By: Joel ~
WoW January 2019 – New and Note-worthy
Happy New Year to all! We thank all of our loyal customers, and those new to our vinous community for your support this past year.
After all the recent holiday intensity, January’s wintery quiet calls for more relaxed vinous enjoyment with wines to sip and savor with good friends over hearty dinner or in front of a fire with a good book (Kindle anyone?).
Also, if you are interested in learning more about wine, DO CHECK out our upcoming class schedule (see classes tab on the homepage) for WSET Level II and III classes beginning in February. Two or Four day intensive classes featuring a lot of tasting will certainly give you more confidence in choosing wines and a greater appreciation for our favorite beverage!
Bricco delle Viole vineyad above Barolo- MonVisio in background (12,200’) --Marco Marengo (below left)
2013 M. Marengo Barolo Bricco delle Viole $59.50
I first met Mario Marengo back in the early 80’s via his neighbor and mutual friend Elio Altare. He was dedicated grower in the village of La Morra, and fortuitously owned prime, small parcels in the grand cru vineyards of Brunate and Bricco Viole. The latter is the highest vineyard in the district, over 1300’ and facing SW towards the imposing pyramid of Monte Viso in the Alps. Bricco delle Viole means ‘hillside of violets’, as there has always been a patch of the flowers located there. Mario was an old traditionalist, and his wines were somewhat rustic, until Altare offered to help him to improve the old vineyards and carefully improve the wine-making. Over the course of the next 20 years, Altare helped Mario, and then his son Marco after the former passed away, to achieve more refined yet still richly flavored Barolo and Barbera. Now Marco is making simply great wines, and this vintage, 2013, is one of the best in recent years. A great Barolo in the making, with very intense fruit (for Barolo!) and beautifully velvety tannins for aging up to 15 years, The bouquet alone is worth the price-violet, dried cherry, balsamic/mint accents and autumn leaves! If you have ever wanted to know why the big deal about Barolo, taste this wine
2016 Owen Roe Roza Mystica Cabernet Franc, Yakima Valley $31.50
David O’Reilly, Owen Roe’s owner/winemaker, has really upped his game. In 2013, he and his partners took over an old vineyard at Union Gap, behind Treveri Vintners, and built a new state of the art ‘barn’ winery. More control, proximity to the vineyards, or simply some very warm vintages the last few years has led to wines with increased depth of fruit, better balance, and real intensity without over-extraction. This stylish Cabernet Franc, aged in 12% new French oak barrels for 16 months reveals the structural density of a Right bank Bordeaux, yet has the soft, finely balanced, lightly tannic and fresh flavors of a great Loire Valley Chinon on palate. Possibly it’s the vineyard pedigree that accounts for this quality-- Red Willow, DuBrul, Outlook, and Union Gap? Cabernet Franc has a great future in Washington, and this wine reveals why!
2017 Maturana Amphora Garnacha, Maule Valley Chile $23.50
Javier Maturana Lanza and his family decided the year 2010 after the great earthquake that afflicted Chile, to start a passion for the production of wines of exceptional quality, that are unique, that represent a way of life and how to keep intact the conditions where their grapes come from. This approach dictated manual work throughout the process; organic viticulture, harvesting into small 16 lb. crates, and with this unique, ancient method-produced wine, the added restriction of no added yeasts, bacteria or sulphur at first to the grapes when they are added as must and whole clusters to the clay amphorae (tinajas) for 10 months of fermentation and aging. This is old vine Grenache, over a century old. Rarely have we tasted Grenache with so delectable yet deep character! Maybe the “ancients” knew something we don’t? Lovely, full ruby color. Fresh, lively strawberry-cherry nose with raspberry ferrous notes. Solid medium body, chewy texture and juicy flavors are framed by 'crunchy' Grenache tannins, firm but not harsh, no heat or over-ripeness to finish. The amphora aging contributes to the chalky earthy notes adding extra textural depth to the wine, which is vibrant, youthful, unique and simply delicious.
