Rick's Picks - Collectable Wines -

Criteria for Collectable (Memorable) Wine of the Month:

What's hot right now that I recommend buying for future drinking . You'll read about these in my future wine journals and say - wow, I should have bought some/more of that back then!

Available now - just released and/or in sufficient quantity to be obtainable
Brand recognition to have trading value or serving panache in the future
Cellar - Wine to set aside for future drinking that will likely improve with age
Delicious
Economy - wine that is reasonable value for the price or.
 expected to be a memorable wine for the money.

 
Sept  2010 

Caymus Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 2008

Caymus
Napa Valley
Cabernet Sauvignon
2008

Caymus stood out as most approachable, velvety smooth and ready to drink in a best of California tasting. RM 93.

93 points Wine Spectator: "Open fruit, rich, lush and layered, serving up a complex mix of plum, blackberry, black licorice and spices. Full-bodied and supple-textured, ending with a long, persistent finish that keeps repeating the core flavor themes. Drink now through 2018."

 
 Best drinking at wine tasting of top ranked Cal cabs.
Aug  2010 
Chateau Larmande St Emilion 2005 Chateau Larmande
Bordeaux
St Emilion
2005
Merlot 65%, 30% Cabernet Franc, 5% Cabernet Sauvignon
July 24, 2010 - Chateau Larmande Grand Cru Classe St Emilion 2005: RM 91- My best of tasting pick from an earlier Bordeaux flight tasting. Medium bodied, floral perfume, flavorful red berry, plum fruits, subtle spice, cherry-cranberry, nice texture and an appealing moderately firm grip of tannin in the finish. A great '05 Bordeaux for drinking in the near-term; a great value for such an elegant wine. 

The 2005 Bordeaux vintage was so good that even 'lesser'  labels were outstanding - if you call a Grand Cru Classe a lesser label.
92 points Wine Spectator: "Aromas of ripe fruit, coffee bean and sweet tobacco follow through to a full body, with velvety tannins and a long, balanced finish. Rich and layered. Best after 2013." (03/08)
http://www.cellartracker.com/wine.asp?iWine=351693
This wine retails for as high as $40 but can be found for as low as $26. Its as good as many wines selling for 2-3X that price.
NOTE - The 2009 vintage is rated WS 92-95 and is selling at futures for $27.
July  2010 

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Hall
Napa Valley
Cabernet Sauvignon
2006
July 31, 2010 - October 8, 2010 -
Hall Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2006
- RM 93 WS94 - Dark inky color, rich, dense, concentrated, style, full-bodied, fruit forward ripe sweet currant, ripe black raspberry, plum, black cherry fruits, mocha and hints of black licorice with a long soft tannin finish. Has the rich thick jammy fruit of a south Australian Shiraz. Follow-on Estate wine to the big Kathryn Hall top label also recommended from the same vintage below.
 
 Great  value at $40
May 2010 

Robert Craig Mt Veeder Cabernet Sauvignon 2007

Robert Craig
Mt Veeder
Napa Valley
Cabernet Sauvignon
2007
May 27, 2010 - 2007 is turning out to be a remarkable year for Robert Craig - Could this be the best Robert Craig Mt Veeder ever? The 2007 (RM 94) is huge - firm tannins are very refined and hence very approachable - not overpowering - not for the feint of heart however! The huge forward fruits stood up to the tannins sufficiently to render this a delicious extremely enjoyable wine.  The winemaker notes sum it up perfectly - "Intense, gorgeous aromas of blackberry and black currant followed by dark chocolate, vanilla bean and creme de cassis. Flavors: An explosion of juicy, rich Mt. Veeder black fruit underlain with more cassis, pencil lead, cocoa, and cedar.
Finish: A huge concentration of fruit flows through on the palate, enlivened by bracing acidity and enveloped in refined, sweet mountain tannins." 83% Cabernet Sauvignon 17% Merlot
 
 Great  value at $56
April 2010 

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Kathryn Hall
Napa Valley
Cabernet Sauvignon
2006
March 18, 2010 - Hall Cabernet Sauvignon Kathryn Hall Napa Valley 2006 - RM 93 - WS 96 - BIG cab - full bodied - forward big fruit filled, firm, silky smooth polished black berry, red raspberry, hint of cedar, with full well integrated tannins on a long vanilla finish.
 
