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2010 Castello di Ama Chianti Classico San Lorenzo Gran Selezione

Region: Italy > Tuscany
Grape type: Sangiovese

In the mid-1990s, recognizing the global trend towards richer, weightier, and more voluptuous red wines, a handful of the most inventive winegrowers in Chianti Classico resolved to take a run at Brunello.

The new "Super-Riserva" class of Gran Selezione wines was released to much fanfare across the globe, and the 2010 Castello di Ama "San Lorenzo" Gran Selezione has the winegrowing elite of Montalcino shaking in their Tuscan boots! read more »

Price: $43.99 You save: $14.01 (24%)

2012 Rockledge Vineyards Pinot Noir Terres Blanches Russian River Valley

Region: California > Sonoma > Russian River Valley
Grape type: Pinot Noir

How to explain the 2012 Rockledge Pinot Noir "Terres Blanches" — drawn entirely off one of the most precious plantings in Russian River and released at $42/bottle — being offered today at just $16.99? Easy. Neither Napa Valley nor Russian River had ever seen back-to-back harvests of such size and quality as 2012 and 2013. Rockledge, like a number of other top Russian River producers (stay tuned), found itself with superb wine, but quite literally no place to put it.

$42 on release. $16.99 for a short while this morning. 200 cases. Sorry in advance. read more »

Price: $16.99 You save: $28.01 (62%)

2007 Xavier Vignon Chateauneuf-du-Pape Cuvee Anonyme

Region: France > Rhone > Chateauneuf du Pape
Grape type: Rhone Blend

When the 2007 "Anonyme" was first shipped to WineAccess, there were just over 1.34 dollars to the euro. But since then, the dollar has surged, picking up nearly 6% on its European rival. The euro price paid for the 2007 "Anonyme" hasn't changed, but the dollar equivalent has. As always, those savings land in our membership's pockets!

The 2012 WineAccess Wine of the Year was released at $75/bottle, before climbing to $90 on the heels of the Parker review. The last of our 2009 allocation just hit port. Just $42.29 this morning, thanks to the rebounding greenback. read more »

Price: $42.29 You save: $47.71 (53%)

2009 Attilio Ghisolfi Barolo Bussia

Region: Italy > Piedmont
Grape type: Nebbiolo

The 2009 Ghisolfi Barolo "Bussia" is gorgeous, one of the finest examples from that hot summer on the limestone soils of Monforte. Big, sweet, yet tightly wound on the palate, slowly peeling away fine layers of wild-berry richness, finishing with the fine, dusty tannins that so typify the great Barolos of Monforte. Drink now for its primary-fruit ripeness or lay down until the early 2020s.

A whopping 94 points from Wine Spectator. $62 on release. Just $34.99 for one of the great Piedmontese bargains of the hot summer of 2009.
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Price: $34.99 You save: $27.01 (44%)

2011 Ottimino Zinfandel Biglieri Vineyard Dry Creek

Region: California > Sonoma > Dry Creek Valley
Grape type: Zinfandel

Biglieri's Zinfandel patch sits at the southern tip of the Dry Creek Valley AVA, where the Russian River wields a cooling influence. Bill Knuttel knew his chances were little or none. Still, every spring, Knuttel took the familiar drive down Highway 101 to shoot the breeze with the Zin legend, until he finally struck a deal.

$38 at the winery. $21.99 today. 1,200 bottles are up for grabs. NOT to be missed by Zin enthusiasts!
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Price: $21.99 You save: $16.01 (42%)

2012 Chehalem Pinot Noir Estate Three Vineyard Willamette Valley

Region: Oregon > Willamette Valley
Grape type: Pinot Noir

If you buy just one under-$30 Oregon Pinot Noir from what many are calling Willamette Valley's "first 100-point vintage," this is it.

Rich, juicy, and bold on the attack, Chehalem's 2012 "Three Vineyard" shows off the kind of broadness and density rarely seen in Oregon Pinot Noir. The core is massively concentrated, packed with a sexy mix of crushed red fruit and wild-strawberry preserves, all the natural opulence of this historic vintage buttressed by excellent, high-toned backbone.

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Price: $25.99 You save: $10.01 (28%)

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