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New Arrivals

Chardonnays from California are among the world's best, as are pinot noirs from Oregon. But finding a value Cali chard or Oregon pinot can be a tall order. But not impossible! The proof? You’ll find it in the bottles below. The quality inside each is undeniable; what's more, each one offers so much more than its price suggests. 

2015 Pond Hawk Chardonnay

Sourced from a number of sites throughout Sonoma and Monterey. A creamy and balanced chardonnay, starting with fresh apple and tropical notes, finishing clean with a subtle sweetness and hint of minerality. Spot on California chard that's selling for a song. An absurd value, and now on sale.

2015 Pond Hawk Chardonnay Monterey

A classy chardonnay from Monterey. Citrus and subtle spice at the core, with a delicious smoky oak note on the finish. More rich and rounded than the California cuvee; roasted chicken or smoked fish would be excellent here. Criminally under-priced for the quality within the bottle.

2014 The Guide Pinot Noir

Spot on Oregon pinot at a steal of a price! Iridescent, with wild orchard fruit on the nose. Fresh red cherries and blueberries on the palate. Violets emerge with a swirl of the glass. Both vibrant and plush on the palate, with floral and spicy hints persisting on the long finish. Go long on this one: purchase by the case.

8 Wines to Savor

There’s no better way to celebrate International Champagne Day than by enjoying a glass of bubbly! Below is a selection of bottles. Each represents a distinctive style, every one a benchmark of its type. Cheers!

Aubry Brut Premier Cru

Most Champagne houses purchase at least some of their fruit from local farmers. A small number of GROWER CHAMPAGNE estates, however, cultivate their own vineyards and harvest their own fruit. A small detail, perhaps. Yet the wines yielded by such producers  - such as those by Aubry - offer a fascinating alternative to the admittedly excellent blends of the Grandes Marques, which are often a blend of the holy trinity: chardonnay, pinot noir, and pinot meunier. Philippe and Pierre Aubry's Brut also includes some arbanne, petit meslier, pinot blanc, and pinot gris - all which impart lime and citrus hints as well as an exotic note that none of the holy trinity can express. White apricots, apples, limes, and a smoky note - all find themselves in this intriguing blend.

Taittinger Cuvee Prestige

A textbook SANS ANNÉE (or without a year) that highlights the virtues of the non-vintage blend. Taittinger owns and enjoys a broad collection of vineyards from which to source their fruit - largely chardonnay, which comprises 37% of their vineyard holdings, as opposed to 27% on average owned by other comparable proprietors. Chardonnay is more expensive to employ than either pinot noir or pinot meunier, which impart richness, structure, and spice. But the white varietal ensures and encourages energy and elegance - a hallmark of all Champagne, and a virtue that shines through in all Taittinger wines. Bakery notes, apricots, orange blossoms, and a sappy citrus note in the long finish mark this stunning cuvee.

Pierre Peters Cuvee de Reserve

Most Champagne is a blend of both white and red varietals. A number of cuvees known as BLANC DE BLANCS, however, are comprised entirely of chardonnay, which often yields especially vibrant citrus and mineral infused wines - in other words, the classic apertif style so beloved by Champagne enthusiasts. Comprised of 100% chardonnay sourced from Le Mesnil-sur-Oger (arguably the finest source for chardonnay in all of Champagne), the Cuvee de Reserve offers an intensity and purity of flavors almost unmatched at this price point. Focused notes of yellow apples, quinine, candied citrus, and a smoky mineral note that lingers long into the finish - you'll find all in this stunning bottle.

Tarlant Brut Zero

From one of the pioneers of zero dosage, a textbook BRUT NATURE. Many champagne houses will add a liqueur d’expédition to their wine. But not all. Some estates choose to bottle a cuvee without dosage, crafting in turn a champagne that is sans maquillage, or without makeup. Doing away with dosage can leave a wine too austere or sharp on the palate. But should the assembled wine be of the highest quality - as Benoit Tarlant’s invariably are - what you will have is an especially intense and uncluttered expression of champagne. Buttery pastries, honey roasted nuts, ripe yellow fruit, and wisps of smoke - all you will find in this bottle, forcefully expressed with mind-boggling clarity and detail.