 Great  wine to drink or hold.
March 2010 

Robert Craig Affinity Cabernet Sauvignon 2007

Robert Craig
Affinity
Napa Valley
Cabernet Sauvignon Blend
2007
March 26, 2010 - RP 96 - RM 93 - Just received release shipment from the winery. Shows wonderful black and blue berry fruits, complex, polished, velvety well integrated smooth silky tannins on a big long soft finish. Best Affinity ever of this perennial  great value reliable favorite.
 
 Great  value at $48
January 2010 

Chappellet Signature Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2006

Chappellet
Pritchard Hill
Napa Valley
Cabernet Sauvignon
2006
 
 
 Great  value at $45
July  2008

Flinders Run Shiraz 2005 Label on Rick's WineSite

Flinders Run
South Flinders Ranges
Baroota
Australia
Shiraz
2005
RM 93; RP 95; WS 91; IWC 92 - $36 - Dark inky colour. Full bodied, mouth-full of  elegant rich symphony of flavors of sweet currant, pepper, vanilla, spice, red raspberry, blueberry and a lingering essence of creme brulee' and cedar on the soft finish. 
 Incredible value at $30
March 2008

Keenan Winery Spring Mountain Mailbox Reserve Merlot 2004 label

Keenan Winery
Napa Valley
Spring Mountain
Mailbox Vineyard
Reserve Merlot
The Wine Advocate, Issue # 174, December 28, 2007 -  92 Points “An outstanding effort, the 2005 Merlot Reserve Mailbox Vineyard retains the elegant style, but ratchets up the level of concentration and complexity. A fragrant, red currant, sweet cherry, roasted herb, and mocha-infused nose is followed by a full-bodied wine with lovely elegance, finesse, sweet tannins, and long, layered fruit flavors that cascade over the palate with no hard edges. It should drink well for 10-12 years.”
 $60
January 2008

Groth Cabernet Sauvignon 2004 label

Groth Vineyards
Napa Valley
Oakville
Cabernet Sauvignon
2004
January 16, 2008 - RM 93 - Wow, this is good! Full forward fruit filled, lush, delicious now. Loads of ripe berry, plum, raspberry and currant flavors. Get some and you will be rewarded now and wish later you had bought more! 87% cabernet 13% merlotTasted w/ JK and LC at Delmonico's in Tysons Corner.
 $45.
 
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December 2007

Hazy Blur  
South Australia
Baroota
Syrah
2004
RM93 RP91 WS91- $38. Deep dark purple colour. Rich dense full flavored vanilla bean accented by currant, plum and black raspberry, and a hint of cola and mocha on the full flavored finish.
$38
November 2007

Fantesca Estate Winery
Spring Mountain
Napa Valley
Cabernet Sauvignon
2004
November 15, 2007 -    RM 94 - Wow! Pre release tasting from the barrel at the winery. Best yet from this new label and producers - Duane and Susan Hoff and their Spring Mountain property Fantesca Estate Winery. Full forward fruit flavor of black currant, ripe black raspberry, plum, spice, a hint of caramel, vanilla, smoke - all accented by silky, velvety full and firm yet very approachable tannins that are seamlessly integrated and long on the finish. Aged in  moderate toast 70-80 new French Oak. Delicious wine. Tasted with AJ, producer Duane Hoff at the winery from the barrel.. Only 800 cases produced. Their winemakers are Kirk and Nils Venge whom we visited during our Napa trips. Get it while you can at www.fantesca.com
October 2007

Robert Mondavi Oakville Cabernet 2004 Label

Robert Mondavi
Napa Valley
Oakville
Cabernet Sauvignon
2004
November 10, 2007 - Here come the 2004 Napa Cab's - a spectacular vintage for some - worth checking out. WS 93 RM 92 -Firm tannins prevail from beginning throughout the long finish - strong currant, berry and raspberry with cedar tones. 
$39-45
 
