- Dunn Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon Howell Mountain 1990VM92+$199.98Availability:In Stock92+ Points! Good dark red. Brooding aromas of dark cherry, blackberry, spices, licorice, menthol and chocolate, plus a hint of game. Plush and fine-grained but a bit medicinal and still clenched, with its black cherry and menthol flavors continuing the rather medicinal theme. Very rich and full in the mouth but distinctly savory and a bit unyielding. Finishes with mounting tannins that initially detract from the wine's sweetness. But the wine grew sappier with air and I raised my score. Will this rather powerful vintage loosen up further and show more personality? It still has years to go. (13% alcohol) - Stephen Tanzer, Vinous Media 2018 Learn More
- Domaine Leroy Nuits St. Georges 1er Cru Les Boudots (cracked wax capsule)WA94$1,199.98Availability:In Stock94 Points! Of the five outstanding offerings from the village of Nuits St.-Georges, the most exotic and flashy is the Nuits St.-Georges-Aux Boudots. The huge nose of roasted meats, pure black-raspberries, and herbs soars from the glass. Full-bodied, with layer upon layer of rich, unctuous Pinot fruit, this super-concentrated, voluptuously textured wine is so rich that the formidable tannin levels are nearly concealed. The finish goes on and on. - Robert Parker, robertparker.com, 1992Learn More
- Jean Fery Savigny Les Beaune Rouge 1990 1.5L Magnum Pre-Arrival$74.98Yup, for reals. A never-moved Savigny Les Beaune from the legendary 1990 vintage, sourced straight from Beaune for less than the going rate for the current vintage!
- Jean Fery Savigny Les Beaune Rouge 1990 Pre-Arrival$34.98Yup, for reals. A never-moved Savigny Les Beaune from the legendary 1990 vintage, sourced straight from Beaune for less than the going rate for the current vintage!Learn More
- Pavie Saint Emilion 1990WA90$234.98Availability:In Stock90 Points! Tasted at the Fine Wine Experience’s Pavie vertical. Perhaps the last great Pavie before Gerard Perse bought the estate in 1997. The 1990 Pavie sports a deep core with deep tawny rim and sports a very “classic” Pavie bouquet that is muted at first, but unfurls gracefully with intense cedar aromas deriving from the Cabernet Sauvignon. Underneath there are aromas of crushed stone and a touch of cold black tea. It does not have the vim and vigour of the 1989. The palate is medium-bodied and whilst it is not as vigorous as a couple of years ago, it retains a supple texture, impressive harmony and a lovely wild strawberry, fig, leather and brine tinged finish. Fresh and vital, this is holding up well. Tasted June 2010. - Neal Martin, robertparker.comLearn More