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  2. Johnnie Walker Black Label 12 Year Scotch (1.75L)

    Johnnie Walker Black Label 12 Year Scotch (1.75L)

    The opening aromas are firm, mature and biscuity; seven minutes in the copita allow this lovely blend to accentuate the subtle, sea breeze-like, saltine-like virtues even more. Palate entry is peaty and oily; by midpalate, the island/salty/baked bread influence of Talisker is undeniable. Finishes…

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    $89.99

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  3. Johnnie Walker Black Label 12 Year Scotch (1L)

    Johnnie Walker Black Label 12 Year Scotch (1L)

    The opening aromas are firm, mature and biscuity; seven minutes in the copita allow this lovely blend to accentuate the subtle, sea breeze-like, saltine-like virtues even more. Palate entry is peaty and oily; by midpalate, the island/salty/baked bread influence of Talisker is undeniable. Finishes…

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    $59.99

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  4. Juan Gil 18 Meses Bodegas Hijos de Juan Gil (Blue Label) 2016 (750ML)

    Juan Gil 18 Meses Bodegas Hijos de Juan Gil (Blue Label) 2016 (750ML)

    • 90 JS
    • SKU #441343

    90 points, James Suckling: "Lots of licorice and a hint of tar on the nose, the black fruit needing some time to emerge. Generous, supple tannins on the full-bodied palate, the finish fairly dry, but with some warmth from alcohol. A blend of monastrell, cabernet sauvignon and syrah. If this is your…

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    $29.99

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  5. La Chapelle D`Ausone 2015 (750ML)

    La Chapelle D`Ausone 2015 (750ML)

    • 94 WA
    • 94 JS
    • 94 NM
    • 90-93+ AG
    • SKU #411371

    label produced mainly from the younger vines at Château Ausone, the 2015 Chapelle d'Ausone is a blend of 45% Merlot, 45% Cabernet Franc and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon aged in French oak barrels, 85% new, for 20 months. Deep garnet-purple in color, it appears broody to begin, offering glimpses at black

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    $229.99

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    The Movie Star Sommelier's Favorite New Wineries | Maxim

    Bordeaux. Nebbiolo. Ribera. They're wine's elite, but increased demands from emerging markets have put them out of the range of day drinkers. Investors have even begun trading futures on wines, and a black market of knockoffs has emerged. Your best bet? Look away from the expensive labels.

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