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Vintages Release January 21, 2012

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Dessert Wine

Puklus Pincészet Tokaji Yellow Muscat 2010, Tokaj-Hegyalja, Hungary, Hungary: In northeastern Hungary, Muscat thrives in the hilly, volcanic-clay soils. It is a top area for grapes to become extremely ripe, resulting in flavourful, medium-sweetness wines such as this little beauty. An excellent choice. Another exotic little number with spices, orange peel and lovely, lovely white peach. Different and so very pretty. Muscat food pairings: chicken paprika, spicy Asian dishes. 46508 13.5% M 750 mL $14.95 Score: 89/100. January 2012. Best Value Dessert Wine Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Perrin & Fils De Beaumes De Venise Muscat 2009, A.C., Rhône, France: This dessert wine is made with the finest version of Muscat (i.e.,), and has an exceptional, intense aroma of peach, table grapes, apricot, mango and hints of lychee. Muscat Blanc à Petits Grains is full, velvety and quite sweet. It is beautifully balanced by a seam of acidity. A gorgeous dessert wine with alluring honeyed citrus notes. Muscat food pairings: foie gras, fruit-based desserts. Drink: 2011 - 2018 4713 15% MS 375 mL $16.95 Score: 90/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Château des Charmes Paul Bosc Estate Vineyard Riesling Icewine 2009, V.Q.A., Niagara Peninsula, Ontario, Canada: Gorgeous concentration with peach-marmalade preserves and a honeyed apricot finish. Lovely as dessert on its own or with biscotti or fruit- or nut-based desserts. 413724 13% S 375 mL $59.95 Score: 92/100. January 2012. Top Rated Dessert Wine Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Neige Première Ice Cider 2009, Quebec, Canada: Fun! Essence of apple: the platonic ideal of apples. A delicious cider of green tart apples. Ice Cider food pairings: nuts, blue-veined cheeses. 39305 12% MS 375 mL $24.75 Score: 93/100. January 2012. Top Rated Dessert Wine Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Red Wine

Loredona Pinot Noir 2009, Monterey, California, United States: Owing to the moderating ocean breezes off the Pacific that travel up the Salinas Valley, Pinot Noir has turned out to be one of the best-performing grapes in Monterey County. The Loredona (lady flower) shows classic Pinot Noir aromas of cherry, cedar, plum and earth. A fine choice. A beguiling and silky pinot with lovely layers of ripe cherries and some cinnamon. Medium- to full-bodied. Pinot Noir food pairings: grilled duck. veal tenderloin. 57620 13.5% XD 750 mL $16.95 Score: 86/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Banfi Centine Regional Blended Red 2008, I.G.T., Toscana, Italy: A pleasant quaffer with dark cherry, smoke, some spice and a supple palate. Full-bodied with good balance. 323725 14% XD 750 mL $16.95 Score: 87/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Alamos The Wines Of Catena Malbec 2010, Mendoza, Argentina: For Argentina’s signature grape, Catena’s Alamos Malbec is always a fine ambassador. A rich, full-bodied wine with concentrated fruit flavours of raspberry and cassis with doses of chocolate and sweet spice from the light oak ageing. A pleasant sipper with lovely blackberry aromas. Medium- to full-bodied and smooth. A solidly made wine with terrific balance. Ripe blackberries and pepper. Perfect for barbecue and movie night. Malbec food pairings: bleu cheese and pecan salad, lasagna. 