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Clos Apalta "Le Petit Clos" 2016 (Colchagua Valley, Chile) - [JS 96] [RP 93+] [WS 93]
Clos Apalta "Le Petit Clos" 2016 (Colchagua Valley, Chile) - [JS 96] [RP 93+] [WS 93]
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96 Points - James Suckling:
"A juicy and delicious second wine from Clos Apalta. Beautiful, ripe and delicious with dark berries and mushrooms. Full-bodied and very balanced with complex walnut, spice and berry character. Dark chocolate and hazelnuts at the finish. Drinkable now, but better in 2022. (Feb 2019)

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Montes "Purple Angel" 2005 (Colchagua Valley, Chile) - [WS 91]
Montes "Purple Angel" 2005 (Colchagua Valley, Chile) - [WS 91] [WE 91]
Retail Price: $200.00
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91 Points - Wine Enthusiast Magazine:
"Chile's first high-profile, high-priced Carmenère has proven itself to be an excellent wine. The '05 has a slight herbal DNA, but there's plenty of oak, vanilla, raw fruit and texture to cover that up. On the palate, blackberry, prune and fine herbs comprise the flavors, while the finish turns thick and dense. With 8% Petit Verdot, Purple Angel continues to press the case for high-end Chilean Carmenère." - Michael Schachner (5/1/2008)

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Quintessa Proprietary Red Blend 2016 (Rutherford, Napa Valley, California) - [JS 98] [RP 97+]
Quintessa Proprietary Red Blend 2016 (Rutherford, Napa Valley, California) - [JS 98] [RP 97+]
Retail Price: $200.00
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98 Points - James Suckling:
"Phenomenal aromas of crushed berries, forest fruit, mushrooms and iron. Medium to full body, with layers of soft and refined tannins that follow through to a beautiful finish. Extremely long and refined. This shows depth and structure with balance and harmony. Hard not to open the bottle now and drink it, but it appears to be closing down now. Needs four to five years to show it all." - (12 Feb, 2019)

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Quintessa Proprietary Red Blend 2014 (Rutherford, Napa Valley, California) - [JS 97, #50 Top 100 Domestic of 2017] [RP 94]
Quintessa Proprietary Red Blend 2014 (Rutherford, Napa Valley, California) - [JS 97, #50 Top 100 Domestic of 2017] [RP 94]
Retail Price: $200.00
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97 Points, #51 Top 100 Domestic of 2017 - James Suckling:
"Aromas of spearmint, sweet tobacco, cigars and blackcurrants follow through to a medium to full body, very polished and refined tannins and an intense finish. Extremely fine and long. Savory. Extremely long finish. Biodynamically grown." - (January 27, 2017)
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Montes "Purple Angel" 2014 (Marchigüe, Colchagua Valley, Chile) - [JS 97]
Montes "Purple Angel" 2014 (Marchigüe, Colchagua Valley, Chile) - [JS 98] [WS 93] [RP 92]
Retail Price: $120.00
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98 Points - James Suckling:
"This has a perfect nose of blackberry, tar, black pepper, thyme, cloves and rose petal. Full body and firm and very silky and polished tannins. The finish goes on for minutes. Best ever. Great class. 92% carmenere and 8% petit verdot. Drink in 2019 but so gorgeous now." - (May 29, 2017)

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Casa Lapostolle "Clos Apalta" 2005 (Colchagua Valley, Chile) [LIBRARY WINE] - [WS 96] [WE 94] [RP 91] [AG 91]
Casa Lapostolle "Clos Apalta" 2005 (Colchagua Valley, Chile) [LIBRARY WINE] - [WS 96] [WE 94] [RP 91] [AG 91]
Retail Price: $300.00
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Rank #1 on Top 100 Wines of 2008 & 96 Points - Wine Spectator Magazine:
"Gorgeous aromas of warm ganache and mocha lead to a rich, velvety palate loaded with currant, fig paste, black licorice, cassis bush and bramble notes. The long, juicy finish has great grip and density, with echoes of graphite, dark fruit and mineral. Should greatly reward cellaring. Carmenère, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot. Best from 2009 through 2019. 5,987 cases made." –JM (6/15/2008)
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Montes "Purple Angel" 2007 (Colchagua Valley, Chile) - Robert Parker [94 Pts] - Wine Spectator [91 pts]
Montes "Purple Angel" 2007 (Colchagua Valley, Chile) - [JS 97] [RP 94] [WE 92] [WS 91]
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97 Points - James Suckling:
"This wonderful red is developing terrifically in the bottle with lavender, rosemary, violet and blueberry aromas that follow through to a full body, ultra-fine tannins and a gorgeous tannin, fruit tension. Hints of iodine and oyster shell make this ever so complex with some lead pencil too. A great red. A blend of 92% carmenere and 8% petit verdot. Drink now." - (November 17, 2015)
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Montes "Purple Angel" 2004 (Colchagua Valley, Chile) - [RP 91]
Montes "Purple Angel" 2004 (Colchagua Valley, Chile) - [RP 91] [AG 90+] [WS 90]
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91 Points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate:
"The 2004 Purple Angel is composed of 92% Carmenere (a notoriously fickle grape) and 8% Petit Verdot and spent 18 months in new French oak. This purple-colored wine offers intense toasty blueberry aromas with a hint of green olives in the background. On the palate the wine is thick and rich, with layers of flavor and a long, pure finish. Allow it to evolve for a year or two and drink it through 2020." - Jay S Miller (28th Jun 2007)
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