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					                           HARRY’S
                           WINE LIST   FALL/WINTER 2008/2009
                               Prices and availability are subject to change

                    Our wine program is affordable, substantial, and varied.
       Harry’s Café and Steak is set on the lower level of an l9th Century Mansion in the
      Wall Street area of Manhattan. Harry’s Café and Steak is two restaurants in one with
       distinctly separate atmospheres: A café with casual ambiance and contemporary
        cuisine and an intimate steakhouse featuring New American Cuisine and USDA
           prime beef that is dry-aged on premises. Similar to the restaurant’s distinct
                       atmospheres, our wine program is divided, as well.
          Our more casual list offers wines that are immediately approachable as well as
        affordable, with over 100 bottles available for $50.00 or less. Our casual wine list is
       classified by characteristics of the wine’s flavors, making them user-friendly for our
      daily customer base. In addition, Harry’s Café and Steak offers its renowned Harry’s
       Select List, which is designed for the avid wine connoisseur with contributions from
             Harry Poulakakos’ personal collection including wines from the original
                                     Harry’s at Hanover Square.
        Harry Poulakakos’ knowledge of wine and his distinct palate have allowed him to
       create one of the most phenomenal and yet affordable lists New York City has ever
      seen. The Select List carries approximately 1200 selections. There is substantial depth
       in the vintages of French Bordeaux and Burgundy, as well as Californian Cabernet
            Sauvignon. In many cases we are displaying verticals of up to fifteen years.
      There are 181 different wines in large format bottles on our list. A number of vintages
       are presented in first growth Bordeaux. Our wine program covers over 13 different
        countries and 25 different grape varieties. Our champagne selections include both
              vintage and Tete de Cuvee varieties with vintages going back to 1988.
       Every effort is made to ensure that our wines are perfectly stored to maintain and
         preserve their unique qualities. Our main cellar is a temperature and humidity
       controlled room of about 800 square feet and is refrigerated at a temperature of 55
        degrees. For quality purposes, we do not purchase wines at auction or from other
                cellars where storage by the previous owner may be questionable.
      Our Executive Chef is Joseph Mallol and his vast knowledge of food and wine allows
      him to produce cuisine that compliments our wine. He uses only the best ingredients
         and focuses on seasonal flavors as well as working hand in hand with our wine
      director, Ivan Mitankin, to pair menu items with our expansive wine selections. Mr.
      Mitankin has been working with the Poulakakos family for the past nine years and is
      certified by the Court of Master Sommeliers and the Sommelier Society of America.
             Harry’s Café and Steak has established a wine list that is diverse, affordable,
      and deeply rooted in both new and old world selections. We know the list is extensive.
        Please inquire with your sommelier or server for an introduction to some up and
        coming wine producers, or to rediscover a wine that you know and would like to
                                         enjoy again.
                                                                                  Thank you,
                                                                        Peter A. Poulakakos
                                                                                       Owner

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                           HARRY’S WINE LIST
                                 TABLE OF CONTENTS
      WINES BY THE GLASS                             pg. 5
      CHAMPAGNE & SPARKLING WINE                     pg. 5
                                     WHITE WINES
      CRISP & BRIGHT                                 pg. 6
      California
      France
      Italy
      New Zealand
      Chile
      AROMATIC & FLORAL                              pg. 6
      California
      France
      Germany
      Austria
      Spain
      Italy
      Australia
      South Africa
      AROMATIC & OFF DRY                             pg. 6
      France
      Germany
      CLASSIC & RICH                                 pg. 7
      California Chardonnay
      France/Burgundy
      Chile
      Australia
                                      RED WINES
      SMOOTH                                         pg. 8-9
      American Pinot Noir
      Italy
      Austria
      New Zealand
      France/Burgundy
      RICH & FULL BODY                               pg. 10-11
      American Cabernet Sauvignon
      American Merlot
      American Blends
      France/Bordeaux/Cahors
      Argentina
      Chile
      SPICY & ROBUST                                 pg. 12-13
      California Zinfandel & Syrah
      France/Rhone Valley
      Spain
      Argentina
      Italy
      Australia
      South Africa
      Greece
      Morocco


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                                   WINES BY THE GLASS
                                                        White
       Special
       213 Moschofilero, Haggipavlu, Mantinia, Peloponnese, Greece, 2006                                    9.50
       The Moschofilero grape is indigenous to Mantinia in the Peloponnesian Islands of southern Greece. It has
       an aromatic & floral nose, bright acidity and a hint of minerality.

      Chardonnay
      233 Chalone, Monterey County, California, 2006                                                       9.00
      140 Macon-Lugny, “Les Charmes”, Cave De Lugny, Burgundy, France, 2006                                9.50
      Pinot Grigio
      153 Caposaldo, Veneto, Italy, 2007                                                                   8.00
      Gruner Veltliner
      161 Hofer, Gruner Veltliner, Weinvertel, 1L, Austria, 2007                                           9.00
      Sauvignon Blanc
      170 Cooper’s Creek, Marlborough, New Zealand, 2007                                                   9.00
      146 Château Bonnet, Sauv. Blanc/Semillon/Muscadelle, Bordeaux, France, 2006                          9.50
      Riesling
      191 Selbach, “Fish Label”, Kabinett, Mosel, Germany, 2006                                            9.00

                                                         Rosé
      098 Laurent Miquel, Cinsault/Syrah, Languedoc, France, 2007                                          7.00

                                                          Red
       Special
       910 Xynomavro, “Klima”, Pavlou Winery, Macedonia, Greece, 2005                                     10.50
       Grown in the region for centuries, Xynomavro is one of the highest regarded red grape varietals in Greece.
       Pinot Noir - like elegance, with spice, dried cherry and berry flavors.

      Bordeaux
      502 Chateau Larose-Trintaudon, Haut Medoc, 2003                                                      13.00
      Cabernet Sauvignon
      397 Cannonball, California, 2005                                                                     11.00
      460 Franciscan, Rutherford, Napa Valley, 2004                                                        17.00
      Pinot Noir
      318 Dancing Bear Cellars, “Shea Cuvee”, Mendocino, California, 2006                                  14.00
      381 Heron, Languedoc, France, 2005                                                                    9.00
      Merlot
      442 Raymond Estates, R Collection, California, 2005                                                    9.00
      Malbec
      754 Altos, “Las Hormigas”, Mendoza, Argentina, 2007                                                    8.50
      Chianti
      031 San Georgio a Lapi, Chianti Colli Senesi, Tuscany, Italy, 2006                                   10.50
      Spain
      960 Volteo, Tempranillo, Bodegas Rozam, Castilla-La Mancha, 2006                                       8.50


                                    Champagne and Sparkling Wine
      Champagne
      126 Pommery, Brut, NV, France                                                                        18.00
      Sparkling
      120 Charles De Fere, Blanc de Blancs, Brut, NV, France                                                 9.00




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                                                 Champagne
      100 Bollinger, Special Cuvee, NV                                                     95.00
      125 G.H. Mumm, “Cordon Rouge”, Brut, NV                                              81.00
      101 Louis Roederer, “Cristal”, 1999                                                 420.00
      124 Laurent Perrier, Brut, 1999                                                     110.00
      103 Moet Chandon, Brut, 1999                                                         95.00
      104 Moet Chandon, “Dom Perignon”, 1998                                              375.00
      107 Perrier Jouet, Grand Brut, NV                                                    87.00
      126 Pommery, Brut, NV, half bottle                                                   38.00
      108 Taittinger, “Comtes de Champagne”, Blanc de Blancs, Brut, 1996                  285.00
      109 Veuve Clicquot, Ponsardin, Brut, NV                                              95.00
      110 Veuve Clicquot, Ponsardin, Rose, Brut NV                                        125.00
      111 Veuve Clicquot, “La Grande Dame”, 1996                                          220.00
                                              Sparkling Wine
      123 Gruet, Rose, Brut, NV, New Mexico                                                42.00
      121 Roederer Estate, Estate Brut, NV, Anderson Valley, California                    50.00
      122 Giro Ribot, Cava, Spain                                                          30.00
                                                 White Wine
                                                Crisp & Bright
      California
      129 Benziger, “Signaterra”, Sauvignon Blanc, Russian River Valley, 2007              31.00
      131 Grgich Hills, “Fume Blanc”, Sauvignon Blanc, Napa Valley, 2005                   60.00
      134 Matanzas Creek, Sauvignon Blanc, Sonoma County, 2006                             47.00
      132 St. Supery, Sauvignon Blanc, Napa Valley, 2005                                   35.00
      130 Sterling Vineyards, Napa Valley, 2006                                            40.00
      France / Italy
      147 Chablis, Chardonnay, Jean-Pierre Grossot, 2005                                   55.00
      148 Chablis, Chardonnay, Jean-Pierre Grossot, 2005 half bottle                       27.00
      149 Ch. Laville Haut Brion, Sauv.Blanc/Semilon, Pessac-Leognan, France, 1999        150.00
      143 Sancerre, Sauvignon Blanc, “Les Boucaults”, Jean Marc Pastou, Loire, 2006        42.00
      144 Pouilly Fume, Sauvignon Blanc, “Les Cris”, Cailbourdin, Loire, France, 2005      45.00
      145 Muscadet, Sevre et Maine, Domaine des Trois Toits, Sur Lie, France, 2004         30.00
      150 Gavi di Gavi, Cortese, “La Meirana”, Broglia, Piedmont, Italy, 2007              40.00
      155 Lis Neris, Pinot Grigio, Venezia Giulia, Italy, 2006                             55.00
      151 Peter Zemmer, Pinot Grigio, Alto Adige, Italy, 2007                              35.00
      New Zealand / Chile/South Africa
      171 Oyster Bay, Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, New Zealand, 2007                      32.00
      175 Veramonte, Sauvignon Blanc, Casablanca Valley, Chile, 2005                       30.00
      176 Sauvignon Republic, Sauvignon Blanc, Stellenbosch, South Africa, 2007            40.00
                                              Aromatic & Floral
      California/France
      177 Conundrum, California, 2005                                                      50.00
      180 Francois Baur, Pinot Blanc, Alsace, France, 2003                                 35.00
      181 Hugel, Pinot Gris, Tradition, Alsace, France, 2002                               48.00
      Germany / Austria / Spain / Italy / Australia / South Africa
      193 Gysler, Riesling, Kabinett, Weinheimer, Germany, 2007                            37.00
      160 Salomon, Gruner Veltliner, “Hochterrassen”, Kremstal, Austria, 2005              35.00
      162 Hiedler, Gruner Veltliner, “Loss”, Kamptal, Austria, 2004                        36.00
      163 Tabor, Gruner Veltliner, Meinhard Forstreiter, Kremstal, Austria, 2004           48.00
      202 Lagar de Cervera, Albarino, Rias Baixas, Spain, 2004                             38.00
      204 Brandal, Albarino, Rias Baixas, Spain, 2006                                      33.00
      203 Vina Sanzo, Verdejo, Rueda, Spain, 2005                                          35.00
      208 Planeta, Grecanico, Chardonnay/Viognier, “La Segreta”, Sicily, Italy, 2005       30.00
      207 Marquis Philips, Verdehlo, “Holly’s Blend”, South Australia, 2004                30.00
      212 Fairview, Viognier, Paarl, South Africa, 2005                                    35.00
                                            Aromatic & Off-Dry
      France / Germany
      216 Foreau, Vouvray, Demi-Sec, Domaine Du Clos Naudin, Loire, France, 2003           57.00
      220 Lingenfelder, Riesling, Karlbacher Osterberg, Spatlese, Pfalz, Germany, 2004     47.00
      221 Leitz, Riesling, Rudesheimer Magdalenkreuz, Spatlese, Rheingau, Germany, 2006    45.00
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                                               White Wine
                                               Classic & Rich
      California Chardonnay
      225 Barnett Vineyards, “Sangiacomo Vineyard”, Carneros, 2005                   65.00
      226 Bell Wine Cellars, Yountville, Napa Valley, 2004                           52.00
      227 Bouchaine, Carneros, Napa Valley, 2004                                     54.00
      228 Cakebread Cellars, Napa Valley, 2006                                       85.00
      245 Chalk Hill, Sonoma Country, 2002/2004, half bottle                         45.00
      233 Chalone, Monterey County, California, 2006                                 34.00
      229 Domaine Serene, “Clos du Soleil”, Willamette Valley, 2003                  80.00
      230 James Henry Cellars, “Woolsey Road”, Sonoma, 2003/2004                     81.00
      232 Landmark Vineyards, “Overlook”, California, 2005                           50.00
      234 Lincourt, Santa Barbara County, 2004                                       37.00
      246 Patz & Hall, “Durell Vineyard”, Sonoma Valley, 2005/2006                   85.00
      236 Paul Hobbs, Russian River Valley, 2004                                     95.00
      237 Peay Vineyards, Sonoma Coast, 2004                                         79.00
      249 Peter Michael, “Belle Cote”, Sonoma County, 2004                          125.00
      238 Ramey Wine Cellars, Carneros, 2004                                         80.00
      241 Rombauer Vineyards, Carneros, Napa, 2004                                   55.00
      242 Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars, “Karia”, Napa Valley, 2005/2006                  72.00
      250 St. Innocent, “Anden Vineyard”, Willamette Valley, Oregon, 2006            70.00
      244 Wild Horse, Central Coast, 2004                                            40.00
      223 Wild Oak, St. Francis Winery, Sonoma County, 2005                          55.00


      France/Burgundy
      283 Chassagne Montrachet, Olivier Leflaive, 2002                               85.00
      273 Chassagne Montrachet, ler Cru, “Les Vides-Burses”, Marc Colin, 1999        95.00
      274 Chassagne Montrachet, ler Cru, “Les Champ-Gains”, Marc Colin, 1996        145.00
      277 Meursault, 1er Cru, “Les Charmes”, Marc Colin, 2002                       145.00
      278 Meursault, 1er Cru, “Le Limozin”, Marc Colin, 2002                        115.00
      281 Meursault, 1er Cru, “Les Genevries”, Jean Michel Ganoux-Hudelot, 2002     125.00
      264 Puligny Montrachet, Henri Boillot, 2004                                   110.00
      267 Puligny Montrachet, Henri Clerc, 2004                                      87.00
      271 Puligny Montrachet, 1er Cru, “Les Demoiselles”, M.Colin-Deleger, 1997     175.00
      272 Puligny Montrachet, 1er Cru, “Les Demoiselles”, M.Colin-Deleger, 2002     195.00
      275 Puligny Montrachet, 1er Cru, “Les Garennes”, Marc Colin, 1999             105.00
      276 Puligny Montrachet, 1er Cru, “Les Garennes”, Marc Colin, 2002             135.00
      279 Puligny Montrachet, 1er Cru, “Les Noyers Brets”, Jean Marc Pillot, 2002   120.00
      280 Puligny Montrachet, 1er Cru, “Les Champ Gains”, Ganoux-Hudelot, 2002      150.00
      265 Rully, Vieilles Vignes, Vincent Girardin, 2004/2005                        47.00


      Chile / Australia / New Zealand
      290 Los Vascos, Chardonnay, Colchagua, Chile, 2005                             30.00
      295 Sticks, Chardonnay, Yarra Valley, Australia, 2004/2005                     37.00
      296 Green Point, Chardonnay, Yarra Valley, Australia, 2003                     33.00
      297 Kumeu River, Chardonnay, “Mate’s Vineyard”, New Zealand, 2005              95.00




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                                                  Red Wine
                                                    Smooth
      California Pinot Noir
      314 B. Kosuge, Manchester Ridge, Mendocino, 2006                             99.00
      334 Capiaux, “Pisoni Vineyard”, Santa Lucia Highlands, 2005                 105.00
      316 Morgan, “Twelve Clones” Santa Lucia Highlands, 2006                      60.00
      310 Morgan, “Rosela’s Vineyard”, Santa Lucia Highlands, 2005                 99.00
      308 Summerland Winery, “Rancho Santa Rosa”, Santa Rita, 2005                 84.00

      Sonoma County Pinot Noir
      302 Barnett Vineyards, “Tina Marie Vineyard”, Russian River, 2005            82.00
      333 Breggo Cellars, Anderson Valley, 2006                                    85.00
      317 Francis Ford Coppola, “Directors Cut”, Sonoma, 2005                      50.00
      978 Hirsch Vineyard, Sonoma Coast, 2005                                     105.00
      974 La Crema, Los Carneros, 2006                                             66.00
      986 Kosta Browne, Sonoma Coast, 2006                                        155.00
      325 Martinelli, “Zio Toni Ranch”, Russian River Valley, 2005                120.00
      346 Oriel, “Jasper”, Sonoma Coast, 2005                                      65.00
      300 Patz & Hall, Sonoma Coast, 2005                                          80.00
      312 Patz & Hall, Sonoma Coast, 2006, half bottle                             37.00
      303 Paul Hobbs, Russian River Valley, 2005                                  150.00
      975 Rochioli, Russian River Valley, 2006                                    130.00
      305 Savoy, Roessler Cellars, Alexander Valley, 2003                          95.00

      Napa Valley Pinot Noir
      315 Buena Vista, Reserve, Carneros, 2003                                     45.00
      311 Domaine Chandon, Carneros, 2005                                          55.00
      306 Etude, Carneros, 2005                                                    87.00
      301 Etude, “Temblor”, Estate Grown, Carneros, 2005                          140.00
      309 MacRostie, Carneros, Napa, 2004                                          57.00

      Oregon Pinot Noir
      299 Argyle, Willamette Valley, 2006                                          60.00
      307 Argyle, “Nuthouse”, Willamette Valley, 2004                              95.00
      320 Beaux Freres, “The Upper Terrace”, Ribbon Ridge, 2005                   160.00
      304 Cristom, “Eileen Vineyard”, Eola-Amity Hills, Willamette Valley, 2005   109.00
      348 Cristom, “Louise Vineyard”, Willamette Valley, 2004                      95.00
      345 Cristom, “Sommers Reserve”, Willamette Valley, 2005                      90.00
      347 Cristom, “Mt. Jefferson Cuvee”, Willamette Valley, 2006                  77.00
      349 Cristom, “Mt. Jefferson Cuvee”, Willamette Valley, 2006 half bottle      38.00
      976 Domaine Serene, “Yamhill Cuvee“, Willamette Valley, 2005                 95.00
      977 Domaine Serene, “Evenstad“, Reserve, Willamette Valley, 2005            120.00
      298 Francis Tannahill, “The Hermit”, Willamette Valley, 2005                 90.00
      987 Willa Kenze Estate, “Pierre Leon”, Willamette Valley, 2005               92.00


      Spain
      390 Almira, Grenache/Syrah, “Los Dos”, Old Vines, Campo de Borja, 2006       33.00
      391 La Rioja Alta, Tempranillo, “Vina Ardanza”, Rioja, Reserva, 2000         75.00
      392 Monastrell M3, Monastrell, Diego Fernandez, La Mancha, 2006              30.00

      Italy
      700 Tenuta delle Terre Nere, Nerello, “Feudo di Mezzo”, Sicily, 2005         79.00
      699 Tenuta delle Terre Nere, Nerello, “Feudo di Mezzo”, Sicily, 2006         90.00

      Austria
      394 Stadlmann, Pinot Noir, Classic, Thermenregion, 2005                      40.00

      New Zealand
      395 Babich, Pinot Noir, Marlborough, 2006                                    41.00
      396 Cornish Point Vineyard, Pinot Noir, Bannockburn, Central Otago, 2006     65.00
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                                                  Red Wine
                                                     Smooth
                                              France/Burgundy

                                 Hautes Cote de Nuits/ Cote de Nuits
      365 Bourgogne, Hautes Cote de Nuits, Domaine Moillard, 2003 half bottle       25.00

      Gevrey Chambertin
      979 Gevrey Chambertin, Dupont-Tisserandot, 2004                               85.00

      Morey St. Denis
      369 Morey St. Denis, ler Cru, “Les Chaffots”, Hubert Lignier, 1999           125.00
      380 Morey St. Denis, ler Cru, “Clos de la Bussiere”, Domaine Roumier, 2002    95.00

