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Beringer Private Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 1994

Beringer's Private Reserve has always been one of my favorite California Cabernets, particularly since the late seventies.
Reviewer: Robert Parker
Rating: 94
Maturity: N/A
$1,200.00 (USD)

Caymus Vineyards Special Selection 1995

Wow. This '95 Special Selection is a classic.
Reviewer: Robert Parker
Rating: 97
Maturity: N/A
$1,500.00 (USD)

Joseph Phelps Insignia Proprietary Red Wine 1995

The 1995 Insignia may be slightly better than the 1994 - as hard as that is to believe.
Reviewer: Robert Parker
Rating: 97
Maturity: 1998 - 2023
$1,700.00 (USD)

Joseph Phelps Insignia Proprietary Red Wine 1996

The 1996 Insignia (83% Cabernet Sauvignon and 17% Merlot) exhibits a dark purple color in addition to an elegant nose of cedar wood, fruitcake, coffee, and black currants.
Reviewer: Robert Parker
Rating: 92
Maturity: 2001 - 2020
$1,700.00 (USD)

Joseph Phelps Insignia Proprietary Red Wine 1997

Joseph Phelps' flagship wine is their fabulous Insignia, a wine with a tremendous track record back to the debut vintage of 1974.
Reviewer: Robert Parker
Rating: 96
Maturity: 2000 - 2025
$1,750.00 (USD)

Joseph Phelps Insignia Proprietary Red Wine 1998

Joseph Phelps' flagship wine is their fabulous Insignia, a wine with a tremendous track record back to the debut vintage of 1974.
Reviewer: Robert Parker
Rating: 91
Maturity: 2000 - 2016
$1,700.00 (USD)

Opus One 1994

This is an impressive effort from Opus One. The wine, a blend of 95% Cabernet Sauvignon, 2% Cabernet Franc, 2% Merlot, and 1% Malbec, possesses a dark ruby/purple color, followed by a generous,...
Reviewer: Robert Parker
Rating: 92
Maturity: 1997 - 2017
$2,500.00 (USD)

Opus One 1996

This is one of the finest Opus Ones to date, offering a dark ruby/purple color, as well as a striking, intense bouquet of sweet licorice intermixed with blackberries, cassis, plums, and saddle leather.
Reviewer: Robert Parker
Rating: 94
Maturity: N/A - 2015
$2,500.00 (USD)

Opus One 1997

Now don't get me wrong, 88 points signifies a very good to excellent wine. But in the context of the vintage, not to mention what this wine should be, this is a disappointment. The 1997 tastes as if it were made from yields that were too high.
Reviewer: Robert Parker
Rating: 88
Maturity: 2000 - 2010
$2,500.00 (USD)

Opus One 1998

A surprisingly feeble garnet/ruby color already displaying pink and amber hues is followed by a Medoc-like bouquet of cedar, plums, cherries, and spice box with hints of sweet oak as well as roasted peanuts.
Reviewer: Robert Parker
Rating: 86
Maturity: 2002 - 2010
$2,500.00 (USD)

Opus One 1999

While it is a big, rich effort, the 1999 Opus One exhibits a distinct earthiness as well as a sweaty saddle-like characteristic.
Reviewer: Robert Parker
Rating: 88
Maturity: 2003 - 2011
$2,500.00 (USD)

Opus One 2000

Firm and structured, with spicy currant, herb, dill and berry, picking up a cedary lead pencil edge.
Reviewer: Wine Spectator
Rating: 89
Maturity: -
$2,600.00 (USD)

Opus One 2001

Deep ruby-red. Aromas of dark berries, spice cake, beefsteak tomato and meat. Suave, smooth, lush and mouthfilling, with
Reviewer: Stephen Tanzer's IWC
Rating: 91
Maturity: -
$2,500.00 (USD)

Opus One 2002

An improvement over recent vintages, the 2002 Opus One boasts a dense ruby/purple color as well as an attractive bouquet of damp earth, cassis, licorice, and spice box. 
Reviewer: Robert Parker
Rating: 89
Maturity: -
$2,400.00 (USD)

Silver Oak 2006

Bright, deep red-ruby. Oak aromas of black cherry, coffee and graphite.
Reviewer: Stephen tanzer's International Wine Cellar (IWC) 
Rating: 89
Maturity: N/A
$600.00 (USD)