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2018 Chateau Pradeaux, Bandol Rouge, Provence $45.99
Fans of old-school Bandol take note - this is the real deal. This is not one of those gussied up, lipstick sporting, glossy juice-ball Bandols. 95% Mourvedre, the 2018 (great vintage in Provence) Bandol Rouge offers an ethereal nose and the promise of greatness with some additional bottle age. The palate is opulent, structured and balanced with dark fruit surrounded by notes of herbs de Provence, leather, wild game and a strong soil signature. The perfect food partner with cassoulet, garlicky lamb dishes and the like. Enjoy now with hearty fare, or better yet, through 2025-2045 for additional complexity. Awesome Bandol!

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NV (2019) Pertois-Lebrun, Extra-Brut Blanc de Blancs, L’Extravertie, Grand Cru Champagne $49.99
Over the past couple years, Pertois-Lebrun has become our go-to Blanc de Blancs Champagne producer, ousting some of our other long-time and much better know Grower Champagne producers. The Champagnes of Pertois-Lebrun are precise and chiseled with pristine fruit supported by balancing acidity. From the outstanding 2019 vintage, the L’Extravertie offers a vein of minerality that runs throughout the palate. Enjoy now, or let it keep improving and gaining in complexity over the next decade. A stunning value! “The NV (2019) Extra-Brut Blanc de Blancs L’Extravertie Grand Cru was picked in Chouilly, Le Mesnil-sur-Oger, Oiry, Cramant and Oger and the base wines were fermented in (neutral) oak. Cold butter and gentle cream appear teasingly on the nose. The palate is immediately taut but benefits from fine mousse. This has the salty slenderness of chalk-based blanc de blancs and a beautifully bracing nature of that style, only marginally softened by oak and displaying lovely depth. So lively and bright. Dosage 3.5gr/L. Drink through 2033.” - 91 Vinous I think it’s even better than the awkward review above.

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2022 Mullineux, (Dry) Chenin Blanc Old Vines, “Granite” Eikelaan Vineyard, Swartland, So. Africa $89.99 bottle / $479.94($79.99) six-pack
This is probably my favorite wine in this offering as it’s insanely good Chenin Blanc, and I love Chenin. With its pristine fruit, shimmering acidity and a mineral vein that courses throughout the palate, this is as good as any young Chenin from Savennieres, Vouvray, or anywhere for that matter. While this wine is already exciting to drink now, it will continue to evolve for 15+ years in a cool cellar. The reviews below don’t do this wine justice. “Starting with a rocky essence and firm mineral core, the 2022 Granite Chenin Blanc delivers notes of yellow and green apples with dusty pears before fresh-cut Meyer lemon and citrus blossom aromas waft from the glass. The Chenin Blanc is medium to full-bodied with a delightful mineral tension that will remain food friendly for 20 years, maybe longer. It's a lovely wine that’s quite cerebral and keeps me thinking. Gliding to a fresh, mineral-laced finish, this gorgeous Chenin Blanc will remain fit to fight for any occasion and comes with a wide array of food and wine pairing applications. Nicely done!” - 94 W.A. & “I love the crushed stone aromas here, with lemon and grapefruit pith, white lavender and apricot stones. Sleek, mineral and textured, with a medium body and a very long, mineral and almost chalky finish. Drink or hold.” - 94 J.S.

