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  2. Francis Coppola Diamond Series Merlot (750ML)

    Francis Coppola Diamond Series Merlot (750ML)

    The Winery: "Our Blue Label Merlot has brilliant, deep garnet color with aromas of bright red cherries and clove spice. Supple red plum and black cherry flavors highlight the palate, with subtle notes of light milk chocolate and vanilla bean evident on the long finish."

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  3. 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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    $84.99

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  4. 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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  5. Larkmead Dr Olmo Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 (750ML)

    Larkmead Dr Olmo Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 (750ML)

    • 96 AG
    • SKU #415195

    "96 Points, Antonio Galloni, Vinous: ""The 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon (black label) is utterly magnificent. Towering and statuesque, the 2013 deftly balances ripeness, intensity and freshness, with suave tannins (for a big wine) and fabulous overall balance. A host of sweet red plum, pomegranate,…

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    $242.99

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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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