      Vosne-Romanee
      378 Vosne-Romanee, 1er Cru, “Les Suchots”, Sylvain Cathiard, 1999            175.00
      373 Vosne-Romanee, 1er Cru, “Les Suchots”, Jerome Chezeaux, 2002             150.00
      374 Vosne-Romanee, 1er Cru, “Les Chaumes”, Jerome Chezeaux, 2002             105.00
      375 Vosne-Romanee, 1er Cru, “Les Chaumes”, J. Chezeaux, 2002 Magnum          225.00
      387 Vosne-Romanee, 1er Cru, “Malconsorts”, Domaine Moillard, 1999            120.00

      Nuits St. Georges
      376 Nuits St. Georges, ler Cru, “Les Vaucrains”, Jerome Chezeaux, 2002        90.00
      379 Nuits St. Georges, ler Cru, “Boudots”, Grivot, 2002                      125.00
      384 Nuits St. Georges, 1er Cru, “Les Chorey”, Domaine Moillard, 1999         105.00

      Marsannay
      980 Marsannay, Vieille Vignes, Marc Brocot, 2005                              60.00


                                               Cote de Beaune
      Beaune
      350 Beaune, 1er Cru, “Clos des Vignes Franches”, Vincent Girardin, 2003       80.00

      Aloxe-Corton
      386 Corton, Grand Cru, “Perrieres”, Dubreuil-Fontaine, 1999                  155.00
      388 Corton, Grand Cru, “Clos du Roi”, Domaine Moillard, 1999                 165.00

      Savigny-Les-Beaune
      370 Savigny-Les-Beaune, 1er Cru, “Les Narbantons”, Mongeard-Mugneret, 2004    69.00

      Pommard
      385 Pommard, 1er Cru, “Epenots”, Dubreuil-Fontaine, 1999                     145.00
      371 Pommard, 1er Cru, “Jarollieres”, J.M. Boillot, 2004 half bottle           69.00

      Volnay
      362 Volnay, 1er Cru, “Clos Des Chenes”, Jean-Michel Gaunoux, 2003            105.00
      377 Volnay, 1er Cru, “Champans”, Domaine Marquis D’Angerville, 2002           95.00
      351 Volnay, 1er Cru, “Taillepieds”, Domaine Marquis D’Angerville, 1996       105.00
      353 Volnay, 1er Cru, “Taillepieds”, Domaine Marquis D’Angerville, 2002       125.00
      359 Volnay, 1er Cru, “Taillepieds”, Bitouzet-Prieur, 1999                     75.00
      389 Volnay, 1er Cru, “Pitures”, Nicolas Potel, 1999                          125.00
      356 Volnay, 1er Cru, “Les Robardelles”, Michel Colin-Deleger, 1999           135.00

      Chassagne Montrachet
      363 Chassagne Montrachet, V.V, Marc Colin-Deleger, 2002 Magnum               140.00
      332 Chassagne Montrachet, “Les Chenes”, Phillipe Colin, 2004                  55.00

      Santenay
      330 Santenay, Vieilles Vignes, Michel Colin Deleger, 2003                     65.00
      331 Santenay, “Les Prarons Dessus”, Bruno Colin, 2004                         65.00


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                                               Red Wine
                                           Rich & Full Body

      American Cabernet Sauvignon
      453 Anakota, “Helena Montana Vineyard”, Knights Valley, 2002         144.00
      457 Cakebread Cellars, Napa Valley, 2005 Magnum                      365.00
      397 Cannonball, California, 2005                                      42.00
      410 Caymus, Napa Valley, 2005                                        150.00
      401 Caymus, Napa Valley, 2005 Magnum                                 350.00
      415 Caymus, Special Section, Napa Valley, 2004                       300.00
      400 Caymus, Special Section, Napa Valley, 3L, 2004                  1200.00
      984 Chateau Montelena, “The Montelena Estate”, Napa Valley, 2005     265.00
      454 Conn Creek, Reserve, Napa Valley, 2004                            60.00
      497 Dashe, Alexander Valley, 2003                                     79.00
      414 Dynamite Vineyards, North Coast, California, 2004                 40.00
      988 Duckhorn, Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley, 2005                  150.00
      460 Franciscan, Rutherford, Napa Valley, 2004                         63.00
      451 Freemark Abbey, Napa Valley, 2002                                 70.00
      418 Grgich Hills, Napa Valley, 1997                                  145.00
      458 Groth, Oakville, Napa Valley, 2003 Magnum                        245.00
      985 Gundlach Bundschu, “Rhinefarm Vineyard”, Sonoma Valley, 2005      85.00
      422 Hawk Crest, Stag’s Leap Cellars, California, 2003/2004            37.00
      452 La Jota Vineyards, Howell Mountain, Napa Valley, 2001            175.00
      431 Liberty School, Paso Robles, 2005                                 35.00
      470 Matanzas Creek, Sonoma County, 2004                               79.00
      433 Mondavi, Private Reserve, Oakville, Napa Valley, 1998            225.00
      398 Mt. Veeder, Napa Valley, 2003 half bottle                         40.00
      435 Mt. Veeder, Napa Valley, 2003 Magnum                             160.00
      421 Old River Road, Ponderosa Vineyard, Sierra Foothills, 2005        40.00
      494 O’Shaughnessy, Howell Mountain, Napa Valley, 2004                155.00
      443 Raymond, Reserve, Napa Valley, 2003/2004                          60.00
      455 Ramey, “Jericho Canyon Vineyard”, Oakville, Napa Valley, 2004    220.00
      456 Ramey, “Pedregal Vineyard”, Oakville, Napa Valley, 2004          290.00
      972 Rubicon Estate, “Cask”, Rutherford, Napa Valley, 2004            165.00
      459 Simi, “Landslide Vineyard”, Alexander Valley, 2004                70.00
      973 Slingshot, Napa Valley, 2005                                      53.00
      446 Spottswoode, Napa Valley, 2003                                   235.00
      447 Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars, “Artemis”, Napa, 2005                  125.00
      448 Twenty Bench, Napa Valley, 2005                                   40.00
      449 Wild Horse, Paso Robles, California, 2005                         45.00
      905 Wild Oak, St. Francis Winery, Sonoma County, 2003                 62.00


      American Merlot
      406 Cafaro, Napa Valley, 2002                                         57.00
      407 Cafaro, Napa Valley, 2002, half bottle                            29.00
      498 Columbia Winery, Columbia Valley, Washington State, 2003          35.00
      417 Grgich Hills, Napa Valley, 2004                                   95.00
      430 Matanzas Creek, Bennett Valley, Sonoma County, 2004               60.00
      442 Raymond Estates, R Collection, California, 2005                   34.00




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                                                Red Wine
                                            Rich & Full Body

      American Blends
      423 Gain Bay, “Andrew’s Cuvee”, Cab/Cab.Franc/Merlot, Napa Valley, 2005           55.00
      496 Helix, “Pomatia”, Merlot/Cabernet/Syrah/Cab.Franc, Columbia Valley, 2004      50.00
      428 Joseph Phelps, “Insignia”, Cab/Merlot/Petit Verdot/Malbec, Napa, 2003        275.00
      419 Legacy, Cab.Sauvignon/Merlot/Petit Verdot, Alexander Valley, 2003            145.00
      436 Niebaum-Coppola, “Rubicon”, Cab/Cab.Franc/Merlot/Petit Verdot, Napa, 1996    160.00
      495 Niebaum-Coppola, “Rubicon”, Cab/Cab.Franc/Merlot/Petit Verdot, Napa, 2003    190.00
      493 Peter Michael, “Les Pavots”, Cab/Merlot/Cab.Franc, Knights Valley, 2003      300.00
      492 Peter Michael, “Les Pavots”, Cab/Merlot/Cab.Franc, Knights Valley, 2004      300.00
      464 Ramey,“Claret”,Cab/Merlot/Cab.Franc/Petit Verdot/Malbec/Syrah, Napa, 2004     85.00
      491 St. Supery, “Elu”, Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot/Petit Verdot, Napa 2002         105.00
      450 Waters, “Interlude“, Merlot/Cabernet/Cab.Franc, Walla Walla Valley, 2005      65.00


      France/Bordeaux/Cahors
      534 Clarendelle Rouge, By Owner of Haut Brion, Bordeaux, 2003                     40.00
      605 Chateau Canuet, Margaux, 2000                                                 95.00
      503 Chateau Clos De La Cure, St. Emilion, Grand Cru, 2000 half bottle             34.00
      545 Chateau D’Arcins, Haut Medoc, 2005                                            50.00
      505 Chateau De Cruzeau, Pessac-Leognan, 2001                                      50.00
      532 Chateau De L’Abbaye de Saint Ferme, “Les Vignes du Soir”, Bordeaux, 2003      33.00
      525 Chateau du Cedre, “Heritage”, Cahors, 2005                                    37.00
      527 Chateau Domaine de Chevalier, Pessac-Leognan, 1998                            80.00
      541 Chateau Fonbadet, Pauillac, 2005                                             105.00
      508 Chateau Gruaud Larose, Second Growth, St. Julien, 1998                       140.00
      524 Chateau Haut Batailley, Pauillac, 2000                                       150.00
      522 Chateau L’Arosee, St. Emilion, 2000                                          125.00
      511 Chateau La Lagune, Haut Medoc, 1995                                           90.00
      546 Chateau La Fleur de Surget, Lalande de Pomerol, 2003                          35.00
      607 Chateau Les Tourelles de Longueville, Pauillac, 2005                         110.00
      500 Chateau Marbuzet, St. Estephe, 2001                                           70.00
      606 Chateau Pibran, Pauillac, 2004                                                85.00
      983 Chateau Serilhan, St. Estephe, 2004                                           50.00
      530 Chateau Talbot, Fourth Growth, St. Julien, 2005                              185.00
      519 Chateau Teyssier, Grand Cru, St. Emilion, 2004                                65.00


      Argentina
      600 Dona Paula Estate, Cabernet Sauvignon, Mendoza, 2004/2005                     37.00
      601 Santa Isabel, Cabernet Sauvignon, Mendoza, 2005                               30.00


      Chile
      610 Errazuriz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Max Reserva, Aconcagua Valley, 2004            47.00
      613 Casa Lapostolle, Cab.Sauvignon, “Apalta Vineyard,” Cachapoal Valley, 2006     45.00
      611 Los Vascos, Cab.Sauvignon, Barons de Rothschild, Colchagua Valley, 2005       30.00
      612 Le Dix de Los Vascos, Cab.Sauvignon, Barons de Rothschild, Colchagua, 2002    80.00
      614 Santa Rita, Cabernet Sauvignon, Reserve, Maipo Valley, 2003                   35.00




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                                                    Red Wine
                                                  Spicy & Robust

         California Zinfandel & Syrah
         638 Cline, Zinfandel, Ancient Vines, Contra Costa County, 2005                    40.00
         645 Dashe, Zinfandel, “Todd Brothers Ranch”, Alexander Valley, 2004               75.00
         639 Edmeades, Zinfandel, Mendocino, 2005                                          45.00
         643 Francis Ford Coppola, Zinfandel, “Director’s Cut”, Dry Creek Valley, 2005     47.00
         632 Martinelli, Zinfandel, “Jackass Vineyard”, Russian River Valley, 2005        165.00
         982 Martinelli, Zinfandel, “Jackass Vineyard”, Russian River Valley, 2006        190.00
         631 Renwood, Zinfandel, Old Vine, Amador County, 2004                             45.00
         966 Turley, Zinfandel, “Old Vines”, California, 2006                              85.00
         648 Turley, Zinfandel, “Rattlesnake Ridge”, Howell Mountain, 2006                110.00
         630 Turley, Zinfandel, “Dogtown Vineyard”, Lodi, 2005                            110.00
         635 Bell Wine Cellars, Syrah, “Canterbury Vineyard, Sierra Foothills, 2003        55.00
         649 HDV, Syrah, Los Carneros, 2005                                               120.00
         642 Mendocino Farms, Syrah, Fairbairn Ranch, Mendocino, 2005                      89.00
         634 Peay Vineyards, Syrah, “Les Titans”, Sonoma Coast, 2005                       95.00
         647 Vina Robles, Syrah, Estate, Paso Robles, 2002                                 43.00

         Rhone Valley
         650 Chateaunuef-du-Pape, Chateau De Beaucastel, South Rhone, France, 2001        165.00
         656 Chateaunuef-du-Pape, Chateau De Beaucastel, South Rhone, France, 2003        205.00
         676 Chateaunuef-du-Pape, Chateau De Beaucastel, South Rhone, France, 2004        190.00
         685 Chateaunuef-du-Pape, Chateau De Beaucastel, South Rhone, France, 2005        225.00
         689 Cotes-du-Rhone, Reserve, Perrin&Fills, South Rhone, France, 2006              34.00
         661 Cotes-du-Rhone, “Les Violettes”, Moillard, South Rhone, 2004 half bottle      27.00
         690 Cotes-Du-Rhone, Petit Chapeau, Rasteau, 2005                                  33.00
         675 Cotes-Du-Rhone, Belleruche, M.Chapoutier, 2005                                37.00
         657 Chateau D’or et de Gueles, Costieres de Nimes, 2003                           33.00
         636 Domaine des Tours, Vin de Pays de Vaucluse, South Rhone, 2003                 41.00
         654 Gigondas, “La Gille”, Perrin & Fils, South Rhone, France, 2004                53.00
         659 St. Joseph, “L’Amarybelle”, Yves Cuilleron, North Rhone, France, 2000         75.00
         903 La Pialade, Chateau Rayas, South Rhone, 2001                                  49.00
         678 Le Signal, Domaine Ligneres, Corbieres, Languedoc Roussillon, 2003            43.00
         660 Vacqueyras, “Les Christins”, Perrin & Fils, South Rhone, France, 2004         50.00
         679 Vacqueyras, Chateau Des Tours, Winemaker of Rayas, South Rhone, 2003          69.00

         Spain
         680 Alion, Tempranillo, Ribera Del Duero, Bodegas y Vinedos, 2002                150.00
         681 Baron De Ley, Temranillo, Rioja, Reserva, 2001                                45.00
         682 Castillo Labastida, Tempranillo, Rioja, Crianza, 2002                         30.00
         687 Chivite, Collection 125, Tempranillo/Cab/Merlot, Navarra, Reserva, 2001       89.00
         686 Gran Feudo, Tempranillo/Cab/Merlot, Navarra, Reserva, 2001                    35.00
         677 Laurona, Grenache/Syrah/Merlot/Cabernet Sauvignon, Montsant, 2004             59.00
         951 Les Terrasses, Grenache/Carignan/Cab.Sauv., Alvaro Palacios, Priorat, 2005    69.00
         684 Marquis De Grinon, Petit Verdot, Dominio de Valdepusa, 2002                   74.00
         955 Museum Real, Tempranillo, Cigales, Reserva, 2002                              60.00
         688 Roda, Tempranillo, Rioja, Reserva, 2002                                       85.00

         Argentina
         754 Altos, Malbec, “Las Hormigas”, Mendoza, 2007                                  34.00
         755 Catena, Malbec, Bodega Catena Zapata, Mendoza, 2006                           50.00
         750 Nieto Senetiner, Malbec, Reserva, Mendoza, 2006                               40.00
         753 Trapiche, Malbec, “Vina Fausto Orellana”, Mendoza, 2005                       95.00




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                                                     Red Wine
                                                   Spicy & Robust
         Italy
         703 Amarone della Valpolicella Classico, “Ambrosian”, Nicolis, Veneto, 2001         175.00
         726 Argiano, “Non Confunditur”, Sangiovese/Cab/Merlot, Tuscany, 2004                 45.00
         701 Barbera D’Asti, “Rive”, Il Cascinone, Piedmont, 2004                             50.00
         704 Barbera D’Alba, “Bricco Dei Merli”, Elvio Cogno, Piedmont, 2005                  55.00
         724 Barbaresco, San Giuliano, Neive, Piedmont, 2004                                  94.00
         981 Barbaresco, Gaja, Piedmont, 2005                                                495.00
         731 Barolo, “Bussia”, Aldo Conterno, Piedmont, 2001                                 190.00
         705 Barolo, “Ravera”, Elvio Cogno, Piedmont, 2003                                   125.00
         961 Barolo, “La Mora”, Elvio Altare, Piedmont, 2004                                 175.00
         749 Barolo, “Vigna Del Gros”, Conterno Fantino, Piedmont, 2003                      195.00
         747 Barolo, “Nei Cannubi”, Luigi Einaudi, Piedmont, 2001                            195.00
         962 Barolo, Josetta Saffirio, Piedmont, 2004                                        130.00
         746 Barolo, Paolo Scavino, Piedmont, 2003                                           115.00
         963 Barolo, Paolo Scavino, Piedmont, 2004                                           120.00
         964 Barolo, “Carobric“, Paolo Scavino, Piedmont, 2004                               190.00
         965 Barolo, “Bric del Fiasc“, Paolo Scavino, Piedmont, 2004                         245.00
         725 Barolo, “Vigna Merenda”, Scarzello, Piedmont, 2000                              147.00
         736 Barolo, “Vigna Capella S.Stefano di Perno”, Rocche dei Manzoni, 1996            175.00
         737 Barolo, “Vigna Capella S.Stefano di Perno”,R.dei Manzoni, 1996 Magnum           375.00
         956 Brunello di Montalcino, Argiano, Tuscany, 2003                                  125.00
         953 Brunello di Montalcino, “Vigna di Pianrosso, Ciacci Piccolomini, 2003           155.00
         744 Brunello di Montalcino, Conti Costanti, Tuscany, 2001                           165.00
         743 Brunello di Montalcino, Riserva, Conti Costanti, Tuscany, 2001                  255.00
         742 Brunello di Montalcino, Riserva, Poggio Antico, Tuscany, 2001                   285.00
         952 Brunello di Montalcino, “Pertimalli”, Livio Sassetti, Tuscany, 2003             145.00
         741 Buio, Carignano Del Sulcis, Sardinia, 2005                                       52.00
         709 Castello Banfi, “Summus”, Cabernet/Sangiovese/Syrah, Tuscany, 1990              165.00
         739 Castello Banfi, “Summus”, Cabernet/Sangiovese/Syrah, Tuscany, 1990 5L           995.00
         715 Chianti, Sangiovese, Giacomo Mori, Tuscany, 2004                                 60.00
         740 Chianti Classico, Sangiovese, Castello dei Rampolla, Tuscany, 2004               75.00
         902 Chianti Classico, Sangiovese, Ruffino, “Oro”, Riserva Ducale, Tuscany, 2003      85.00
         901 Costalgo, Corvina, Zeni, Rosso Veronese, Veneto, 2005                            35.00
         717 Fattoria Di Magliano, Cabernet/Merlot, Pogio Bestiale, Tuscany, 2004             70.00
         751 Giorgio Primo, “La Massa”, Sangiovese/Merlot/Cabernet, Tuscany, 2004            119.00
         727 Primitivo, A-Mano, Puglia, 2005                                                  37.00
         716 Rosso Di Toscana, Fili Di Seta, Sangiovese/Cabernet, Tuscany, 1995              115.00
         722 Reccioto della Valpolicella Clasico, G. Quintarelli, Veneto, 1995 half bottle   285.00
         734 Sassi Grossi, Merlot, Ticino, 1997                                               75.00
         718 Solideo, Cabernet Sauvignon/Syrah, Di Salvano, Umbria, 2001                      82.00
         738 Ser Gioveto, Sangiovese, Rocca delle Macie, Tuscany, 1999                        95.00

         Australia
         620 Brothers in Arms, Cab/Shiraz, Blend 6, Langhorne Creek, Australia, 2003          49.00
         622 Grant Burge, Shiraz, “Miamba”, Barossa Valley, Australia, 2005                   42.00
         777 Kay Brothers, Shiraz, “Block 6”, McLaren Vale, Australia, 2003                  150.00
         774 Longwood, Shiraz, “The Sheep Shearer”, McLaren Vale, Australia, 2004             40.00
         775 Possums Vineyard, Shiraz, McLaren Vale, Australia, 2003                          45.00

         South Africa
         800 Goat-Roti, Rhone Blend, Coastal Region, South Africa, 2004                       35.00

         Greece
         900 Domaine Gerovassiliou, Syrah, Epanomi, Greece, 2004                              47.00
         970 Megapanos, Aghiorgitiko, Nemea, Greece, 2004                                     45.00

         Morocco
         950 Syrocco, Syrah, Zenata, Thalvin & Alain Graillot, Morocco, 2005                  37.00


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           HARRY’S
         SELECT LIST




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                              HARRY’S SELECT LIST
                                 TABLE OF CONTENTS

         CHAMPAGNE                                   pg. 15

                                   WHITE WINES

         BURGUNDY                                    pg. 15-17
         BORDEAUX                                    pg. 18
         RHONE VALLEY                                pg. 18
         GERMANY                                     pg. 18
         AUSTRIA                                     pg. 18
         ALSACE                                      pg. 18
                                    RED WINES
         BURGUNDY                                    pg. 19-27

         RHONE VALLEY                                pg. 28-29

         BORDEAUX                                    pg. 30-40

         AMERICAN
         Cabernet Sauvignon                          pg. 41-48
         Blends                                      pg. 49-50
         Merlot                                      pg. 51

         ITALY                                       pg. 52-53

         SPAIN                                       pg. 54
                                  DESSERT WINE
         SAUTERNES                                   pg. 55

         AUSTRIA                                     pg. 56

         GERMANY                                     pg. 56

         FRANCE                                      pg. 56

         AMERICAN                                    pg. 56

         AUSTRALIA                                   pg. 56

         VINTAGE PORT                                pg. 57-58

         MADEIRA                                     pg. 58




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                                               CHAMPAGNE
                                    (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)

           In 1668, in the village of Hautvillers the monk turned cellar master, Dom Perignon, is said to have
             discovered how to make sparkling wine. The technique is used all over the world today, but the
                                 region of Champagne continues to make some of the finest.
            So what makes wine sparkle? Adding a solution of sugar and yeast to a white wine starts another
          fermentation in the bottle, which results in the bubbles. Once the yeasts have done their job, on the
            side of the bottle collects sediment known as “lees”. Contact with this deposit during maturation
               gives the wine its characteristic flavours of freshly baked bread, toast and biscuit. Once this
             sediment is isolated (remuage) and removed (dégorgement), the champagne is topped up with a
                                            sugar solution to make it dry or sweet.
          The majority of champagne is made from a blend of wines from several years’ production, allowing
         the producer to develop a consistent style and flavor. In particularly fine years vintage wines will be
          made as an expression of the year. As with still wines, differing champagne vintages vary radically
                            in flavor – in direct contrast to the non-vintage style of each house.




