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  1. Yves Cuilleron Saint Joseph Blanc Lieu Dit Digue 2016
    JS93
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    92 Points!  High-pitched tangerine, melon and jasmine aromas show impressive clarity and energy. Taut and sharply focused entry, then more fleshy in the middle, offering intense citrus fruit and honeydew flavors complemented by a subtle fennel quality. Finishes with nervy mineral cut and thrust, leaving a sexy floral note behind.
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  2. Yves Cuilleron Saint Joseph Rouge Les Serines 2016
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    93 Points!  The 2016 Saint Joseph Les Serines is a beautiful wine that spent 18 months in 50% new French oak. Lots of blueberries, cassis, crushed violets, and damp rock notes all flow to a medium to full-bodied, supple, elegant Syrah that has terrific balance and building tannins. It shines for its purity of fruit as well as its balance, and will keep for 10-12 years. - Jeb Dunnuck
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  3. Ferraton Saint Joseph Lieu Dit Paradis 2015
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    96 Points! Another Rockstar red is the 2015 Saint Joseph Lieu Dit Paradis, which comes from an east-facing site of broken granite soils outside of Mauves. Black raspberries, dried flowers, spice box and hints of pepper all emerge from this full-bodied, seamless, incredibly elegant, seamless 2015. It grows on you with time in the glass, has gorgeous granite character, and a great finish. Drink it over the coming 15-20 years. - Jeb Dunnuck, jebdunnuck.com
     
     
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  4. Cuilleron Saint Joseph Blanc Lieu Dit Digue 2016
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    93 Points! Bold and concentrated ripe peach fruits with a flinty edge. The oak adds warm and toasty oak spice. The palate is boldly flavored and structured, and firmed up by oak with stone fruit flesh rolled in biscuity spice. Drink now. - James Suckling, jamessuckling.com
     
     
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  5. Ferraton Saint Joseph Lieu Dit Saint Joseph Rouge 2015 Pre-Arrival
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    95+ Points!  Crushed stone, cedar shavings, clove, pepper and allspice, blueberries and cassis all play roles in the mammoth 2015 Saint Joseph Lieu-Dit Saint Joseph. Despite its impressive level of concentration, this full-bodied wine is more approachable than some of Ferraton's other bottlings, making it even more impressive. Velvet and silk roll out on the long, layered finish. - Joe Czerwinski, Wine Advocate
     
     
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  6. Durand Saint Joseph Lautaret 2015
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    93 Points!  From 30-year-old vines and aged in 20% new barriques, the 2015 Saint Joseph Lautaret features scents of crushed stone and ripe cassis. It’s medium to full-bodied, with supple tannins and ample concentration, yet remains fruit-driven, with impressive intensity and length. - Joe Czerwinski, Wine Advocate #234
     
     
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  7. Bernard Gripa Saint Joseph Blanc Le Berceau 2015
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    94 Points! A bigger, richer effort that comes from the old vines of the estate, the 2015 Saint Joseph Le Berceau Blanc is loaded with notes of caramelized peach, crushed rocks, brioche and white flowers. Still a touch backward and reserved, it needs a year of bottle age, but is a sensational white not to be missed. To give some perspective on when to drink these, the 2013 is incredible today, and I’ve tasted this cuvée going back over a decade with terrific results. - Jeb Dunnuck, Wine Advocate
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  8. Coursodon Saint Joseph Silice 2015
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    91 - 93 Points!  The largest production release is the 2015 Saint Joseph Silice, which is a mix of estate parcels aged in a combination of demi-muids and barrels. It offers full-bodied aromas and flavors of wild strawberries, black raspberries, cassis and crushed violets, a rocking texture and sweet, polished tannin. It’s probably the finest vintage of this cuvée to date.  Jeb Dunnuck, The Wine Advocate #228, December 2016
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