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Masseria Cavallo Negroamaro 2009
Top critic Robert Parker calls the wines of Puglia "sensational bargains with real soul." In the hands of three-time Italian winery of the year Farnese, you can bet on top quality and big flavor.
William Knuttel Russian River Valley Chardonnay 2009
The legendary Bill Knuttel is a top name in Sonoma, but his favorite style recalls the opulence of fine white Burgundy.
HJ Fabre Malbec Reserva 2009
Hervé Fabre’s Malbecs regularly win Gold medals and trophies - even the coveted 90+ point scores from top critic Robert Parker. Here's your taste of his 2009 Reserva.
Le Prince de Courthezon Cotes du Rhone 2009
“We all thought that 2007 was a rare treat — then along came 2009,” says Andrew Jefford, International Wine Columnist of the Year 2010. Quite a review — and here's your chance to try Rhône 2009 for yourself. Packed with red and black fruit flavor,…
Il Papavero Pinot Grigio 2010
Critically acclaimed 2010 vintage of one of our bestselling whites, from Italian wine master Scipione Giuliani.
The Black Stump Durif Shiraz 2010
Last remaining cases of Australia’s hugely popular, award-winning Durif-Shiraz. Order today and SAVE.
J Opi Malbec 2010
A few years ago, Opi Sadler snagged the Malbec Trophy at Argentina’s national show. Then came international acclaim – the Argentinean Red Trophy at the 2009 Decanter World Wine Awards. Now enjoy his gold-medal-winning, signature 2010 Malbec
Split Rock Riesling 2010
New Zealand Riesling is the wine everyone wants to try. This explosively juicy example comes from Decanter World Wine Awards trophy winners (also father and son) Hermann and Chris Seifried.
Perla del Mar 2009
In France they call it "Muscat," in Italy it’s "Moscato" and, in Spain, "Moscatel." The ancient Egyptians loved it, and today it’s hugely popular across the Mediterranean.
Unique, intensely aromatic find from the mountain-ringed vineyards of Northeast Italy.