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The Waxed Bat 2019
Opi Sadler’s ultra-rich blend of Shiraz, Malbec, and Cabernet is one of our most popular reds – and for good reason. Packed with intense black fruit and smooth baking spice characters, this beauty’s a big crowd pleaser (and made for steak).
Dark Corner Durif Shiraz 2019
From the cellars that brought you our No. 1 Australian red, The Black Stump, this remarkable Durif-Shiraz is “very tasty and satisfying” (critic Sam Kim, who rated previous vintages 93 points). Just wait until you taste the ultra-rich 2018 release.
Tenuta di Somaro Aglianico Primitivo 2016
When Mario Ercolino stumbled upon a small parcel of ancient vines deep in Puglia’s countryside, he knew he’d found something special. Thanks to southern Italy’s superb 2016 vintage, this hugely acclaimed release might be his richest yet.
Pirineos Cabernet Sauvignon 2015
Spain’s high-altitude Somontano produces wines that are “among the most consistent and best value in Spain,” says famed wine writer Hugh Johnson. This barrel-aged Cabernet – with its shiny international gold medal – is a perfect taste.
Jean-Pierre Moueix Pomerol 2015
For 38 years, Christian Moueix was in charge of $3,000-a-bottle Pétrus – perhaps the most sought-after Bordeaux of all. Today, you enjoy exclusive access to his silky Pomerol from the superb 2015 vintage. Rich, complex, and drinking beautifully now.
Trunk Road 80 Petite Sirah 2017
Deep, dark Petite Sirah is an Aussie specialty. Your sumptuous taste hails from trophy-winning winemaker John Quarisa and top-sited vineyards in South Eastern Australia. Look forward to layers of velvety plum, black currant, and toasty spice.
Jean-Pierre Moueix Saint-Emilion 2016
For 38 years, Christian Moueix ran legendary Château Pétrus, perhaps the most coveted Bordeaux of all. Today you enjoy access to his Private Reserve Saint-Emilion from excellent 2016. It’s full of smooth, dark-fruit complexity with spicy oak notes.
Le Bordeaux de Tour du Roch-Milon Magnum 2017
We unearthed this gem at a château across the street from $1,000+ Latour. And their gravelly vineyards are also intermingled with those of $700+ Mouton Rothschild. But their barrel-aged gold medalist is yours for a far friendlier price.
L'Epiphanie de Margaux 2018
Here’s the Bordeaux scoop of the year – a small allocation of premium Margaux from a prestigious Cru Classé (one of only five Second Growths in the district) for an insiders-only price. Classic Margaux – haunting fragrance, elegance, finesse. Hurry.
Schroeder Estate Patagonia Malbec Magnum 2018
Argentina’s pioneering Schroeder family have braved the elements in Patagonia since 1927. This extreme locale is known for its tiny, thick-skinned grapes – an ideal base for rich, complex wines, like their acclaimed Malbec. Now available in magnum.