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Great wines of the world

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Greatest of the greats

If prestige has a name, it is that of Chapoutier, Vega Sicilia, Opus One, Guigal and Gaja, all united in this new lottery. Discover the entire arrival and try your luck among these legends and other coveted cuvées.

The lottery takes place in two rounds

If not all products are claimed, a second draw will take place. To enter this draw, you must have bought at least one of the products allocated to you after the 1st round. After the 2nd round, products that weren’t sold after all will be put back on sale, on a first come, first served basis.

  1. WA 98, WS 98

    “The 2020 Ermitage l'Ermite Blanc boasts subtle aromas of crushed stone and toasted grain, while the fruit is more citrus than pear or melon, with a hint of white peach. It's full-bodied but without the massive concentration of either the 2018 or 2019 vintages. Balanced, elegant, long and harmonious, it's again my pick of the whites... 2022-2040.”

    robertparker.com

  2. WA 96, WS 94, JS 96

    “This is a very spicy vintage for Valbuena, getting closer to the style of Único (while at the same time I felt the 2018 Pintia from Toro was getting closer to the aromatics of some vintages of Valbuena, like 2010). It was a late-ripening year with a tendency toward freshness in the wines. The palate is medium to full-bodied, with very fine tannins that made the wine nicely textured and very elegant. 2023-2032.”

    robertparker.com

  3. WA 98, WS 94, V 96+, JS 99

    “Fantastic aromas that are complex and complete with blackcurrants, blueberries and herbs, such as basil and bay leaf. But always subtle. Full-bodied yet linear and very refined with a very persistent finish. It shows drive and brightness. So refined at the end. Needs at least three to five years to come together.”

    jamessuckling.com

  4. WA 98-100, WS 97, V 96-98, JS 97

    The impenetrably dark 2019 Cote Rotie La Landonne represents the essence of this fabled lieu-dit, combining peppery, herbal notions with espresso and roasted meat, all carried by ample plum and black cherry fruit. It's full-bodied, concentrated, richly tannic and long on the finish—simply a superb wine that should be flirting with perfection when it is released in a couple of years. 2025-2045”

    robertparker.com