         Vintage
         6118 POL ROGER, “Blanc de Chardonnay”                                          1993           125.00

         Tete de Cuvee
         6131 LOUIS ROEDERER, “Cristal”                                                 1999          425.00
         6142 LOUIS ROEDERER, “Cristal”                    Magnum                       1996 1.5L     950.00

         6133 MOET & CHANDON, “Dom Perignon”                                            1985       450.00
         6134 MOET & CHANDON, “Dom Perignon”                                            1988       450.00
         6135 MOET & CHANDON, “Dom Perignon”               Magnum                       1988 1.5L 1015.00
         6136 MOET & CHANDON, “Dom Perignon”                                            1990       395.00
         6137 MOET & CHANDON, “Dom Perignon”                                            1998       325.00

         6120 PERRIER JOUET, “Fleur de Champagne”                                       1988          210.00
         6121 PERRIER JOUET, “Fleur de Champagne”                                       1989          240.00
         6123 PERRIER JOUET, “Fleur de Champagne”          Double Magnum                1989 3L       950.00
         6124 PERRIER JOUET, “Fleur de Champagne”                                       1990          240.00
         6122 PERRIER JOUET, “Fleur de Champagne”                                       1995          225.00

         6138 POL ROGER, “Winston Churchill”                                            1993           190.00

         6140 TAITTINGER, “Comte de Champagne”, Blanc de Blancs                         1995           285.00


         Rose
         6154 GOSSET CELEBRIS, Brut                                                     1998          295.00
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                                               WHITE WINE
                                   (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)
         Burgundy is one of the largest wine growing regions in France and, with the exception of Bordeaux,
                                            the most complex to understand.
           Vineyards on the same slope can produce a wine that you will remember forever and a mediocre
          effort you would rather forget. This is one reason the terroir, the soil, sun and total environment of
         the grape vine, is so important in Burgundy wines. Burgundian whites favor the Chardonnay grape
                 and many experts pick the Chardonnay from Burgundy as the perfection of this wine.


                                                   BURGUNDY




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                                              WHITE WINE
                                  (from the cellars of Harry Poulakakos)
                                                  BURGUNDY

                                               COTE de BEAUNE




                                            PULIGNY MONTRACHET
          The balance and harmony of Puligny-Montrachet allow the wine the classification of exceptional,
          with a finesse and breed that sets it apart from other burgundies. Pulignys are noted for having a
         steely, vibrant core in the very center of their flavors. When young, they are lean and hard, but the
          balance of elements allows aging (6 to 8+ years for a 1er Cru) and consequently the wines develop
                                                    great complexity.

         7700 PULIGNY MONTRACHET, Paul Pernot                                   1996                 145.00
         7702 PULIGNY MONTRACHET, 1er Cru, “Champs Gains”, Olivier Leflaive 1995                     155.00
         7703 PULIGNY MONTRACHET, 1er Cru, “Les Demoiselles”, M. Colin-Deleger1997                   175.00
         7704 PULIGNY MONTRACHET, 1er Cru, “Les Demoiselles”, Colin-Deleger 2005                     225.00
         7705 PULIGNY MONTRACHET, 1er Cru, “Les Demoiselles”, Bruno Colin       2005                 195.00
         7707 PULIGNY MONTRACHET, 1er Cru, “Les Garennes”, Marc Colin           2002                 165.00
         7710 PULIGNY MONTRACHET, 1er Cru, “La Truffeiere”, M.Colin-Deleger     1996 1.5L            300.00*
         7709 PULIGNY MONTRACHET, 1er Cru, “La Truffiere”, Michel-Colin Deleger 1999                 150.00
         7721 PULIGNY MONTRACHET, 1er Cru, “La Truffiere”, Bruno Colin          2005                 225.00*
         7711 PULIGNY MONTRACHET, 1er Cru, “Clavoillon”, Domaine Leflaive       1996                 225.00*
         7712 PULIGNY MONTRACHET, 1er Cru, “Clavoillon”, Domaine Leflaive       1998                 195.00*
         7713 PULIGNY MONTRACHET, 1er Cru, “Clavoillon”, Domaine Leflaive       2000                 195.00*
         7714 PULIGNY MONTRACHET, 1er Cru, “Clavoillon”, Domaine Leflaive       2001                 195.00*
         7715 PULIGNY MONTRACHET, 1er Cru, “Clavoillon”, Domaine Leflaive       2002                 225.00*
         7716 PULIGNY MONTRACHET, 1er Cru, “Clavoillon”, Domaine Leflaive       2003                 235.00*
         7717 PULIGNY MONTRACHET, 1er Cru, “Les Pucelles”, Domaine Leflaive 2000                     295.00*
         7718 PULIGNY MONTRACHET, 1er Cru, “Les Pucelles”, Domaine Leflaive 2002                     295.00*
         7719 PULIGNY MONTRACHET, 1er Cru, “Les Pucelles”, Domaine Leflaive 2003                     305.00*
         7720 PULIGNY MONTRACHET, 1er Cru, “Champs Gains”, Ganoux-Hudelot 2002                       155.00

         7751 CHASSAGNE MONTRACHET, 1er Cru, “Boudriotte”, Domaine Ramonet             1996          165.00
         7752 CHASSAGNE MONTRACHET, 1er Cru, “Boudriotte”, Domaine Ramonet             1999          125.00
         7753 CHASSAGNE MONTRACHET, 1er Cru, “Les Ruchottes”, Dom. Ramonet             1999          265.00
         7754 CHASSAGNE MONTRACHET, 1er Cru, “Morgeot”, Domaine Ramonet                1996          175.00
         7755 CHASSAGNE MONTRACHET, 1er Cru, “Vergers”, Domaine Ramonet                1999          155.00
         7756 CHASSAGNE MONTRACHET, 1er Cru, “Vergers”, Colin-Deleger                  2002          115.00
         7757 CHASSAGNE MONTRACHET, 1er Cru, “En Remilly”, Colin-Deleger               2002          130.00
         7758 CHASSAGNE MONTRACHET, 1er Cru, “En Remilly”, Colin-Deleger               2005          150.00
         7759 CHASSAGNE MONTRACHET, 1er Cru, “Les Champs-Gains”, M. Colin              1996          145.00
         7760 CHASSAGNE MONTRACHET, 1er Cru, “Les Chenevottes”, Marc Colin             2002          170.00
         7761 CHASSAGNE MONTRACHET, 1er Cru, “La Maltroie”, Bruno Colin                2005          145.00
         7762 CHASSAGNE MONTRACHET, 1er Cru, “Les Chaumes”, Phillipe Colin             2005          130.00
         7763 CHASSAGNE MONTRACHET, 1er Cru, “Clos Saint Jean”, Phillipe Colin         2005          130.00



                                           * Please inquire for availability




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                                               WHITE WINE
                                   (from the cellars of Harry Poulakakos)
                                                   BURGUNDY
                                                COTE de BEAUNE

                                                    MEURSAULT

         Meursault is one of few Burgundy villages that produce almost exclusively white wines. The whites
         made here tend to be both full-bodied and acidic, a combination that, at its best, yields wines of real
             character, particularly from the region's three premier cru vineyards, Les Perrières, Les
                                           Genevrières and Les Charmes.
           Tasters often find roasted chestnuts in Meursault's aroma, and a fine Meursault from a good
                       vintage can easily improve in a good cellar for 10 to 15 years or more.

         7790 MEURSAULT, 1er Cru, “Sous Le Dos D’Ane”, Domaine Leflaive                 2002           195.00
         7791 MEURSAULT, 1er Cru, “Sous Le Dos D’Ane”, Domaine Leflaive                 2003           205.00
         7792 MEURSAULT, 1er Cru, “Les Charmes”, Marc Colin                             2002           165.00
         7793 MEURSAULT, 1er Cru, “Le Limozin”, Marc Colin                              2002           125.00
         7795 MEURSAULT, 1er Cru, “Genevrieres”, Jean-Michel Ganoux-Hudelot             2002           120.00

                                                   MONTRACHET

          Montrachet is a grand cru vineyard between the villages of Chassagne-Montrachet and Puligny-
            Montrachet. Wines from Montrachet are composed entirely of chardonnay but, like all French
          wines, are referred to by their place of origin rather than by varietal. Four additional grands crus
           lie alongside Montrachet and share its name. The other four are Chevalier-Montrachet, Batard-
                     Montrachet, Bienvenues-Batard-Montrachet, and Criots-Batard-Montrachet.
         7810 MONTRACHET, Pierre Morey                                                  1985           395.00
         7811 MONTRACHET, Marc Colin                                                    1989           475.00
         7812 MONTRACHET, Marc Colin                                                    1997           510.00
         7813 MONTRACHET, Marc Colin                                                    2002           725.00

                                     BIENVENUES-BATARD MONTRACHET

         7820 BIENVENUES-BATARD MONTRACHET, Grand Cru, P. Pernot                        1995           195.00
         7821 BIENVENUES-BATARD MONTRACHET, Grand Cru, P. Pernot                        1997           195.00


                                             BATARD MONTRACHET
         7827 BATARD MONTRACHET, Grand Cru, P. Morey                                    1986           450.00
         7829 BATARD MONTRACHET, Grand Cru, Michel Colin-Deleger                        1999           225.00


                                         CRIOTS BATARD MONTRACHET
         7835 CRIOTS BATARD MONTRACHET, Grand Cru, Olivier Leflaive                     1996           225.00


                                        CHEVALIER MONTRACHET

         7840 CHEVALIER MONTRACHET, Grand Cru, Michel Colin-Deleger                     2002           575.00

         7841 MUSIGNY BLANC, Domaine Comte Georges de Vogue                             1990           475.00*




                                             * Please inquire for availability


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                                             WHITE WINE
                                  (from the cellars of Harry Poulakakos)
                                                 BURGUNDY
                                               COTE de BEAUNE
                                           CORTON CHARLEMAGNE

            Corton Charlemagne is the only vineyard in Burgundy bearing the name of two emperors:
         Corton comes from Courthon, itself derived from the Gallo-Roman Curtis (estate) and Otho, the
          emperor who inherited it. Charlemagne, the famous emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, was
             once the proprietor of the vineyard. Corton Charlemagne is magnificently situated on an
           impressive hill dominating the village of Aloxe-Corton. As the slope turns from East to West,
          most of the vineyards face due South. Corton Charlemagne is a strong, rich and luscious wine,
            very long and persistent on the palate. It has a lovely intense golden hue, even when young.
            There is something massive about this wine, and no word can truly describe the awe that it
                                                       inspires.

         7852 CORTON CHARLEMAGNE, Grand Cru, Marc Colin                              1999         175.00

         7853 CORTON CHARLEMAGNE, Grand Cru, Bonneau du Martray                      1988         195.00*
         7854 CORTON CHARLEMAGNE, Grand Cru, Bonneau du Martray                      1989         225.00
         7855 CORTON CHARLEMAGNE, Grand Cru, Bonneau du Martray                      1996         165.00
         7856 CORTON CHARLEMAGNE, Grand Cru, Bonneau du Martray                      2001         185.00

         7857 CORTON CHARLEMAGNE, Grand Cru, Dubreuil-Fontaine                       1986         350.00
         7858 CORTON CHARLEMAGNE, Grand Cru, Dubreuil-Fontaine                       1990         350.00
         7859 CORTON CHARLEMAGNE, Grand Cru, Dubreuil-Fontaine                       1996         225.00

         7861 CORTON CHARLEMAGNE, Grand Cru, Olivier Leflaive                        1999         175.00

         7862 CORTON CHARLEMAGNE, Grand Cru, Rollin                                  1996         150.00



                                           * Please inquire for availability




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                                              WHITE WINE
                                  (from the cellars of Harry Poulakakos)
                                                  BORDEAUX
         Leading edge, dry Bordeaux whites, when drank young, are mouthwateringly fresh and, owing
           to the sauvignon blanc, pungent and herbaceous in bouquet and flavor. Their brisk acidity
             virtually guarantees at least a decade's life. Sémillon provides richness, smoothness and
           viscosity. Muscadelle, in tiny quantities, adds aromatic grace notes. As the wine ages, it can
         become creamy, honeyed and figgy, perhaps melon-like, nutty and round, with the early, nearly
                                    sweet oak and vanillin accents diminishing.
         7900 CHATEAU LA VILLE HAUT BRION, Graves                                      1983         225.00
         7901 CHATEAU LA VILLE HAUT BRION, Graves                                      1994         225.00
         7904 CHATEAU MALARTIC-LAGRAVIERE, Graves                                      1984         225.00
         7905 CHATEAU MALARTIC-LAGRAVIERE, Graves                                      1986         225.00

                                              RHONE VALLEY
         7911 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE BLANC, Reserve, Chateau de Fonsalette                2003         105.00
         7915 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE BLANC, Reserve, Chateau de Fonsalette                2004         115.00
         7912 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE BLANC, Reserve, Chateau Rayas                        2002         185.00
         7913 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE BLANC, Reserve, Chateau Rayas                        2004         195.00
         7916 CHATEAU GRILLET, Neyret-Gachet                                           2001        195.00*
         7917 CHATEAU GRILLET, Neyret-Gachet                                           2002        195.00*

                                                   GERMANY
         7913 DONNHOFF, Riesling, Kabinett, “Oberhauser Leistenberg”, Nahe             2006          75.00
         7913 DONNHOFF, Riesling, Spatlese, “Oberhauser Brucke”, Nahe                  2006          85.00
         7913 GRAFF, Riesling, Auslese, “Urziger Wurzgarten”, Mosel                    2003          60.00
         7913 HELMUT HEXAMER, Riesling, Spatlese                                       2005          50.00
         “Schlossbockelheimer in den Felsen“, Nahe
         7913 Joh. Jos.CHRISTOFFEL ERBEN, Riesling, Halbtrocken, Mosel                  1998         75.00
         7913 Joh. Jos.CHRISTOFFEL ERBEN, Riesling, Auslese,“Urziger Wurzgarten”, Mosel 2003         65.00
         7913 Joh. Jos.CHRISTOFFEL ERBEN, Riesling, Auslese,“Urziger Wurzgarten”, Mosel 2006         65.00

         7913 J&HA STRUB, Riesling, Spatlese, “Niersteiner Hipping”, Rheinhessen       2003          60.00
         7913 JOHANNISHOF, Riesling, Spatlese “Rudesheimer Berg Rottland”, Rheingau    2004          60.00
         7913 LINGENFELDER, Riesling, Kabinett, “Freinsheimer Musikantenbukel“, Pfalz 2004           50.00
         7913 SELBACH-OSTER, Riesling, Spatlese, “Zeltinger Sonnenuhr“, Mosel          1998          75.00
         7913 SELBACH-OSTER, Riesling, Spatlese, “Bernkasteler Badstube“, Mosel        2003          70.00

                                                    AUSTRIA
         7960 BRUNDLMAYER, Riesling, Trocken, “Zobinger Heiligenstein”, Kamptal 2000                 95.00
         7960 BRUNDLMAYER, Riesling, Trocken, “Zobinger Heiligenstein”, Kamptal 2006                 95.00
         7960 HEIDLER, Riesling, “Gaisberg”, Kamptal                                   2006          50.00
         7913 HIRSCH, Gruner Veltliner, “Kammern”, Kamptal                             2004          45.00

                                                     ALSACE
         7980 FRANCOIS BAUR, Riesling, Grand Cru                                       2000          75.00

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                                  (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)
                                                 BURGUNDY
            This section is organized according to the layout of the Burgundian landscape, starting with
          Gevrey-Chambertin at the northern end of the Cote de Nuits and concluding with Santenay at the
            southern end of the Cote de Beaune. Wines from the Cotes de Nuits tend to be firmer, more
         complex, and spicy. Wines from Cote de Beaune have silkier texture, mature quicker and are lighter
                                                 in flavor intensity.

                                                COTE de NUITS
           Named after its principal village Nuits St Georges, the Côte de Nuits forms the northern half of
          Burgundy’s legendary Côte d’Or (‘golden slope’). It is a compact 20km strip running south from
         Dijon to Nuits St Georges with the best vineyards (1er Cru and Grand Crus) situated halfway up its
                            slopes where the drainage, exposure and soils are at their best.
           With 22 of the region’s 23 red Grand Crus, this is Pinot Noir country; most of Burgundy’s (and
            indeed the world) great Pinot Noirs are made here, along with a small number of high quality
          Chardonnays, including one tiny Grand Cru (Musigny). Quantities are tiny, certainly compared
            with Bordeaux, and prices for the very best wines are high. Quantitatively however, the wines
                                 account for less than 5% of the region’s production.




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                                 (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)
                                               BURGUNDY

                                               COTE de NUITS

                                           GEVREY CHAMBERTIN

          The historic town of Gevrey Chambertin is known for producing the most powerful Burgundies,
          often noted for their bold and spicy blends. Chambertin and Chambertin Clos de Beze have the
         most established history and reputation among the Grand Crus. There are some great value wines
          of fine quality in both village and premier cru Gevery-Chambertin varietals. Emperor Napoleon
                        was famous for traveling, even in battle, with a barrel of Chambertin.