Charles Heidsieck Brut Reserve

Arguably the finest Champagne SANS ANNÉE, due entirely to the efforts of the late Daniel Thiebault, who between 1985 until his all too early death in 2002 oversaw the transformation of Charles Heidsieck's value-for-money Brut into the stunning Brut Reserve. His decision to amass a vast stock of 8-10 year old reserve wines of course came at an initial loss of sales, which CH accountants fortunately overlooked in favor of a more complex wine. Brioche, honey, peaches, lemon hints, and saline suggestions - this stunning play of flavors is matched by few other champagne cuvees. A benchmark wine.

Laurent Perrier Brut Rose

From one of the Grand Marques of Champagne, a ROSE brut comprised entirely of pinot noir. Laurent Perrier was among the first houses to embrace stainless steel fermentation tanks, which permitted especially cool fermentation temperatures that in turn preserve the fresh fruit notes and energy earned in Champagne’s cool vineyards. Those fresh notes and energy are now telltale LP hallmarks, and are in full display in the brut rose. What’s more, the pinot noir sourced for LP’s brut rose are from Grand Cru vineyards, instilling power and persistence into the brut rose. Bright red cherries and strawberries, lively tangerines, an insistent mousse, as well as a persistent floral note - LPs brut rose offers a wealth of flavors matched by few others.

Dom Perignon

The very first commercial prestige cuvee and undoubtedly among the finest cuvees of VINTAGE CHAMPAGNE - though equalled, none have surpassed it. Its fruit is sourced from eight Grand Cru vineyard plots, as well as from one Premier Cru plot in Hautvillers, home village of the abbey of Dom Perignon. The fruit ferments and undergoes transformation in stainless steel tanks, ensuring not only freshness upon release but also a transparency of flavors that few other tete de cuvees can display. Mandarin oranges, creme de cassis, espresso, toasted almonds, exotic spices, and mineral hints - all are seamlessly woven together, leaving a mouthwatering impression that lingers long on the palate. A life-affirming champagne.

Krug Grande Cuvee

To Krug enthusiasts, this multi-vintage PRESTIGE CUVEEis first among equals. As opposed to other houses (where the the vintage cuvee enjoys pride of place), at Krug the Grand Cuvee is given preference over any vintage that may or may not be produced on any given year. Eric Lebel, Krug's winemaker, can draw from over 4000 barriques for the Grand Cuvee, permitting a depth and complexity almost unrivalled in all of Champagne. Quince, black cherries, candied oranges, honey, roasted walnuts, lemons, and cardamon - the wealth of flavors found in this aromatic and inviting wine is other-worldly. A study in power and finesse.

International Champagne Day

Highlights from the October Wine Sale

The highlights below cover a broad range of styles. All are full of flavor and perfect for the cool weather now upon us. And all are on sale throughout October!

2014 Evodia Old Vines Garnacha

One of Spain’s great value reds. Most of Spain’s vineyards are not only highly elevated but also more dry on average than other countries in Europe - a duo of conditions that yield ripe wines especially dense with flavor. The vineyards from which the Evodia fruit was sourced enjoy two more advantages: old vines and schist soils, both which deepen and intensify the flavors even further. The results? A fruit bomb of a wine, selling for a song. Plush, with floral inflected wild blueberries and blackberries - this is one of the best values on our shelves.

2015 Novellum Chardonnay

A savvy choice for chardonnay, crafted with fruit sourced from southern France. Which enjoys a warmer climate and a longer growing season than the Cote d’Or, the home of some of the world’s finest chards. What’s more, Domaine Lafage, who crafted the 2015 Novellum, harvested their fruit from limestone rich soils. In turn, those vines yield wines with the ripeness often found in a California chard AND the persistence and intensity of a White Burgundy - both at a fraction of the price. White peach, honeysuckle, and vanilla hints - all you will find in this mouth-watering, full-figured, value chard.