467951 13.5% D 750 mL $13.95 Score: 88/100. January 2012. Best Value Red Wine Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Pirramimma Petit Verdot 2008, Mclaren Vale, South Australia, Australia: Big, black fruit with blackberry jam and baked fruit notes. Smooth and full-bodied Petit Verdot food pairings: crown or rack of lamb. 986752 13.5% XD 750 mL $26.95 Score: 88/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Sister's Run Shiraz 2009, Calvary Hill, Barossa Valley, South Australia, Australia: Winemaker Elena Brooks’ ready for anything approach to her work inspired the Sister’s Run label. On at least one occasion, while changing from high heels to work boots and while wearing one of each, ran into the winery to deal with a crisis. This wine is full bodied with concentrated dark fruits and spice, fun, but serious enough for either a formal or informal barbecue. A perky, full-bodied red that delivers lots of pleasure and no offense. Black plums berries roll across your mouth: no stops or starts, all liquid pleasure. Perfect for the barbecue. Shiraz food pairings: pork chops, roast lamb. 222018 14.5% XD 750 mL $15.95 Score: 88/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Santa Carolina Barrica Selection Petit Verdot 2009, Rapel Valley, Chile: Petit Verdot, one of the lesser-known Bordeaux grapes, stars in this fine Chilean red. Full of blackberry, dark chocolate, floral and toast notes, It is deeply flavourful and satisfying. Enjoy it tonight. Terrific quality for the money! Dark, savoury notes of blackberry, cassis and mocha. Full-bodied and dark. Petit Verdot food pairings: lamb burgers, braised beef with root veggies. 7484 14.5% XD 750 mL $14.95 Score: 88/100. January 2012. Best Value Red Wine Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

L.A. Cetto Petite Sirah 2009, Guadalupe Valley, Baja California, Mexico: This has to be one of the best values in the entire liquor store! What more could you want, or at least ask for, for $11.95? Plush black fruit, mouth-watering and juicy, satisfying and rich. The Ultimate party wine. Sirah food pairings: spicy black bean dishes, steak-and-cheese enchiladas. 983742 14% D 750 mL $11.95 Score: 88/100. January 2012. Best Value Red Wine Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Concha Y Toro Serie Riberas Gran Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon 2009, Marchigue, Ribera Del Tinguiririca, Chile: A full-bodied, robust red with black fruit and toasty oak aromas. Excellent price. 256693 14% XD 750 mL $14.95 Score: 88/100. January 2012. Best Value Red Wine Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Alfredo Roca Pinot Noir 2010, Mendoza, Argentina: Incredible Pinot for the money: you simply will not get a better tasting pinot at this price. Grab a case or five. Lovely fleshy ripe cherries. New World style. Pinot Noir food pairings: grilled pork tenderloin, grilled salmon. 32979 13.3% XD 750 mL $12.95 Score: 89/100. January 2012. Best Value Red Wine Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Luigi Bosca Reserva Syrah 2008, Maipú, Mendoza, Argentina: A lovely, balanced red with a medium- to full-bodied weight. Dark fleshy aromas of blackberries and plums. Well-crafted! Perfect for movie night or potluck gatherings. Syrah food pairings: gourmet sausages, grilled steaks. 143412 14.5% D 750 mL $17.95 Score: 89/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Pillitteri Estates Winery Merlot 2007, V.Q.A., Niagara-On-The-Lake, Ontario, Canada: Plum-lovely with a satin smooth texture! Unfurled ripe, fleshy blackberries on the palate. Medium- to full-bodied. Aged 14 months in American and French oak. Merlot food pairings: Italian dishes, red meats, barbecued fare. 71738 12.5% XD 750 mL $17.95 Score: 89/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Château De Treviac Arnaud Sié 2008, A.C., Corbières, Midi, France: A blend of 80% Syrah and 20% Grenache has aromas of blackberry, pepper, garrigue, and that unique-to-Midi scent of thyme, rosemary, basil, sage and lemon verbena. A very good balance of fruit, acids and tannins. A superb value for this delicious, full-bodied wine. Incredible aromatic depth and length of flavour, with notes of black plums, blackberries, game and smoke. Food pairings: roast leg of lamb with an herb-rub, strong cheeses, goat cheese, herb stuffed pork tenderloin, brisket, roast goose. 