$20 - $30 - $30+ - Medal Winner - Medium - 13% - 13.99%
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The Inaugural R Collection by Raymond Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon 2018
This winning Cabernet Sauvignon hails from Raymond Vineyards, “one of the iconic wineries of Napa” (critic Robert Parker). It’s a longtime best-seller, boasting layers of ripe plum and cherry, plus a velvety texture and long, chocolatey finish.
Forbes Creek Pinot Noir 2017
This award-winning Pinot Noir was sourced from some of the Golden State’s top Pinot sites – Napa, Clarksburg, Sonoma Coast, and beyond. With ripe, red-berry flavors, all wrapped up in a silky-smooth texture, it will make a fine aperitif.
Saracosa Governo (magnum) 2018
Saracosa is such a huge favorite, winemaker Sofia Barbanera was inspired to create a luxurious “big brother” version – now available in a MAGNUM bottle. Made in a traditional, flavor-boosting style, it boasts a history of impressive 98-point scores.
Vila de Rei Reserva 2016
Fourth-generation Nuno Cancela de Abreu is a master at making HUGE, succulent reds. He’s really outdone himself here, with a blend of native Portuguese grapes that’s rich, velvety and (as you'll taste) very befitting of its royal-inspired name.
Château L'Esparrou Cuvée Bisconte 2017
From southern France’s Roussillon region and historic Château L’Esparrou, this special cuvée boasts a coveted Gilbert & Gaillard gold. Judges loved its “pleasant nose accented by dark fruits and spices with a touch of licorice.”
If you haven’t had the Barbanera’s sumptuous, barrel-aged Super Tuscan yet, now’s the perfect time. A perennial favorite of leading Italian critic Luca Maroni, Vecciano sports 99 points (Mr. Maroni’s highest score) for the third vintage in a row!
Château Terrebonne Coeur de Cuvée 2017
This “wonderful” pink hails from the heartland of rosé and an estate that’s won over 60 awards in 11 vintages – including gold for this special release. Starring old-vine Grenache and Syrah, it brims with juicy raspberry and complex wild herb notes.
Buena Vista Stone Caves Merlot 2017
Buena Vista, founded in 1857, has the distinction of being California’s oldest premium winery. Our customers have exclusive access to some of their finest releases, like this velvety, gold-medal-winning Merlot from the exceptional 2017 vintage.
Chateau Ramage La Batisse Haut Medoc 2010
Just a short stroll from Château Lafite (average price for their 2010: $1,125 a bottle), Ramage la Batisse has had "an impressive track record for quality for close to 30 years" (Parker). The 2010 has 91 Wine Enthusiast Points and is a great value.
Domaine de Guingal Cahors Malbec 2009
It’s high time for French Malbec – the original Malbec – to take its place in the spotlight. And after 10 years of mellowing out in the bottle, this perfectly mature, dual-gold medalist from the sunny southwest is a great (re)introduction.