2012 d'Arenberg The Stump Jump Red

A sumptuous and spice driven red for the cool months ahead of us, from one of the wine world’s most colorful characters. But don’t be deceived by the shoulder length curls, faded jeans, and untucked paisley patterned shirts of Chester Osborn of d’Arenberg. He avoids fertilizers and irrigation in his vineyards to ensure purity and concentration of flavors, and he takes a hands off approach in the cellar to ensure that his wines display fresh flavors and a silky texture. His 2012 Stump Jump is a case in point. Comprised of grenache, syrah, and mourvedre. Blueberries, plums, lavender, white pepper, and smoky hints - all you will find in this Aussie bad boy.

2015 Chateau La Maroutine Blanc

Value wine from Bordeaux? You bet! In top notch vintages, even more modest estates and vineyards will yield flavorful wine full of character and savor. The 2015 vintage was the best vintage for both whites and reds since 2009/2010, yielding especially ripe yet fresh wines even at more modest price points. The 2015 La Maroutine is a case in point. Grapefruit and gooseberry hints, fresh herbs, and a wisp of smoke make for a sensual and savory sipper.

2014 Terrazas Altos del Plata Malbec

The ideal wine to serve with the grilled or roasted meat that you’re enjoying throughout the autumn months. Many Argentines consider asado (an assortment of grilled meats) their national dish, and often serve it with a gutsy malbec. Once languishing in France, migrant cuttings of malbec found themselves a new home upon the sunny and cool slopes throughout Argentina, where it now thrives, yielding opulent, fruit driven reds whose savor pair well with a hearty meal. As the 2014 Terrazas Altos del Plata proves. A robust red, the Terrazas malbec almost overwhelms with red and black berries that are framed by chocolate hints and herbal notes. Where’s the beef?

2014 Columbia Crest H3 Cabernet Sauvignon

A giant in the Washington wine scene, Columbia Crest somehow manages to  craft exemplary expressions at a variety of price points - even modest ones, without missing a beat. A large measure of their success is no doubt due to their 2500 acres of vineyards, planted in the early 1980s and providing numerous sources for ripe fruit fit for tasty wine - like their 2014 H3 Cabernet Sauvignon. Dark fruit on the nose, with cassis and black cherries on the full-bodied, rich palate. Fine tannins emerge with time, as well as vanilla and chocolate nuances. Textbook Washington state cab.

2010 Hacienda Lopez de Haro Crianza

A more modern Rioja that combines New World power and Old World savor. Despite Spain’s exciting new wine regions, Rioja still remains the benchmark of Spanish wines. Its classic expressions can gain a complexity that can rival Grand Cru Bordeaux. Its more modern expressions - like the 2013 Hacienda Lopez de Haro Crianza  - enjoy more vibrant and fresh fruit, without sacrificing any of tempranillo’s classic savor and structure. Black and red fruit on the nose with mineral hints swirling about. Black and red currants on the palate, with licorice and tobacco in the background. Full bodied, intense, and drop dead gorgeous.

2012 Allegrini Palazzo della Torre

From northeastern Italy, a perennial favorite with Binny’s customers. No surprise - the Palazzo della Torre enjoys a richness and cashmere texture that’s woven into it by appassimento and ripasso, ancient Roman techniques that enrich the final wine. Its opulent fruit notes and baking spice hints make it the ideal red to enjoy throughout the cooler months. Dark fruit on the nose with hints of baking spice in the background. Black cherries and plums on the palate, with cloves and dark chocolate framing the plush fruit. Decadent.

2014 Kali Hart Chardonnay

From California’s Central Coast, one of the Golden State’s best value chards. Their decision to establish coastal hilltop vineyards was a risk - the Talbotts were warned that such sites were too cool for chardonnay to ripen. Still, they persisted with their plans, inspired by the Grand Cru Burgundies that they had enjoyed while on business trips to Europe. Today, their energetic and muscular chards are among California’s benchmark wines. And their Kali chard is a textbook value wine. Ripe red apples, lemon hints, stone fruit, and a suggestion of cinnamon in the finish - all you will find in this stunning value.

