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1 BOTTLE OF EACH OF THE FOLLOWING WINES.


2013 Vieux Télégraphe “La Crau” Châteauneuf-du-Pape
Of all the sites in Châteauneuf, La Crau is one of the best. Combine that with super talented winemaking, and a family history dating back over 5 generations at the domaine, and you’ve got yourself a legend.

91-93 points, The Wine Advocate

2012 Chateau Batailley, Cru Classe, Pauillac
This classified Fifth Growth from one of the best spots on the Left Bank in Bordeaux is often overlooked, to our benefit. Ripe tannins temper fresh acidity and fruit, with a persistent finish.

92 points, Robert Parker

2013 Caro, Barons de Rothschild/Catena, Mendoza
When the famed First Growth Bordeaux producer Lafite and one of the most prestigious families in Argentina decided to make a wine, Caro was born. This Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon blend is a New World wonder.

96 points, James Suckling

2013 Guido Porro, Nebbiolo Langhe, Piedmont
From the winemaker known as the “George Clooney of Piedmont”, this is an Italian stunner: Barolo in all but name. Here’s a lovely approachable style of Nebbiolo with some richness and attractive aromatics.