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  1. Penfolds Shiraz Barossa Valley RWT 2016
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    99 Points! The 2016 Shiraz RWT is a brilliant, brilliant wine, and I suspect the finest version of this cuvee ever produced. Thrilling notes of black raspberries, crème de cassis, toasted spice, mint, and espresso all emerge from this deep, rich, powerful Shiraz. With massive concentration, it still glides across the palate with no sensation of heaviness or rusticity, building, perfectly ripe tannins, and incredible opulence and intensity. It shows more grilled meat notes with time in the glass and is a monumental Barossa Shiraz that flirts with perfection. - Jeb Dunnuck Learn More
  2. Delas St. Joseph Francois de Tournon 2014
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    91 Points! Notes of powdered rock, cracked pepper, smoked meats and ample dark fruit all emerge from the beautifully pure, elegantly-styled 2014 Saint Joseph Francois de Tournon, which has nicely integrated acidity and a clean, lengthy profile. It has terrific concentration in the vintage, a focused, lengthy feel and will keep for a decade or more. - Jeb Dunnuck, Learn More
  3. Penfolds Grange 2014
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  4. Jean-Paul & Corinne Jamet Cotes du Rhone 2017 Pre-Arrival
    91 Points! Slightly bigger, richer and riper than the IGP Syrah, the 2017 Cotes du Rhone is medium to full-bodied, creamy and supple, with similar notes of crushed stone, a fumé-like character. But it also has blackberries, black olives and hints of espresso. It finishes silky and long. Jean-Paul Jamet points out that it comes from schist soils identical to Côte Rôtie but from younger vines. Like the IGP, it's destemmed and aged in old barrels. - Joe Czerwinski, Learn More
  5. Penfolds Shiraz Kalimna Bin 28 South Australia 2016
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    91 Points! A warm, early harvest has delivered a wine with more dried, baked blackberries and plums, reflecting the DNA of Penfolds style, and a wine that makes a more savory, spicy and earthy impression than the previous 2015 release. The palate is assuredly rich and round with blackberry and dark plum-pastry flavors, layered on silky, dense and rich, ripe tannins. Long and mellow. Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale, Padthaway, Upper Adelaide, Wrattonbully fruit sourcing. Drink now or hold. - Learn More
  6. Atance Bobal Valencia 2017
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    90+ Points! The single-vineyard red 2017 ATANCE is pure organically farmed Bobal from the Casa Segura at 800 meters in altitude. It fermented in 10,000-liter stainless steel tanks with destemmed grapes and indigenous yeasts followed by malolactic fermentation and an élevage of four to six months in 8,000-liter oak vats. There is quite a jump in quality from La Traca here; this is more serious and it has a finer palate with subtle chalky minerality. In fact, I think it transcends the vintage. - Luis Gutierrez, Learn More
  7. Paul Jaboulet Aine Crozes Hermitage Thalabert 2016
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    94 Points! The 2016 Crozes Hermitage Domaine De Thalabert offers a rocking (and classic) bouquet of ripe black fruits intermixed with notions new saddle leather, pepper, garrigue, and hints of bacon fat. This ripe, medium to full-bodied, silky wine has remarkable purity, is already complex, and finishes with serious length. Drink it over the coming 10-15 years. - Jeb Dunnuck, Learn More
  8. Paul Jaboulet Aine Hermitage La Chapelle 2016
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    96-98 Points! Dark purple. A highly expressive, mineral-accented bouquet evokes fresh blackberry and blueberry, candied flowers, incense and exotic spices. Sweet, palate-staining black and blue fruit liqueur and violet pastille flavors are complicated by suggestions of cracked pepper and bitter chocolate; a spicecake nuance gains strength with aeration. Steadily building tannins add shape and grip to the extremely long, incisive finish, which emphatically repeats the floral and mineral notes. I wouldn't be surprised to see this wine turn out as well as the amazing 2015 version. - Josh Raynolds, Vinous Media Learn More
  9. Paul Jaboulet Aine Hermitage La Chapelle 2011
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    97 Points! A gorgeous intensity of plum, spice and grilled meat on the nose. Cloves and hints of dried spices. This is a big, structured La Chappelle. Full and powerful with chewy tannins and a long, long finish. A bit austere and muscular but gorgeous. Tar, spice, dried meat and asphalt. Needs to be aged for at least another five or six years. This is another 1991 in the making. -, 2014 Learn More
  10. Chris Ringland Shiraz Dimchurch 2012