2014 Gunderloch Estate Riesling Dry

The Rheinhessen's leading producer, due in large measure to the late Fritz Hasselbach. His wife’s family owned some especially fine vineyard plots, from which he crafted an extraordinary range of wines - from bone dry expressions like the 2014 Estate Riesling to some of the world’s greatest dessert wines. He was especially proud of the smoky spice note that his wines displayed, due in large measure to the distinctive red slate soils of his vineyards. His Estate Riesling is an excellent introduction to Gunderloch. Peaches, lemons, savory herbs, and the estate’s telltale smoky cinnamon note - the 2014 Estate Riesling’s broad range of flavors and persistence are mind boggling.

2013 Finca Villacreces Pruno

One of the wine world’s best kept secrets, an insider’s wine to purchase by  the case. Not only does Finca Villacreces and its vineyards neighbor Vega Sicilia, one of Spain’s undisputed First Growths; moreover, FV’s vineyards yielded fruit for the first few vintages of Peter Sissick’s Pingus - one of Spain’s greatest cult wines. And you’ll find that same Pingus DNA and character gloriously expressed in the 2013 Pruno. Ripe black fruit, exotic baking spices, floral hints, and smoky oak nuances - it’s all in there.

2010 Chateau Haut Brisson Saint Emilion

Dollar for dollar one of the best deals this month - a red not only from one of the top communes in Bordeaux but also from one of the finest vintages in recent memory. Saint Emilion enjoys an  enviable reputation for its wines, and rightly so. There, merlot gains a ripeness and even opulence of flavors that to many  have come to define how fine wine should taste. Forward fruit and full-bodied, with a finish that persists long on the palate as well as on the memory - all you will find in a red from St-Emilion, like the 2010 Chateau Haut Brisson. Ripe red cherries, savory tobacco, and a chocolate note, all which persist into the long finish, make the 2010 Haut Brisson an instant classic.

2014 Ridge Lytton Springs

From one of the wine world’s finest estates, an uncommonly refined zinfandel masterfully crafted under the watchful eye of Paul Draper. Monte Bello, his iconic Bordeaux blend, earned him lasting fame - but most Ridge fans know him for his zinfandels, reds whose power are matched only by their poise and persistence of flavors. His secret? Old vines, wild yeasts, and submerged cap fermentations - all which yield in turn densely flavored yet vibrant reds whose silky polish of tannins lend a refinement rarely seen in other reds. Aromatic fruit on the nose, with violet inflected red and black cherries on the palate. Black peppers and baking spices unfold with time in the glass. Silky and finely structured, the 2014 Lytton Springs zinfandel field blend is a polished, uncommonly graceful zin.

2014 Venge Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon Silencieux

Textbook Napa cab crafted by Kirk Venge - the son of Nils Venge, who while at Groth became the first American winemaker to earn 100 points from Robert Parker. Their cellar techniques - hand sorting, destemming, cold soaking, fermenting with native yeasts, and gravity flows - preserve the virtues of their hand harvested Napa fruit, ensuring not only fresh flavors but also cashmere textures. Both are on full display in their 2014 Silencieux. Ripe yet vibrant black fruit on the nose. Cassis and plums on the palate, with cured tobacco, savory herbs, as well as vanilla emerging with time. Full-bodied and dense yet vibrant all at once. A magical bottle.

2011 Uccelliera Brunello di Montalcino
2011 Uccelliera Brunello di Montalcino
2011 Uccelliera Brunello di Montalcino

A muscular red that embodies the best  that Tuscany has to offer. Sangiovese ripens like no other in Montalcino, whose warm and arid climate yields especially dense reds with an almost incomparable range of flavors. It takes a deft hand and a mindful approach in the cellar to realize those flavors. Fortunately, Uccelleria proprietor Andrea Cortonesi is up to the task. A pre-fermentation cold soak ensures more fresh flavors and a more supple yet muscular texture, while elevage in both Slavonian and French casks ensure that the flavors earned in the vineyards shine through when ready. His 2011 is a textbook Brunello. Savory black fruit on the nose, with baked black cherries, spice, leather, and savory tobacco on the palate. Plush and dense in texture. In a word, irresistible.