Two Great Reynvaan Syrahs! VERY limited
2016 In the Hills Syrah, Walla Walla $95.50
2016 In the Rocks Syrah, Rocks District of Milton-Freewater $99.75
My recent trip (JB) out to Eastern Washington to visit wineries we are reviewing for the upcoming International Wine Review report (www.i-winereview.com) took me to Reynvaan for the first time. We have been supporters of Matt Reynvaan’s sisters’ wines, Result of a Crush, for some time, which he also makes. Reynvaan has been around a decade, and somehow, has already reached ‘cult’ status, especially for its deep-pitched Syrahs from their Stonessence Vineyard Syrah in the Rocks District. Reynvaan had the benefit of being ‘mentored’ by Christophe Baron of Cayuse, though he now clearly is his own master. Indeed, we think his wines really are that good, even given the prices. These are made in miniscule quantities, both are co-fermented with 4-5% Viognier. As indicated by these stellar 2016 vintage wines, their own Palouse-based estate vineyard (see photo) above Walla Walla and the Rocks District bottling really showcase the wonderfully savory, N. Rhone syrah-like deep flavors and spiciness that makes the Walla Walla region (on both sides of the state border!) world class for Syrah, especially. Not to be missed
2016 MATTHEWS CUVÉE Columbia Valley Reg: $45, Wow $22.50
Having a wine-bar means that we are offered some very attractive prices for more expensive and limited production wines, provided that we pour them by the glass. Winemakers really like to see their wines poured! Matthews Cuvée is one of the more stylish Bordeaux blends around, a much better wine in our opinion that their Claret. The blend is very Left Bank Bordeaux: 67% Cabernet Sauvignon, 22% Cabernet Franc, 6% Merlot… then the surprise addition of 4% Syrah and splash of Malbec. At once rich, flavorful and concentrated it also reveals a more floral, fresh and elegant side with real class and focus. Deeply colored, with very focused wild dark cherry, floral, almost violet and peony bouquet Medium full-bodied, with fine, firm tannins and solid fruit, this blend is densely structured, with a hint of cassis, earth, wild herbs and kirsch notes to the finish lending style. One of the best deals in Washington red blends you can buy, to drink now or keep 4-6 years.
And…don’t forget these flavorful Value wines
2016 Kennedy-Shah La Vie en Rose Red, Columbia Valley $16.50
NV Cava Mestres ‘1312, Penede Catalunya $16.75
2016 Selvapiana Chianti Rufina, Tuscany $18.50
2017 Domaine de Colette Beaujolais Villages $16.75
2017 Bodegas Garzón Tannat Reserve, Uruguay (new vintage!) $18.75
2017 Saint Cosme Côtes du Rhône (Syrah) $16.75
2017 Licia Albariño, Rias Baixas $14.85
December Holiday News
By: Joel ~
WoW December/Holidays newsletter
Festive Greetings to all of our loyal customers, and a welcome for those of you new to our community. This time of the year is special for so many reasons. There is no better time to obtain that special gift, see family and close friends, or enjoy a glass of fine champagne at the best prices of the year. Karen and I spend a lot of time tasting thousands of wines a year to sift through the chaff to find those fine wines that offer the best taste and value possible. Of course we cannot carry every wine, but virtually every wine we do sell reached our criteria for quality and we recommend them without hesitation, even when they get 90+ points from some wine pundit.
IF you don’t see what you are looking for, whether in person, or in our online store, let us know! We can order it if still available. Can’t think of what to get someone? Why not purchase a World of Wines Gift Certificate?
Don’t forget to check out our Library Selection of older vintages; there is nothing better than a fine mature wine that reflects positive patience (and your good taste!).
WoW Discount Policy: We offer 10% discount on 6-11 bottles purchased, and 15% off 12 or more, unless otherwise specified.
new year’s eve day we will be open until 4:30pm - join us for a fun fizz tasting 2-4pm. Pick out your celebratory favorites! $8/person, $14 couple
From Champagne to Cava, Lambrusco to Prosecco, this is the time of year to splurge and enjoy the best bubbles you can, reveling in that delightful ‘pop’ of sound when a bottle is opened and its frothy contents GLIDE INTO your glass.
These are some of our favorite choices!
Discounts: Unless otherwise noted, 10% on 6 bottles, 15% on 12+ bottles
Charles Heidsieck Brut Reserve Champagne NV Reg. 77.00, WoW $49.00
Perennially our favorite champagne for its complexity, layered flavors, toasty bouquet and creamy texture due to long aging on the yeast, and a high percentage of Reserve wines going back many vintages.
