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Don Maximiano 1995 The cabernet in this wine is ripe with layered tannins and an interesting note of mint. Age has softened it into a dark-fruit and graphite / tobacco mellowness. Aged beef would be perfect. $300/double magnum

Errazuriz Single Vineyard Carmenere 2006 With aromas of smoke and roasted red peppers, this full-bodied carmenere is both ripe and rich. The spice and roasted dark fruits will pair beautifully with barbecue, simple Mexican, or even spicy Indian beef dishes. $17

Ventisquero Pinot Noir 2009 From the cool-climate Casablanca Valley, this is a clear and fresh pinot noir. Juicy and red, the fruit lingers. Ceviche anyone? $13

2007 Errazuriz Wild Ferment Chardonnay Notes of toast and nut start this off. This shows the brightness of the acidity which brings balance to the exotic ripe fruits. Not quite Burgundy, but so much less expensive! Crab or lobstah! $17

Casa Marin Cipreses Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc 2008 Lean and green, this sauvignon blanc is both salty and minerally. The vineyard is close to the cool Pacific and the flavor profile reflects maritime air and flavors. Love it or hate it, its personality is distinct. $20