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  • Magnum Ratsel Sine Qua Non 2016


    Mixed Case $688.49

    Full. Rich. Layer. Expressive. Expansive. Long.

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  • Magnum Dirt Vernacular Sine Qua Non 2016


    Mixed Case $796.44

    Full. Rich. Voluptuous. Layer. Pure. Long.

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  • Imperial (6 Liters) Roc de Cambes 2006


    No Discount case price.

    Medium +. Ripe. Refined. Elegant. Vibrant. Savory. Fresh. Lasting.

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  • Imperial (6 Liters) Tertre Roteboeuf Grand Cru 2006


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    Medium +. Ripe. Refined. Elegant. Vibrant. Savory. Fresh. Lasting.

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  • Double Magnum Tertre Roteboeuf Grand Cru 2004


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    Ripe. Sensual. Sophisticated. Complex. Refined. Long.

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  • Magnum Barolo Cannubi Borgogno 2010


    Mixed Case $271.99

    Full. Ripe. Elegant. Immaculate. Graceful. Intense.

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  • Magnum Barolo Roberto Voerzio Riserva Vecchie Viti dei Capalot e delle Brunate 2008


    Mixed Case $467.49

    Full. Ripe. Savory. Dense. Structured. Suave. Persistent.

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  • Magnum Montepeloso Nardo 2008


    Mixed Case $263.49

    Rich. Dark. Powerful. Elegant. Complex. Layered. Long.

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  • Magnum Barolo Brunate Vietti 2010


    Mixed Case $424.99

    Full. Ripe. Complex. Fresh. Harmonious. Seamless. 

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  • Double Magnum Chateau Lynch Bages 2009


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    96 points James Suckling

    A powerful and ripe wine with a wide-screen personality, this makes a very bold statement without becoming a jot heavy. Serious tannins at the long finish suggest this has long-term aging potential. (2/2019)

    96 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

    The medium to deep garnet colored 2009 Lynch Bages is boldly scented of crème de cassis, blackberry pie and baked plums with chocolate box, incense and underbrush suggestions plus a waft of bay leaves. Medium to full-bodied, taut and well sustained in the mouth, it has a firm, grainy texture and a lively backbone lifting the black fruit core to a nice long finish. (3/2019)

    96 points Wine Enthusiast

    A dense, immense, solidly powerful wine. The ripest fruit overflows, paralleling the dark, solid tannins. As so often, Lynch-Bages is a blockbuster, dark and concentrated, with immense aging potential. (2/2012)

    96 points Wine Spectator

    Tight and backward, this has dense, almost chewy layers of fig, currant and plum cake behind a very solid wall of cedar, roasted vanilla and charcoal notes. There's serious grip on the finish, with an iron edge that won't quit. (3/2012)

    95 points Decanter

    This is a little more subdued than some right now, needing a good five minutes in the glass before revealing layers of rich olive, cassis, exotic spices, cracked pepper and garrigue. You get the heat of the vintage and the ripeness of the fruit, balanced by muscular, chewy tannins and gorgeous chocolate notes. This is great, although for me the 2010 just pips it. (2/2019)

    93 points Vinous

    The 2009 Lynch-Bages has an intense bouquet which is more forward than Grand Puy Lacoste, albeit without the same complexity. Layers of blackberry, bilberry, brine and a touch of graphite. The palate is medium-bodied with saturated tannin, slightly lower in acidity than the 2010 Lynch Bages, dense and quite sinewy towards the finish. It might miss the class of its peers but you cannot help but admire the brawn underneath its aristocratic coat. (2/2019)

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  • Magnum Silver Oak Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2014


    The Silver Oak Napa Valley 2014 is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc. It is an American red wine from California. Great with Steak.

    Blend of Cabernet Sauvignon / Merlot / Cabernet Franc.

    Ripe. Bright. Textured. Silky. Seamless.

    Mixed Case $282.19

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  • Magnum Artemis Stag’s Leap Wine Cellar Cabernet Sauvignon 2017


    The Artemis Stag's Leap Wine Cellar Cabernet Sauvignon 2017 is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot. It is an American red wine from California. Great with Steak.

    Blend of Cabernet Sauvignon / Merlot / Petit Verdot.

    Ripe. Layered. Attractive. Fresh. Balanced.

    Mixed Case $161.49

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  • Magnum Barolo Le Vigne Sandrone 2013


    Mixed Case $339.14

    98 points Vinous

    Sandrone's 2013 Barolo Le Vigne is a real stunner. Powerful, ample and deep, the 2013 exudes class from start to finish. The addition of Serralunga fruit in the blend has added depth and structure in all of the wine's dimensions. Dark red cherry, plum, mint, rose petal, tar and licorice build into the huge, voluptuous finish. Readers who can find the 2013 should not hesitate, as it is outrageously beautiful and also one of the clear wines of the vintage. Vineyard sites are Baudana, Villero, Vignane and Merli. (AG)  (11/2016)

    96 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

    The 2013 Barolo le Vigne is another stellar achievement from Luciano Sandrone and his family. Since 2010, the blend for this wine has been tweaked just a bit to include more fruit from the Baudana cru in Serralunga d'Alba. This wine shows a ripe and succulent mouthfeel with ample richness and power that drives the wine smoothly over the palate. These darker qualities can be attributed to the Baudana fruit that is known for power and heft. Fruit from the Villero cru in Castiglione Falletto offers delicate perfumes and ethereal elegance. This vineyard site is home to loose, sandy soils. The combination of these two extremes is simply delightful. (ML) 96+ (8/2017)