2009 Dom Perignon Brut Champagne, Reg. 225. WoW $198.50
From one of the warmest recent vintages, and all Grand Cru Pinot Noir and Chardonnay aged seven years on lees and Disgorged Spring, 2017. More floral than Krug, with ripe Pinot Noir red currant, then saline mineral notes. Less overt biscuit aromas than others. Still closed in a bit, but shows great style and fruit, with pinpoint bubbles, creamy-fresh mousse texture and typical DP finesse and definition. Needs time, though being from a ripe vintage, there is no shortage of flavor for this benchmark Tête de Cuvée (Prestige) wine. Enjoy now or over the next decade.
Krug Grand Cuvée 166th cuvee MV Brut, Reg. $261, WoW $154.50
Since 1843, the House of Krug has set a unique and unparalleled benchmark for deep, rich, toasty multi-layered champagne. This newest blend is based on 2010, but includes 140 wines dating back to 1996, and aged 7 years sur lie. THE REAL DEAL and the best value this season in Tete de Cuvée champagnes. There is nothing else like Krug Champagne!
2008 Hugues Godmé Extra Brut Grand Cru Verzenay, Reg. $84 WoW$ 66.50
A favorite of ours-fully organic farming, all Grand Cru richness from the beautiful village of Verzenay with its old windmill and classic chalk soils. Aging 9 years on the lees has resulted in a rich creamy, deeply focused champagne with length and real complexity. A superb blend of 60% Chardonnay, 40% Pinot Noir
Alain Bailly Brut Rosé Champagne, Reg. $35, WoW $26.75
Still our best value champagne with a lovely salmon-pink hue, fine Pinot Noir red berry aromas and flavors, a touch of fresh brioche toastiness in the bouquet and ripe, dry flavors to complement any holiday ham or other rich meat entrée.
2012 Cava Mestres ‘Coquet’ Brut Nature, Catalunya, WoW $ 22.85
Cava Mestres is one of the few producers in Spain whose wines elevate the reputation for Cava beyond just simple, inexpensive bubbly. This wine was aged on lees for 4 years and really shows near-champagne like depth of flavor and toasty aromas, combined with the richer fruit and easy-going flavors that mark the best wines from around Barcelona’s hills. An excellent ‘daily’ fizz, but also flavorful and complex enough to celebrate with on New Year’s Eve.
NV J. Laurens Cremant de Limoux Brut & Brut Rosé, WoW $17.50
It’s simply impossible to NOT like these two inexpensive, but complex, fresh bubblies made in SW France using the local variety, Mauzac, but importantly the champagne varieties Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. For everyday fizz, these two make for a great celebration, as well as week-night sizzle!
…and more fine and distinctive fizz! (Many more on our shelves)
2008 Champagne Veuve Clicquot Gold Label Brut VINTAGE, Reg. $106, WoW $97.50
2017 Castello di Santuario Moscato d’Asti $14.50
2017 Villa Maria Sparkling Sauvignon Blanc NZ $16.50
NV Champagne Marc Hebrart Brut Selection Vieilles Vignes, Reg. $63.00 WoW $55.75
NV Champagne Tarlant Brut Zero FR $57.75
NV Champagne Paul Dethune Grand Cru Ambonnay Brut FR $49.50
NV Roederer Carte Blanche Demi Sec Champagne (medium sweet) $46.50
NV Lini 910 Lambrusco di Sorbara (Red, dry) $16.50
1999 Bereche 1er Cru Late Disgorged Champagne (20 years sur lie!) $112.75
NV Adami Prosecco Garbel Brut 15.50/9.50 (750/375ml)
NV Gratien Meyer Cremant de Loire Rosé Brut $19.50
The Season’s Best offerings
Here are suggestions that represent our picks for exciting, fine wines you should consider for your gift giving, OR, to treat yourself! Wines that were among the best we tasted this Year.
2016 Chateau de Beaucastel Chateauneuf du Pape Reg. 118.50, WoW 104.50
From what many consider the greatest producer in this storied appellation, and from a great vintage (hyperoble intended), Beaucastel is a legendary wine from the Perrin Family for generations. The blend is a bit eccentric for the region (but typical of Beaucastel) with 30% Mourvèdre, 30% Grenache, 10% Syrah, 10% Counoise, and the rest a mix of permittedvarieties (all 14!). It means this is more densely textured, fuller-bodied, but without excess alcohol and more black pepper, spice and concentrated flavors.Mega-points from everyone who matters (especially Us!). As our friend and colleague, Jancis Robinson MW put it; “A great wine, with great pedigree – you can taste this in the sheer elegance and intensity.”
