Clos de los Siete Red Blend 2012, Argentina ($19.99): A malbec, cabernet and merlot blend from famed winemaker Michel Rolland, this is a full-bodied red with balance and structure that is a great value year after year. 90 POINTS ROBERT PARKER.
Chateau Rahoul Graves 2010, France ($34.99): Primarily merlot, this Bordeaux from a great vintage is complex and generous yet with all the traditional characteristics of the region. 90 POINTS WINE SPECTATOR.
Chateau Belgrave Haut-Medoc 2010, France ($64.99): Another blockbuster from the great vintage, this classified estate from just outside of St.-Julien produces a cabernet-dominant Bordeaux that has ample fruit for enjoyment now, and enough structure to age for a decade or more.