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Terra d'Alter 15 "Fado" Branco
Bottle: $7.99 Case: $95.88

"This is a smooth, clean, attractive wine that is bright and crisp. Lemon and pink grapefruit give the fine fruitiness while the acidity and lightly mineral texture add the structure. Drink now." (RV)—Wine Enthusiast, 12/1/2016 (rating: 87, Best Buy)

Chateau Ste Michelle 13 Red Blend "Indian Wells"
Bottle: $18.99 Case: $227.88

"Plump and supple, with smoky blueberry and espresso aromas and sleek blackberry, mocha and orange zest flavors. Syrah, Merlot, Malbec, Grenache, Cabernet Franc, Mourvèdre and Petit Verdot. Drink now through 2021. 45,000 cases made." (TF)—Wine Spectator, April 30, 2017 (rating: 89)

Casa Santos Lima 12 Reserva Do Monte Tinto
Bottle: $9.99 Case: $119.88

"This structured and dense wine hails from the steep, sloping hills of the Lisboa region. While aged in Portuguese oak, which provides spice and dark tannins, the delicious black fruit core is not overpowered. Drink now–2016." (RV)—Wine Enthusiast, 12/31/2014 (rating: 90)

Pocas 13 Vale de Cavalos Tinto
Bottle: $14.99 Case: $179.88

"From grapes grown in the Douro Superior region, this is an open delicious fruity and ripe wine that is ready to drink. Its black currant and red berry tastes are balanced by spice, wood aged flavors and a core of tannins. The aftertaste introduces fresh juicy acidity." (RV)—Wine Enthusiast, 2/1/2016 (rating: 90)

Cartuxa 14 Tinto Colheita
Bottle: $21.99 Case: $263.88

[2012] "This is a serious, concentrated wine that is full of generous fruit and structure. Alongside this weight, there is a lighter, juicier side from vibrant acidity. The main thrust though is concentrated tannins that are still developing. The aftertaste is dense and shows the wine needs to age. Drink from 2019." (RV)—Wine Enthusiast, 2/1/2016 (rating: 93)

Treleaven 14 Meritage
Bottle: $21.99 Case: $263.88

"A whiff of violet florals accents ripe black cherry and plum in this luscious silken-touched red. It's fleshy and juicy on the palate but maintains a spry zesty backbone of acidity. Robust yet integrated tannins frame a lingering finish. Enjoy now through 2025."(AI)—Wine Enthusiast, 3/1/2017 (rating:89)

Forge Cellars 14 Riesling "Sunrise Hill"
Bottle: $24.99 Case: $299.88

"An electric wine that lights up the palate like fireworks. The nose is flinty and vibrant, with scents of bay leaf, oyster shell, kefir lime, and ash. The palate is tense and rocky with an acidity that vibrates in the mouth and extends forever into the finish. Gorgeous. 3 grams per liter residual sugar." (KW)—Vinous, Jul 2016 (rating:94)

Lakewood 16 Chardonnay
Bottle: $13.99 Case: $167.88

[2015] "Slightly pressed tones of apple and pear are accented elegantly by vanilla and caramel in this big-bodied but elegant wine. Brisk acidity lends a spry tone to the midpalate, drawing out a lemony-fresh finish." (AI)—Wine Enthusiast, 7/1/2017 (rating: 88)

Castle Rock 15 California Cuvée Pinot Noir
Bottle: $10.99 Case: $131.88

[2013] "Offers aromas of wilted rose, spice, raspberry and blackberry. Delicate and detailed, ending with a long, lingering aftertaste. Drink now. 41,618 cases made."(JL)—Wine Spectator, May 31, 2016 (rating: 88)

Dashe 14 Dry Creek Valley Zinfandel
Bottle: $23.99 Case: $287.88

"The 2014 Zinfandel from Dry Creek Valley has the varietal’s peppery, raspberry and black cherry fruit, earth and spice, nice meatiness, and a character that begs for something prepared outside on the grill. This is a lovely, fresh, pure, medium to full-bodied Zinfandel to drink over the next 3-4 years." (RP)—Wine Advocate, 5/3/2016 (rating: 90)

Château La Croix St. Georges 12 Pomerol
Bottle: $58.00 Case: $696.00

"Stunningly concentrated, with loads of licorice, truffle, blackberry and blackcurrant fruit, this dense, purple-colored wine is another great example of the heights 2012 achieved in this tiny appellation. Full-bodied, rich, pure, and impressively deep, this is a stunner to drink over the next 20 years. Sadly, the production from this tiny estate of 2.5 acres (on the Catusseau plateau near Le Pin) is difficult to find." (RPJ)—The Wine Advocate #218, April 29th, 2015 (rating: 93+)

Château La Tour Figeac 10 Saint-Émilion Grand Cru
Bottle: $59.00 Case: $708.00

"The alcohol is more modest at 14% than many other St.-Emilions, but the wine displays a sumptuous personality, with loamy, sandy soil notes interwoven with black currant, blueberry and sweet cherry, some floral nuances and a touch of toasty oak. It is a rich, full-bodied wine with moderate tannin. Give it several years of cellaring and drink it over the following 15 or more years. Far superior to what I remember tasting from barrel, this 2010 comes from a vineyard that was part of the greater Figeac estate until it was sold off in the late 1800s. The wine is a blend of 75% Merlot and 25% Cabernet Franc made by the other half of the dynamic duo of Bordeaux consultants, Christine Derenoncourt, wife of Stephane. Very low yields of 25 hectoliters per hectare produced a final blend of 75% Merlot and 25% Cabernet Franc." (RPJ)—The Wine Advocate #205, February 27th, 2013 (rating: 92)