October 2006

John Duvall
'Entity'
Barossa Valley
Shiraz
2004
RP 95 RM 93 WS 92 - $34 - Delicious. Medium bodied, easy drinking sweet creme brulee' with that burnt sugar and vanilla taste intermixed with plum, red raspberry laced with camphor on the long smooth finish. Tastes like the Marquis Phillips '9' that I touted so highly back in the 2001-2002 vintages. November 17, 2006
 
September 2006

Fantesca Estate Winery
Spring Mountain
Napa Valley
Cabernet Sauvignon
2002
Sept 20, 2006 -    RM 94 W&S 94, WS 91, WA 90 - Wow! Fabulous first release from this new label and producers - Duane and Susan Hoff and their Spring Mountain property Fantesca Estate Winery. Wonderful full aromas of fruit, floral, vanilla, and a hint of smoke and eucalyptus. Burst of flavor of black currant, ripe black raspberry, plum, spice, a hint of caramel, vanilla, smoke - all accented by silky, velvety full and firm yet very approachable tannins that are seamlessly integrated and long on the finish. Aged in  moderate toast 70-80 new French Oak. Delicious wine. Tasted with producer Duane Hoff on his inaugural launch release marketing tour stop in Chicago. Only 800 cases produced. Their winemakers are Kirk and Nils Venge whom we visited during our Napa trips. Get it while you can at www.fantesca.com
 
August 2006

Chateau Pontet Canet
Pauillac
Bordeaux
2005
Berry Bros & Rudd report. Owner Alfred Tesseron has produced an utterly extraordinary wine in 2005. The verdict was unanimous amongst our buying team: it was without question the best Pontet-Canet anyone could ever remember tasting. With incredible silky tannins, and perfect balance, this has everything you could ever want from a wine. Creamy strawberries and blackberries, great structure and an incredibly precise shape, lead to a spellbounding finish that makes your tongue tingle. Tasting this wine is one of those experiences where you wonder how a few grapes can be transformed into such an elixir. Unmissable. Drink 2020-2050. Parker Score: 94-96/100.  Berrys Score: 19.5/20.
 
 
July 2006

Cloud View
Pritchard Hill
Napa Valley
Red Wine
2002
RM 93 - $55 -  Full bodied, firm, nose and  mouth-full of white pepper, licorice, dark chocolate, sweet red currant, and black raspberry with firm long tannins on the finish. 52% Cabernet Sauvignon, 48% Merlot. November 6. 2006
 
May 2006
Hazy Blur
Baroota
Shiraz
2004
RM93 RP91 WS91- $38. Deep dark purple colour. Rich dense full flavored vanilla bean accented by currant, plum and black raspberry, and a hint of cola and mocha on the full flavored finish. Tasted w/ L, Bill C., and Jeff M. at Emeril's at Universal Studios in Orlando (click for Rick's DineSite Review).
 
April 2006

Kilikanoon
  Clare Valley
  Oracle
  Shiraz
  2003
  $65
May 6, 2006 - RP 98 JH 96 RM 95 - Spectacular. Dark inky colour with garnet rim. Full bouquet and flavors of currant, sweet plum, af vanilla and sweet oak - smooth, silky, chewy but polished - the currant 'Dentyne' flavor lingers with a long full subtle smoky cedar full tannin finish.
March 2006

Spring Valley Vineyard
Uriah
Red Blend
Walla Walla, Washington State
2003
March 30, 2006 RM 91 - $42 - Smooth polished and nicely balanced, easy but elegant drinking wine - featuring aromas and tastes of raisiny currant, sweet plum, a hint of red cherry and milky chocolate with a smooth silky firm tannin finish. Blend of  77% Merlot, 22% Cabernet Franc and 1% Petit Verdot. Named for and pictured on the label, Uriah Corkrum, grandfather of producer Shari Corkrum Derby, who began farming the area in the 1880's and acquired the Spring Valley land in 1910. Tasted w/ Bill C at home.
February 2006