2017 Patricia Green Cellars Pinot Noir Freedom Hill Vineyard, Willamette Valley $37.50
At the least, 2017 will be remembered as the last vintage our friend Patty Green harvested grapes and made the wine in tandem with her partner Jim Anderson before her tragic passing—and oh what a joy this vintage is! Freedom Hill is one of Willamette Valley’s iconic vineyards, with Pinot Noir vines dating back to the early 1980’s. Located outside of Monmouth west of Salem, this wonderful vineyard in 2017 produced an intensely flavorful, black-fruit and deep flavored wine that truly indicates why this vineyard, and those nearby, should gain their own discrete appellation.
1985 Kopke Colheita Porto, bottled 2018, Douro Valley Portugal $79.50
Kopke is one of the oldest Port houses, founded in 1670 by Dutch merchants, and over the centuries has specialized in producing sublime aged Tawny ports, especially those of one vintage (Colheita), much of the fruit coming from their stunning Quinta San Luiz vineyard above the Douro (see photo). These are the firm’s specialty, which require immense cellars, astute, expert blending experience and a big checkbook. And yet? Wines like this with 33 years aging in oak barrels, are amazingly good value. Here is a superb Tawny from a generally declared excellent vintage. Showcasing voluptuous rich flavors, it is also elegant and sleek and shows effortless age-worthiness. Pale amber-green color. Tobacco-pepper bouquet; nutty, yet fresh. Lovely rich spicy peppery flavors with underlying plum, candied fruit, wood-spice accents. Supple, still fairly sweet, still rich with stylish subtle resin-herbal aromas. Long finish, fresh, fine sweetness yet firmer note on finish-more complete pleasure than any wine has a right to be! A splendid Port which only needs some blue cheese, a few walnuts and a big glass to help you achieve Nirvana!
2015 Pavillon de Leoville Poyferré, Saint Julien $47.50
The ‘second’ wine of the Super Second Growth Château Leoville Poyferré is anything but second in quality! Partly this is due to the excellent vintage, but the rest is due to the insightful, sensitive blending of the wine; 2/3 Cabernet Sauvignon, 1/3 Merlot with a splash of Petit Verdot, and aged for 16 months in barrel, 33% new ones. It is a terrific value in fine Bordeaux, the benchmark for Cabernet even today; dark ruby-violet color. Fine cassis-cedar aromas with dark cherry opens up with some graphite and overt oak-spice smokiness. Finely extracted, dense black fruit, graphite flavors show full weight and center, revealing deep muscularity and rich sweet fruit. Still very polished and not chunky, highlighting its pedigree, and capable of aging at least 10 years more.
2015 Francesco Boschis Dogliani Vigneto Sori San Martino DOCG, $23.50
Dogliani is a beautiful village high up that is south of the Barolo zone in Piemonte. Due to location and altitude, the only variety permitted for the DOCG appellation is Dolcetto, which reaches distinctive heights of quality and refinement here. Francesco Boschis is one of the benchmark producers and this purple-ruby colored wine shows exactly why Dogliani’s reputation is excellent. Lovely rich, fresh, wild cherry and licorice bouquet. Generous fruit with light tannins good density and finesse lead to a supple saline finish. So easy to drink, yet not wimpy, with great fruit and intensity. Really fine Dogliani made to be drunk young, ideal with any rich flavored foods where its freshness cuts through the richness.
2014 Jordan Winery Cabernet Sauvignon Alexander Valley $57.50
79% Cabernet Sauvignon, 13.7% Merlot, 5.8% Petit Verdot, 1.2% Malbec, 0.3% Cabernet Franc
Perennially, Jordan has made consistently generous wine. As Josh Green in a recent review in Wine and Spirits Magazine wrote: ““Welcoming cabernet” might seem like an oxymoron, but Jordan has always aimed for a style that’s drinkable on release. Mostly hillside and benchland cabernet, supported by petit verdot and merlot.” The Critical bit here for us is the change over the last 20 years to more gravelly, dry soils that give Cabernet the structure and lessens the green-herbal notes that older Jordans had from being grown on valley floor flood plain soils.