2005 Chateau Giscours Margaux

A cabernet blend at the cusp of maturity, from one of Bordeaux’s finest vintages of recent decades. The appellation Margaux enjoys less clay than others. With maturity its wines display a grace, poise, and distinctive floral perfume not found in the wines of any other Left Bank commune. It is that haunting violet scent and sensual silk that has seduced many a Margaux devotee - qualities that you’ll find in the the 2005 cabernet blend from Giscours. Orchard fruit on the nose. Red, blue, and black fruit on the palate, with licorice and spice weaving in and out. Both silky and energetic as well as perfumed. Textbook Margaux, ready to enjoy now.

2006 Chateau Pavie Saint Emilion

Recently promoted to Premier Grand Cru Classe A - that is, recently declared the equal to Cheval Blanc and Ausone! - the wines Chateau Pavie are cellar treasures; and the 2006 is among the very finest. Proprietor Gerard Perse spared no expense when he renovated the cellar. A cold soak, cool fermentation, and malo in barrel encouraged not only a vibrant flavors but also a silky texture and persistent finish. An opulent red that can be enjoyed tonight, yet will shine for decades to come should you decide to set aside a few bottles. Raspberries, strawberries, vanilla, black cherries, and fine tobacco, with fine tannins providing a spine for this dense wine - this wine proves that Pavie is well-deserving of its new Premier Grand Cru Classe A status. The Wine Advocate gave this wine 95 points.

2009 Chateau Pontet Canet Pauillac

Proof that the 1855 Classification is outdated. Though classified a Fifth Growth in 1855, the estate itself neighbors Lafite as well as Mouton - a fact that spurs proprietor Alfred Tesseron to craft one of the Left Bank’s finest wines. Composting, cluster thinning, green harvesting, cold soaks, cool fermentations, manual punch downs, malo in barrels - Mssr. Tesseron spares no expense in his pursuit of fine wine. His 2009 vintage may be his finest to date. Black as night to the eye, with incense, smoke, and dark orchard fruit on the nose. Creme de cassis and blackberries on the dense palate. Colossal in structure yet vibrantly fresh all at once, with an uncanny purity and precision that mark this wine above others. The perfect wine, at least according to the Wine Advocate, which awarded this wine 100 points.

2010 Penfolds Grange

Acknowledged by critics and connoisseurs as the Southern Hemisphere’s undisputed First Growth, the Grange is the benchmark by which all other Australian wines are judged. Its success, even its very existence, is due to one Max Schubert, who despite directions to the contrary crafted a dry red wine in the mold of a Grand Cru red from Bordeaux. A blend of syrah fruit from a number of southern Australia vineyards, it now defines what a great Aussie shiraz is: bold, ripe, fresh fruit, a cabinet full of exotic spices, and fine leather notes with age. Deep purple/black to the eye, vibrant dark fruit and spice on the nose. Vibrant blackberries and blueberries on the palate, with violets blooming with time in the glass. A cabinet full of baking spices emerge with time. Dense, concentrated, yet persistent, and every bit a world class wine. The Wine Advocate gave this wine 99 points.

Taste the Wines of Bordeaux

Bordeaux is home to a new generation of winemakers, each producing wines in their own unique style. Bordeaux is the epicenter of the wine world, renowned for its large production of high quality wines. While the press and the attention most often go to the highest profile estates in the most famous regions, the real gems come from the lesser known appellations within Bordeaux.

Bordeaux is about enjoying the moment with a wine that suits your palate and setting. Today's Bordeaux is perfect for both a special occasion or just enjoying with friends out on the patio. From the crisp whites made primarily with Sauvignon Blanc and Sémillon, to the satisfying, lush Merlot based wines of the Right Bank, to the full, firm Cabernet based wines of the Left Bank - you'll find out why they are...Bordeaux wines, there is so much to discover.