         2000 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN, Hubert Lignier                                  1996          125.00

         2001 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN, Armand Rousseau                                 1996          175.00
         2002 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN, Armand Rousseau                                 1997          145.00
         2003 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN, Armand Rousseau                                 1999          155.00
         2004 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN, Armand Rousseau                                 2000          145.00
         2005 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN, Armand Rousseau                                 2001          145.00
         2006 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN, Armand Rousseau                                 2002          160.00

         2007 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN, 1er Cru, “Les Cazetieres”, Armand Rousseau 1996               250.00
         2008 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN, 1er Cru, “Clos St. Jacques”, Armand Rousseau 1997             325.00
         2009 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN, 1er Cru, “Clos St. Jacques”, Armand Rousseau 2000             365.00

         2010 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN, Robert Groffier                                 2004          115.00

         2011 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN, VV, Domaine Heresztyn                           2004          125.00
         2028 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN, Vieilles Vignes, Domaine Heresztyn              2005          150.00
         2029 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN, 1er Cru, Les Coulots, Domaine Heresztyn         2005          205.00

         2012 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN,“Lavaux St Jacques”,1erCru, D. Laurent           2001          145.00
         2030 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN, Vieilles Vignes, Dominique Laurent              2005          175.00

         2013 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN, Dujac Pere & Fils                               2000          115.00
         2014 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN, Dujac Pere & Fils                               2002          115.00
         2015 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN, Dujac Pere & Fils                               2003          135.00

         2016 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN, “Aux Combottes”, 1er Cru, Domaine Dujac         1990          325.00*
         2017 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN, “Aux Combottes”, 1er Cru, Domaine Dujac         1997          225.00
         2018 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN, “Aux Combottes”, 1er Cru, Domaine Dujac         1998          235.00
         2019 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN, “Aux Combottes”, 1er Cru, Domaine Dujac         1999          245.00
         2020 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN, “Aux Combottes”, 1er Cru, Domaine Dujac         2001          240.00
         2021 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN, “Aux Combottes”, 1er Cru, Domaine Dujac         2002          250.00
         2022 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN, “Aux Combottes”, 1er Cru, Domaine Dujac         2003          345.00
         2023 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN, “Aux Combottes”, 1er Cru, Domaine Dujac         2004          325.00
         2031 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN, “Aux Combottes”, 1er Cru, Domaine Dujac         2005          415.00

         2024 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN, “La Combe Aux Moines”, P. Leclerc Magnum 1993 1.5L            220.00

         2025 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN, “Cherbaudes”, 1er Cru, Domaine Fourrier         2001          125.00

         2026 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN, Domaine Henri Perrot-Minot                      2004          175.00

         2027 GEVREY CHAMBERTIN, “Les Cazetiers”, VV, Christophe Perrot-Minot 2004             295.00


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                                 (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)
                                              BURGUNDY

                                              COTE de NUITS
                                          GEVREY CHAMBERTIN




         2050 CHARMES CHAMBERTIN, Grand Cru, Domaine Dujac                     1990          375.00
         2051 CHARMES CHAMBERTIN, Grand Cru, Domaine Dujac                     1998          275.00
         2052 CHARMES CHAMBERTIN, Grand Cru, Domaine Dujac                     2004          345.00
         2061 CHARMES CHAMBERTIN, Grand Cru, Domaine Dujac                     2005          415.00
         2053 CHARMES CHAMBERTIN, Grand Cru, Armand Rousseau                   1997          205.00
         2054 CHARMES CHAMBERTIN, Grand Cru, Armand Rousseau                   1999          225.00
         2055 CHARMES CHAMBERTIN, Grand Cru, Armand Rousseau                   2001          245.00
         2056 CHARMES CHAMBERTIN, Grand Cru, Armand Rousseau                   2002          270.00
         2057 CHARMES CHAMBERTIN, Grand Cru, Armand Rousseau                   2003          345.00
         2058 CHARMES CHAMBERTIN, Grand Cru, VV, Henri Perrot-Minot       2004               475.00
         2059 CHARMES CHAMBERTIN, Grand Cru,VV, Henri Perrot-Minot Magnum 2004 1.5L          975.00
         2060 CHARMES CHAMBERTIN, Grand Cru, VV, Henri Perrot-Minot       2005               535.00
         2081 CHAMBERTIN, “Clos de Beze”, Grand Cru, Madame Pierre Gelin       1979          450.00*
         2082 CHAMBERTIN, “Clos de Beze”, Grand Cru, Domaine Gelin             2001          175.00*
         2083 CHAMBERTIN, “Clos de Beze”, Grand Cru, Domaine Gelin             2002          195.00*
         2084 CHAMBERTIN, “Clos de Beze”, Grand Cru, Domaine Armand Rousseau   1990          625.00
         2085 CHAMBERTIN, “Clos de Beze”, Grand Cru, Domaine Armand Rousseau   1996          595.00
         2086 CHAMBERTIN, “Clos de Beze”, Grand Cru, Domaine Armand Rousseau   1999          595.00
         2087 CHAMBERTIN, “Clos de Beze”, Grand Cru, Domaine Armand Rousseau   2003          525.00
         2088 CHAMBERTIN, “Clos de Beze”, Grand Cru, Louis Jadot               1989          445.00*
         2089 CHAMBERTIN, “Clos de Beze”, Grand Cru, Louis Jadot               1990          445.00*
         2090 CHAMBERTIN, “Clos de Beze”, Grand Cru, Louis Jadot               1995          325.00
         2091 CHAMBERTIN, “Clos de Beze”, Grand Cru, VV, Christophe Perrot-Minot 2004       625.00
         2092 CHAMBERTIN, “Clos de Beze”, Grand Cru, VV, Christophe Perrot-Minot 2004 1.5L 1250.00
         2093 CHAMBERTIN, “Clos de Beze”, Grand Cru, VV, Christophe Perrot-Minot 2004 3.0L 2500.00
         2094 CHAMBERTIN, Grand Cru, Louis Jadot                               1995          375.00
         2095 CHAMBERTIN, Grand Cru, VV, Christophe Perrot-Minot               2005          635.00
         2096 CHAMBERTIN, Grand Cru, Armand Rousseau                           1999          525.00
         2111 CHAPELLE CHAMBERTIN, Grand Cru, VV, Christophe Perrot-Minot      2005          525.00
         2115 MAZOYERES-CHAMBERTIN, Grand Cru, VV, Henri Perrot-Minot          2004       575.00
         2116 MAZOYERES-CHAMBERTIN, Grand Cru, VV, Henri Perrot-Minot          2004 1.5L 1150.00
         2117 MAZOYERES-CHAMBERTIN, Grand Cru, VV, Henri Perrot-Minot          2004 3.0L 2300.00
         2118 MAZOYERES-CHAMBERTIN, Grand Cru, VV, Henri Perrot-Minot          2005       575.00
         2125 RUCHOTTES-CHAMBERTIN, “Clos de Ruchottes”, Grand Cru, Rousseau 2002            325.00
         2126 RUCHOTTES-CHAMBERTIN, Grand Cru, Louis Jadot            Magnum   1989   1.5L   695.00

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                                  (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)
                                                 BURGUNDY

                                                COTE de NUITS

                                                MOREY ST. DENIS




          Morey St. Denis produces wines of finesse, with an aroma of violets and strawberries. The village
               wines and the premier crus are medium weight; the Grand Crus are more forceful.

         2130 MOREY ST. DENIS, Dujac Pere & Fils                                     2000          115.00

         2131 MOREY ST. DENIS, Domaine Dujac                                         1998          165.00
         2132 MOREY ST. DENIS, Domaine Dujac                                         2000          165.00

         2133 MOREY ST. DENIS, Hubert Lignier Magnum                                 1990          350.00
         2134 MOREY ST. DENIS, Hubert Lignier                                        2001          125.00
         2135 MOREY ST. DENIS, Vieilles Vignes, Hubert Lignier Magnum                1990   1.5L   375.00
         2136 MOREY ST. DENIS, “Les Chaffots”, 1er Cru, Hubert Lignier               1999          175.00

         2137 MOREY ST. DENIS, “Clos de la Bussiere”, 1er Cru, Domaine Roumier       1999          135.00
         2149 CLOS DE TART, Grand Cru, Mommessin                                     2000          600.00
         2150 CLOS ST. DENIS, Grand Cru, Domaine Dujac                               2000          315.00
         2155 CLOS DE LA ROCHE, Grand Cru, Domaine Armand Rousseau                   1996          395.00
         2156 CLOS DE LA ROCHE, Grand Cru, Domaine Armand Rousseau                   1998          305.00
         2157 CLOS DE LA ROCHE, Grand Cru, Domaine Armand Rousseau                   1999          325.00
         2158 CLOS DE LA ROCHE, Grand Cru, Domaine Armand Rousseau                   2001          275.00
         2159 CLOS DE LA ROCHE, Grand Cru, Domaine Armand Rousseau                   2002          325.00

         2160 CLOS DE LA ROCHE, Grand Cru, Domaine Dujac                             1989          525.00
         2161 CLOS DE LA ROCHE, Grand Cru, Domaine Dujac                             1999          425.00
         2162 CLOS DE LA ROCHE, Grand Cru, Domaine Dujac Magnum                      1999 1.5L     875.00
         2163 CLOS DE LA ROCHE, Grand Cru, Domaine Dujac                             2000          355.00
         2164 CLOS DE LA ROCHE, Grand Cru, Domaine Dujac                             2001          355.00
         2165 CLOS DE LA ROCHE, Grand Cru, Domaine Dujac                             2002          395.00
         2166 CLOS DE LA ROCHE, Grand Cru, Domaine Dujac                             2003          395.00
         2167 CLOS DE LA ROCHE, Grand Cru, Domaine Dujac                             2004          395.00
         2168 CLOS DE LA ROCHE, Grand Cru, Domaine Dujac                             2005          545.00


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                                  (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)

                                                 BURGUNDY

                                                COTE de NUITS

                                            CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY

          Chambolle-Musigny provides a silky, elegant, and delicate style, which has the advantage of being
         approachable and enjoyable at an earlier date than other Burgundies. The seductive bouquet offers
                       violets, cherries, and raspberries, with a counterpoint of earthiness.

         2180 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, Leroy                                              1978          325.00

         2181 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, Jacques-Frederic Mugnier                           1989          225.00
         2182 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, Jacques-Frederic Mugnier                           2002          155.00
         2183 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, Jacques-Frederic Mugnier                           2003          175.00
         2184 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, “Les Fuees”, 1er Cru, Jacq.-Frederic Mugnier       2002          275.00
         2185 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, “Les Fuees”, 1er Cru, Jacq.-Frederic Mugnier       2003          325.00

         2186 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, Dujac Pere & Fils                                  2002          125.00
         2187 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, Dujac Pere & Fils                                  2003          145.00
         2188 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, Dujac Pere & Fils                                  2004          145.00
         2209 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, Dujac Pere & Fils                                  2005          175.00

         2189 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, Domaine Dujac                                      1997          175.00
         2190 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, Domaine Dujac                                      1999          210.00
         2191 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, Domaine Dujac                                      2000          175.00
         2192 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, Domaine Dujac                                      2001          175.00
         2193 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, Domaine Dujac                                      2002          185.00
         2194 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, Domaine Dujac                                      2003          185.00
         2195 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, Domaine Dujac                                      2004          200.00
         2210 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, Domaine Dujac                                      2005          240.00

         2196 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, “Les Veroilles”, M. Barthod-Noellat                1990          170.00

         2197 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, 1er Cru, “Les Charmes”, Daniel Rion                2000          150.00

         2198 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, “Les Clos De L’Orme”, Sylvain Cathiard             1999          155.00

         2199 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, Domaine Roumier                                    1990          225.00
         2200 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, Domaine Roumier                                    1996          195.00
         2201 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, Domaine Roumier                                    1999          195.00
         2202 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, “Morey Clos Bussiere”, 1er Cru, Roumier            2002          175.00

         2203 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, Vieilles Vignes, Domaine Henri Perrot-Minot        2004         175.00
         2204 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, Vieilles Vignes, Domaine Henri Perrot-Minot        2004    1.5L 375.00
         2205 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, Vieilles Vignes, Domaine Henri Perrot-Minot        2004    3.0L 695.00
         2206 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, Vieilles Vignes, Domaine Henri Perrot-Minot        2005         195.00

         2207 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, Vieilles Vignes, Domaine Dominique Laurent 2004                  145.00
         2211 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, Vieilles Vignes, Domaine Dominique Laurent 2005                  195.00

         2208 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY, “Les Sentiers”, 1er Cru, Robert Groffier           2001          195.00



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                                   (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)

                                                  BURGUNDY

                                                 COTE de NUITS

                                             CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY

            Bonnes Mares is a fabulous Grand Cru, which is a firmer, fleshier red wine that requires a
           minimum of a decade to begin to show its best qualities. The smell of wildflowers and ripe wild
               berries are a prelude to the concentrated flavors of both Musigny and Bonnes-Mares.

         2230 MUSIGNY, Grand Cru, Domaine Comte Georges de Vogue                        1988          475.00*
         2231 MUSIGNY, Grand Cru, Domaine Comte Georges de Vogue                        1990          550.00*

         2232 MUSIGNY, Grand Cru, Jacques-Frederic Mugnier                              1990          475.00*

         2233 MUSIGNY, Grand Cru, Louis Jadot                                           1990          675.00*
         2245 BONNES MARES, Grand Cru, Domaine Comte Georges de Vogue                   1990          600.00*

         2246 BONNES MARES, Grand Cru, Louis Jadot                                      1990          295.00*
         2247 BONNES MARES, Grand Cru, Louis Jadot                                      1995          225.00
         2248 BONNES MARES, Grand Cru, Louis Latour                                     1990          325.00*

         2249 BONNES MARES, Grand Cru, Domaine Dujac                                    1989          375.00*
         2250 BONNES MARES, Grand Cru, Domaine Dujac                                    1995          275.00
         2251 BONNES MARES, Grand Cru, Domaine Dujac                                    1996          450.00
         2252 BONNES MARES, Grand Cru, Domaine Dujac                                    2001          385.00
         2253 BONNES MARES, Grand Cru, Domaine Dujac                                    2002          450.00

         2254 BONNES MARES, Grand Cru, Domaine Roumier                                  1989          525.00*
         2255 BONNES MARES, Grand Cru, Domaine Roumier                                  1990          525.00*

         2256 BONNES MARES, Grand Cru, Jaques-Frederic Mugnier                          1997          225.00

         2257 BONNES MARES, Grand Cru, Robert Groffier                                  2001          255.00
         2258 BONNES MARES, Grand Cru, Robert Groffier                                  2004          275.00

                                                     VOUGEOT

          The Grand Cru Vineyard “Clos de Vougeot” was established by Cistercian monks about the year
          1100. By 1336, the 124 acres were surrounded by stonewalls. The vineyard had one owner in the
         1880s but today is split up among 82 proprietors. The best bottles will have a floral truffle nose and
                                             good weight on the palate.

         2270 VOUGEOT, “Cru Les Cras”, 1er Cru, Mongeard-Mugneret                       2004          130.00

         2271 CLOS DE VOUGEOT, Grand Cru, Louis Jadot                                   1990          250.00

         2272 CLOS DE VOUGEOT, Grand Cru, Alain Hudelot-Noellat                         1990          375.00*



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                                 (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)

                                                BURGUNDY

                                               COTE de NUITS

                                           FLAGEY – ECHEZEAUX

           No commune wines are made in Flagey-Echezeaux. The 74 acres of Echezeaux and 24 acres of
           Grand Echezeaux are both rated Grand Cru. There is a complexity and tenderness about these
                             wines that is hard to imagine, and easy to appreciate.
         2280 ECHEZEAUX, Grand Cru, Domaine Georges Jayer                        2004          895.00*

         2281 ECHEZEAUX, Grand Cru, Domaine de la Romanee-Conti                  1970          925.00*
         2282 ECHEZEAUX, Grand Cru, Domaine de la Romanee-Conti                  1990          995.00*
         2283 ECHEZEAUX, Grand Cru, Domaine de la Romanee-Conti                  2000          795.00*
         2284 ECHEZEAUX, Grand Cru, Domaine de la Romanee-Conti                  2001          795.00*
         2285 ECHEZEAUX, Grand Cru, Domaine de la Romanee-Conti                  2002          875.00*
         2286 ECHEZEAUX, Grand Cru, Domaine de la Romanee-Conti                  2003          945.00*
         2287 ECHEZEAUX, Grand Cru, Domaine de la Romanee-Conti                  2004          875.00*

         2288 ECHEZEAUX, Grand Cru, Faiveley                                     1995          250.00

         2289 ECHEZEAUX, Grand Cru, Domaine Dujac                                1989          395.00*
         2290 ECHEZEAUX, Grand Cru, Domaine Dujac                                1990          425.00*
         2291 ECHEZEAUX, Grand Cru, Domaine Dujac                                1997          325.00
         2292 ECHEZEAUX, Grand Cru, Domaine Dujac                                1998          325.00
         2293 ECHEZEAUX, Grand Cru, Domaine Dujac                                1999          325.00
         2294 ECHEZEAUX, Grand Cru, Domaine Dujac                                2001          345.00
         2295 ECHEZEAUX, Grand Cru, Domaine Dujac                                2002          355.00

         2296 ECHEZEAUX, Grand Cru, Domaine Mongeard – Mugneret                  2002          175.00
         2297 ECHEZEAUX, Grand Cru, Domaine Mongeard – Mugneret                  2004          175.00

         2298 ECHEZEAUX, Grand Cru, Vieille Vigne, Domaine Mongeard – Mugneret 2004            205.00

         2299 GRAND ECHEZEAUX, Grand Cru, Domaine Mongeard – Mugneret            2003          295.00
         2300 GRAND ECHEZEAUX, Grand Cru, Domaine Mongeard – Mugneret            2004          255.00
         2303 GRAND ECHEZEAUX, Grand Cru, Domaine Mongeard – Mugneret            2005          425.00

         2301 GRAND ECHEZEAUX, Grand Cru, Domaine de la Romanee-Conti            1999          925.00
         2302 GRAND ECHEZEAUX, Grand Cru, Domaine de la Romanee-Conti            2000          725.00



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                                  (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)
                                                 BURGUNDY
                                                COTE de NUITS

                                              VOSNE – ROMANEE
         Perhaps the most representative and famous examples of Pinot Noir in the world, and certainly the
           most expensive, come from the Vosne-Romanee Commune. The wines are in a style somewhere
          between the sturdy power of Gevrey-Chambertin and the smooth finish of Chambolle-Musigny.
             Domaine de la Romanee-Conti is without question the most famous estate in Burgundy and
           arguably the greatest. The domaine has 25 hectares of vineyards, all Grand Crus, including the
         jewel in the crown: the 1.8-hectare monopole of Romanée-Conti. Yields are extremely low and the
                winemaking is traditional and perfectionist. These wines are made for the long haul.

         2315 VOSNE – ROMANEE, “Les Chaumes”, 1er Cru, Robert Arnoux                1996           175.00

         2318 VOSNE – ROMANEE, Mongeard – Mugneret                                  2004           125.00
         2319 VOSNE – ROMANEE, “Les Orveaux”, 1er Cru, Mongeard – Mugneret          2002           145.00
         2320 VOSNE – ROMANEE, “Les Orveaux”, 1er Cru, Mongeard – Mugneret          2004           145.00
         2344 VOSNE – ROMANEE, “Les Orveaux”, 1er Cru, Mongeard – Mugneret          2005           185.00

         2321 VOSNE – ROMANEE, “Champs Perdrix”, V.V., Christophe Perrot-Minot 2004                225.00
         2322 VOSNE – ROMANEE, “Aux Brulees”, V.V., Domaine Perrot-Minot       2005                395.00

         2323 VOSNE – ROMANEE, Domaine Daniel Rion                                  1999           105.00
         2324 VOSNE – ROMANEE, “Les Beaux-Monts”, 1er Cru, Daniel Rion              2002           115.00

         2325 VOSNE – ROMANEE, Domaine Rene Engel                                   2001           115.00
         2326 VOSNE – ROMANEE, Domaine Rene Engel                                   2002           125.00
         2327 VOSNE – ROMANEE, “Les Brulees”, 1er Cru, Domaine Rene Engel           2001           145.00

         2328 VOSNE – ROMANEE, Michel Gross                                  2002                  105.00
         2329 VOSNE – ROMANEE, “Clos des Reas”, 1er Cru, Michel Gross        2002                  155.00
         2330 VOSNE – ROMANEE, “Clos des Reas”, 1er Cru, Michel Gross Magnum 2002          1.5L    325.00

         2331 VOSNE – ROMANEE, “Les Beaumonts”, 1er Cru,VV, Dominique Laurent 2004                 175.00

         2332 VOSNE – ROMANEE, “Les Chaumes”,1erCru, Jerome Chezeaux Magnum2002 1.5L               255.00

         2333 VOSNE – ROMANEE, “Les Brouillards”, 1er Cru, Michel Colin-Deleger     2002           135.00

         2334 VOSNE – ROMANEE, “Les Malconsorts”, 1er Cru, Domaine Moillard         1999           155.00

         2335 RICHEBOURG, Charles Vienot                                            1953          1400.00*

         2336 RICHEBOURG, Grand Cru, Alain Hudelot-Noellat                          1990           675.00*
         2337 RICHEBOURG, Grand Cru, Alain Hudelot-Noellat       Magnum             1990          1350.00

         2338 RICHEBOURG, Grand Cru, Domaine de la Romanee-Conti                    1970           990.00*

         2339 RICHEBOURG, Grand Cru, Domaine Mongeard – Mugneret                    2004           495.00*

         2340 LA TACHE, Grand Cru, Domaine de la Romanee-Conti                      1970          1600.00*
         2341 LA TACHE, Grand Cru, Domaine de la Romanee-Conti                      2000          1200.00*
         2342 LA TACHE, Grand Cru, Domaine de la Romanee-Conti                      2001          1200.00*
         2343 LA TACHE, Grand Cru, Domaine de la Romanee-Conti                      2002          1800.00*

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                                    (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)

                                                   BURGUNDY
                                                  COTE de NUITS
                                                NUITS ST. GEORGES

          Nuits St. George is the most southern village in the Cote de Nuits. Its highly calcareous soil makes
                                   for firm, long-lived and some times tannic wine.

