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AMBLE+CHASE 2017 Coteaux d’Aix-en-Provence Rosé 250ml can$3.99
Wine Spectator 89 Rating
Very stylish, with a creamy edge to the pretty white cherry, rose water and jasmine notes. The long finish shows a light mineral echo. Grenache, Syrah and Cinsault. Sold as a four-pack of 250ml cans. Drink now. Tasted twice, with consistent notes. 4,000 cases made.
Ancien 2016 Pinot Gris Sangiacomo Vineyard$29.99–$149.94
Wine Enthusiast 93 Rating
From a vineyard known better for Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, this lovely aromatic white is well crafted and fruity, dry with a creaminess to the texture that's beguiling without becoming too much. Lemon, quince and apricot flavors provide a bright, lingering fleshiness that will work deliciously at the table. It spent six months in neutral French oak.
Buy this one by the 6pk for $24.99 per bottle
Ancient Peaks 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon$18.99–$168.00
Paso Robles California
Jeb Dunnuck 90 Rating
The 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon is a terrific value and is 83% Cabernet Sauvignon, 14% Petit Verdot, and the rest Petite Sirah. It has a Bordeaux-ish bouquet of new saddle leather, cedarwood, tobacco leaf, and smoky black fruits as well as medium body, plenty of fruit, sweet tannins, and a good finish. It’s not going to make old bones, but it has serious character, and I’d happily drink bottles over the coming 4-6 years. Drink: 2018-2024.
Buy this one by the 12pk for $14.00 per bottle
Ancient Peaks 2017 Santa Margarita Ranch Renegade Red$17.99–$192.00
Paso Robles California
Enjoyabilityfactor 91 Rating
Renegade comes from Ancient Peaks' estate Margarita Vineyard on the historic Santa Margarita Ranch. From missionaries to gunslingers, rough riders to outlaws, a colorful cast of characters has traversed the ranch’s rugged terrain since the 18th century. In that spirit, Ancient Peaks has made an intensely flavored blend that pushes the envelope and resists conformity, adding an adventurous twist to the family of wines. Defiantly bold and daringly elegant—this is Renegade.
Buy this one by the 12pk for $16.00 bottle
Andre Brunel 2005 Chateauneuf-du-Pape Les Cailloux Cuvee Centenaire$89.99
Southern Rhone Valley
Wine Advocate 96 Rating
A big, rich and ripe wine, the tiny production 2005 Châteauneuf du Pape Cuvee Centenaire (80% Grenache, 15% Mourvèdre and 5% Syrah) comes all from the Farguerol lieu-dit that’s located in the northwestern sector of the appellation. It offers a smorgasbord of Provencal aromas and flavors, with tons of sweet kirsch, roasted herbs, beef blood, black licorice and garrigue soaring from the glass. Full-bodied, voluptuous and downright sexy, with no hard edges and a seamless style, this is one hedonistic and gorgeous Châteauneuf du Pape to drink anytime over the coming 5-6 years starting from the year 2015.
Annabella 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon Special Selection Napa Valley$19.99–$216.00
The 2016 Annabella Sonoma County Cabernet Sauvignon has a dark and brooding nose, generous with dark chocolate, spicy mission fig, and a hint of black cherries. In the mouth, the wine shows smoky espresso, blackberries, and ripe cherries, intermingling with clove and white pepper from the sweet char of French oak. The fruity finish gives way to a lingering, delicate brown sugar note.
Buy this one by the 12pk for $18.00 per bottle
Antica 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon$54.99–$293.94
Antinori 2013 Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva$29.99–$323.88
Antinori 2016 Solaia$359.99
Wine Advocate 100 Rating
I fussed over scoring this wine more than I'd like to admit—tasting through three samples under different conditions at various intervals and testing my impressions blind against wines in its peer group. Most importantly, I tasted this 2016 vintage against the 2015 vintage over and over again. I confess to a few nights of restless sleep as a result. Ultimately, my decision to award 100 points to the 2016 Solaia came on impulse and with the most natural sense of purpose. I had also given the 2015 vintage a perfect score, and intellectually, it seemed impossible not to pick a favorite among these two stunning expressions. I will also state, outright, that the wines are very different, principally because the 2015 vintage shows more overall opulence and sweetness that extends to the pronounced textural richness of the mouthfeel. The 2016 vintage, on the other hand, is more chiseled and sharp with mineral shadings of campfire ash and graphite at the rim of its dark fruit. The mouthfeel is more streamlined and tight at its core, suggesting that the wine will unfold and soften beautifully with time. I feel like 2015 is the Dolce & Gabbana of the situation and the 2016 is the Armani Privé. The personalities of the two wines are distinct, yet my admiration for each is identical. R28-6