    95 points Wine Spectator

    A taut, racy style, this boasts cherry, strawberry, licorice and leather flavors, with hints of mineral, iron, spice and underbrush. Remains vibrant on the finish, which stretches out. The fruit comes back at the end. (BS)  (12/2017)

    91 points Decanter

    An admirable vintage for this classic blend. Dense cherry fruit on the nose, and a broad, fleshy palate which is full-bodied but compact, with vigour, balance, and persistence. (SB) 

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  • Magnum 5 Stelle Sfursat Nino Negri 2007


    Mixed Case $192.09

    The weather this year was more ‘southern’ with harvest starting October 5, similar to 1997. This has a bright and intense garnet color and the bouquet is very fruity with clear scents of raspberry, black cherry, also in alcohol, red prunes and a jammy note from raisinated grapes. The mouthfeel has a lot of body and is warm, rich and bold with tannins held in check by the alcohol/sugar component, a good acidity and a very persistent finish. Tasted: Oct 2014.
    Ruby-red. Fresh nose of ripe cherry, spices and pleasant balsamic notes. Fresh, savoury, spicy palate. Lovely harmonious balance between the mineral notes, liquorice and red fruit. Well-integrated tannins. An elegant, noble wine. Tasted: Jun 2011.
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  • Magnum Le Macchiole Messorio 2008


    Mixed Case $535.49

    97 points Vinous

    Outer quote mark The 2008 Messorio is simply marvelous in this vintage. Layers of dark fruit take shape beautifully in the glass as this reticent Messorio shows off its pedigree. The 2008 is a decidedly inward wine that, once again, stands apart from some recent vintages. The 2008 is a mid-weight, refined Messorio endowed with tons of balance and sheer finesse. It will be a fascinating wine to follow in the coming years. The 2008 Messorio was aged for 14 months in the standard French oak barrique (75% new), a move away from the smaller barrels that had been used in past years. (AG) Inner quote mark (8/2011)

    96 points James Suckling

    Outer quote mark This is layered and juicy, with lots of chocolate and berries and loads of other stuff. Full and velvety, with a long finish. Racy, beautiful and vibrant. Pure Merlot. Give it another three years or so. Inner quote mark (8/2011)

    95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

    Outer quote mark This vintage marks another philosophical shift for this important Tuscan wine, especially in terms of tannin management. The 2008 Messorio sees 25% neutral oak. The idea was to return to mixed oak vessels, with new and neutral oak, for its 18-month aging period. This was also a difficult year that required very careful berry selection and lots of work to pick out the best fruit on the sorting table. Various vineyard parcels were harvested independently and vinified separately. But despite the fussiness, Le Macchiole had reached a point of winemaking maturity at this point that allows for more intelligent and innovative decisions. This wine has a long way to go and I'd venture that it's just barely entering its drinking prime. The bouquet is dark and sophisticated, but it is fluid and ever-changing as well. (ML) Inner quote mark (10/2016)

    94 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar

    Outer quote mark Saturated, purple-tinged ruby. Knockout multidimensional aromas of crushed blackberry, blueberry, iron, bitter chocolate, coffee and smoky oak. Offers great verve and depth on the palate, delivering extremely dense but magically refined flavors of black fruits, violet and bitter chocolate. Finishes with subtle, palate-staining persistence and firm, noble tannins. A great Messorio. (ID) 94+ Inner quote mark (9/2012)

    92 points Wine Spectator

    Outer quote mark Cool and aloof, in a restrained blueberry-, blackberry- and mineral-flavored way. Though concentrated, this is fresh, fluid and elegant, with a tightly wound finish. Requires patience. Merlot. Best from 2014 through 2028. (BS) Inner quote mark (10/2011)


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  • Chateau Pradeaux Bandol Rouge 2015


    Mixed Case $45.04

    By Lake Side Emotions

    Pradeaux is old school - it's as simple as that.

    Appellation law requires at least 50% Mourvèdre in a Bandol, and while many domaines hew closer to the minimum, cushioning their wine with hearty proportions of Grenache and Cinsault, Pradeaux produces a full-strength wine of 95% Mourvèdre.

    Gutsy, darkly spicy, and unabashedly gamy, Mourvèdre is inherently untamable. Attempts to polish it end up coming off like Bigfoot in a business suit. Unsoftened by destemming, however, Pradeaux Bandol is free to beat its chest and howl, even as it gains complexity and refinement over its staggering four-year elevage. What ends up getting bottled is a pulsing, living wine, shot through with freshly pulverized spices, always with a deeply savory minerality verging on the saline, and a frankness to its tannins. Much tends to be made of young Pradeaux’s fearsome tannins, but these are honest tannins—tannins derived from healthy grapes and ripe stalks rather than from the vanilla-laced staves of expensive barriques. They’re the rambunctious tannins of wild youth, not the cynical tannins of a wine of striving. And there is always a wealth of glowing, sun-drenched Mediterranean fruit bursting through the dense latticework of structure. We revel in these tannins, knowing they will provide Pradeaux Bandol with decades of life.

    The 2015 is a powerhouse that expresses Pradeaux's multifaceted personality very well. The aromatics are gorgeous, leading with bright violet accented notes that give way to a mysterious depth of savory elements.

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