Good til Gone? Yes. Well, it's pretty simple. The wine is good. Really good. But is has to go. And when it's gone, it's gone. Sometimes we just buy too darn much. With thousands of wines coming and going, there's lots going on around here. Wines are overlooked and sit idle, and need a nudge. Browse through this list and check back as I'm sure to add to it. Nothing compromised. These aren't auction goods or close-outs where provenance is a question. It's all good. Prices have been reduced as much as 60%, so, serious bargains here. Best take a look sooner than later. Prices are good til gone.

2010 Chateau Beaucastel Hommage a Jacques Perrin (1.5L)
Mourvedre from Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Rhône, France

98+WA

Tight, dense and backward, the 2010 Châteauneuf du Pape Hommage À Jacques Perrin was one of the least approachable wines in the lineup, yet certainly has incredible potential. Offering lots of liquid minerality, crushed rock, blueberry, truffle and cassis, it’s massive and concentrated on the palate, with building tannin, good acidity and a firm, focused feel that begs for cellaring. Hide these in the cellar for another decade.

98+ points, eRobertParker.com (Issue # 217 - Feb 2015)

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2008 Domenico Clerico Briccotto (1.5L)
Nebbiolo from Barolo, Piedmont, Italy

88V

The 2008 Barolo Briccotto is a wine Clerico hasn't made since 1994. For years, this parcel in Bussia was the backbone of the Nebbiolo-based Arte. With 2008 Clerico is reintroducing the Briccotto, which will only be bottled in magnums. It is a huge, dark wine made to emphasize the depth and textural richness that is possible with Nebbiolo. Smoke, tar, espresso and licorice add complexity on the mid palate and finish. In my view the Briccotto is overly heavy. More importantly, though, it is the wine's early oxidative notes that are of most concern for its longevity. The Briccotto was aged in four new French oak barrels made from staves that had been toasted on the outside rather than inside, and two used French oak barrels.

88 points, Antonio Galloni, Vinous (Apr 2012)

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2016 Auspicion Cabernet Sauvignon (750ml)
Cabernet Sauvignon from California

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2007 Prà Amarone della Valpolicella (1.5L)
Corvina from Valpolicella, Veneto, Italy

93WS 92V 92WE

This packs a lot into an elegant package, featuring layers of juicy black currant, prune, lots of spice-anise, black pepper and clove-and the sweet stemminess of burning vine clippings joined by hints of espresso and kirsch. These flavors fall effortlessly in a silky sheath over the supple tannins, which show on the firmer finish. Drink now through 2027. 500 cases made.

93 points, Wine Spectator (Aug 2011)

The 2007 Amarone della Valpolicella is a big, dramatic wine bursting with dark red fruit, flowers, sweet spices, smoke, new leather and licorice. This is a bit monolithic today, but I sense tons of potential. From time to time the wine's inner sweetness and perfume emerges, suggesting what the future holds. This isn't the most subtle Amarone readers will come across, but it should offer plenty of pleasure for those who appreciate the bold, up-front style. The round, sensual finish invites a second taste.

92 points, Antonio Galloni, Vinous (Feb 2011)

Elegant and austere, this opens with thick layers of chocolate fudge, toasted espresso bean, Christmas spice and overripe berry fruit. It boasts huge flavor intensity and big alcohol. This is a bold Amarone that’s perfect for long weekends at a ski lodge or cozy nights at home..

92 points, Wine Enthusiast (Nov 2012)

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2013 Chappellet Cabernet Sauvignon Pritchard Hill (1.5L)
Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa, California

98WA 97JS 96V

The flagship wine, the 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon Pritchard Hill is a blend of 83% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8% Malbec, 6% Cabernet Franc and the rest Petit Verdot aged 22 months in 100% new French oak. This is a 40- to 50-year wine and simply compelling. Inky bluish/purple with a stunning nose of white flowers, crushed rock, blueberry, black raspberry and cassis, this is a great, great effort in this vintage, which is not that surprising, but this youthful wine still seems in its infancy and certainly has huge upside to it. It’s very deep and full-bodied, but still coiled very tight and restrained, this should turn out to be a tour de force and a great offering in 2013. Don’t touch it for another 5-7 years.