670505 14.5% D 750 mL $15.95 Score: 89/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Château Saint Maurice Les Grès Laudun Christophe Valat, Vign. 2009, A.C., Côtes Du Rhône-Villages, France: Laudun’s best vineyards tend to be north-facing and grown on sandy clay. Interesting aromas include pomegranate and black licorice, plus the usual scents of plum, raspberry and pepper-spice. Dry, and due to zippy acidity with a very ripe core, is not at all jammy. A value-priced wine for the cellar: 3-5+ years. To enjoy now, decant for 2+ hours and serve. Juicy, delicious and full-bodied with alluring aromas of black cherry, cedar box, violets and smoke. Love it! Incredible price. Food pairings: rare steaks, roast beef. 177576 14.8% XD 750 mL $15.95 Score: 89/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Zenato Superiore Valpolicella 2008, D.O.C., Veneto, Italy: Zenato is famous (and a Vintages customer favourite) for producing top-notch wines in the Veneto classic styles. With its lower yields and stricter controls, this fine Valpolicella Superiore, is another in a long line of successes. Brimming with expressive aromas of dark fruit and chocolate, it’s a dry, supple and full-flavoured wine which reveals more dark fruit, red field berries and some sour cherry on the palate. It is medium bodied, more textured and fuller than any Valpols, and sporting a lovely medium-long finish. Mocha-rich nose with dark cherries and fleshy plums. Lovely full-bodied and smooth. Great value! Valpolicella food pairings: barbecued veal chops. 995704 13.5% XD 750 mL $15.95 Score: 89/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Edge Wines Cabernet Sauvignon 2008, Napa Valley, California, United States: A solidly made wine with great balance. Pleasant drinking. Full-bodied with dark fruit, some mocha and smoke. Cabernet Sauvignon food pairings: rich beef, lamb. 34223 14.4% D 750 mL $27.95 Score: 89/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Chateau St. Jean Cabernet Sauvignon 2009, California, United States: Long recognized for producing quality Cabernet Sauvignon, Chateau St. Jean’s superbly priced version is no exception. Front and centre are ripe cassis, raspberry and wood-smoke. With the fruit nicely balanced by mid-palate tannins this wine is dry, rich, ripe and forward. Enjoy it tonight. A full-bodied, well-structure cabernet with classic notes of cassis, blackcurrant and blackberry. Cabernet Sauvignon food pairings: beef brisket, gourmet burgers, rich meat-based pasta dish. 38034 13.8% XD 750 mL $19.95 Score: 89/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Hewitson Miss Harry Named Varietal Blends-Red 2009, Barossa Valley, South Australia, Australia: Juicy and lip-smacking delicious with blackberry, blueberry, brambleberry and many other berries I’m sure. Velvet smooth, rich and warm with a nice satisfying finis. This wine is a blend of 47% Grenache, 47% Shiraz, and 6% Mourvedre. Named Varietal Blends-Red food pairings: pot roast. 107870 14% D 750 mL $23.95 Score: 90/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Wakefield Cabernet Sauvignon 2009, Clare Valley, South Australia, Australia: In Australia, Wakefield uses the alternative name Taylors, in order to avoid confusion with a California winery with a similar name. A classic Aussie Cabernet. Closed with a screwcap. 744235 14% XD 750 mL $17.95 Score: 90/100. January 2012. Best Value Red Wine Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Domaine De Cristia 2009, A.C., Châteauneuf-Du-Pape, Rhône, France: Savory bacon fat and black cherry liqueur aromas. Rich, full-bodied and voluptuously textured. Perfect for hearty meals and barbecues. Some smoky notes play in the background. 67678 15% D 750 mL $42.95 Score: 90/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Talamonti Tre Saggi Montepulciano D'abruzzo 2008, D.O.C., Abruzzo, Italy: Rich, dark and savoury with black cherries and smoke. Full-bodied and luxuriously thick like a comforting blanket you wrap closer to you on a chilly night. Great structure and balance. An elegant dinner party wine that won’t cost a fortune. Plus the label looks like you imported it. 204016 13.5% D 750 mL $15.95 Score: 90/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Spadina Una Viola Signature Syrah 2008, I.G.T., Sicily, Italy: Rich and deep with gorgeous layers of smoky black raspberries, mocha-dark chocolate and black cherries galore. Velvet texture with a pleasingly long finish. Syrah food pairings: beef brisket, stews. 