Taste the Wines of Bordeaux
Saturday, October 29th, 1-4pm

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Bordeaux Sale

Save big on some of the world's finest wines! To many the wines of Bordeaux are the the very definition of fine wine. Below you will find iconic expressions of cabernet sauvignon and merlot. All are on sale - some 15% off, others much more. So act fast.

ProductReg. Pricew/Binny's Card
2009 Chateau La Tour Carnet Haut Medoc"....full-bodied, unctuously textured...."  92 WA $47.99$44.99
2010 Chateau La Tour Carnet Haut Medoc" since their 2001...."  93 WA $47.99$44.99
2010 Les Tourelles de Longueville Pauillac "Dark, sleek and inviting....  92 WS $49.99$44.99
2012 Chateau d'Armailhac Pauillac"....complete and finishes authoritatively."  91 WA $49.99$45.99
2012 Chateau Montlabert Saint Emilion 1.5L"....surprising density and richness."  88-91 WA $49.99$45.99
2010 Chateau Grand Puy Ducasse Pauillac" elegant wine...." 92 WA  $56.99$49.99
2010 Chateau Prieure Lichine Margaux"....lush and multi-dimensional."  92 WA $59.99$54.99
2010 Chateau La Dominique Saint Emilion"Full-bodied, viscous...."   93 WA $59.99$54.99
2012 Chateau Clerc Milon Pauillac"Juicy and round...."  92 WA $59.99$54.99
2005 La Dame de Montrose Saint Estephe"....a gorgeous second wine."  90 WA $64.99$57.99
2012 Chateau Rauzan Segla Margaux"....concentrated and extremely promising."  94 WA $69.99$59.99
2012 Chateau Canon La Gaffeliere Saint Emilion"....full-bodied and opulent...."  93 WA $69.99$59.99
2000 Chateau Cantemerle Haut Medoc"....fully mature, elegant...."  88 WA $69.99$59.99
2012 Clos Fourtet Saint Emilion"....flawless integration...."  95 WA $85.99$75.99
2005 Chateau Giscours Margaux"....impressive purity and length."  91 WA $89.99$79.99
2010 Alter Ego de Palmer Margaux"....plenty of punch...."  91 WA $89.99$79.99
2005 Chateau Potensac Medoc 1.5L" a Medoc cru classe."  90 WA $89.99$79.99
2010 Chateau Clos de Sarpe Saint Emilion"....a quintessential blockbuster...."  96 WA $94.99$85.99
1995 Chateau Gruaud Larose Saint Julien"Full-bodied, concentrated and structured."  91 WS $99.99$79.99
2010 Les Tourelles de Longueville Pauillac 1.5L"Dark, sleek and inviting....  92 WS $99.99$89.99
2013 Chateau Pontet Canet Pauillac"Quite pretty and stylish...."  93-95 WE $99.99$79.99
2011 Chateau Lynch Bages Pauillac"This has solid guts...."  92 WS $105.00$89.99
2000 Chateau Giscours Margaux" of the best Giscours...."  92 WA $110.00$99.99
2010 Chateau Grand Puy Lacoste Pauillac"....full-bodied and multilayered...."  95 WA $115.00$99.99
2010 Chateau Cantemerle Haut Medoc 1.5L"....a major sleeper of the vintage...."  94 WA $115.00$89.99
2011 Chateau Pontet Canet Pauillac"A wine of steel."  95 JS $120.00$59.99
2012 Chateau Pichon Longueville au Baron Pauillac"....another great classic...."  93 WA $125.00$99.99
2006 Chateau Pontet Canet Pauillac"....a legend in the making."  95 WA $125.00$79.99
2011 Chateau Ducru Beaucaillou Saint Julien"Very long...."  94 WS $130.00$59.99
2005 Chateau Leoville Barton Saint Julien"With deep cassis...."  92 WA $140.00$120.00
2005 Chateau Grand Corbin Despagne Saint Emilion 1.5L"Powerful, full-bodied...."  90+ WA $140.00$120.00
2012 Chateau Cos d'Estournel Saint Estephe"....superb concentration, huge fruit...."  93 WA $145.00$115.00
