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Welcome to our online wine store, where you can find most of the nearly 8000 bottles of wine from every major growing region in the world that we have in stock, including the most extensive collection of Organic & Biodynamic wines anywhere. Scroll through our online wine selection below, and click on the image of the wine of your choice for more information, including a review and wine facts, or click on "Add to Cart" to add the wine to your shopping cart and have it delivered to your front door! We strive to maintain the very best selection possible in the state of Colorado. For special orders or other questions please contact our Wine Department at 303.449.3374.

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  1. Mas de Boislauzon Chateauneuf du Pape TinTot Rouge

    Mas de Boislauzon Chateauneuf du Pape TinTot Rouge

    96 points, Robert Parker, Wine Advocate
    "The 2010 Chateauneuf du Pape Le Tintot (100% Mourvedre) comes close to equaling Manfred Krankl and Philippe Cambie's debut release of Chimere, which is also virtually all Mourvedre. If you can not find Chimere on retailers' shelves, check out the 2010 Le Tintot as there are about 2,000 bottles produced. An amazing expression of fully ripe Mourvedre, it offers up notes of steak tartare, porcini mushrooms, blueberries, blackberries, charcoal and camphor. Incredibly dense and full-bodied with no hard edges (noteworthy for a 100% Mourvedre cuvee), this stunning wine needs 5-6 years of cellaring, and should keep for 40+ years." Learn More

  2. Lignier Clos de la Roche Grand Cru

    Lignier Clos de la Roche Grand Cru

    93-95+ points Antonio Galloni, Wine Advocate
    The 2010 Clos de la Roche boasts a deep exotic bouquet and tons of fruit, all supported by intense tannins and a broad-shouldered frame. Layers of insistent minerality support the long, saline finish. Simply put, all of the elements are in the right place. The only thing this needs is time, and likely lots of it. The Clos de la Roche is made from two parcels. Anticipated maturity: 2025-2045." Learn More

  3. J Phelps Insignia 08

    J Phelps Insignia 08

    95 points Robert Parker, Wine Advocate
    "The 2008 Insignia, a blend of 89% Cabernet Sauvignon, 7% Petit Verdot and 4% Merlot that achieved 14.7% natural alcohol, is one of the more abundant vintages as there were 16,650 cases produced. Aged 24 months in new French oak, all from estate vineyards in Rutherford, St. Helena, Stags Leap and Oak Knoll, it exhibits a beautiful opaque purple color along with a sumptuous bouquet of creme de cassis, incense, forest floor, spring flowers, blueberries and subtle new oak. It possesses sweet tannins and cuts a full-bodied swath across the palate. Given this cuvee's history, the 2008 should age for 30 or more years. " Learn More

  4. Graham's Vintage Port 2011

    Graham's Vintage Port 2011

    95-97 points Neal Martin, Wine Advocate
    "The 2011 Graham's comes from the five quintas that have been the source for many years (Malvedos, Tua, Vila Velha, das Lages and Vale de Malhadas). It represents a selection of the 131 pipes from a total production of 1,454 and is a blend of 40% Touriga Nacional, 31% Touriga Franca, 6% Sousao and 23% mixture of very old vines. It has a more serious bouquet compared to the Dow, with beguiling scents of blackberry, wild hedgerow, tobacco and cloves. Straight-laced, very well-defined and compelling, the palate is medium-bodied with very fine tannins and supremely well-judged acidity. It is utterly harmonious, with a pure core of ripe black cherries, damson, marmalade, clove and spices, and the finish lingers long in the mouth." Learn More

  5. Clos Des Papes Chateauneuf Du Pape Rouge

    Clos Des Papes Chateauneuf Du Pape Rouge

    95-98 points, Jeb Dunnuck, Wine Advocate:
    "Tasted from multiple foudres, the 2012 Chateauneuf du Pape is stunning! Showing surprising depth and concentration in the vintage, with full-bodied richness and texture, all of the samples showed perfumed, complex aromatics, fantastic mid-palates and serious back-end structure. Less forward than the 2011, with plenty of oomph, it will most likely require short-term cellaring to come around, and have a broad drink window." Learn More