171629 13.5% D 750 mL $16.95 Score: 90/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Beronia Gran Reserva 2001, D.O.C.A., Rioja, Spain: Dark and savoury with dark fruit, a warm core. Some dark spices on the finish. Full-bodied and smooth. Food pairings: thick-cut pork chop. 940965 14% D 750 mL $32.95 Score: 90/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Penfolds Bin 138 Grenache Shiraz Mourvèdre 2009, Barossa Valley, South Australia, Australia: Structured and balanced blend of dark fruit, smoke and a touch of spice on the finish. Elegant, full-bodied but not heavy. 468637 14% D 750 mL $34.95 Score: 90/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Torbreck Cuvée Juveniles 2009, Barossa Valley, South Australia, Australia: Full-bodied, luscious and delicious! Lip-smacking layers of fleshy dark fruit. 723940 14.5% XD 750 mL $29.95 Score: 90/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Emiliana Winemaker's Selection Estate Vineyard Carmenère 2009, Los Robles, Colchagua Valley, Chile: A tasty, well-priced, full-bodied organic red with aromas of dark fruit and vanilla-smoke. Carmenère food pairings: pulled-pork sandwiches, barbecued ribs, pasta with a meat-based sauce. 256651 14.5% XD 750 mL $19.95 Score: 90/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Domaine De Cabasse Gigondas 2007, A.C., La Joie De Vivre, Rhône, France: Full-bodied with black cherry and blackberry liqueur richness and depth. Incredible concentration. 142075 14.5% D 750 mL $29.95 Score: 90/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Pike & Joyce Pinot Noir 2009, Adelaide Hills, South Australia, Australia: A vibrant, tasty Pinot with lovely notes of cherries and currants. Medium-bodied. Pinot Noir food pairings: salmon steaks, herb-encrusted roast chicken. 68064 13.5% D 750 mL $24.95 Score: 91/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Hecht & Bannier St-Chinian 2009, A.C., Midi, France: Dark, rich and voluptuous with aromas of dark berries and plums. Full-bodied, smoky and warm. Like a liquid shawl of warmth on your shoulders. 184184 13.5% XD 750 mL $23.95 Score: 91/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

La Madonnina Riserva Chianti Classico 2008, D.O.C.G., Tuscany, Italy: Savoury and mouth-watering with dark chocolate, blackberry, cassis, leather and happiness. Good acidity: terrific in wine if you actually want to drink it with food. Terrific craftsmanship here. This would make a memorable dinner party wine or hostess gift. Tastes twice the price. Chianti Classico food pairings: lamb, thick slices of rare roast beef, grilled meats. 191361 13.4% XD 750 mL $24.95 Score: 91/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Descendientes De J. Palacios Pétalos 2009, D.O., Bierzo, Spain: Founded in 1998 by Alvaro Palacios. A rich, meaty wine of great balance and length. Savory with blackberries and pepper. Full-bodied. Food pairings: shepherds pie, hamburgers, chicken with goat cheese, herbed crusted tendeloin. 446484 15% D 750 mL $21.95 Score: 91/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Jim Barry Wines The Lodge Hill Shiraz 2009, Clare Valley, South Australia, Australia: Hulking, savory red with classic aromas of blackcurrant, cassis and brambly blackberries. Some cedar and tobacco box on the finish. A serious wine for discussing world affairs. 998476 14% XD 750 mL $24.95 Score: 92/100. January 2012. Top Rated Red Wine Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

