Vineria Wine Shop
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$120.00 $115.00
"A ripe, rich and full-bodied red, with powerful flavors of dark cherry, plum pudding and currant that feature a lush creaminess. Firm and savory midpalate, ending with a long and refined finish that shows mineral and cocoa butter accents, supported by dusty tannins. Drink now through 2024. 7,850 cases made." 
Wine Spectator 96 pts
$24.00 $21.00
"The 2013 Chianti Classico Riserva is absolutely delicious. Ample and broad on the palate, the 2013 offers striking depth and texture throughout. Dark red cherry, plum, smoke, licorice, menthol and cloves give the 2013 its dark, enveloping personality."
Stephen Tanzer 93 pts
$60.00 $39.00
"The top of the range is the 2013 Fabre Montmayou Grand Vin, which is a blend of mostly Malbec from Vistalba, with a little 10% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Merlot from the old vines around the winery, their oldest vineyard. This is a classical Bordeaux blend with superb balance and elegance, with very good acidity and some spicy oak from 16 months in French oak barrels. The palate is medium to full-bodied with fine-grained tannins. This is ready now but has great concentration, freshness and balance for a slow and positive development in bottle."
Robert Parker 94 pts
$65.00 $58.00
"This riveting wine displays the exceptional finesse and precision that fruit from this AVA can deliver. It's Pinot Noir expressed in the most subtle and demanding way. Beautifully orchestrated red fruits, sappy acids, lush spices, perfect balance and an immaculate mineral-soaked finish are all on display. Drink 2018 through 2030."
Wine Enthusiast 96 pts
$25.00 $21.00
"Ripe raspberry and strawberry flavors are plush and velvety, accented with details of roasted cumin, cinnamon and thyme. Shows plenty of focus on the long finish. Drink now through 2022. 3,000 cases imported."
Wine Spectator 92 pts
$60.00 $30.00
"This new project from the heights of Atlas Peak involves Steve Matthiasson as both viticulturist and winemaker, having had to take over the reins from the late Denis Malbec. It shines in bristling acidity, dusty tannin and a beautiful floral aroma of violet. Notes of chocolate, fig and cigar sit atop a pillowy, complex structure, while vanilla lingers on the finish."
Wine Enthusiast 93 pts
$160.00 $160.00
"Deep garnet-purple in color, the 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon Kathryn Hall opens with intense crème de cassis, mulberries and plum preserves notions over hints of Chinese five spice, tapenade and smoky bacon, plus a touch of dried Provence herbs. Full-bodied, concentrated and powerfully fruited on the palate, it has a soft, inviting frame of fine-grained tannins and loads of spice and savory layers coming through on the long finish." 
Robert Parker 95 pts
$40.00 $37.00
"Plush and full of richly spiced flavors of dark cherry, blackberry and plum tart, supported by elegant, medium-grained tannins. The finish is filled with notes of sandalwood and allspice. Drink now through 2022. 4,558 cases made."
Wine Spectator 92 pts
$20.00 $17.99
"The 2015 Costières de Nîmes Sainte Cecile is a modern-styled red that’s made from 45% Syrah, 45% Mourvèdre and 10% Grenache, aged all in barrels. Blackberries, peppery herbs, cedar and violet aromas and flavors all flow from this medium to full-bodied, concentrated, beautifully balanced wine that’s an awesome value. In addition, they make 4,000 cases so it should be easy to find. Buy some!"
Robert Parker 92 pts
$83.00 $83.00
"This red has a lovely, perfumy mix of savory, mint, tobacco, blood orange, cherry and bergamot notes all mixed together, carried by silky but ample structure before ending with a long, mineral- and shiso leaf–infused finish. Finely beaded acidity lets everything hang wonderfully. This should expand and cruise in the cellar. Best from 2020 through 2035. 13,500 cases made."
Wine Spectator 95 pts
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