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  • Bouchard Pere & Fils La Romanee Grand Cru 1996 3000ml

    $8,000.00

    La Romanée markedly more exclusive than Romanée Conti and smallest AOC vineyard in France. 𝘈𝘨𝘦𝘥 𝘵𝘰 𝘱𝘦𝘳𝘧𝘦𝘤𝘵𝘪𝘰𝘯 𝘢𝘵 𝘢 𝘤𝘰𝘯𝘴𝘵𝘢𝘯𝘵 12 𝘥𝘦𝘨𝘳𝘦𝘦𝘴 𝘊𝘦𝘭𝘴𝘪𝘶𝘴 𝘪𝘯 𝘮𝘪𝘯𝘵 𝘤𝘰𝘯𝘥𝘪𝘵𝘪𝘰𝘯.

  • Casa Freschi La Signora Nebbiolo Blend 2004 750 R

    $75.00
  • Casa Freschi La Signora Nebbiolo Blend 2006 750 R

    $75.00
  • Casa Freschi Langhorne Creek Nebbiolo 2012 750ml R

    $88.00
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    Chateau Lafite-Rothschild 1950 750ml Red

    $4,000.00
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    Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1990 3000ml Red

    $4,670.00
  • de Trafford Shiraz 393 2009 750ml Red

    $110.00

    Tasting Note:
    It has a vivacious, opulent bouquet of cassis, redcurrant jus and fresh fig that is well defined and opens nicely in the glass. The palate is medium-bodied with liquorice-infused black fruit and a touch of spice and sage towards the heady finish. It has a vivacious, opulent bouquet of cassis, redcurrant jus and fresh fig that is well defined and opens nicely in the glass. The palate is medium-bodied with liquorice-infused black fruit and a touch of spice and sage towards the heady finish.

    Wine Critics
    ‘Loaded with blackberry, boysenberry and raspberry pâte de fruit flavors, this boasts accents of melted black licorice snap and roasted apple wood, delivering a long, charcoal-framed finish. Features range, depth and serious grip. Rock-solid and vivacious. Best from 2014 through 2022. 42 cases imported.’ – Wine Spectator (June 2013), 95/100

    ‘08 & previous listed as ‘Shiraz’. Natural balance best describes this vineyard, which includes full ripeness, but 09 offers more: espresso & smoky wiffs, Provençal herbs, the dark fruit’s freshness a counterpoint to the supple tannins. Slightly less concentration than seminal 08 (5*).’ – Platter’s SA Wine Guide 2012, 4.5*

    ‘The 2009 Syrah 393 is raised 50% in finely grained new French oak for 20 months. It has a vivacious, opulent bouquet of cassis, redcurrant jus and fresh fig that is well defined and opens nicely in the glass. The palate is medium-bodied with liquorice-infused black fruit and a touch of spice and sage towards the heady finish. This is an opulent, well-crafted, modern style of South African Syrah. Another set of superb wines from one of Stellenbosch’s finest exponents: David Trafford (see also Sijnn.) These were mainly very well crafted, expressive of both varietal and place and should merit cellaring.’ – Neal Martin, Wine Advocate (December 2012), 91/100

  • de Trafford Shiraz 393 2010 750ml Red

    $110.00

    Wedged between the Stellenbosch and Helderberg mountains, situated on the beautiful Mont Fleur farm, is the boutique De Trafford winery. The Trafford family purchased the land in 1976 and a small vineyard was in place by 1983. Known for their powerful reds with graceful ageing properties, the iconic 393 Syrah is a selection of the…

  • Dom de la Janasse Chateauneuf du Pape 2013 1500ml Red

    $215.00

    Tasting Note:
    A balance Châteauneuf wine, with notes of black fruit (blackberry, blackcurrant), combined with aromas of violet, lining a long and silky mouth, nervous. Ample and structured sensations will do wonders on dishes and grilled meat simmered, lamb roasts with herbs or beef stew. Enjoy it within the next twenty years.