RavensWood Single Vineyard Belloni Zinfandel 2008, Russian River Valley, California, United States: Black cherry liqueur with decadent richness and berry juiciness in this full-bodied red. Classically made Zinfandel. Zinfandel food pairings: pizza, hamburgers. 672741 14.8% XD 750 mL $44.95 Score: 92/100. January 2012. Top Rated Red Wine Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Turkey Flat Butcher's Block Shiraz Grenache Mourvèdre 2009, Barossa Valley, South Australia, Australia: This is a blend of 55% Shiraz, 28% Grenache and 17% Mourvedre grapes. A super smooth texture yields layers of black cherry, cranberry, black raspberry and plum. Some enticing notes of hickory smoke and cedar box in the background. Shiraz Grenache Mourvèdre food pairings: spicy chicken sausage, Ethiopian stewed chicken, pot roast, game casseroles, grilled vegetables. 90241 14% D 750 mL $19.95 Score: 93/100. January 2012. Top Rated Red Wine Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Yabby Lake Pinot Noir 2007, Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia: Gorgeous concentration of black cherry flavour yet still retains its elegance and finesse. Terrific blance with a juicy mouth-watering acidity that makes it a superb partner for many dishes. Excellent craftsmanship. 262402 14% XD 750 mL $49.95 Score: 94/100. January 2012. Top Rated Red Wine Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

White Wine

Wakefield Chardonnay 2009, Clare Valley, South Australia, Australia: This ripe, luscious, peach, nectarine and citrus-scented wine with well-integrated creamy oak tones resulting in a clean, balanced, and fruity drink. Robust Chardonnay with big aromas of butterscotch, vanilla smoke and fleshy peach. Full oak treatment in this full-bodied white. Chardonnay food pairings: roast pork, mushroom risotto, Chinese spice-encrusted duck. 711556 14% XD 750 mL $14.95 Score: 87/100. January 2012. Best Value White Wine Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Pierre Sparr Réserve Pinot Blanc 2010, A.C., Alsace, France: Being an exceptionally food-friendly wine Pinot Blanc makes for a nice alternative to Chardonnay. From one of Alsace’s most formidable domains, this version displays subtle aromas of apple, sweet citrus, grapefruit, pear and mineral notes. It has good length, dry with medium weight, and has balanced acidity. You will find it quite refreshing. Pure white melon and grapefruit: refreshing and vibrant. Clean without oak. Great aperitif. Pinot Blanc food pairings: asparagus soufflé, cold pork roast, goat cheese, Indian cuisine, charcuterie, foie gras. 134635 12.5% D 750 mL $14.95 Score: 87/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Château Salmonière Vieilles Vignes Gilbert Chon Et Ses Fils Muscadet Sèvre & Maine 2010, A.C., Sur Lie, Loire, France: One of the most refreshing white wines around is Muscadet. This shows subtle aromas of salty mineral, grapefruit, peach, floral and notes of lees. It is dry and crisp with a medium body on the palate, and its soft citrus fruit flavours lead to a finish that is medium-long, zesty, and minerally. An exuberant wine with fresh, clean notes of lime, lemongrass and herbal refreshment. Perfect as an aperitif or food companion. Muscadet Sèvre & Maine food pairings: mussels, clams steamed in wine and fresh tarragon, light fish, sashimi. 142380 12.2% XD 750 mL $13.95 Score: 87/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Wolf Blass Premium Selection Chardonnay 2007, South Australia, Australia: An elegant Chardonnay of great value. Featuring pure fresh citrus and apple flavours and some spicy notes making it well-balanced and focused. Great for entertaining in the summer. A robust chardonnay with full-on aromas of vanilla, butter, peach and smoke. Round and smooth. Chardonnay food pairings: veal cutlets in a cream sauce, lobster in butter, corn. 394908 13.5% D 750 mL $19.95 Score: 88/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Vineland Estates Winery Sauvignon Blanc 2009, V.Q.A., Niagara Escarpment, Ontario, Canada: A light, crisp and refreshing Sauvignon Blanc. Its ripe lemony citrus and melon flavours are well balanced by a laser-focused acidity; joined on the finish by a bright minerality. During the mid-winter blahs, this wine brings a taste of summer sunshine back to the table. A refreshing and invigorating white with lovely notes of lime and chives. Terrific mouth-watering acidity makes it a great partner for many dishes. Sauvignon Blanc food pairings: sautéed shrimps in a butter sauce. 