  6. Cheval des Andes

    Cheval des Andes

    96 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate! "The 2006 Cheval des Andes was bottled in early 2008 but has not yet been released. The 2006 vintage is superb throughout Mendoza and this wine, as in many other bodegas I visited in April 2008, shows off the extra dimension of complexity made possible in an exceptional year. The wine is composed entirely of Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon. It is a bit more saturated than the 2005 with a splendid perfume of pain grille, mineral, espresso, black cherry, and black raspberry that leaps from the glass. More opulent and layered than the 2005, it also conceals a bit more structure. The finish seems to go on and on. Drink it from 2015 to 2035. Cheval des Andes is owned by the legendary Saint-Emilion producer, Chateau Cheval Blanc. The wine is sourced from their 50 hectare estate vineyard planted on its own roots in 1929. The first vintage was 1999 and over time the wine has evolved into having a majority of Malbec in the blend. New oak is used for the Cabernet component and one-year-old barrels for the Malbec. Altogether the wine spends 18 months in cask." -Jay Miller (Dec. 2008) Learn More

  7. Cheval Blanc St-Emilion 2010

    Cheval Blanc St-Emilion 2010

    100 points Robert Parker, Wine Advocate
    "The 2010 is one of the most impressive two-year-old Cheval Blancs I have tasted in 34 years in this profession. The final blend of 54% Cabernet Franc and 46% Merlot has the tell-tale berry/floral nose with subtle hints of menthol, blueberry, raspberry and flowers in addition to some forest floor and a delicate touch of lead pencil shavings. The wine exhibits more structure and density than it did from barrel, and it was already remarkable then. The foresty/floral notes seem to linger and linger in this surprisingly full-bodied, powerful Cheval Blanc, yet it possesses a very healthy pH that should ensure enormous longevity. Dense purple in color, and a bigger, richer wine than usual, this is one Cheval Blanc that will probably need a decade of cellaring. I like the description from the estate's administrator, Pierre Lurton, who said it tasted like liquid cashmere, a perfect expression, despite the wine's structure and intensity. This is another 50-year wine from this amazingly structured, rich vintage." Learn More

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  8. Chateau Latour, Pauillac

    Chateau Latour, Pauillac

    95 points Robert Parker, Wine Advocate "A brilliant offering, which should be drinkable much earlier than the blockbuster 2000, the 2001 Latour boasts an inky/ruby/purple color to the rim as well as a glorious bouquet of black currants, crushed stones, vanilla, and hints of truffles and oak. A blend of 80% Cabernet Sauvignon and the balance primarily Merlot with a touch of Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot, it reveals a sweetness on the palate that is atypical for such a young Latour. The beautiful integration of tannin, acidity, and wood is stunning. The wine flows across the palate with fabulous texture, purity, and presence. This luscious, full-bodied Latour was surprisingly open-knit on the three occasions I tasted it from bottle. However, do not mistake its aging ability as this 2001, despite its precociousness, will last 20-25 years. Anticipated maturity: 2007-2025." Learn More

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  9. Chateau d'Yquem Sauternes

    Chateau d'Yquem Sauternes

    96-98 points Neal Martin, Wine Advocate
    "The 2011 has a clear silvery gold hue, perhaps not quite as deep as I recall the 2010 last year. The bouquet is very fragrant and well-defined, with scents of wild honey, honeysuckle and a touch of vanilla. It is a refined, sedate and beautifully focused bouquet that does not need to show off. The palate displays superb weight in the mouth, even though at first it seems almost understated. Yet there is clearly a high level of spicy, botrytized fruit with notes of honey, orange zest and a touch of mandarin. There is no explosion on the finish; the 2011 is rather a lesson in control, complexity and nuance. It is utterly seductive. Drink 2016-2040+.
    The 2011 commenced with picking on September 6, the fourth earliest in its history, although they waited until September 12 to really get going in the vineyard. The harvest was over four tries until the October 5, peaking on the last day of the second trie on September 23. There is a very low level of volatility compared to the level of residual sugar, which at 144 grams per liter is almost the same as 2010..." Learn More

  10. Castello dei Rampolla Sammarco

    Castello dei Rampolla Sammarco

    95 points Antonio Galloni, Vinous Media
    "The 2009 Sammarco will thrill Rampolla fans who have some of the more structured vintages aging in the cellar. Layered and expressive, the 2009 is wonderfully open today. Grilled herbs, tar, licorice, black cherries and currants meld together in thise seamless, voluptuous wine. I don't think I have ever tasted such a succulent, young Sammarco that delivers so much pleasure at this early stage. The recent increase in Merlot has done wonders to make Sammarco more accessible at a young age than in the past. This is a dazzling effort." Learn More

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