Mr. Riggs McLaren Vale Shiraz 2002

Mr Riggs
McLaren Vale
Shiraz
2004
Feb 14, 2006 - RM 94 RP 95 RP review - Drink 2005-2012. The blockbuster 2004 Shiraz was aged 18 months in French oak (40% new). It is a wine of great intensity, with an opaque purple color as well as a gorgeous nose of camphor, graphite, blackberries, tar, and charcoal. Rich, super-pure fruit cascades over the palate of this opaque purple-colored, full-bodied, voluptuously-textured Shiraz. Consume it over the next 6-7 years. RM - Deep dark purple - big nose; huge full bodied mouthful of layers of currant and blackberry with a moderating red raspberry/vanilla on the long long full finish.
January 2006

Chateau St Jean

Sonoma Valley
Cinq Cepages (Five Flavors)
Red Blend
2001
Jan 21, 2006 -  RM 94 - Complex, polished, elegant, smooth, full bodied, currant flavor with subtle vanilla, plum and essence of mocha on the finish.
November 2005

Viader
Appellation: Nape Valley Howell Mountain
Estate Red
Varieties:  Cabernet Sauvignon 51%, Cabernet Franc 49%
2002  
 Notes: Scents and flavors of that classic Howell Mountain terrior sweet currant, black cherry, raspberry and hints of plum and  mocha with a long smooth polished finish. Delicious. RM Rating 94
July 2005

Domaine Serene
Evenstad Vineyard
Willamette Valley, Oregon
Pinot Noir
2001
$48-$58
Deep purple colour - fragrance and taste of full rich sweet currant fruit, raspberry, strawberry, caramel, cola and sweet oak and spice with a long finely integrated balanced tannic finish. Delicious. RM 93 WS 92
June 2005

Etude
Napa Valley
Cabernet Sauvignon
2001

$69-49
Delicious mouthfull of currant and black cherry with tones of sweet creme brulee and cotton candy and a pleasant balanced finish. Bill at Binny's GE was right to recommend this as one of his favorites. Yah boy! Only a slight bit of roughness on the finish detracts from an otherwise superb effort which will likely soften and settle with some age. WE 95 RM 93
May 2005

2001 Ch. Rieussec, Sauternes

Producer
Ch. Rieussec
Region/Appellation:
Sauternes
Vintage/Wine:
 
Price:

$100

A monumental effort, the 2001 Rieussec boasts a light to medium gold color in addition to a fabulous perfume of honeysuckle, smoky oak, caramelized tropical fruits, creme brulee, and Grand Marnier. The wine is massive and full-bodied yet neither over the top nor heavy because of good acidity. With intense botrytis as well as a 70-75-second finish, this amazing Sauternes will be its apogee between 2010-2035." 99/100 points. (Robert Parker - Wine Advocate - Jun-2004)
March 2005
Producer RP 97 RM 94 Wow. Reminiscent of my reviews of Marquis Phillips '9', but on steroids. No wonder since Sparky Marquis is also the winemaker of this monstrous wine as well. Dark, full, thick extracted fruit - huge mouth-full of currant and blackberry gives way to caramel and creme brulee burnt sugar with a smoky sweet oak and vanilla finish. See what Robert Parker says about this bomb. - "The 2002 Shiraz Reserve tastes like a dry vintage port. It may be too much for those with a European palate (but then, I’m a Francophile with a European-styled palate and I loved it). It is flamboyant, extraordinarily rich, full-bodied, and intense, with gobs of blackberry and currant fruit backed up by extravagant levels of glycerin. The oak is largely concealed by the magnificent wealth of fruit. This is classic Australian Shiraz at its finest and is not duplicated anywhere else in the world, so enjoy it for what it is. It should drink well for a decade. 97 points, The Wine Advocate. I bought this wine out of state upon release before it was rated. Nice surprise when I went to pick it up eighteen months later after the RP rating and the price had nearly doubled.
Henry's Drive
Region/Appellation:
Padthaway Reserve
Vintage/Wine:
Shiraz
2002

$55-95

 
December 2004

Producer

Tiatiarra

Region/Appellation:

Barossa

Vintage/Wine:

Heathcote Shiraz Pressings 2003

Price:

$69

RP 94-96 RM 94 - Very much in the same style and flavors as the Elderton Command below but softer and more round and therefore more approachable. Delicious. Full forward currant blackberry plum and a hint of burnt sugar cognac on the long balanced sweet French oak finish.
November 2004   WS Review -

Producer:

Elderton

Region/Appellation:

Barossa  Valley, Australia

Vintage/Wine:

Command Shiraz 2000

Price:

$66

WS 97  -  Big and powerful, brimming with tarry, spicy black cherry, dark plum, blackberry and chocolate flavors. Rich and gooey like a warm flourless chocolate cake, yet it finds a plush balance that keeps it from veering off into heaviness. This has grace, harmony and refinement, without losing an ounce of power. Drink now through 2025. RM 92 - UNCLE. I actually found this almost too much forward-in-your-face fruit; Bam - powerful. Wow. Intense currant, blackberry, plum with a full richness almost tasting of cognac giving way to a smoky tar lingering finish. I wonder what this will be like in 15-20 years!I hope to find out.
October 2004 Review from WIne Advocate:

Producer:

Quilceda Creek

Region/Appellation:

Columbia Valley, Washington

Vintage/Wine:

2001 Cabernet Sauvignon

Price:

$90

The dark ruby-colored 2001 Cabernet Sauvignon (3,150 cases) contains 3% Cabernet Franc. This spectacular wine explodes from the glass with loads of flowers (mostly violets), cassis, black cherries, blackberries, and underlying fresh herbs. Feeling like liquid satin on the palate, it is broad, densely-packed, and has stupendous depth. A refined effort, its medium to full-bodied personality is crammed with highly-detailed black fruits and loads of exquisitely ripe tannin. In addition, the taster has the distinct feeling that this wine is holding much of its fruit in reserve...This blockbuster has it all. Projected maturity: 2007-2018.  Rating 98+. Pierre-Antoine Rovani, Robert M. Parker, Jr.’s The Wine Advocate
September 2004
Producer: Classic wine from classic vintages - 2000 got a WS rating of 96 - The 2003 vintage shows great promise selectively - See WS review - "Very rich and decadent style to this. Full-bodied, with velvety tannins and a delicious finish. Flashy wine. Long and seductive. May be even better in bottle. Score range: 92-94 (JS)"  - WS 2000 review - "Gorgeous aromas of plums, blackberries and licorice, with hints of mineral. Full-bodied, with full, silky tannins and a long, long finish. Big and solid. Fantastic. If you love Lynch, you won't be disappointed. Best after 2010. 35,000 cases made. (JS)"

Chateau Lynch Bages

Region/Appellation:

Pauillac Bordeaux

Vintage:

2000, 2003

Price:

$90-110

August 2004

Producer: Comments: From BBR

Chateau Montrose

If ever there was any doubt that the wines of St Estèphe had triumphed in 2003 then a taste of this magnificent wine immediately put the record straight. A wonderful nose of ripe, pure Cabernet Sauvignon with layers of spicy oak introduces a palate that is at once intense, multi-dimensional, loaded with minerals, black cherries, firm acidity and powerful tannins, all singing in perfect harmony. This is definitely a contender for wine of the vintage and possibly the best Montrose ever made, surpassing its 2000 and possibly even its legendary 1990. Drink 2012-2040. BBR Rating 19/20

Wine:

2ème Cru Classé

Region/Appellation:

St Estephe, Bordeaux

Vintage:

2003

Price:
 
Another 2003 Bordeaux Comments: From BBR

Producer:

This majestic Rieussec provides further proof, if any were needed, of the fantastic quality of the sumptuous 2003 Sauternes. This also restores this noble estate, owned by the Rothschild family (from the Lafite line), to its position behind only Ch. d’Yquem in the Sauternes hierarchy. Tingling aromas of pineapple, honey and lemon are replicated on the phenomenally concentrated and powerful palate, lifted by fresh acidity, and enhanced by a cornucopia of flavours: dried apricots, dates and tangerines and hints of ginger. A monstrously impressive wine in every sense. Drink 2010-2035 BBR Rating - 18.5/20