    Wine Rating: 89-92/100

  • Dom de la Janasse Chateauneuf du Pape 2014 1500ml Red

    $205.00

    Tasting Notes:
    A balanced Châteauneuf wine, with notes of black fruit (blackberry, blackcurrant), combined with aromas of violet, lining along and silky mouth, nervous. Ample and structured sensations will do wonders on dishes and grilled meat simmered, lamb roasts with herbs or beef stew.

    Wine Rating: 90/100

  • Dom de la Janasse Chateauneuf du Pape 2014 750ml Red

    $96.00

    Tasting Notes:
    A balanced Châteauneuf wine, with notes of black fruit (blackberry, blackcurrant), combined with aromas of violet, lining along and silky mouth, nervous. Ample and structured sensations will do wonders on dishes and grilled meat simmered, lamb roasts with herbs or beef stew.

    Wine Rating: 90/100

  • Dom de la Janasse Vieilles Vignes CDP 2013 1500ml Red

    $320.00

    Tasting Notes:
    Exhibiting a deep purple color, it offers fabulous dark berry fruits, licorice, Provençal herbs and earthy/stony minerality on the nose. Benefit from short-term cellaring and evolve for over a decade. Jeb Dunnuck, The Wine Advocate, Oct 2015

    Wine Rating: 94/100

  • Dom de la Janasse Vieilles Vignes CDP 2014 1500ml Red

    $320.00

    Tasting Notes:
    A step up, with additional richness and depth, the 2014 Châteauneuf du Pape Cuvee Vieilles Vignes includes more Mourvèdre than normal, as Christophe wanted to add additional structure. It offers classic notes of black currants, kirsch, licorice and cured meats in a medium to full-bodied, nicely concentrated style. Possessing ripe tannin, a silky, elegant style and outstanding length, it too is ideal for drinking anytime over the coming decade. Jeb Dunnuck, Robert Parker Wine Avocate, Oct 2016.

    Wine Rating: 92/100

  • Lillian Cabernet Sauvignon NV

    $350.00
  • Lillian Cabernet Sauvignon NV No.2

    $340.00
  • Lillian Syrah 2011

    $155.00

    Lillian Official Website Certain gifts are given to the winemaker in California: the fruit will always ripen, it will never suffer from a lack of depth of character, of power. It is not our nature to lean away from these gifts or try to deny them by picking excessively early or by overcropping the vineyard….

  • Lillian Syrah 2012

    $155.00

    Tasting Note:
    Inky purple. Hugely perfumed black and blue fruit aromas are complicated by suggestions of vanilla, incense and cola. Fleshy, palate-staining cassis and boysenberry flavors gain sweetness and spiciness with air, picking up licorice pastille and violet nuances that gain strength on the back half. Finishes smooth and sweet, with velvety tannins adding shape to a strikingly long, broad, spice-tinged finish. Josh Raynolds, Vinous.

  • Lillian Syrah 2013

    $155.00

    Tasting Note:
    Youthful violet. Highly perfumed aromas of black and blue fruits, Indian spices, pungent flowers and incense, along with a smoky nuance that builds in the glass. Palate-staining black raspberry and boysenberry flavors show impressive depth as well as energy. An exotic floral pastille nuance comes up on the strikingly long, smooth, gently tannic finish, which displays a lingering suggestion of sweet dark berry liqueur. This wine’s combination of richness and elegance is pretty compelling. Josh Raynolds, Vinous, Nov 2017.

    Wine Rating: 94/100

  • Lillian Syrah 2014

    $155.00

    Wine Rating: 96/100

  • Lillian Syrah Gold Series No.3 2013

    $188.00

    Tasting Notes:
    Lillian is not particularly Syrah-like. It doesn’t scream out the usual cocktail of blackberries, bacon fat, and lavender. It always feels a bit more about the people and the places than the varietal. The wines are lavish, but there is refined rocky quality in them that defies description. The 2013 vintage is no exception to this but it is a vintage that emphasizes the lace-like structure and perfume of the wine. Compared to recent vintages; the fruit is more intense than in 2011 and the tannins a bit more architectural. It has less of 2012’s salinity and has quite a bit more tension and energy.

    Wine Rating: 95/100