98+ points, Wine Advocate (Issue # 222 - Dec 2015)

Amazing aromas of dark fruits but there's a soulful undertone of forest floor, sweet tobacco and leaves. Full body, ultra-fine tannins and a delicious finish. Ultra-refined. So drinkable now. Harmonious and thoughtful. Elegant.

97 points, James Suckling (Jan 2016)

A deep, inky wine, the 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon Pritchard Hill exudes richness and concentration. Blackberry jam, crème de cassis, graphite, mocha, smoke and spices meld together as this ample, structured Cabernet Sauvignon shows off its personality. The Pritchard Hill is made in a ripe, concentrated style that is quite typical of the vintage. At the same time, the impact of heavier extractions and more new oak also shapes the wine to a significant degree. I am not sure the Pritchard Hill is meaningfully more complex than the Signature, but it is quite striking just the same. As good as the 2013 is today - and it is terrific - my sense is that it would be even better with less oak influence. This is an especially somber, virile Cabernet Sauvignon from Chappellet.

96 points, Antonio Galloni, Vinous (Oct 2015)

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2013 Domaine Ponsot Griotte-Chambertin (1.5L)
Pinot Noir from Griotte-Chambertin, Burgundy, France

93WA

The 2013 Griotte-Chambertin Grand Cru has a tightly wound bouquet with blackberry, touches of mulberry and briary. It is a relatively "conservative" Griotte compared to others tasted from barrel. The palate is medium-bodied with a gentle grip in the mouth. A little fuller than the Charmes-Chambertin '13 with fine backbone, this feels chewier, but with plenty of substance on the finish. This is a gutsy Griotte, but it will mellow by the time it is bottled.

91-93 points, Wine Advocate (Issue # 216 - Dec 2014)

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2013 Domaine Ponsot Griotte-Chambertin (750ml)
Pinot Noir from Griotte-Chambertin, Burgundy, France

93WA

The 2013 Griotte-Chambertin Grand Cru has a tightly wound bouquet with blackberry, touches of mulberry and briary. It is a relatively "conservative" Griotte compared to others tasted from barrel. The palate is medium-bodied with a gentle grip in the mouth. A little fuller than the Charmes-Chambertin '13 with fine backbone, this feels chewier, but with plenty of substance on the finish. This is a gutsy Griotte, but it will mellow by the time it is bottled.

91-93 points, Wine Advocate (Issue # 216 - Dec 2014)

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2014 Doisy Daene L'Extravagant (375ml)
Semillon from Sauternes, Bordeaux, France

96V

One of the undisputed stars of the vintage, the 2014 Doisy-Daëne L'Extravagant is a real stunner. Plush and beautifully textured, with lovely brightness and impeccable overall balance, the 2014 simply has it all. Lemon confit, baked apple tart, brioche and coconut are all pushed forward in this sensual, exquisite Sauternes. The 2014 is deep, but also quite silky and never a wine of excess. All the elements are simply in the right place.

96 points, Antonio Galloni, Vinous (Feb 2017)

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2014 Chateau Le Carre (750ml)
Merlot from Saint-Emilion, Bordeaux, France
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91WA 91JS

The 2014 Le Carre has developed throughout its barrel maturation and now in bottle. It has a generous and perfumed bouquet with incense and iris scents permeating the black cherry and blueberry fruit. There is opulence here, for sure, but it is nicely controlled. The palate is medium-bodied with supple, lithe red cherry and raspberry fruit on the entry. This Le Carré has an über-smooth texture, not a hair out of place, becoming ever spicier as it swaggers towards its finish. There is a luscious quality to this Saint Emilion—a discrete wine within Jonathan Maltus' stable, but certainly one worth investigating.

91 points, Neal Martin, Wine Advocate (Issue # Interim - Mar 2017)

There’s a slightly bready note on the nose that obscures the fruit a little, but on the palate this has a lovely combination of ripe fruit and moderately dry tannins and quite a fresh finish. Plenty of clean fruit on the finish. Drink in 2019.

91 points, James Suckling (Feb 2017)

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