Chateau Rieussec

Wine:

1er Cru Classé

Region/Appellation:

Sauterne Bordeaux

Vintage:

2003

July 2004

Producer: Comments:

Rudd

The 2001 Cabernet Sauvignon Estate Grown (2,150 cases of 85% Cabernet Sauvignon and 15% Cabernet Franc) is spectacular. An inky/purple color is accompanied by aromas of espresso roast, melted fudge, blackberries, currants, and smoke. Rich, with great intensity, tremendous purity, an opulent, full-bodied mouthfeel, and good underlying tannin as well as freshness, it should drink well for 12-15 years. - Robert Parker Score 95
Wine:

Cabernet Sauvignon

Region/Appellation:

Oakville Napa Valley

Vintage:

2001

Price:

$65

June 2004

Producer: Comments:

Domaine Chevalier

Here's a 2000 Bordeaux that provides quality drinking and aging ability without breaking the bank.
Region/Appellation:

Graves Bordeaux

Vintage:

2000

Price: 

 $40

May 2004

Producer: Comments:

Darioush

Wonderful complex nose with full forward currant fruit complemented by luscious juicy berry fruit. Incredibly smooth, balanced and polished with nicely integrated tannin finish. Rating: RM 94
Wine:

Signature Cabernet

Region/Appellation:

Napa Valley

Vintage:

2001

Price: 

 $65

April  2004

Rosemount Balmoral

Producer:

Rosemount

Wine:

Balmoral

Region/Appellation:

McLaren Vale Australia

Vintage

2000

Price: 

$36

Comments:
WS 93. This is one of my perennial favorites going back ten years. Made from grapes grown on 50-100 year old vineyards, this McLaren Vale classic is matured nearly two years in new American oak prior to bottling. The richly textured fruit and deep, velvety tannins interweave beautifully into a long, harmonious finish. 15 years plus cellaring potential.
 
March  2004 Comments:

Producer: RP gave this a 98 rating. Dead Arm is known for rich ripe full forward fruit. The 2001 vintage is especially full and rich and fruitfilled.

RP98" ...One of the greatest examples of this cuvee.  Its dense black/purple color is accompanied  by celestial aromas of melted licorice, graphite, blackberries, cassis incense, anise, and toasty oak. Fabulously concentrated. Drink 2008-2033.

d'Arenberg

Wine:

Dead Arm Shiraz

Region/Appellation:

McLaren Vale Australia

Vintage:

2001

Price:

$65

February 2004
Clos du Marquis St Julien Bordeaux Producer: 2000 Bordeaux - a classic collectable vintage. WS sums it up in their review - "The nose shows loads of plum, spice and meat aromas, as well as hints of licorice. It's full-bodied, with firm, yet velvety textured tannins. It's big and rounded. If you can't afford Las Cases, try some of this. Some might call this a second wine, but it comes from a plot of vineyards not deemed worthy of Léoville Las Cases. So it's like its own estate. Best after 2009. 20,000 cases made. (JS)" WS rating 94 - Smart Buy

Leoville Las Cases

Wine:

Clos du Marquis

Region/Appellation:

St. Julien, Bordeaux

Vintage:

2000

Price:

$30

January 2004 Rating/comments:
  Producer: 96 points Robert Parker Jr - Racheting up the level of concentration, intensity, flamboyance as well as structure is the 2001 Shiraz Old Bastard. Although expensive, it is produced from 110-year old vines, and represents one of the great classics from Barossa. When compared to the price of a wine such as Penfolds Grange, it is a reasonably good bargain. The inky purple color is accompanied by gorgeous aromas of smoke, camphor, melted licorice, blackberries, cherries, and flowers. Dense, rich, and full-bodied with the wood well-concealed beneath spectacular concentration and extract, there is not a hard edge to be found in this old vine Barossa Shiraz. Anticipated maturity: 2005-2018.

Kaesler

Wine:

Old Bastard

Region/Appellation:

Barossa Valley Australia

Vintage:

2001

Price:

$109

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