          Arnoux’s Nuits-St-Georges “Les Poisets” is made from old vines in a mid-slope vineyard that gives
         tiny yields, due to consistent millerandage. “Les Poisets” offers an explosive nose of cassis fruit with
           intense flavors of dark-berried fruit, espresso and spice. This is the sleeper of the Arnoux cellar!

         2360 NUITS ST. GEORGES, “Clos Des Argillieres”, 1er Cru, Daniel Rion            1995           155.00
         2361 NUITS ST. GEORGES, “Clos Des Argillieres”, 1er Cru, Daniel Rion            1996 1.5L      245.00
         2362 NUITS ST. GEORGES, “Clos Des Argillieres”, 1er Cru, Daniel Rion            1999           175.00
         2363 NUITS ST. GEORGES, “Les Vignes Rondes”, 1er Cru, Daniel Rion               1999           125.00
         2364 NUITS ST. GEORGES, “Les Hauts Pruliers”, 1er Cru, Daniel Rion              1999           125.00

         2365 NUITS ST. GEORGES, “Les Poisets”, 1er Cru, Robert Arnoux                   1985           325.00
         2366 NUITS ST. GEORGES, “Les Poisets”, 1er Cru, Robert Arnoux                   2002           135.00
         2367 NUITS ST. GEORGES, “Les Proces”, 1er Cru, Robert Arnoux                    2002           145.00

         2369 NUITS ST. GEORGE, “Les Vaucrains”, 1er Cru, Jean Chauvenet Magnum 1999            1.5L    245.00

         2370 NUITS ST. GEORGES, “Les Boudots”, 1er Cru, Mongeard – Mugneret             2004           115.00

         2371 NUITS ST. GEORGES, Henri Gouge                                             2003           125.00
         2372 NUITS ST. GEORGES, “Les Chenes Carteaux”, 1er Cru, Henri Gouge             1999           145.00

         2373 NUITS ST. GEORGE, “Rue de Chaux”, 1er Cru, Jean Chauvenet Magnum 2002             1.5L    225.00

         2374 NUITS ST. GEORGE,“La Richemone”,1erCru,VV,Christophe Perrot-Minot2003                     425.00
         2375 NUITS ST. GEORGE,“La Richemone”,1erCru,VV,Christophe Perrot-Minot2004                     325.00

         2376 NUITS ST. GEORGES, “Les Boudots”, 1er Cru, Jean Grivot                     2002           145.00

         2377 NUITS ST. GEORGES, “Les Thorey”, 1er Cru, Domaine Moillard                 1999           155.00

         2378 NUITS ST. GEORGES, “Les Murgers”, 1er Cru, Hudelot Noellat                 1990           195.00

         2379 NUITS ST. GEORGES, “Les Saint Georges”, 1er Cru, Nicolas Potel             1999           135.00


                                            * Please inquire for availability




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                                                 RED WINE
                                   (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)
                                                  BURGUNDY

                                                COTE de BEAUNE
          Cote de Beaune is twice as large as the Cote de Nuits and is known for its outstanding white wines
                                                 and remarkable reds.
         Red Côte de Beaunes are noted for their aroma and their warm bouquet. They have a tendency to a
                      slightly lighter body and a quicker maturation than the Côtes de Nuits.
                                                       LADOIX
         7021 LADOIX, “Les Corvees”, Edmond Cornu                   Magnum             1996   1.5L    250.00
                                               ALOXE – CORTON
           The northernmost town in the Cote de Beaune has wines with round texture and deep flavors.
          Corton is the largest Grand Cru in Burgundy and the only red Grand Cru in the Cote de Beaune.

         2400 ALOXE-CORTON, “Les Verrots”, 1er Cru, Dubreuil Fontaine                  1996           105.00

         2401 CORTON LES RENARDS, Grand Cru, Gaunoux                                   1959           575.00*
         2402 CORTON LES RENARDS, Grand Cru, Gaunoux                                   1961           625.00*
         2403 CORTON LES RENARDS, Grand Cru, Gaunoux                                   1964           575.00*
         2404 CORTON LES RENARDS, Grand Cru, Gaunoux                                   1990           225.00
         2405 CORTON LES RENARDS, Grand Cru, Gaunoux                                   1996           175.00
         2406 CORTON, “Clos du Roi”, Grand Cru, Dubreuil Fontaine                      1996           145.00
         2407 CORTON, “Clos du Roi”, Grand Cru, Dubreuil Fontaine                      2002           150.00
         2408 CORTON, “Clos du Roi”, Grand Cru, Dubreuil Fontaine         Magnum       2002 1.5L      320.00
         2409 CORTON, “Clos du Roi”, Grand Cru, Dubreuil Fontaine                      2003           175.00
         2410 CORTON, “Clos du Roi”, Grand Cru, Domaine Moillard                       1999           175.00

         2411 CORTON PERRIERES, Grand Cru, Dubreuil Fontaine                           1999           145.00
         2412 CORTON GRANCEY, Grand Cru, Louis Latour                                  1990           190.00
         2413 CORTON GRANCEY, Grand Cru, Louis Latour                                  1995           165.00
         2414 CORTON GRANCEY, Grand Cru, Louis Latour                                  1996           185.00
         2415 CORTON GRANCEY, Grand Cru, Louis Latour             Magnum               1996 1.5L      400.00

         2416 CORTON, “Clos Des Corton”, Grand Cru, Faiveley                           1995           225.00

         2417 CORTON BRESSANDES, Grand Cru, Edmond Cornu                Magnum         1990   1.5L    350.00
         2418 CORTON LES COMBES, Grand Cru, Genot-Boulanger                            1996           125.00
                                             PERNAND VERGELESSES
         2419 PERNAND VERGELESSES, “Ile des Vergelesses”, 1er Cru, D. Fontaine         1996            75.00
         2420 PERNAND VERGELESSES, “Ile des Vergelesses”, 1er Cru, Rollin              1996 1.5L      140.00
         2421 PERNAND VERGELESSES, “Ile des Vergelesses”, 1er Cru, Rollin              1999 1.5L      140.00
                                                       BEAUNE
          Beaune wines have silky textures and lighter tannins, with red fruit characteristics like strawberry
                                                  and bing cherry.
         2422 BEAUNE, “Clos des Mouches”, 1er Cru, Gaunoux                             1990             175.00
         2423 BEAUNE, “Clos des Mouches”, 1er Cru, Gaunoux                             1996             145.00
         2424 BEAUNE, “Montrevenots”, 1er Cru, Dubreuil Fontaine                       2002             105.00
         2425 BEAUNE, “Teurons”, 1er Cru, Paul Pernot                                  1996             125.00

                                              SAVIGNY LES BEAUNE
         2426 SAVIGNY LES BEAUNE, “Les Vergelesses”, Dubreuil Fontaine Magnum 2002                    175.00

                                            * Please inquire for availability

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                                               RED WINE
                                 (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)
                                                BURGUNDY

                                              COTE de BEAUNE

                                                   POMMARD

          Pommard makes some of the sturdiest wines in the Cote de Beaune. Damson plum and smoke are
          characteristics of the village’s production. Wines from Pommard are more earthy and darker in
                                               color than those of Beaune.

         2450 POMMARD, “Les Perrieres”, Francois Gaunoux                          1990          160.00

         2467 POMMARD, “Les Perrieres”, Jean Michel Gaunoux                       2005          150.00

         2451 POMMARD, “Les Rugiens”, 1er Cru, Francois Gaunoux                   1961          625.00
         2452 POMMARD, “Les Rugiens”, 1er Cru, Francois Gaunoux                   1993          145.00
         2453 POMMARD, “Les Rugiens”, 1er Cru, Francois Gaunoux                   1996          165.00

         2454 POMMARD, “Les Rugiens”, 1er Cru, Michel Gaunoux                     1999          135.00

         2455 POMMARD, “Les Rugiens”, 1er Cru, Louis Jadot                        1995          150.00

         2456 POMMARD, “Les Rugiens”, 1er Cru, Hubert de Montille                 1996          150.00
         2457 POMMARD, “Les Rugiens”, 1er Cru, Hubert de Montille       Magnum    1996 1.5L     350.00

         2458 POMMARD, “Les Epenots”, 1er Cru, Francois Gaunoux                   1996          145.00

         2459 POMMARD, “Grand Epenots”, 1er Cru, Francois Gaunoux                 1961          625.00
         2460 POMMARD, “Grand Epenots”, 1er Cru, Francois Gaunoux                 1996          125.00

         2461 POMMARD, “Epenots”, 1er Cru, Domaine Dubreuil Fontaine              1990          150.00
         2462 POMMARD, “Epenots”, 1er Cru, Domaine Dubreuil Fontaine              1995          135.00
         2463 POMMARD, “Epenots”, 1er Cru, Domaine Dubreuil Fontaine              1999          145.00
         2464 POMMARD, “Epenots”, 1er Cru, Domaine Dubreuil Fontaine              2002          155.00

         2465 POMMARD, VV, Domaine Dominique Laurent                              2004          125.00
         2468 POMMARD, VV, Domaine Dominique Laurent                              2005          175.00

         2466 POMMARD, Olivier Leflaive                                           2003          105.00


                                          * Please inquire for availability




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                                                RED WINE
                                   (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)
                                                 BURGUNDY

                                               COTE de BEAUNE

                                                      VOLNAY

            For those searching for elegance and charm in the Cote de Beaune, Volnay is the commune to
         choose. The wines are known for a violet and raspberry nose, silky texture, and harmonious flavors.
          When placed in the hands of top producers such as Lafarge and Gaunoux, the wines have weight,
                              complexity, longevity and even some grip in their youth.

         2490 VOLNAY, “Caillerets”, 1er Cru, Bitouzet-Prieur                         1990          145.00
         2491 VOLNAY, “Caillerets”, 1er Cru, Bitouzet Prieur             Magnum      1996   1.5L   350.00

         2492 VOLNAY, “Taillepieds”, 1er Cru, Roblet Monnot                          1998          125.00

         2493 VOLNAY, “Taillepieds”, 1er Cru, Hubert de Montille                     1996          155.00
         2494 VOLNAY, “Taillepieds”, 1er Cru, Hubert de Montille         Magnum      1996   1.5L   300.00

         2495 VOLNAY, “Clos de Chenes”, 1er Cru, Francois Gaunoux                    1988          135.00
         2496 VOLNAY, “Clos de Chenes”, 1er Cru, Francois Gaunoux                    1990          160.00
         2497 VOLNAY, “Clos de Chenes”, 1er Cru, Francois Gaunoux                    1995          135.00
         2498 VOLNAY, “Clos de Chenes”, 1er Cru, Francois Gaunoux                    1996          150.00

         2499 VOLNAY, “Clos de Chenes”, 1er Cru, Jean Michel-Gaunoux                 2003          135.00
         2514 VOLNAY, “Clos de Chenes”, 1er Cru, Jean Michel-Gaunoux                 2005          150.00

         2500 VOLNAY, Vendanges Selectionnees, Domaine Michel Lafarge                1997          115.00
         2501 VOLNAY, Vendanges Selectionnees, Domaine Michel Lafarge                2002          125.00
         2502 VOLNAY, “Clos du Chateau des Ducs”, 1er Cru, Domaine Michel Lafarge    1990          275.00
         2503 VOLNAY, “Clos du Chateau des Ducs”, 1er Cru, Domaine Michel Lafarge    1994          145.00
         2504 VOLNAY, “Clos du Chateau des Ducs”, 1er Cru, Domaine Michel Lafarge    2000          190.00
         2505 VOLNAY, “Clos du Chateau des Ducs”, 1er Cru, Domaine Michel Lafarge    2001          190.00
         2506 VOLNAY, “Clos du Chateau des Ducs”, 1er Cru, Domaine Michel Lafarge    2002          225.00

         2507 VOLNAY, “Robardelles”, 1er Cru, Michel Colin-Deleger                   1999          115.00
         2508 VOLNAY, “Robardelles”, 1er Cru, Michel Colin-Deleger                   2002          135.00
         2509 VOLNAY, “Les Brouillards”, 1er Cru, Michel Colin-Deleger               2002          145.00

         2510 VOLNAY, “Champans”, 1er Cru, Domaine Marquis D’Angerville              1999          125.00
         2511 VOLNAY, “Champans”, 1er Cru, Domaine Marquis D’Angerville              2002          115.00
         2512 VOLNAY, “Taillepieds”, 1er Cru, Domaine Marquis D’Angerville           2002          125.00

         2513 VOLNAY, “Pitures”, 1er Cru, Nicolas Potel                              1999          135.00

         2515 VOLNAY, “Le Clos des Chenes”, 1er Cru, Dominique Laurent               2005          175.00


                                           * Please inquire for availability




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                                               RED WINE
                                  (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)
                                                BURGUNDY

                                             COTE de BEAUNE

                                         CHASSAGNE MONTRACHET

         2530 CHASSAGNE MONTRACHET, VV, Michel Colin – Deleger Magnum 2002       195.00
         2540 CHASSAGNE MONTRACHET, “Morgeot”, 1er Cru, M. Colin–Deleger 2002     95.00

         2541 CHASSAGNE MONTRACHET, VV, Bruno Colin                       2004    75.00
         2543 CHASSAGNE MONTRACHET, VV, Bruno Colin                       2005    95.00
         2544 CHASSAGNE MONTRACHET, “La Maltroie”, Bruno Colin            2005   115.00

         2542 CHASSAGNE MONTRACHET, “Les Encegnieres”, VV, Marc Colin     2002    95.00

                                                  SANTENAY

         2550 SANTENEY, Vieille Vignes, Marc Colin                        2002    85.00

         2551 SANTENEY, “Les Gravieres”, 1er Cru, Michel Colin-Deleger    1996    75.00
         2552 SANTENEY, “Les Gravieres”, 1er Cru, Michel Colin-Deleger    2002    75.00

         2554 SANTENEY, “Les Gravieres”, 1er Cru, Bruno Colin             2005   100.00
         2553 SANTENEY, Vieille Vignes, Bruno Colin                       2005    95.00




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                                                RED WINE
                                  (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)
                                             RHONE VALLEY
           Wine has been made in the Rhône Valley since the 1st century AD, but it wasn’t until the 14th
          century when the pope was relocated to Avignon, in the southern part of the region that it really
          gained in stature. In 1309 Pope Clement V arrived and his court soon discovered the local wine.
           Although they were fans of Burgundy, 75% of all their wine came from the Rhône. Clement’s
         successor, John XXII planted the first papal vineyard at Châteauneuf-du-Pape (trans: “the Pope’s
          new castle” — its ruin still stands above the town) christening the area with a special authority,
                        something that few modern marketing departments can accomplish.




                                               RHONE – NORTH

         The northern Rhone is home to the syrah grape, a varietal that has spawned Shiraz in Australia and
         increasingly high-quality wines from California and Washington. The principal villages in the north
          are Crozes Hermitage (great value), Hermitage (some of the most powerful and long-lived reds on
              Earth), St. Joseph (powerful, spicy and peppery reds), Cornas and Côte Rôtie (great reds).

         2700 CROZES HERMITAGE, “Domaine de Thalabert”, P.Jaboulet Magnum            1999 1.5L      150.00
         2710 HERMITAGE, “La Chapelle”, Paul Jaboulet                                 1989          395.00*
         2711 HERMITAGE, “La Chapelle”, Paul Jaboulet                                 1990          435.00*
         2712 HERMITAGE, “La Chapelle”, Paul Jaboulet                                 1995          350.00*

         2713 HERMITAGE, J.L. Chave                                                   1991          475.00*

         2714 HERMITAGE, E. Guigal                                                   2001           140.00
         2725 COTE ROTIE, Jasmin                  Magnum                             1995 1.5L      275.00
         2726 COTE ROTIE, Jasmin                  Magnum                             1996 1.5L      275.00
         2727 COTE ROTIE, Jasmin                                                     1997           135.00
         2728 COTE ROTIE, Jasmin                                                     1999           145.00
         2729 COTE ROTIE, Jasmin                  Magnum                             1999 1.5L      310.00

         2730 COTE ROTIE, “Brune et Blonde”, E. Guigal                                1990          275.00*
         2731 COTE ROTIE, “Brune et Blonde”, E. Guigal                                1995          205.00
         2732 COTE ROTIE, “Brune et Blonde”, E. Guigal                                1999          175.00
         2733 COTE ROTIE, “Brune et Blonde”, E. Guigal                                2001          155.00




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                                                     RED WINE
                                      (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)
                                                  RHONE VALLEY
                                                    RHONE – SOUTH
                     The Perrin Family, which owns Chateau de Beaucastel, are world – famous proponents of
         Biodynamic viticulture. They use only organic methods in the vineyard as well as mostly organic methods in
         the winery. As they say: “A wild strawberry may not look as good as one grown in a greenhouse, but it will
                         have more flavor.” The Perrin Family extends this principle to their wines.
         2750 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, “Tradition”, Domaine Monpertuis Magnum                     1998    1.5L    290.00*
         2751 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Chateau de Beaucastel                                      1990            250.00*
         2752 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Chateau de Beaucastel       Magnum                         1990    1.5L    550.00*
         2753 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Chateau de Beaucastel                                      1995            250.00
         2754 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Chateau de Beaucastel       Magnum                         1995    1.5L    495.00
         2755 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Chateau de Beaucastel                                      1996            195.00
         2756 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Chateau de Beaucastel       Magnum                         1996    1.5L    410.00
         2757 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Chateau de Beaucastel                                      1997            195.00
         2758 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Chateau de Beaucastel       Magnum                         1997    1.5L    395.00
         2759 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Chateau de Beaucastel                                      1998            225.00 *
         2760 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Chateau de Beaucastel       Magnum                         1998    1.5L    525.00
         2761 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Chateau de Beaucastel                                      2000            195.00
         2762 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Chateau de Beaucastel                                      2001            195.00
         2764 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Chateau de Beaucastel       Magnum                         2001    1.5L    355.00
         2763 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Chateau de Beaucastel                                      2003            205.00
         2765 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Chateau de Beaucastel                                      2004            225.00
         2766 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Chateau de Beaucastel                                      2005            235.00
         No estate in the Southern Rhone has received as much acclaim as Château Rayas. With 70-year-old vines and
         tiny yields, Château Rayas has enormous power, great complexity and the ability to age for decades. Chateau
          Pignan is very similar to Château Rayas. In some years, Château Rayas will not be made and the entire crop
          is sold as Pignan. The Château de Fonsalette Côtes-du-Rhone is made in a similar fashion to Rayas and is no
         doubt the richest and most concentrated of all the wines from the vast Côtes-du-Rhône appellation. Contrary
         to the common belief that good red Châteauneuf-du-Pape should be made from a blend of grape varieties, at
         Rayas only Grenache is used and only old vines from north facing slopes. The result is a wine that will age for
           20 years or more. A longer than normal period in cask only adds to the complexity and depth of the wines.
         2785 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Chateau Rayas                                              1986          750.00*
         2786 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Chateau Rayas                                              1988          750.00*
         2787 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Chateau Rayas                                              1989          825.00*
         2788 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Chateau Rayas                       Magnum                 1989    1.5L 1700.00*
         2789 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Chateau Rayas                                              1990         1100.00*
         2790 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Chateau Rayas                       Magnum                 1990    1.5L 2400.00*
         2791 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Chateau Rayas                                              1992          595.00*
         2792 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Chateau Rayas                                              2000          525.00*
         2793 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Chateau Rayas                                              2001          525.00*
         2794 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Chateau Rayas                                              2002          325.00*
         2795 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Chateau Rayas                                              2003          525.00*
         2796 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Chateau Rayas                                              2004          525.00*
         2772 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, “Pignan”, Reserve, Chateau Rayas                           1989            395.00*
         2773 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, “Pignan”, Reserve, Chateau Rayas                           1999            250.00*
         2774 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, “Pignan”, Reserve, Chateau Rayas                           2001            225.00*
         2775 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, “Pignan”, Reserve, Chateau Rayas                           2002            225.00*
         2776 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, “Pignan”, Reserve, Chateau Rayas                           2003            250.00*
         2778 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, “Pignan”, Reserve, Chateau Rayas                           2004            250.00*
         2770 COTES DU RHONE, “Fonsalette”, Reserve, Chateau Rayas                            2001            135.00*
         2771 COTES DU RHONE, “Fonsalette”, Reserve, Chateau Rayas                            2003            135.00*
         2777 COTES DU RHONE, “Fonsalette”, Reserve, Chateau Rayas                            2004            150.00*
         2701 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Michel Picard                                              2004            105.00
         2702 CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Château La Nerthe                                          2004             95.00
                                               * Please inquire for availability
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                                                 RED WINE
                                   (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)