2005 Chateau Du Tertre Margaux 1.5L"Very fragrant...."  90 WA $145.00$125.00
1995 Chateau d'Armailhac Pauillac 1.5L"....a crowd-pleaser!"  89 WA $150.00$130.00
2013 Carruades de Lafite Pauillac"....balanced and defined."  88-91 WS $165.00$145.00
2012 Clos Marsalette Pessac Leognan 3L" impressive example...."  90-92 WA $165.00$130.00
1989 Chateau Gruaud Larose Saint Julien"....amazing richness of fruit..."  94 WS $175.00$79.99
1996 Chateau d'Armailhac Pauillac 1.5L"Balanced and delicious."  88 WS $175.00$150.00
2012 Chateau Smith Haut Lafitte Pessac Leognan 1.5L"A brilliant success again...."  92-94 WA $175.00$145.00
2011 Chateau Leoville Las Cases Saint Julien"....behaves like a first-growth...."  93+ WA $180.00$99.99
1995 Chateau Gruaud Larose Saint Julien"Rich, with medium to full body...."  89 WA $215.00$175.00
2006 Chateau Leoville las Cases Saint Julien"....another classic...."  95 WA $225.00$195.00
2006 Chateau Pavie Saint Emilion"Another sleeper of the vintage...."  95 WA $225.00$195.00
2009 Les Forts de Latour Pauillac"....exceptionally pure, long wine."  95 WA $225.00$195.00
2009 Carruades de Lafite Pauillac"A very strong effort..."  93 WA $245.00$175.00
2010 Chateau Montrose Saint Estephe"....among the greatest vintages...."  100 WA $245.00$220.00
2012 Chateau La Mission Haut Brion Pessac Leognan"....a big blockbuster...."  97 WA $260.00$225.00
2009 Chateau Pontet Canet Pauillac"An amazing wine...."  100 WA $265.00$225.00
2011 Chateau Ducru Beaucaillou Saint Julien 1.5L", medium to full-bodied...."  92+ WA $265.00$195.00
2003 Chateau Cos d'Estournel Saint Estephe" of the superstars of the vintage."  97 WA $275.00$195.00
1995 Chateau Calon Segur Saint Estephe 1.5L" of the great sleepers of the vintage..."  92 WA $295.00$260.00
2010 Chateau l'Evangile Pomerol"....massive, rich, very impressive...."  98+ WA $335.00$275.00
2012 Chateau Margaux Margaux"....masculine, dense and rich."  95 WA $395.00$350.00
2012 Chateau Haut Brion Pessac Leognan" absolutely remarkable effort...."  98 WA $420.00$375.00
2006 Chateau Haut Brion"....possesses superb concentration...."  96 WA $495.00$395.00
2011 Chateau Margaux Margaux"....possesses finesse, elegance, purity...."  93 WA $550.00$395.00
2006 Chateau Margaux Margaux"....beautifully textured, pure style...."  94+ WA $575.00$495.00
2011 Chateau Lafite Rothschild Pauillac"Full, dense and structured."  95 JS $695.00$450.00
2000 Chateau Latour Pauillac"....a wine of incredible poise."  99 WA $1,095.00$975.00
2006 Chateau Lafite Rothschild Pauillac"A wine of extraordinary intensity...."  97 WA $1,150.00$895.00
2009 Chateau Pichon Longueville au Baron Pauillac 3L"....pure and flawlessly constructed...."  98 WA $1,295.00$1,095.00
2005 Chateau Lafite Rothschild 1.5L"....superb purity and texture...."  95 WA $2,495.00$2,195.00
2008 Chateau Petrus Pomerol"A wine of great intensity...."  97 WA $2,650.00$2,195.00

*Prices and promotions valid with Binny's Card through 10/31/2016 or while supplies last. Advertised items limited to quantities on hand. Not all items are available at all Binny's locations. All bottles 750mL unless otherwise stated. Not responsible for misprints or typographical errors.


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