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2022 Mullineux, (Dry) Chenin Blanc Old Vines, “Schist” Roundstone Vineyard, Swartland, So. Africa $89.99 bottle / $479.94($79.99) six-pack
This wine is the Schist! Sorry…couldn’t help myself. The Schist Roundstone Chenin is similar in some ways to the “Granite” but a bit tighter out of the gate and has a different mineral expression. Truly outstanding with a long life ahead of it. “Displaying a softer nose with a dusty and ripe fruit condition, the 2022 Schist Chenin Blanc displays a more approachable expression with aromas of waxy apples and a broad, open accessibility. Medium-bodied, the palate is abroad and ready for action, showing succulent acidity with notes of juicy peaches and Honeycrisp apple before concluding with a ripe, succulent finish. Enjoy with food.” - 93 W.A. / “Showing mango stone and baked apple notes with hints of juniper spice and lemon cream. Grapefruit, too. Full-bodied, phenolic and broadly textured, with excellent flavor concentration. Comes back together at the end with a stony restraint. Drink or hold.”+ 94 J.S. & “The 2022 Chenin Blanc Schist is aged in 500-liter older barrels with no bâtonnage. It has a beautifully defined bouquet with pressed white flowers, litchee, powdered stone and a touch of yellow fruit. The palate is very well-balanced with a texturally seductive opening, lightly spiced with plenty of spicy ginger here and a vivid white pepper-driven finish that lingers in the mouth. Excellent. Drink 2024-2040.” - 93 Vinous

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2020 Mullineux, Syrah, Swartland, So. Africa $39.99 bottle / $215.94($35.99) six-pack
Comprised of fruit from three sites with different soil types (granite, schist & iron) and fermented with 80% stems for expanded aromatic lift, the nose is classic Syrah (reminiscent of Cornas) with aromas of violets, cracked pepper, dried herbs and a hint of earth. The palate is fresh and balanced (13% alc.) with dark Syrah fruit, licorice, dried herbs, soil-driven notes and chalky tannins providing good structure for now, and another 10+ years further development. This is a really great deal in the Syrah arena. “This is well-defined and focused on the nose, red berry fruit intermixed with light ember and garrigues-like aromas. The palate is medium-bodied with sappy red fruit, fine acidity and grip with a Cornas-like finish leaning more towards black than red fruit and cracked black pepper on the aftertaste. This will give 20 years' drinking pleasure. Drink 2024-2040.” - 92 Vinous /92 W.A. / 92 J.S. / 92 W.S

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2019 Antoniotti, Bramaterra, Alto Piemonte $49.99 bottle / $269.94($44.99) six-pack
Damn!!! This is incredibly expressive, terroir-driven wine and about as "old-school" as it gets.  Ethereal nose with Nebbiolo fruit, tobacco, earth, leather, etc. The palate is fairly full-bodied for Alto Piemonte, but still very lively and vibrant. Immediately recognizable as Piemontese Nebbiolo (even Barbaresco-ish) but with a different kind of complexity and soil expression than you get from the Langhe. Comprised of about 90% Nebbiolo with splashes of Croatina and Vespolina.  Already delicious, this needs time to really reach its (very) full potential.  This is the real deal and runs circles around most $100 Barolo and Barbarescos. If you’re willing to spend $50 on Barolo or Barbaresco, but not Bramaterra, you’re missing out. Drink 2023 - 2040. Only 50 cases of this wine made into the U.S.

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2019 Giacomo Fenocchio, Barolo, Piedmont $55.99
This is incredibly good Barolo “normale” - significantly better than many single cru Barolo that cost two and three times the price. Giacomo Fenocchio is the source of some of the best traditional Barolo being made, yet is somehow still under the radar for many Piemontese enthusiasts. The wines receives great press and scores year in and year out, but somehow goes unnoticed by the tastemakers that send comparable Barolo into unicorn status and the price into the stratosphere. This wine is, by far, the most Barolo for the money we’ve come across from the great 2019 vintage. “The 2019 Barolo pours a deep ruby and comes from a single parcel just outside of Bussia in Monforte d'Alba. It saw 40 days of maceration and was fermented in stainless steel tanks before being aged in 25- to 35-hectoliter Slavonian oak casks. Alluring and ripe, it reveals notes of balsamic, black cherry, and purple flowers. This medium-bodied red has moderate tannins, with elegant freshness throughout, and expresses wild raspberry fruit and dusty earth. It is an outstanding value.” - 92 Jeb Dunnuck This is an incredible value.

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