                                                   BORDEAUX
             Bordeaux remains the centre of the fine wine world.The maritime climate on the 45th parallel
            provides for temperate winters and long warm summers, perfect conditions for growing grapes
         suited to the production of classically constructed, long-lasting wines. This vast region of 120,000ha
           of vineyards (four times the size of Burgundy) is home to 10,000 wine producers and 57 different
            appellation contrôlées. Red now makes up 88% of Bordeaux wine, and is usually referred to as
          claret. The origin of this name was to differentiate the lighter-coloured wines of the coastal region
                                from the deeper "black" wines from up-country regions.
             The "Left Bank", comprising the wine regions of the Médoc, Pessac-Léognan and Graves are
            planted predominantly with Cabernet Sauvignon, which thrives on the gravelly soils left by the
          ancient course of the river. This is a thick skinned variety which ripens late, producing powerful,
         tannic wines capable of long ageing. It is blended with Merlot, Cabernet Franc and sometimes Petit
                Verdot. The highlights of the Médoc are the four communes of St Estèphe (blackcurrant
          concentration); classical, cedarwood and cigar-box Pauillac; richly fruited St Julien; and elegant,
                                                    fragrant Margaux.
         On the "Right Bank", most famously in St Emilion and Pomerol, it is the fleshy Merlot grape which
          predominates, sometimes supported by cabernet franc. Here the soils are more mixed, with gravel
         and clay underpinning the rich, fruity wines of Pomerol. Styles vary more in St Emilion, depending
           on the predominance of sand in the lower lying slopes, or limestone on the hillsides and plateau.

                                            The Classification of 1855
              Much like our World's Fair today, Napoléon III's 1855 Expositon Universelle de Paris was a
                chance for France to display its very best for the world to see. The Gironde Chamber of
                         Commerce requested that a classification system be devised to accompany their
                              display of the fine wines of Bordeaux. The Bordeaux Wine Brokers' Union
                                   went to work on the project and came up with what we now refer to as
                                                           the Classification of 1855.
                                      The Bordeaux Wine Brokers’ Union developed a five-class ranking
                                                         system for red wines from the Médoc region, with
                                                               the exception of Château Haut-Brion from
                                                          Graves, which was required to be included due to
                                                            its renown. The white wines of Sauternes and
                                                         Barsac were also included in a two-class ranking.
                                                                  The list reflected the market's view of the
                                                                         relative quality of the wines in terms
                                                                         of the selling price and reputation of
                                                                          the various châteaux. Within each
                                                                       category, the châteaux were ranked in
                                                                         order of quality, or selling price.
                                                                   The classification has undergone only one
                                                                  significant change in almost 150 years. By
                                                                 decree, on June 21, 1973, Château Mouton-
                                                            Rothschild was promoted from a deuxieme cru
                                                         to a premeir cru. At the same time it was decided
                                                              that the premeir crus were to be listed in
                                                                              alphabetical order.




                                           First Growths (Premiers Crus) :

                                         Château Lafite-Rothschild (Pauillac)
                                            Château Margaux (Margaux)
                                             Château Latour (Pauillac)
                                         Château Haut-Brion Pessac (Graves)
                                        Château Mouton-Rothschild (Pauillac)

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                                                RED WINE
                                  (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)

                                                  BORDEAUX

                                          MEDOC & HAUT MEDOC

         The Médoc is situated north of the town of Bordeaux, on the left bank of the Gironde. Médoc is
             divided into two parts, the Haut-Médoc in the south, near the town, and the north part
         traditionally called Médoc. Wines from Médoc are delicate, medium colored, fine and elegant;
                     often tannic when young, yet harmonious and splendid when matured.

         3000 CHATEAU CANTEMERLE           Fifth Growth           Magnum              1998    1.5L   135.00
         3001 CHATEAU CITRAN           Cru Bourgeois              Magnum              1997    1.5L   145.00
         3002 CHATEAU LA LAGUNE                                   Magnum              1998    1.5L   145.00

                                                  ST. ESTEPHE

         Saint-Estèphe is a true "terroir" wine. The influence of the soil, gravels and abundant clays
          can be experienced when tasting a Saint-Estèphe wine. Although Pauillac is just close-by,
           Saint-Estèphe wines are very different. Saint-Estèphe wines are exceptionally colored,
         earthy, firm, robust and tannic. They reach their maturity slower than other Médoc wines.

         Calon-Segur has produced wines of first-growth quality from the 1920s. Prices are reasonable,
                so much so that Calon is often considered as one of the best buys of the Medoc.

         3020 CHATEAU CALON SEGUR                  Third Growth                       1961           550.00 *
         3021 CHATEAU CALON SEGUR                  Third Growth                       1966           375.00
         3022 CHATEAU CALON SEGUR                  Third Growth                       1967           250.00 *
         3023 CHATEAU CALON SEGUR                  Third Growth                       1970           295.00
         3024 CHATEAU CALON SEGUR                  Third Growth                       1971           165.00
         3025 CHATEAU CALON SEGUR                  Third Growth                       1978           165.00
         3026 CHATEAU CALON SEGUR                  Third Growth                       1979           145.00
         3027 CHATEAU CALON SEGUR                  Third Growth                       1981           160.00
         3028 CHATEAU CALON SEGUR                  Third Growth                       1982           250.00

          This Chateau, which resembles an Asian pagoda, sits on a ridge immediately north of the Pauillac
           border, looking down on its famous neighbor, Lafite Rothschild. Atypically for a Medoc, Cos is
          distinguished by the high percentage of Merlot used in the blend - 40% - and the elevated use of
          new oak cask – 60-100%. This proportion of Merlot is among the highest used in the Haut-Medoc
             and also accounts for the fleshy, richly textured character so noticeable in recent vintages.

         3041 CHATEAU COS D’ESTOURNEL              Second Growth                      1971           175.00
         3042 CHATEAU COS D’ESTOURNEL              Second Growth                      1979           175.00
         3043 CHATEAU COS D’ESTOURNEL              Second Growth                      1981           195.00
         3044 CHATEAU COS D’ESTOURNEL              Second Growth         Magnum       1981 1.5L      425.00
         3045 CHATEAU COS D’ESTOURNEL              Second Growth                      1983           195.00
         3046 CHATEAU COS D’ESTOURNEL              Second Growth                      1985           400.00
         3047 CHATEAU COS D’ESTOURNEL              Second Growth                      1988           225.00
         3048 CHATEAU COS D’ESTOURNEL              Second Growth                      1991           185.00
         3049 CHATEAU COS D’ESTOURNEL              Second Growth                      1995           245.00
         3050 CHATEAU COS D’ESTOURNEL              Second Growth                      1998           185.00

         3060 CHATEAU HAUT MARBUZET                                                   1989           145.00




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                                                 RED WINE
                                   (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)

                                                  BORDEAUX

                                                    ST. JULIEN
            Just a little bit less powerful than Pauillac and more rustic than Saint-Estèphe, Saint-Julien
          wines are much aromatized. They are harmonious and well balanced red wines. Saint-Julien is
          the right balance between Pauillac and Margaux Saint-Julien and has 11 Grands Crus Classés
         (great growths). The quality is so good in Saint-Julien that second wines from those châteaux are
                                                     very attractive.

         3071 CHATEAU BEYCHEVELLE                         Fourth Growth               1975            210.00
         3072 CHATEAU BEYCHEVELLE                         Fourth Growth               1978            180.00
         3073 CHATEAU BEYCHEVELLE                         Fourth Growth               1981            150.00
         3075 CHATEAU BEYCHEVELLE                         Fourth Growth        Magnum 1998 1.5L       185.00
         3076 CHATEAU BEYCHEVELLE                         Fourth Growth        Magnum 2000 1.5L       295.00

         3085 CHATEAU DUCRU BEAUCAILLOU                   Second Growth        1978                   225.00
         3086 CHATEAU DUCRU BEAUCAILLOU                   Second Growth Magnum 1978 1.5L              495.00
         3087 CHATEAU DUCRU BEAUCAILLOU                   Second Growth        1979                   195.00
         3088 CHATEAU DUCRU BEAUCAILLOU                   Second Growth        1981                   225.00
         3089 CHATEAU DUCRU BEAUCAILLOU                   Second Growth Magnum 1981 1.5L              550.00
         3090 CHATEAU DUCRU BEAUCAILLOU                   Second Growth        1982                   375.00
         3091 CHATEAU DUCRU BEAUCAILLOU                   Second Growth        1990                   275.00

         For decades, Gruaud Larose produced St. Julien’s most massive and complex wine. Under the new
         proprietor, Jacques Merlaut, there has been an obvious trend to produce a more refined, less rustic
            and tannic style of Gruaud. The production is large and the quality consistently high. One of
                                                 Harry’s favorites!

         3101 CHATEAU GRUAUD LAROSE                       Second Growth                 1970          250.00
         3102 CHATEAU GRUAUD LAROSE                       Second Growth                 1971          225.00
         7060 CHATEAU GRUAUD LAROSE                       Second Growth        Magnum   1975   1.5L   250.00
         3104 CHATEAU GRUAUD LAROSE                       Second Growth                 1978          190.00
         7061 CHATEAU GRUAUD LAROSE                       Second Growth        Magnum   1978   1.5L   425.00
         3105 CHATEAU GRUAUD LAROSE                       Second Growth                 1981          225.00
         7062 CHATEAU GRUAUD LAROSE                       Second Growth        Magnum   1981   1.5L   495.00
         3106 CHATEAU GRUAUD LAROSE                       Second Growth                 1982          350.00
         7063 CHATEAU GRUAUD LAROSE                       Second Growth        Magnum   1982   1.5L   750.00
         3106 CHATEAU GRUAUD LAROSE                       Second Growth                 1983          175.00
         3110 CHATEAU GRUAUD LAROSE                       Second Growth                 1986          225.00
         7064 CHATEAU GRUAUD LAROSE                       Second Growth        Magnum   1986   1.5L   525.00
         3107 CHATEAU GRUAUD LAROSE                       Second Growth                 1990          250.00
         3108 CHATEAU GRUAUD LAROSE                       Second Growth                 1995          150.00
         3109 CHATEAU GRUAUD LAROSE                       Second Growth                 1998          140.00
         7065 CHATEAU GRUAUD LAROSE                       Second Growth        Magnum   1998   1.5L   320.00
         3112 CHATEAU GRUAUD LAROSE                       Second Growth                 2001          150.00

         3140 CHATEAU GLORIA                              Magnum                        1998   1.5L   165.00
         3075 CHATEAU LES FIEFS DE LAGRANGE                                             2000          120.00
         3077 CHATEAU LEOVILLE POYFERRE                   Second Growth                 1955          450.00 *
         3078 CHATEAU LEOVILLE POYFERRE                   Second Growth                 1959          450.00 *
         3079 CHATEAU LEOVILLE POYFERRE                   Second Growth                 1961          525.00 *
         3080 CHATEAU LEOVILLE POYFERRE                   Second Growth                 1966          325.00 *
         3115 CHATEAU LANGOA BARTON                       Third Growth                  1978          150.00


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                                                  RED WINE
                                   (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)

                                                   BORDEAUX

                                                     ST. JULIEN
         Chateau Talbot is situated inland from the Gironde River, well behind the tiny hamlet of St. Julien-
                                    Beychevelle and just north of Gruaud larose.
           Chateau Talbot is consistently high quality and represents one of the best buys of the Medoc.
           Vintages such as the 1982 and 1986 remain the reference point for how great this wine can be.

         3118 CHATEAU TALBOT                 Fourth Growth                              1949           825.00 *
         3119 CHATEAU TALBOT                 Fourth Growth                              1959           750.00 *
         3120 CHATEAU TALBOT                 Fourth Growth                              1961           625.00 *
         3117 CHATEAU TALBOT                 Fourth Growth        Double Magnum         1964          1225.00 *
         3121 CHATEAU TALBOT                 Fourth Growth                              1966           325.00
         3122 CHATEAU TALBOT                 Fourth Growth                              1970           185.00
         3123 CHATEAU TALBOT                 Fourth Growth                              1975           150.00
         7053 CHATEAU TALBOT                 Fourth Growth        Double Magnum         1975   3.0L    575.00
         3124 CHATEAU TALBOT                 Fourth Growth                              1978           175.00
         7054 CHATEAU TALBOT                 Fourth Growth        Magnum                1978   1.5L    375.00
         3125 CHATEAU TALBOT                 Fourth Growth                              1979           150.00
         3126 CHATEAU TALBOT                 Fourth Growth                              1982           250.00
         7055 CHATEAU TALBOT                 Fourth Growth        Magnum                1982   1.5L    475.00
         3127 CHATEAU TALBOT                 Fourth Growth                              1983           195.00
         7056 CHATEAU TALBOT                 Fourth Growth        Magnum                1986           425.00
         3128 CHATEAU TALBOT                 Fourth Growth                              1995           125.00
         3129 CHATEAU TALBOT                 Fourth Growth                              1996           125.00
         3130 CHATEAU TALBOT                 Fourth Growth                              1998           125.00
         7057 CHATEAU TALBOT                 Fourth Growth        Magnum                1998   1.5L    195.00
         3131 CHATEAU TALBOT                 Fourth Growth                              2000           195.00
         3132 CHATEAU TALBOT                 Fourth Growth        Magnum                2000   1.5L    415.00
         3133 CHATEAU TALBOT                 Fourth Growth        Double Magnum         2000   3.0L    850.00
         3134 CHATEAU TALBOT                 Fourth Growth                              2001           120.00
         3135 CHATEAU TALBOT                 Fourth Growth                              2004            95.00


                                                     PAUILLAC

           Pauillac is perhaps the best appellation of Bordeaux with three premiers grands crus classés (1st
          great growth) out of five. Pauillac has 18 grands crus classés in all. The great châteaux of Pauillac
         are Château Lafite, Château Latour and Château Mouton-Rothschild. Pauillac wines generally have
          a lot of body, tannic and acid when they are young; they have an opulent bouquet with aromas of
                                         blackcurrant and cedar when they age.

             Grand Puy Lacoste is a longtime favorite of Bordeaux insiders. This wine, which has been
            remarkably regular post-World War II, usually performs much better than its pedigree. It is
         generally rich, ripe, fruity, and intense - it delivers the goods, and often more. Grand Puy Lacoste is
                                            one of the great values of Pauillac.

         3148 CHATEAU GRAND PUY LACOSTE                      Fifth Growth               1981           175.00
         7072 CHATEAU GRAND PUY LACOSTE                      Fifth Growth Magnum        1981 1.5L      350.00
         3149 CHATEAU GRAND PUY LACOSTE                      Fifth Growth               1982           350.00
         3147 CHATEAU GRAND PUY LACOSTE                      Fifth Growth               2000           295.00
         3146 CHATEAU GRAND PUY LACOSTE                      Fifth Growth               2004           125.00




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                                                 RED WINE
                                   (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)
                                                   BORDEAUX
                                                     PAUILLAC
          On 8 August 1868, Baron James de Rothschild purchased Château Lafite, which was under public
         sale as part of the Ignace-Joseph Vanlerberghe succession. Just 3 months after the purchase, Baron
         James passed away, and Lafite became the joint property of his three sons: Alphonse, Gustave and
         Edmond. The estate then included 74 hectares of vineyards. Baron Eric, nephew of Baron Elie, took
              over the management of Lafite and has been active in making it an exceptional estate. The
                  changeover was hailed by several fabulous vintages, including 1975, 1976, and 1982.
         3155 CHATEAU LAFITE ROTHSCHILD                    First Growth                1966      1250.00 *
         7088 CHATEAU LAFITE ROTHSCHILD                    First Growth   Magnum       1966 1.5L 2900.00 *
         3156 CHATEAU LAFITE ROTHSCHILD                    First Growth                1971       540.00
         3159 CHATEAU LAFITE ROTHSCHILD                    First Growth                1979       525.00
         3160 CHATEAU LAFITE ROTHSCHILD                    First Growth                1981       425.00
         7089 CHATEAU LAFITE ROTHSCHILD                    First Growth   Magnum       1981 1.5L 675.00
         3161 CHATEAU LAFITE ROTHSCHILD                    First Growth                1982      1200.00 *
         7090 CHATEAU LAFITE ROTHSCHILD                    First Growth   Magnum       1982 1.5L 2500.00 *
         3162 CHATEAU LAFITE ROTHSCHILD                    First Growth                1983       425.00
         7091 CHATEAU LAFITE ROTHSCHILD                    First Growth   Magnum       1983 1.5L 675.00*
         3163 CHATEAU LAFITE ROTHSCHILD                    First Growth                1985       500.00 *
         3164 CHATEAU LAFITE ROTHSCHILD                    First Growth                1986       825.00 *
         3165 CHATEAU LAFITE ROTHSCHILD                    First Growth                1989       625.00 *
         3166 CHATEAU LAFITE ROTHSCHILD                    First Growth                1990      1050.00 *
         7068 CARRUADES DE LAFITE ROTHSCHILD                      Magnum               1995   1.5L    195.00
         7069 CARRUADES DE LAFITE ROTHSCHILD                      Magnum               1998   1.5L    195.00
            Château Latour is the most powerful and long lasting of the Médoc 1er crus classés. Latour is
         situated in the south of the Pauillac appellation bordering St-Julien and its 65 hectares of vineyards
                             are nearer to the Gironde estuary than any other 1st Growth.
         Latour's vineyards are distinguished by their very high gravel content as well as their extraordinary
                       depth, with many of the vines penetrating as far as 5 meters into the soil.
         The high proportion of Cabernet Sauvignon makes Latour the most tannic and opaque in color. It is
         also the most impenetrable of all the 1st Growths when young. With extended cellaring, the overall
         impression becomes one of intense, piercing, blackcurrant fruits intermingled with cedar wood and
         bolstered by rich, ripe tannins. The very best Latour vintages can last for eternity and should not be
                                        approached before their 20th birthday.