Recent vintages of Jordan are focused on vineyards in the gravelly soils of the valley floor in eastern Geyserville, with about 40 percent coming from hillsides that rise into the Mayacamas Mountains. Rob Davis, long winemaker at Jordan and friend said that the late great Andre Tchelistcheff, BV’s legendary winemaker for decades, told him in no uncertain terms that growing grapes on the flood plain was madness—land better suited to hay. And now, years later, the change of vineyards now allows us to happily sell Jordan…AND it now enjoys respect from the critics and of course drinkers everywhere for its more opulent fruit, supple texture and deep complex flavors. Jordan has never ‘chased’ points like other wineries, but today, critics who independently assess wines routinely do give it 90+, for what it’s worth!
2015 Fattoria Piaggia Carmignano Il Sasso DOCG, Tuscany IT $32.50
Carmignano, a charming small town west of Florence, is one of, if not the oldest “appellations” in the world. In 1716 Duke Cosimo di Medici, who had a large villa conveniently in the area, proclaimed very specific boundaries and varieties for the wines of the town, as well as for what we know now as the Chianti Classico. It is the only DOC(G) in Tuscany that actually mandates the use of Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot in the blend with Sangiovese, harking back to the period over 2-3 centuries ago when the grapes were introduced to this area by Medici family members, probably. Piaggia produces the richest yet sophisticated version of this wine being made today; a wine of class and ample power, to drink now or over the next decade.
Featured Holiday offers
holiday best Values
2015 Result of a Crush Christmas Cuvée Syrah, Walla Walla, WoW $28.75
A deliciously rich yet not overpowering Syrah perfect for greeting (or toasting!) Santa when he comes down the chimney! Seriously, the Reynvaan sisters, Amanda and Angela, working with their winemaker-brother Matt, have created a wonderful gift for the holidays with the Xmas Cuvée. The idea of the label celebrates love of the grape, and/or having a ‘crush’ on someone or something, like good wine. Indeed, the best part of this wine is its price to quality ratio. It’s a deeply flavored, rich Walla Walla and Rocks District based wine that is half the price of its competitors—a best value IMHO! Ho Ho Ho indeed! (PS- it will taste just as good after the holidays)
2017 Powers Chardonnay, Columbia VALLEY, REG: $15.00, WoW 12.25
Powers continues to impress with wines like this chardonnay which elicits comparison to bright orchard-fresh appley fruit, medium body and juicy flavors. Very good character for a very low price.
2016 Jean-Marie Royer ‘Le Petit Roy’ Vin de France, WOW $16.50
JM Royer is a well-known Chateauneuf du Pape producer, and for good reason. His wines are rich, powerful rustically classic but limited in production. Why not make a similarly expressive but affordable wine from nearby vineyards just outside Chateauneuf du Pape, and then include a soupçon of appellation fruit that didn’t quite make the cut for the CdP? This ‘Little King’ blend of Syrah, Mourvedre and Grenache is the answer! Deliciously earthy, with black berry, kirsch, strong mourvedre gamy notes, then black raspberry/anise syrah flavors kick into overdrive. good 'muscle' and Fine violet scents accent the finish as fruit comes up. A generously rich wine for enjoyment with all sorts of hearty dishes.
2016 Kennedy-Shah La Vie en Rose Red wine, Columbia Valley $16.50
Our friend and Kennedy Shah winemaker Jean Claude Beck must have had lots of fun putting this delicious blend together, given how many varieties are included: 36% Merlot 35% Cabernet Sauvignon 14% Tempranillo 8% Malbec 7% Syrah. Medium blue ruby color The overall flavors are rich yet not heavy, the fruit is somewhat earthy (that’s the syrah and tempranillo talking). The dusty, blueberry, dark cherry bouquet picks up on the Malbec, Merlot and Cab notes. Medium bodied, there is a certain ‘French’ spine of tannins, good acid and clarity which we find cuts through the attractive fruit intensity in a more restrained style which won’t tire your palate during a meal. Bravo Jean Claude!
2017 Villa Wolf Gewurztraminer, Pfalz Germany $13.50
An ideal holiday feast wine, this new vintage FROM ERNI Loosen’s Pfalz vineyards is one of the best spicy wines we have recently had; not too dry, definitely spicy and floral flavors of white pepper, red currant, pink grapefruit and incense, but without the cloying sweetness or perfumed hairspray-like smells that too many Gewurz’s have. Here’s the wine I tell my Jewish friends who go out for Chinese food on Christmas day to drink!
