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Everyone Likes a Tipple … Here’s our Selection of the best!

Finca Bella Vista 2010, Achaval Ferrer


Achaval Ferrer is a prestigious wine company from Argentina. The company has three single vineyard bottlings for the Malbec Mendoza line. Its Finca Bella Vista wine is a product of vines that are more than 100 years old. These vines are grown and cultivated in Perdriel, a prime district that stands at an altitude of 3,100 feet above sea level.


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Brunello di Montalcino 2007 Ciacci Piccolomini d’Aragona


The Brunello di Montalcino is an impressive wine from the southwest facing vineyard of the siblings Paolo and Lucia Bianchini. Their land is located at an elevation of 1,200 feet above sea level at its highest point. The wine is harvested and fermented in stainless steel and cement vats. These are then allowed to age for a couple more years in Slavonian oak.


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Cabernet Sauvignon Knights Valley Reserve 2009, Beringer


The wine comes from vines in Knights Valley, a place in Sonoma County located a few miles away to the north of Napa Valley. Beringer, who has 550 acres of Cabernet Sauvignon varieties, largely owns the appellation. This is because he was
one of the first people to plant grapes in the area. The top wine from this selection is
the 2009 variety.


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Pinot Noir Willamette Valley Shea Vineyard Estate 2009


It was only in 1989 that Dick Shea quit a highly lucrative career on Wall Street so that he could pursue his interest in wine. Using the money he had saved up, he bought 200 acres of land in Willamette Valley. He then planted it to Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. At first, he was just selling his grapes to some of the top producers in the country. In 1996, however, he decided to come up with his own wine. This particular wine bottle blends the clones of different grapes.


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St. Julien 2009, Chateau Leoville Barton


Leoville Barton first came up with wines way back in 1836. The current generation of owners, however, was able to come up with a way to improve the wine’s quality. Though the family retains ownership and control of the wine company with Lilian Barton Sartorius now possessing the property, it was able to professionalise by taking in Eric Boissenot, a consultant, and Francois Brehant, a cellar master.


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Sauternes 2009, Chateau Guiraud


Robert Peugeot of Peugeot Automobiles, Olivier Bernard of Domaine de Chevalier, Stephan von Neipperg of Canon-La Gaffeliere and Xavier Planty have been co owners of this 316 acre property since 2006. It has 40 year old vines that were used for this wine that comes in a blend of 65 percent Semillon and 35 percent Sauvignon
Blanc.


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Chateauneuf du Pape 2010, Clos des Papes


The vines come from the 80 acre estate in Southern Rhone in France owned by the Avril family. This bottle comes from a blend of 80 percent Grenache, 10 percent Syrah and 10 percent Mourvedre. It was sourced from more than 20 different plots in the estate. It was then vinified in vats lined with ceramic materials. Afterwards, it was allowed to age in huge wooden foudres for up to a year.


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Shiraz Barossa Valley Bella’s Garden 2010


The bottling of Bella’s Garden has always been ranked among the best. Its fruit is sourced from 20 different vineyards throughout Barossa Valley. This wine is part of the Garden Series of the winery, with the series showcasing a collection of
six different Shirazes from different wine-growing regions.


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Gigondas 2010, Chateau de St. Cosme


The Barruol family has owned the Chateau de St. Cosme since the 15th century. Around it is 37 acres of vines that average around 60 years old. These vines are the source of the wine. It was made by blending 60 percent Grenache with 20 percent Syrah and 20 percent Mourvedre. The result is a classic vintage.


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Relentless Napa Valley 2008, Shafer Vineyards


Shafer Vineyards is already known for the Hillside Select Cabernet, but the relentless will further cement its status as an elite winery. The wine was created by planting 14 acres of Syrah and four acres of Petite Sirah on a piece of land south of the winery. The grapes are then co-fermented and aged for 30 months in new French oak barrels. The flavor and texture of the wine makes it a perfect vintage.


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