551168 12% XD 750 mL $16.95 Score: 88/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Michel Torino Cuma Torrontés 2010, Cafayate Valley, Salta, Argentina: Lovely lifted white floral notes embrace a profusion of peach and pear in the core. Light as an aperitif, but also aromatic enough to pair with mild and medium curries. Terrific. 262014 13.5% D 750 mL $12.95 Score: 88/100. January 2012. Best Value White Wine Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Henry of Pelham Winery Reserve Off-Dry Riesling 2009, V.Q.A., Short Hills Bench, Niagara Peninsula, Ontario, Canada: The grapes for this wine are left on the vine well into October, allowing them to reach the desired ripeness for this rich and vibrant Riesling. Resulting is an interplay of lush citrus and floral accents with a hint of sweetness, balanced by a brilliant seam of acidity. Amazing value that will age well for 5-7 years. Divine wine that will go do notes. This will go down a storm with Asian and spices. Balanced with fresh peach and pear notes. Lovely! Riesling food pairings: lemongrass chicken with green-chilli sauce, cham-pong (spicy noodles with seafood) featuring red chillies and lime, pork chops with caramelized apples, spicy Thai dishes. 557165 11.5% MD 750 mL $15.95 Score: 89/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

La Chablisienne Saint-Bris Sauvignon Blanc 2010, A.C., Burgundy, France: Did you know they make Sauvignon Blanc in Burgundy? With this unique Burgundian wine you can now impress your guests. And the Sauvignon Blanc grapes are only found in the Saint-Bris appellation. Vibrant, lemongrass and lime aromas leap out of the glass. Mouth-watering and juicy with terrific minerality and length. Medium-bodied and refreshing. Sauvignon Blanc food pairings: grilled white fish with a lemon-dill sauce. 641753 12.5% XD 750 mL $13.95 Score: 89/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Bougrier Vouvray Chenin Blanc 2010, A.C., Loire, France: This is an example of Chenin Blanc at its best, featuring aromas of peach, citrus, lanolin and pear. Chenin Blanc is known for its refreshing acidity, making it a fine candidate for cellar maturation. Some Vouvray have been known to last for 50 years or more. You can try them earlier than that – give this one a more conservative 2-4 years due to more approachable styling. You will also get great pleasure with this highly versatile wine. An absolutely delightful and pretty Vouvray! Lovely floral aromas with ripe peach and pear. Try this wine if you feel you’re in a white wine rut and want something different. Very versatile with food. No heavy oak or alcohol. Amazing price. Chenin Blanc food pairings: grilled prawns, vindaloo chicken, picy South Asian dishes. 253229 11.5% MD 750 mL $13.95 Score: 89/100. January 2012. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Drylands Sauvignon Blanc 2011, Marlborough, South Island, New Zealand: Terrific lime and herbal notes: vibrant, zesty and refreshing. All that a sauvignon blanc should be, plus it's extremely versatile with food. 675405 12.5% XD 3000 mL $19.95 Score: 90/100. January 2012. Top Rated White Wine Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Mer Soleil Barrel Fermented Chardonnay 2009, Santa Lucia Highlands, California, United States: I love this wine! Yes, I have a soft spot for the fact it helped mitigate the screaming children at a Disney restaurant the first time I tasted it, but it’s more than that. Lovely ripe peach and pear aromas with nicely tapped butterscotch and vanilla spoke. So yum. But give that kid a soother please. 958975 14.5% XD 750 mL $34.95 Score: 92/100. January 2012. Top Rated White Wine Full Review Add to Shopping Cart


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