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    94 Points! All from Adrian Hoffman's Ebenezer vineyard in Barossa, the 2012 Dimchurch Shiraz has a deep garnet-purple color and reveals a youthful lift on the nose of crushed blueberries and black cherries, plus suggestions of dried Provence herbs, Sichuan pepper, anise, cloves and mocha. There is a pleasantly savory/Bovril character in the big, opulent, full-bodied mouth with a firm, tannic backbone and a wonderfully long, layered finish. - Lisa Perrotti-Brown, Learn More
  11. Tyrrell's Shiraz 1867 Old Patch Hunter Valley 2017
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    100 Points! More depth than the four acres. This old plot was planted in 1867 and it has excelled in vintage 2017. The nose carries pristine aromas of raspberries, red plums and mulberries in gently spicy repose. The palate unfurls layers and layers of lightly spiced red- and dark-fruit flavors with tannins that seem to hold endlessly on the finish. Pitch-perfect and noble. An essay in grace and charm. Akin to grand cru Burgundy and maybe Musigny too! This really ought to be left alone for a decade. - Learn More
  12. Standish The Relic Shiraz-Viognier Barossa Valley 2016
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    99 Points!  Everything about Standish's 2016 The Relic Shiraz-Viognier is remarkable, starting with the ridiculous color. It's so dark, so purple, so vibrant. Then the nose boasts soaring florals and stone fruits, while the palate delivers fresh blueberries and dried spices. It's full-bodied but creamy-textured, with supple tannins and concentrated fruit that lingers on the plush finish. Just awesome stuff. Drink 2018-2035. - Joe Czerwinski, Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate

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  13. Kaesler Shiraz Barossa Valley The Bogan 2016
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    94 Points! This has impressive composure, which looks more dialed-in than previous vintages with neatly captured aromas of blackberries and mulberries. Gently tarry and spicy. The palate has a fluidity to it, where blackberries and red plums are clasped in firm, well-crafted tannins. Drink or hold. - Learn More
  14. Kaesler Shiraz Barossa Valley Old Bastard 2015
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    96 Points! The 2015 Old Bastard Shiraz, from vines planted in 1893, boasts ethereal aromas of menthol, licorice, blueberries and roasted meat. It's a big, full-bodied wine, yet it comes across as lighter than expected, with a fluid, silky feel on the palate and a bright, peppery finish. A wine of seeming contradictions, it's concentrated but lively, ripe yet crisp, savory and fruity, and loaded up front while being long on the finish. It should drink well for over a decade. - Joe Czerwinski, Learn More
  15. Sine Qua Non Syrah Ratsel 2016
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    96-99 Points! A not yet bottled blend of 81% Syrah, 7% Mourvèdre, 5% Petite Sirah, and the rest Viognier and Grenache, fermented with 47% whole clusters, the 2016 Syrah Rätsel 16 is an inky colored beauty that has another level of depth and richness over the 2015. Black raspberries, cassis, white pepper, white chocolate, and hints of bacon fat give way to a full-bodied, seamless, elegant wine that has terrific freshness and purity, ultra-fine tannin, and a huge finish. Not too dissimilar from the 2014s, which have the same supple, sexy, and approachable style, it should drink reasonably well right out of the gate and cruise for 15-20 years in cool cellars. - Jeb Dunnuck, Learn More
  16. Torbreck Woodcutter's Shiraz Barossa Valley 2017
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    Aromatic and stylish, opening with violet, white pepper and subtle sweet cream notes. The core gushes with huckleberry and wild blueberry flavors, revealing shades of rosemary and apricot. Supple and smooth, with tannins hanging in the background, providing appealing traction. The finish sails on and on. Drink now through 2035. - Wine Spectator Learn More
  17. Vignobles Levet Cote Rotie La Chavaroche 2016
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    Inky, vivid purple. Highly perfumed, mineral-laced black and blue fruit, violet, smoked meat and incense qualities on the nose. Fleshy, sweet and expansive on the palate, offering densely packed yet surprisingly lively boysenberry, candied licorice, spicecake and violet flavors enlivened by an undercurrent of juicy acidity. Deftly blends richness and finesse and finishes extremely long and youthfully tannic, leaving floral pastille, star anise and dark berry liqueur notes behind. - Josh Raynolds, Vinous media Learn More
  18. B Leighton Syrah Olsen Brothers Vineyard Columbia Valley 2016
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    96 Points!  The 2016 Syrah comes from a site in the Yakima Valley that was planted by Leighton. Its deep ruby/purple color is followed by classic Syrah notes of dark berry fruits, smoke tobacco, olive tapenade, and ground pepper. Medium to full-bodied, with both freshness and richness, it’s impeccably balanced, with beautiful fruit and a great finish. It’s another seriously good wine from Brennon that delivers the goods. Drink it over the coming 7-8 years. - Jeb Dunnuck,
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