Cru (96JG, 90VN). John Gilman: "The 1993 Clos de la Roche from Jacques Seysses is starting to get very close to full maturity, but another few years of bottle age would certainly cause no undesirable effects. This was a very short crop for the domaine in this vineyard, with the Clos de la Roche only producing twenty-eight hectoliters per hectare in 1993. The bouquet is truly stunning, soaring from the glass in a blaze of red and black plums, dark chocolate, gamebird, a very complex base of soil tones, woodsmoke and vanillin oak. On the palate the wine is deep, pure and sappy at the core, with its full-bodied format both vibrant and soil-driven, with a very long, transparent and gently tannic finish. This is just blossoming beautifully, but there is more to come from this stage of development and I would be inclined to let it sleep just a couple more years in the cellar, so that this wave of complexity can fully come front
Starting Bid: $1,430.00

Bid on this bottle of 1993 Opus One Napa Valley Bordeaux Blend (93RP, 92WS, 90VN). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Deep garnet-brick colour. Fragrant aromas of dried cranberries, prunes, cinnamon and cumin giving way to subtler earthy notes of leather and tar. A lot of discernable fruit remains on the palate framed by crisp acidity and a medium level of grainy tannins. Very long, layered finish. (LPB)" (07/2009)