         3174 CHATEAU LATOUR                               First Growth                1962          1100.00*
         3175 CHATEAU LATOUR                               First Growth                1966          1600.00*
         7094 CHATEAU LATOUR                               First Growth    Magnum      1966   1.5L   3500.00*
         3176 CHATEAU LATOUR                               First Growth                1970          1100.00*
         7094 CHATEAU LATOUR                               First Growth    Magnum      1970   1.5L   2200.00*
         3178 CHATEAU LATOUR                               First Growth                1975           575.00
         3179 CHATEAU LATOUR                               First Growth                1976           525.00
         3180 CHATEAU LATOUR                               First Growth                1978           650.00
         3181 CHATEAU LATOUR                               First Growth                1979           550.00
         7095 CHATEAU LATOUR                               First Growth    Magnum      1979   1.5L    800.00
         3182 CHATEAU LATOUR                               First Growth                1981           525.00
         3183 CHATEAU LATOUR                               First Growth                1982          1650.00 *
         7096 CHATEAU LATOUR                               First Growth    Magnum      1983   1.5L    950.00*
         3184 CHATEAU LATOUR                               First Growth                1983           550.00
         3190 CHATEAU LATOUR                               First Growth                1984           525.00
         3185 CHATEAU LATOUR                               First Growth                1986           575.00
         3186 CHATEAU LATOUR                               First Growth                1989           650.00
         3187 CHATEAU LATOUR                               First Growth                1990          1275.00
         3188 CHATEAU LATOUR                               First Growth                1994           475.00

                                            * Please inquire for availability

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                                                  RED WINE
                                    (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)
                                                    BORDEAUX
                                                      PAUILLAC
           Chateau Lynch Bages is one of the best-known Médoc estates and has maintained a particularly
         strong following. Since 1973 it has been owned and run by the enigmatic Jean-Michel Cazes. Lynch
         Bages's vineyards are superbly sited on a plateau west of Pauillac town, in the small village of Bages.
            The 90 hectares of vineyards lie on deep gravel beds over limestone. Often described as a poor
            man's Mouton, Lynch Bages can be surprisingly soft and approachable when young. However,
         when fully mature, it develops a succulent richness and a heavenly bouquet of minty blackcurrants
          and cigar boxes. As Oz Clarke says "Lynch Bages is impressive at five years, beautiful at ten years
                                              and irresistible at twenty."
         3205 CHATEAU LYNCH BAGES                           Fifth Growth                 1966          525.00
         3206 CHATEAU LYNCH BAGES                           Fifth Growth                 1975          195.00
         3207 CHATEAU LYNCH BAGES                           Fifth Growth                 1978          195.00
         7074 CHATEAU LYNCH BAGES                           Fifth Growth    Magnum       1978   1.5L   400.00
         3208 CHATEAU LYNCH BAGES                           Fifth Growth                 1981          225.00
         7075 CHATEAU LYNCH BAGES                           Fifth Growth    Magnum       1981   1.5L   450.00
         3209 CHATEAU LYNCH BAGES                           Fifth Growth                 1982          395.00
         3210 CHATEAU LYNCH BAGES                           Fifth Growth                 1983          225.00
         7076 CHATEAU LYNCH BAGES                           Fifth Growth    Magnum       1983   1.5L   450.00
         3211 CHATEAU LYNCH BAGES                           Fifth Growth                 1988          195.00
         7077 CHATEAU LYNCH BAGES                           Fifth Growth    Magnum       1988   1.5L   385.00
         3212 CHATEAU LYNCH BAGES                           Fifth Growth                 1989          475.00
         3213 CHATEAU LYNCH BAGES                           Fifth Growth                 1990          425.00
         3214 CHATEAU LYNCH BAGES                           Fifth Growth                 1995          225.00
         3217 CHATEAU LYNCH BAGES                           Fifth Growth    Magnum       1995   1.5L   475.00
         3215 CHATEAU LYNCH BAGES                           Fifth Growth                 1996          185.00
         7078 CHATEAU LYNCH BAGES                           Fifth Growth    Magnum       1998   1.5L   295.00
         3218 CHATEAU LYNCH BAGES                           Fifth Growth                 2000          295.00
         Mouton has few peers in the length and luster of its history. The famous Barons de Brane owned the
           already well-known vineyard in the 18th and early 19th centuries when it was known as Chateau
          Brane-Mouton. It was purchased by Nathaniel de Rothschild of London in 1853, who renamed it to
               Chateau Mouton Rothschild. It is now owned by Philippine de Rothschild, his great-great
           granddaughter. Mouton, always in the forefront of the greatest wines of Bordeaux, was the first
           estate to begin complete chateau bottling of the harvest -- an historic step initiated in 1924 by the
           late Philippe de Rothschild. It is the only chateau in the Medoc Classification of 1855 to achieve
               reclassification. In 1973, it was finally moved from a second growth to a first. In 1926, he
            commissioned architect Charles Sicils to build the famous "Grand Chai". In 1962, Philippe de
           Rothschild created, with his wife Pauline, the Museum of Wine and Art", in which is displayed a
            priceless collection of exhibits relating to wine and the vine, from the dawn of civilization up to
                                                        modern times.
         3221 CHATEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD                       First Growth                1959          2500.00 *
         3222 CHATEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD                       First Growth                1964           575.00 *
         3223 CHATEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD                       First Growth                1966          1400.00 *
         3224 CHATEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD                       First Growth                1967           525.00 *
         3220 CHATEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD                       First Growth                1970           650.00 *
         7083 CHATEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD                       First Growth Magnum         1970 1.5L 1325.00
         3225 CHATEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD                       First Growth                1971           475.00
         3226 CHATEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD                       First Growth                1975           450.00
         3227 CHATEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD                       First Growth                1976           450.00
         3228 CHATEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD                       First Growth                1978           575.00
         7084 CHATEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD                       First Growth Magnum         1979 1.5L 975.00
         7085 CHATEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD                       First Growth Magnum         1981 1.5L 695.00*
         3231 CHATEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD                       First Growth                1982          1800.00 *
         3232 CHATEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD                       First Growth                1983           475.00
         7086 CHATEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD                       First Growth Magnum         1983 1.5L 675.00*
         3234 CHATEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD                       First Growth                1986           875.00
         3236 CHATEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD                       First Growth                1994           425.00
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                                                  RED WINE
                                    (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)
                                                    BORDEAUX
                                                      PAUILLAC

         Château Pichon-Longueville Lalande is one of the most important Super Seconds and this 2ème Cru
          Classé Pauillac estate has made tremendous strides in the last 20 years, due largely to the energy,
              drive and ambition of May-Eliane de Lenquesaing, who took over the property in 1978.

           Pichon-Longueville Lalande is a 75-hectare property that produces on average 36,000 cases per
              year. Located in the east of the Pauillac appellation, the vineyards lie on deep gravel beds
          underpinned by clay and then sandstone and limestone (part of these vineyards actually reside in
          the St-Julien appellation). The wine is fermented in stainless steel cuvées and then matured in oak
                                         barriques (50% new) for 18 months.

         Pichon-Longueville Lalande is not as powerful or as tannic as some its Pauillac neighbors and this is
         mainly because of its relatively high Merlot content. In the best years, it is one of the most exotic and
         voluptuously scented wines of the Médoc. At least a decade of cellaring is required before the wines
                                                should be approached.

         3250 PICHON LONGUEVILLE COMTESSE DE LALANDE                      2nd Growth      1955          775.00
         3251 PICHON LONGUEVILLE COMTESSE DE LALANDE                      2nd Growth      1966          475.00 *
         3252 PICHON LONGUEVILLE COMTESSE DE LALANDE                      2nd Growth      1971          225.00
         3261 PICHON LONGUEVILLE COMTESSE DE LALANDE                      2nd Growth      1975          250.00
         7080 PICHON LONGUEVILLE COMTESSE DE LALANDE                       Magnum         1978 1.5L     575.00
         3254 PICHON LONGUEVILLE COMTESSE DE LALANDE                      2nd Growth      1979          325.00
         3255 PICHON LONGUEVILLE COMTESSE DE LALANDE                      2nd Growth      1981          250.00
         7081 PICHON LONGUEVILLE COMTESSE DE LALANDE                       Magnum         1981 1.5L     525.00
         3256 PICHON LONGUEVILLE COMTESSE DE LALANDE                      2nd Growth      1983          275.00
         3258 PICHON LONGUEVILLE COMTESSE DE LALANDE                      2nd Growth      1990          425.00
         3260 PICHON LONGUEVILLE COMTESSE DE LALANDE                      2nd Growth      1995          295.00
         3261 PICHON LONGUEVILLE COMTESSE DE LALANDE                      2nd Growth      2004          245.00

           In the 17th century, the whole of the two Chateaux Pichon-Longueville belonged to Pierre des
         Mesures de Rauzan, an important landowner of the Medoc, whose daughter married Jacques de
         Pichon, Baron de Longueville. In the 19th century, Baron Joseph de Pichon-Longueville left two-
         fifths of the vineyard to his son Raoul, and the remaining three-fifths to his daughters, Comtesse
         Sophie de Pichon-Longueville, Comtesse de Lalande and Vicomtesse de Lavaur. Not having had
          descendants, Comtresses Sophie de Pichon-Longueville and de Lavaur left their shares to their
                                            sister the Comtesse de Lalande.

          In 1935, Baron Raoul de Pichon-Longueville sold his property to the Bouteiller family. In 1987
             Pichon-Baron was sold, and Jean-Michel Cazes (proprietor of Chateau Lynch Bages and
                           Chateau Les Ormes de Pez) brought in as administrator.

           The Cabernet-dominated Pichon-Longueville Baron is a more muscular, tannic and full-bodied
          wine than that of its neighbor across the road, Pichon-Longueville Comtesse de Lalande. Recently
            winemaker Jean-Réné Matignon has astonished even Pichon's most enthusiastic fans with the
         quality of this wine (and indeed at his other estate Ch. Pibran as well). The best examples of Pichon-
         Longueville Baron have layer upon layer of unctuous, vanilla-scented, blackcurrant and cassis fruit,
                              intermingled with cigar box and lead pencil shaving aromas.
                                      They require cellaring for at least 10 years.

         3270 CHATEAU PICHON LONGUEVILLE BARON                     Second Growth          1964          450.00 *
         3271 CHATEAU PICHON LONGUEVILLE BARON                     Second Growth          1966          595.00 *
         3272 CHATEAU PICHON LONGUEVILLE BARON                     Second Growth          1970          295.00
         3273 CHATEAU PICHON LONGUEVILLE BARON                     Second Growth          1975          295.00
         3274 CHATEAU PICHON LONGUEVILLE BARON                     Second Growth          1990          325.00


                                             * Please inquire for availability
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                                                RED WINE
                                  (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)
                                                 BORDEAUX
                                                   MARGAUX
         Margaux lays on a soil of white graves - a special kind of gravel brought from the mountains by the
         river. Margaux is the quintessence of the terroir and of the winemaker's work. Château Margaux
         produces the most delicate wine of the Médoc. They are 18 Grands Crus Classés (great growths) in
                 Margaux. Margaux wines have a full-flavored bouquet and a magnificent elegance.




        Château Margaux, interplanetary symbol of wine, has a very old reputation. In the 15th century, it
         was known as Lamothe, a fortified castle site in Bordeaux region. In 1750, Mr de Fumel planted a
          large quantity of fine grape-variety. In 1802, it was bought by the Marquis de la Colonilla, who
                               razed the old castle to the ground and built a new one.
  Chateau Margaux has been owned by the Mentzelopoulos family since 1978. The vineyards lie on sandy-
  stone topsoil, beneath which is gravel and then clay. The wine is fermented in a mixture of stainless steel
                vats and oak casks and is matured for 18 months in 100% new oak barriques.
       3317 CHATEAU MARGAUX                                First Growth                1945        8500.00 *
       3318 CHATEAU MARGAUX                                First Growth                1959        2500.00 *
       3320 CHATEAU MARGAUX                                First Growth                1966        1250.00 *
       3322 CHATEAU MARGAUX                                First Growth                1978          575.00
       7105 CHATEAU MARGAUX                                First Growth Magnum         1979 1.5L 995.00*
       3324 CHATEAU MARGAUX                                First Growth                1981          550.00
       7106 CHATEAU MARGAUX                                First Growth Magnum         1981 1.5L 1125.00*
       3325 CHATEAU MARGAUX                                First Growth                1982        1600.00
       7107 CHATEAU MARGAUX                                First Growth Magnum         1982 1.5L 3900.00
       3331 CHATEAU MARGAUX                                First Growth                1990        1350.00
         3341 PAVILLON ROUGE DU CHATEAU MARGAUX                                       1994          225.00
         This historic vineyard is considered to be a first cru in Cantenac. Known by the name "Gorce" until
            the Chateau was brought by the Baron of Brane in 1820, the estate encompasses the best land
          around the village of Cantenac. The Baron sold his other Chateau, "Brane-Mouton" (later to be
           renamed "Mouton-Rothschild") in order to devote himself entirely to Brane-Cantenac. Today
             Lucien Lurton owns the Chateau. The famed Emile Peynaud serves as consulting enologist.
         3202 CHATEAU BRANE CANTENAC                     Second Growth            1959              350.00
         3203 CHATEAU BRANE CANTENAC                     Second Growth            1961              425.00
         3204 CHATEAU BRANE CANTENAC                     Second Growth            1966              295.00
         3295 CHATEAU BRANE CANTENAC                     Second Growth            1970              225.00
         3296 CHATEAU BRANE CANTENAC                     Second Growth            1975              175.00
         3297 CHATEAU BRANE CANTENAC                     Second Growth            1978              225.00
         3298 CHATEAU BRANE CANTENAC                     Second Growth            1981              195.00
         3300 CHATEAU BRANE CANTENAC                     Second Growth            1983              225.00
         7100 CHATEAU BRANE CANTENAC                     Second Growth     Magnum 1983       1.5L   450.00
         7101 CHATEAU BRANE CANTENAC                     Second Growth     Magnum 1998       1.5L   225.00
         3305 CHATEAU DE CLAIREFONT                                                   1996          150.00
         3310 CHATEAU LASCOMBES                          Second Growth                1970          165.00
         3311 CHATEAU LASCOMBES                          Second Growth                1978          175.00
         3312 CHATEAU LASCOMBES                          Second Growth                1979          150.00
         3280 CHATEAU PALMER                             Third Growth                 1989          375.00
         3291 CHATEAU PRIEURE LICHINE             Fourth Growth                       1978          195.00*
         3292 CHATEAU PRIEURE LICHINE             Fourth Growth                       1982          295.00
         3293 CHATEAU PRIEURE LICHINE             Fourth Growth                       2004          155.00
                                   * Please inquire for availability
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                                                 RED WINE
                                   (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)

                                                   BORDEAUX

                                                      GRAVES
          The area of Graves gets its name from the soil. Graves are a mix of gravels, clay and sand carried
          out by the river. Graves appellation is located just outside the town of Bordeaux. The red wines of
          Graves are recognizable by their garnet-red color, rich, attractive and more robust than the other
                                                      Médoc wines.




                                              CHATEAU HAUT BRION
           The oldest and smallest of the four First Growth Properties classified in the 1855 classification of
                                                   the Gironde wines.
           Although by all accounts the vine has been rampant in these parts since at least Roman times, the
          earliest written mention archivists have discovered dates back to only 1423, citing a parcel of vines
           being cultivated at Haut-Brion. In the early days wines were known by the name of the parishes
          from whence they came. Later they became known as clarets. In the case of Haut-Brion, under the
         great stewardship of the Pontac family, the wine's reputation was for years represented by the name
                                     of this enlightened and well-respected family.
         Eventually as its renown grew, the name of the Estate came to replace that of its owners. The notion
           of a Great Growth was born! The first written mention of the wine can be found in the Diaries of
             Samuel Pepys. While visiting the Royal Oak Tavern in London on April 10, 1663 Pepys wrote
          "There I drank a sort of French wine called Ho-Bryan (sic) which hath a good and most particular
                                       taste which I never before encountered...".

         3374 CHATEAU HAUT BRION                    First Growth                       1975           450.00
         3376 CHATEAU HAUT BRION                    First Growth                       1978           625.00
         3377 CHATEAU HAUT BRION                    First Growth                       1981           475.00
         7110 CHATEAU HAUT BRION                    First Growth   Magnum              1983 1.5L      975.00
         3382 CHATEAU HAUT BRION                    First Growth                       1995           475.00
         Château La Mission-Haut-Brion is the greatest Graves wine after Haut-Brion and in some vintages
          is considered the superior wine of the two. La Mission-Haut-Brion is situated just across the road
         from Haut-Brion in the commune of Talence in the southern suburbs of Bordeaux. Since 1983, both
                   properties have been under the same ownership, Domaine Clarence Dillon S.A.

         3360 CHATEAU LA MISSION HAUT BRION                                            1970         425.00
         3362 CHATEAU LA MISSION HAUT BRION                                            1976         400.00
         3363 CHATEAU LA MISSION HAUT BRION                                            1978         550.00
         7115 CHATEAU LA MISSION HAUT BRION                        Magnum              1978   1.5L 1050.00
         7116 CHATEAU LA MISSION HAUT BRION                        Magnum              1979   1.5L 900.00*
         3365 CHATEAU LA MISSION HAUT BRION                                            1986         285.00
           Château Haut-Bailly is a Graves Cru Classé estate that has hit form in the last 5-7 years. Haut-
           Bailly was bought by the Sanders family in 1955 and was run by Jean Sanders until 1998 when
          Robert G. Wilmers, an American banker, purchased it. It is located in the commune of Léognan,
                             which has a greater association with white wine production.
          Haut-Bailly is renowned for its smoothness and silkiness but, since the mid 1990s, the wines have
          better depth of fruit as well as more grip, concentration and body. They are now amongst the top
                                           echelons of Pessac-Léognan wines.

         3356 CHATEAU HAUT BAILLY                          Fifth Growth                1970           195.00

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                                                   BORDEAUX




                                                   ST. EMILION
         Saint-Emilion is the oldest wine area of the Bordeaux region. Saint Emilion wines are considered the
          most robust of the Bordeaux. They are generous, deeply colored, and reach their maturity quicker
                                               than other red Bordeaux.

                                                CHATEAU AUSONE
          Chateau Ausone is named after the Roman poet Ausonius who owned over 100 acres of vineyard
          around Saint Emilion. It is perched on the hillside in the southern outskirts of the village of Saint
                                                        Emilion.
         Ausone has only 7.3 hectares of vines and its vineyards (Merlot 50%, Cabernet Franc 50%) flourish
            on a steep, southeast-facing slope, protecting them from cold north winds and westerly rain.
         3402 CHATEAU AUSONE                Premier Grand Cru Classe                   1964          975.00
         7120 CHATEAU AUSONE                Premier Grand Cru Classe      Magnum       1983    1.5L 1100.00

                                                 CHATEAU CANON
            Château Canon, a famous St.Emilion property, is named after Jacques Kanon who bought the
           estate in 1760. Since 1996 it has been owned by Chanel, who also owns Château Rauzan-Ségla in
                                                       Margaux.
         3410 CHATEAU CANON                         Premier Grand Cru Classe           1983           295.00
         3411 CHATEAU CANON                         Premier Grand Cru Classe           1986           325.00

                                            CHATEAU CHEVAL BLANC
           Cheval Blanc produces the most famous Cabernet Franc-based wine in the world and present
          régisseur Pierre Lurton is amongst the most talented winemakers working in Bordeaux today.
         Cheval Blanc requires a minimum 10 years of bottle age and the best vintages can last for 50 years
                                                   or more.
         3416 CHATEAU CHEVAL BLANC                  Premier Grand Cru Classe           1975           450.00
         3418 CHATEAU CHEVAL BLANC                  Premier Grand Cru Classe           1978           825.00

         3397 CHATEAU L’ARROSEE                     Premier Grand Cru Classe           1985           245.00
         3398 CHATEAU L’ARROSEE                     Premier Grand Cru Classe           1986           225.00
         3399 CHATEAU L’ARROSEE                     Premier Grand Cru Classe           2000           250.00
          Château Troplong Mondotv is a St. Emilion Grand Cru Classé property that has in the last decade
             been producing wines that are the equal of many 1er Grand Cru Classé estates. Its handsome
         château dates back to 1745 and Troplong-Mondot was originally part of one sizeable domaine which
           included the vineyards of Château Pavie. It became autonomous in 1850 when it was acquired by
         Raymond Troplong. Later on, it was bought by Alexandre Valette and today it is owned and run by
                                         his great-granddaughter, Christine.
         3400 CHATEAU TROPLONG MONDOT                  Grand Cru Classe                1995           225.00
         3401 CHATEAU TROPLONG MONDOT                  Grand Cru Classe                2004           145.00
         3405 CHATEAU GAFFELIERE                    Premier Grand Cru Classe           2000           195.00

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                                                  BORDEAUX
                                                    POMEROL
          With 800 ha (less than 2,000 acres) Pomerol is the smallest wine producing area in the Bordeaux
         region. A ranking is not warmly welcome. You will not find the typical large Bordeaux chateaux as
              found in the Médoc area; however, Pomerol hosts one of the most famous of all: Pétrus.
               The Pomerol wine can be more robust, while maintaining an exclusive velvety quality.

