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B. Leighton Olsen's Brothers Vineyard Petit Verdot 2014

"Black purple, dark and broody. Wet earth, violets, burnt anise, wild blackberries and black Indian ink make this wine a beautifully complex head turner to ponder over or enjoy without thoughts but with friends." —winemaker
$66.59 $44.99 (Save $21.60)

Catena Zapata Nicolas

"The flagship, the 2007 Nicolas Catena Zapata, a blend of 70% CabernetSauvignon, 20% Malbec, and the balance Petit Verdot and Cabernet Franc.It delivers an enthralling aromatic array of pain grille, pencil lead,mineral, espresso, mocha, incense, lavender, black currant, blackcherry, and blackberry. This leads to a full-bodied, powerful yetelegant effort with great depth and volume, precision balance, and avoluptuous personality (a D-cup of a wine). It conceals plenty ofstructure and will effortlessly evolve for 6-8 years, drinking wellthrough 2032 if not longer." -Jay Miller
$127.99 $99.99 (Save $28.00)

Chappellet Vineyard Pritchard Hill

"Chappellet’s Pritchard Hill Estate Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon is the ultimate expression of the dedication and expertise of our winegrowing team. Like the great Bordeaux wines that first inspired Donn Chappellet, this wine is crafted in the traditional manner by blending Cabernet Sauvignon with other classic Bordeaux varietals. The wine ages 18 months in 100% new French oak and six months in bottle prior to release. Grown exclusively on our rocky, mountainside vineyards, Chappellet’s Cabernets have proven their ability to cellar age for several decades." -Winery

"Deep and complex notes of blackberry preserves and dark cherry layer with an abundance of sweet oak and spice. Elements of licorice, cedar and smoke mingle with the fruit, creating a synergy of enticing aromas. Concentrated flavors of sun-soaked red and black fruit, cola and roasted coffee envelop the palate and flow through the finish. This is a wine of monumental size and concentration worthy of patient cellaring." -Winemaker's Notes
$1,100.00 $888.00 (Save $212.00)

Chappellet Vineyard Pritchard Hill

"Chappellet’s Pritchard Hill Estate Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon is the ultimate expression of the dedication and expertise of our winegrowing team. Like the great Bordeaux wines that first inspired Donn Chappellet, this wine is crafted in the traditional manner by blending Cabernet Sauvignon with other classic Bordeaux varietals. The wine ages 18 months in 100% new French oak and six months in bottle prior to release. Grown exclusively on our rocky, mountainside vineyards, Chappellet’s Cabernets have proven their ability to cellar age for several decades." -Winery

"Deep and complex notes of blackberry preserves and dark cherry layer with an abundance of sweet oak and spice. Elements of licorice, cedar and smoke mingle with the fruit, creating a synergy of enticing aromas. Concentrated flavors of sun-soaked red and black fruit, cola and roasted coffee envelop the palate and flow through the finish. This is a wine of monumental size and concentration worthy of patient cellaring." -Winemaker's Notes
$799.99 $539.98 (Save $260.01)

Continuum Red 2010

"2010 has a deep red robe, black highlights and a vibrant purple rim. Primary aromas of black cherry, tar, dark rose petal and truffle develop greater nuance as the wine breathes, revealing peppercorn, blackberry, red ginger and cardamom. On the palate, ripe plum and wild cherry fruit align with silky tannins and a rich velvety texture. The finish is full yet supple, with flavors reminiscent of a freshly pulled double espresso. The 2010 is wonderfully savory offering ripe black fruits, a long finish and quite a complex set of textures and flavors. Decant and enjoy today or cellar for 15 to 20 years." —winemaker

Blend: 71% Cabernet Sauvignon, 14% Cabernet Franc, 11% Petit Verdot, 4% Merlot
$229.99 $169.99 (Save $60.00)

Continuum Red 2012

"Extreme care and attention to detail in both vineyard and cellar produced a fabulous 2012 Continuum, 100% grown at our estate high above Oakville. The 2012 has a dense purple robe, red highlights and a vibrant violet rim. A sumptuous yet brilliantly balanced wine, the 2012 Continuum is flush with black cherry and mulberry fruit and complex flavors of graphite and African coffee. Full bodied and opulent, the 2012 is polished, supple and harmonious with a long and complex finish and a vibrant core of minerality. While you will find it deliciously enjoyable today, with patience, you can savor its evolution for decades to come." —winemaker

Blend: 78% Cabernet Sauvignon, 11% Cabernet Franc, 6% Merlot, 5% Petit Verdot
$252.99 $149.99 (Save $103.00)

Dominus Estate 2009

"Dominus 2008 is a wine of great purity and definition, with distinct berry aromas and a supple yet precise palate. Deep blackberry and dark plums complement fine mineral notes. This wine is intensely perfumed, velvety and ethereal." -winemaker (from 2008 vintage)
$254.99 $169.01 (Save $85.98)

Gates Of Jerusalem Reserve Petit Verdot 2016

"Impenetrable black/purple in color, with aromas of plums, smoke, cedar, and hints of vanilla, this single-vineyard Petit Verdot from the Zichron Yakov appellation shows balance, elegance, and finesse. Mouthfilling and very fruit on the palate, it shows fine, restrained tannins and ends with a long finish. The wine was aged for 13 months in French oak barrels. It will pair well with grilled meats and dishes with rich sauces." —winemaker

Mevushal
$32.99 $24.69 (Save $8.30)

Joseph Phelps Insignia 2012

"The 2012 Insignia has an inky dark hue and aromas of ripe blackberries, star anise, cigarbox, clove and sweet mocha notes. Richly opulent with velvety texture and supple tannins, this full-bodied offering envelops the palate in luscious, lingering black plum and violets along with layers of baking spices." —winemaker

Blend: 75% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Petit Verdot, 10% Merlot, 3% Malbec, 2% Cabernet Franc

Wine Anthology review:
The 2012 Insignia is built like a linebacker, with a core of muscular blackberry suffused with thick smoke, fresh-brewed espresso, and rich oak. Still very young, this wine goes for the gusto right now with a spread of lush tannin on the finish, giving clear indication that this is destined for the cellar before its full beauty has bloomed. Simply put, this is a treasure chest whose contents grow richer with age.
$239.99 $189.10 (Save $50.89)

Melka Metisse 2006

The 2006 Metisse is a somewhat softer, more up-front version of the 2005, with a dark ruby/purple color, dense, concentrated, rich fruit flavors, real style and elegance, and serious power and richness with supple tannins, low acidity, yet a graceful mouthfeel with tremendous purity and length. This is a beauty. The 2005 will be at its best over the next two decades. The 2006 should drink well when released and evolve for 15 or more years. Some other good news is that Philippe Melka is now making around 200 cases of St.-Emilion from a vineyard just below Beausejour-Becot.

Philippe Melka’s 500 cases of wine originate now from a vineyard located off the back streets of St. Helena, not far from the Benchland vineyards of Spottswoode.
$149.99 $114.99 (Save $35.00)