Special wine-related Gifts & stocking stuffers
Virtuoso Lever Screwpull with foil cutter set: $39.98
We have found this much less expensive version of the Original Lever Screwpull® from many years ago to be our best friend here at WoW. Removing the capsule with the foil cutter, the double action corkscrew (we can show you how easy it is to use!) quickly removes the cork. The teflon®-lined worm slides easily into a cork, and takes a lot wear, too. The key components are metal, so won’t break so easily as similar lever-types made of plastic. A great gift for those who want to take out much of the hassle of opening a bottle.
Affordable one bottle ($20.50) and two bottle/magnum ($27.50) decanters
Both glass decanters are in this shape, and the Magnum size has a lovely glass stopper with a chrome neckband.
Jetsetter TSA approved waiter’s Corkscrew (no blade, with built in foil cutter $10.75
Jeeves Ah-so twin prong cork extractor (great for removing old corks) $5.95
Cone Bottle Stoppers (two pack) $6.28
Wine Thermometer $14.99
Double hinge Waiter’s Corkscrew with knife $7.99
Library Wines—Distinctive & Rare Wines at maturity, the finest gift for that special wine-lover in your life!
1997 Paul Jaboulet Hermitage La Chapelle 1.5L $275.00
1986 BV Georges de Latour Cabernet Sauvignon Rutherford/Napa $155
1999 Ch. Duhart-Milon Rothschild, 4eme grand Cru Classé Pauillac 1.5L $155
1996 Ch. Duhart-Milon Rothschild, 4eme grand Cru Classé Pauillac , 3L $400
2001 Costanti Brunello di Montalcino Riserva 1.5L $310
2004 Clos de Caillou Chatauneuf du Pape Reserve $165.99
2000 Gusto di Notri Toscana Rosso $119.99
2005 Vincent Girardin Corton Bressandes Grand Cru 1.5L 184.75
2001 Ch. Latour 1er Grand Cru Classé Pauillac $475
2003 Ch Margaux 1er Grand Cru Classé Margaux $920.99
2000 Ch Margaux 1er Grand Cru Classé Margaux $1425.99
2006 Ch Margaux 1er Grand Cru Classé Margaux $562.99
1998 Ch Lafite Rothschild 1er Grand Cru Classé PAUILLAC $1300.99
2000 Ch Ste Michelle/Dr Loosen Eroica Riesling, Individual Berry Select (TBA) 375ml 189.99
2006 Cain Five Estate Red, Spring Mountain/napa $138.50
1997 Ojai Pisoni Vineyard Pinot Noir, Sta. Lucia Highlands CA 1.5L $185
2005 Marques de Murrieta Castillo Ygay Rioja Gran Reserva Especial $86.50
2005 Bouchard Pere Chevalier Montrachet Grand Cru $585.99
1997 Dal Forno Recioto di Valpolicella 375ml $286.99
1994 Quinta do Vesuvio Vintage Porto $112.50
2005 CVNE Imperial Rioja Gran Reserva $85.50
2005 Bergstrom Pinot NOIR Bergstrom Vineyard, Chehalem Mountain 1.5L $130
Unusual and Delicious Stickies
Perhaps the best time of the year to enjoy delicious luscious Dessert wines. the winter months are ideal for enjoying these great, often rare, certainly unique wines. until you have had one of these, never say you don’t like sweet wines!
1949 Ch. Ste. Michel Muscat de Rivesaltes $106.50
2009 Fattoria San Felice Vin Santo Toscana 375ML $26.75
2015 Donnafugata Ben Ryé Passito di Pantelleria (Muscat) 375ml $45.50
2015 Monte Zovo Recioto di Valpolicella 375ml $36.75
2003 Ch. Rabaud Promis 1er Grand Sauternes $48.75
2017 Kiona Chenin Blanc Ice Wine, Red Mountain 375ml $37.75
2009 Ch Pazjos 5 puttonos Tokaji Azsu 500ml $57.75
2011 Artimino Vin Santo di Carmignano 375ml $26.25
2003 Smith Woodhouse Classic Late Bottled Vintage Porto $36.75
1998 Kopke Colheita tawny Porto, bottled 2018 375ml $27.50
2015 Quinta do Vesuvio Vintage Porto $83.75
NV TAYLOR Cordova Kosher Ruby Porto $44.75