         7136 CHATEAU DE SALES                                   Magnum                1997   1.5L    140.00

          Château Certan de May is a first class Pomerol estate that takes its name from a Scottish family
          who established themselves in Pomerol in the 17th century. It is now owned by Odette Barreau-
         Badar and is located in the east of the appellation, on the Pomerol plateau between Vieux-Chateaux
                                   Certan and Pétrus, and directly opposite Le Pin.
         3442 CHATEAU CERTAN DE MAY DE CERTAN                                          1978           350.00
         3443 CHATEAU CERTAN DE MAY DE CERTAN                                          1979           350.00
         3444 CHATEAU CERTAN DE MAY DE CERTAN                                          2000           295.00
         3445 CHATEAU CLINET                                                           2004           165.00
         3439 CHATEAU GOMBAUDE GUILLOT, Cuvee Speciale                                 1986           150.00
         3440 CHATEAU GOMBAUDE GUILLOT                                                 1998           130.00

         3449 CHATEAU L’EVANGILE                                                       1989           425.00
         7134 CHATEAU LA CONSEILLANTE                            Magnum                1988   1.5L    725.00
         3459 CHATEAU LA CONSEILLANTE                                                  1990           575.00

           Lafleur's wine is typically a blend of Merlot (50%) and Cabernet Franc (50%). It is aged in small
          oak barrels (50% new) for 18 months. Wines from Lafleur display a spectacularly intense perfume
           (partly attributable to the high percentage of Cabernet Franc in the blend) and display multiple
         layers of concentrated black fruits, minerals, tobacco spices and creamy liquorice on the palate. The
                                         best vintages can last for up to 50 years.
         3470 CHATEAU LAFLEUR                                                          1985          1400.00
         3471 CHATEAU LAFLEUR                                                          1986          1400.00

            Chateau Le Pin was first produced in 1979. This was the year that the Thienpont family (wine
              merchants from Belgium) purchased the property from Madame Laubie, whose family had
               acquired it in 1924. The Thienpont family owns six properties in Bordeaux including the
          neighboring and well-known Vieux-Chateau-Certan. The name, Le Pin, comes from a solitary Pine
                                     tree that grows near the winemaking facility.
         3475 CHATEAU LE PIN                                                         1983         2700.00
         3425 CHATEAU PETITE VILLAGE                                                   1989           225.00
           Château Trotanoy is a leading Pomerol estate that has been owned by Jean-Pierre Mouiex since
          1953. The vineyards are rich in clay and gravel and are planted with Merlot (90%) and Cabernet
                                                    Franc (10%).
         7128 CHATEAU TROTANOY                                   Magnum              1978 1.5L 900.00
         3502 CHATEAU TROTANOY                                                       1983        350.00
         7130 CHATEAU TROTANOY                                   Magnum              1983 1.5L 750.00
           Vieux Château Certan's wine is composed of 85% Merlot and 15% Cabernet Franc, set amongst
            13.5 ha. Vieux Château Certan's style has always been lighter than that of La Conseillante and
          Pétrus. The reason for this may be the fact that they only use 75% new oak in their maturation, as
                                    opposed to 100% from the top two producers.
         3508 VIEUX CHATEAU CERTAN                                                     1978           375.00
         3509 VIEUX CHATEAU CERTAN                                                     1994           250.00
         7132 VIEUX CHATEAU CERTAN                               Magnum                1994   1.5L    550.00

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                                                  BORDEAUX

                                                     POMEROL




             At the end of World War II, Pétrus produced an extraordinary wine, as did many Bordeaux
              properties in 1945. It was this vintage that brought Pétrus to the attention of wine buyers
          internationally, and locally confirmed the estimation of the vineyard's potential held by Christian
           Moueix's father, Jean-Pierre Moueix. His company of wine merchants, Ets. Jean-Pierre Moueix,
         was the most influential négociant house of the "right bank" of the Dordogne, including the merlot-
           dominated appellations of Pomerol and Saint-Émilion. The company acquired exclusive selling
          rights of Pétrus in 1945 and, in 1964, three years after the death of Mme. Loubat, it acquired a 50
         percent interest in the domaine by buying the shares of one of her two heirs. Today Pétrus is owned
         by Jean-Pierre Moueix and Madame Lily Paul Lacoste, Mme. Loubat's niece. It is administered by
                                                   Christian Moueix.
         In 1969, Pétrus was enlarged to its present size with the purchase of five hectares (about 12.5 acres)
            from Château Gazin, and, thereafter, the current varietal composition of 95 percent merlot/5
                                 percent cabernet franc was obtained by replanting.
         3479 CHATEAU PETRUS                                                            1966          3800.00
         3479 CHATEAU PETRUS                                                            1970          2500.00 *
         3480 CHATEAU PETRUS                                                            1971          2600.00
         3481 CHATEAU PETRUS                                                            1975          1775.00 *
         3482 CHATEAU PETRUS                                                            1976          1100.00 *
         3483 CHATEAU PETRUS                                                            1978          1100.00
         3484 CHATEAU PETRUS                                                            1979           950.00
         3485 CHATEAU PETRUS                                                            1981           895.00 *
         3486 CHATEAU PETRUS                                                            1982          3200.00 *
         3487 CHATEAU PETRUS                                                            1983          1200.00
         3488 CHATEAU PETRUS                                                            1984           795.00 *
         3489 CHATEAU PETRUS                                                            1985          1900.00 *
         3490 CHATEAU PETRUS                                                            1988          1800.00 *

         Chateau La Fleur-Patrus is one of Jean-Pierre Moueix's jewels. Its 9 hectares produce wines that
          vary greatly from that of its great neighbor Petrus. The land plays a vital role here, with a deep
          terroir which impregnates the wine with natural elegance and finesse. Equally important is the
         Cabernet-Franc, used in large quantities. The result is superb, with wines to be kept for almost ten
                                                        years.

         3462 CHATEAU LA FLEUR-PETRUS                                                   1993           250.00
         3463 CHATEAU LA FLEUR-PETRUS                                                   1994           295.00
         3465 CHATEAU LA FLEUR-PETRUS                                                   1996           325.00

                                                     FRONSAC
            Fronsac wine region is a lovely area of hills along the Dordogne and l'Isle rivers, west of Saint
         Émilion. Until the 19th centuries, Fronsac wine was one of the most popular in the region. Merlot is
          the most important grape, giving the wine body and richness and allowing it a strong personality.

         7138 CHATEAU LA VIEILLE CURE                             Magnum                1995   1.5L    110.00

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                                                 AMERICAN
                                           CABERNET SAUVIGNON




          Cabernet Sauvignon was first produced as a wine in Sonoma in the late ninenteeth century while
          many of Napa's reds at this time were made from Rhone varieties & Zinfandel. The viticultural
              boom was accelerated by the transnational railway but then stopped dead in its tracks by
         phylloxera during the 1890s. However, as with Europe, a negative was turned into a positive as the
           disease allowed the industry to effect many viticultural improvements (varieties, vine densities,
             trellising). Prohibition threatened to further derail the industry further, were it not for an
              unprecedented demand for grapes for home winemaking, as well as for sacramental wine.

          Cabernet Sauvignon makes the most dependable candidate for aging, more often improving into a
           truly great wine than any other single varietal. With age, its distinctive black currant aroma can
           develop bouquet nuances of cedar, violets, leather, or cigar box and its typically tannic edge may
                                           soften and smooth considerably.

         1008 ANDREW GEOFFREY VINEYARDS, Diamond Mountain, Napa Valley                 2001          165.00
         1009 ARROWOOD, Sonoma County                                                  1995          145.00
         1010 ARROWOOD, Sonoma County                                                  2000          145.00

         The Eisele Vineyard is one of the most respected Cabernet Sauvignon vineyards in the Napa Valley,
            equivalent to a premier cru Bordeaux. Warm days, cool nights and well-drained cobbled soils
           produce remarkable wines. The vineyard was established more than 120 years ago and was first
          planted to Cabernet Sauvignon in 1964. When Bart and Daphne Araujo acquired it in 1990 they
          began extensive renovation, refining the varietal mix and upgrading clone-rootstock combinations
            to realize the property's potential for joining the international elite of limited production wine
                                         estates oriented exclusively to quality.

         1011 ARAUJO, “Eisele Vineyard”, Calistoga, Napa                               1996          475.00
         1013 ARAUJO, “Eisele Vineyard”, Calistoga, Napa                               1998          350.00
         1014 ARAUJO, “Eisele Vineyard”, Calistoga, Napa                               1999          375.00
         1015 ARAUJO, “Eisele Vineyard”, Calistoga, Napa                               2001          375.00

          With passion and patience, Fiona and Hal Barnett created this vineyard and winery in 1983 with
         the intent of producing small amounts of hand crafted Cabernet Sauvignon wines from their estate.
          Since the first vintage of Barnett Vineyards, Spring Mountain has proven to deserve its own AVA
         and has become known as a unique microclimate, producing exceptional Cabernet Sauvignons and
                                                        Merlots.

         1017 BARNETT VINEYARD, Spring Mountain District, Napa Valley                  1997          225.00
         1018 BARNETT VINEYARD, Spring Mountain District, Napa Valley                  1999          195.00
         1019 BARNETT VINEYARD, Spring Mountain District, Napa Valley                  2000          165.00
         1016 BARNETT VINEYARD, Spring Mountain District, Napa Valley                  2001          175.00


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                                               AMERICAN
                                          CABERNET SAUVIGNON
         Beaulieu Vineyard was established in 1900 by Georges de Latour and his wife Fernande when they
          purchased 4 acres in Rutherford, California. The winery derives its name from the french phrase
         "Quel Beaulieu" which translated to English means "beautiful place". Legend has it that Fernande
             uttered these words when she first saw the land. Georges de Latour had a single vision for
          BEAULIEU VINEYARDS: to bring world-class wine to America. He accomplished this goal and
             more—Georges and master winemaker Andre Tchelistcheff revolutionized the process by
                                pioneering the ageing of wine in small oak barrels.

         1005 BEAULIEU VINEYARDS, “Tapestry”, Reserve, Rutherford, Napa Valley 1996               145.00
         1006 BEAULIEU VINEYARDS, “Tapestry”, Reserve, Rutherford, Napa Valley 2000               125.00
         1007 BEAULIEU VINEYARDS, “Tapestry”, Reserve, Rutherford, Napa Valley 2002               125.00

         1020 BEAULIEU VINEYARDS, Georges De Latour, Private Reserve, Napa          1975           225.00
         1021 BEAULIEU VINEYARDS, Georges De Latour, Private Reserve, Napa          1982           225.00
         1022 BEAULIEU VINEYARDS, Georges De Latour, Private Reserve, Napa          1983           225.00
         1023 BEAULIEU VINEYARDS, Georges De Latour, Private Reserve, Napa          1984           225.00
         1024 BEAULIEU VINEYARDS, Georges De Latour, Private Reserve, Napa          1985           225.00
         7201 BEAULIEU VINEYARDS, Georges De Latour, Private Reserve, Napa          1985   1.5L    450.00
         1025 BEAULIEU VINEYARDS, Georges De Latour, Private Reserve, Napa          1986           250.00
         1026 BEAULIEU VINEYARDS, Georges De Latour, Private Reserve, Napa          1987           225.00
         7202 BEAULIEU VINEYARDS, Georges De Latour, Private Reserve, Napa          1987   1.5L    390.00
         1027 BEAULIEU VINEYARDS, Georges De Latour, Private Reserve, Napa          1991           225.00
         1028 BEAULIEU VINEYARDS, Georges De Latour, Private Reserve, Napa          1992           175.00
         1029 BEAULIEU VINEYARDS, Georges De Latour, Private Reserve, Napa          1993           175.00
         1030 BEAULIEU VINEYARDS, Georges De Latour, Private Reserve, Napa          1994           250.00
         7206 BEAULIEU VINEYARDS, Georges De Latour, Private Reserve, Napa          1994   3.0L   1100.00
         1031 BEAULIEU VINEYARDS, Georges De Latour, Private Reserve, Napa          1995           185.00
         1032 BEAULIEU VINEYARDS, Georges De Latour, Private Reserve, Napa          1996           175.00
         1033 BEAULIEU VINEYARDS, Georges De Latour, Private Reserve, Napa          1997           250.00
         7197 BEAULIEU VINEYARDS, Georges De Latour, Private Reserve, Napa          1997   1.5L    550.00
         7204 BEAULIEU VINEYARDS, Georges De Latour, Private Reserve, Napa          1997   3.0L   1100.00
         7205 BEAULIEU VINEYARDS, Georges De Latour, Private Reserve, Napa          1997   6.0L   2200.00
         7206 BEAULIEU VINEYARDS, Georges De Latour, Private Reserve, Napa          2001           175.00
         7207 BEAULIEU VINEYARDS, Georges De Latour, Private Reserve, Napa          2003           195.00

         Napa’s benchmark wine producer since its establishment in 1876 by brothers Jacob and Frederick
         Beringer, Beringer embodies the timeless appeal and seductive flavor of Napa Valley more than any
          other winery. Beringer today is guided by the inspired partnership of celebrated wine master Ed
                                      Sbragia and winemaker Laurie Hook.

         1040 BERINGER VINEYARDS, Reserve, St. Helena, Napa Valley                  1985       195.00
         1042 BERINGER VINEYARDS, Reserve, St. Helena, Napa Valley                  1991       225.00
         1043 BERINGER VINEYARDS, Reserve, St. Helena, Napa Valley                  1994       275.00
         1044 BERINGER VINEYARDS, Reserve, St. Helena, Napa Valley                  1995       175.00
         1045 BERINGER VINEYARDS, Reserve, St. Helena, Napa Valley                  1996       185.00
         1046 BERINGER VINEYARDS, Reserve, St. Helena, Napa Valley                  1997       250.00
         7198 BERINGER VINEYARDS, Reserve, St. Helena, Napa Valley Magnum           1997 1.5L 525.00
         7199 BERINGER VINEYARDS, Reserve, St. Helena, Napa Double Magnum           1997 3.0L 1050.00
         1047 BERINGER VINEYARDS, Reserve, St. Helena, Napa Valley                  1999       180.00
         1048 BERINGER VINEYARDS, Reserve, St. Helena, Napa Valley                  2001       195.00
         1049 BERINGER VINEYARDS, Reserve, St. Helena, Napa Valley                  2002       195.00




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                                                  AMERICAN
                                            CABERNET SAUVIGNON

           Don Bryant, who has spared no expense in promoting the terrior of Pritchard Hill, has recently
              hired Philippe Melka (Helen Turley led many successful vintages prior) whose Bordeaux
            background and experience with labels such as Quintessa and Constant is anticipated to add
         austerity and structure to Bryant's already flamboyant and opulent style. Enologist Michel Rolland
                                           has also signed on as consultant.

         1060 BRYANT FAMILY, Oakville, Napa                                             1994            695.00 *
         1061 BRYANT FAMILY, Oakville, Napa                                             1995            650.00 *
         1062 BRYANT FAMILY, Oakville, Napa                                             1996            650.00 *
         1063 BRYANT FAMILY, Oakville, Napa                                             1997            750.00 *
         1064 BRYANT FAMILY, Oakville, Napa                                             1998            600.00 *
         1065 BRYANT FAMILY, Oakville, Napa                                             1999            675.00 *
         1066 BRYANT FAMILY, Oakville, Napa                                             2000            675.00 *

         Cakebread Cellars started from scratch in 1973. The property was predominantly pasture; the few
          existing Sauvignon Vert, Malvasia, Early Burgundy and other obscure vines were not only useless
            for fine wine production but in some cases unidentifiable. Consultation with the University of
             California at Davis determined that the best varieties to plant were Cabernet Sauvignon and
          Sauvignon Blanc. The family business has grown from the initial production of less than 200 cases
         of Chardonnay in 1973 to a thriving enterprise with a strong reputation for quality and distribution
                         in many countries. The Cakebread Cellars winery was built in 1980.

         1077 CAKEBREAD CELLARS, Rutherford, Napa Valley                                1995            195.00
         1079 CAKEBREAD CELLARS, Rutherford, Napa Valley                                1997            250.00
         1080 CAKEBREAD CELLARS, Rutherford, Napa Valley                                1998            195.00
         1082 CAKEBREAD CELLARS, Rutherford, Napa Valley                                2002            185.00
         1083 CAKEBREAD CELLARS, Rutherford, Napa Valley                  Magnum        2005 1.5L       375.00

         Caymus Vineyards was founded in 1972 by Charles F. (Charlie) Wagner, Lorna Belle Glos Wagner and
           their son Charles J. (Chuck) Wagner on the family's Rutherford property. The Wagner’s produced
          their first Cabernet Sauvignon from the 1972 vintage. Their first Special Selection - from outstanding
                  Cabernet Sauvignon lots given extended barrel aging - was made from the 1975 vintage.

         1101 CAYMUS VINEYARDS, Rutherford, Napa Valley                                 1995            195.00
         1102 CAYMUS VINEYARDS, Rutherford, Napa Valley                                 1996            195.00
         1104 CAYMUS VINEYARDS, Rutherford, Napa Valley                                 1998            185.00
         1118 CAYMUS VINEYARDS, Rutherford, Napa Valley                                 1999            195.00
         1105 CAYMUS VINEYARDS, Rutherford, Napa Valley                Magnum           2000 1.5L       375.00
         1104 CAYMUS VINEYARDS, Rutherford, Napa Valley                                 2001            195.00

         1109 CAYMUS VINEYARDS, Special Selection, Rutherford, Napa Valley              1987             425.00
         1110 CAYMUS VINEYARDS, Special Selection, Rutherford, Napa Valley              1990             425.00
         7206 CAYMUS VINEYARDS, Special Selection, Rutherford, Napa Valley              1990    3.0L    1700.00
         1111 CAYMUS VINEYARDS, Special Selection, Rutherford, Napa Valley              1991             425.00
         1112 CAYMUS VINEYARDS, Special Selection, Rutherford, Napa Valley              1994             425.00
         1116 CAYMUS VINEYARDS, Special Selection, Rutherford, Napa Valley              1997             425.00
         7208 CAYMUS VINEYARDS, Special Selection, Rutherford, Napa Valley              1997    1.5L     875.00
         7207 CAYMUS VINEYARDS, Special Selection, Rutherford, Napa Valley              2000    3.0L   1300.00*
         1117 CAYMUS VINEYARDS, Special Selection, Rutherford, Napa Valley              2001             395.00
         1117 CAYMUS VINEYARDS, Special Selection, Rutherford, Napa Valley              2001    1.5L     825.00
         1119 CAYMUS VINEYARDS, Special Selection, Rutherford, Napa Valley              2004             395.00


                                            * Please inquire for availability


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                                                RED WINE
                                  (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)

                                                AMERICAN
                                          CABERNET SAUVIGNON

          In 1976 Chateau Montelena put California at the forefront of the wine world. That year a who's-
              who of the French wine and food establishment gathered for a grand tasting at the Inter-
         Continental Hotel in Paris. Four white Burgundies were tasted against six California Chardonnays.
          When the scores were tallied, the French Judges were convinced that the top-ranking white wine
         was one of their own. In fact, it was Chateau Montelena's 1973 Chardonnay, rated above all other
         wines. The results proved that Chateau Montelena could produce some of the world's finest wines,
                                and that California's wine industry had come of age.

         7209 CHATEAU MONTELENA, Napa Valley, Napa              Magnum              1987 1.5L     495.00
         1126 CHATEAU MONTELENA, Napa Valley, Napa                                  1990          250.00
         1138 CHATEAU MONTELENA, Napa Valley, Napa              Magnum              1990 1.5L     525.00
         1137 CHATEAU MONTELENA, Napa Valley, Napa              Magnum              1991 1.5L     595.00
         1128 CHATEAU MONTELENA, Napa Valley, Napa                                  1992          195.00
         1127 CHATEAU MONTELENA, Napa Valley, Napa                                  1993          195.00
         1135 CHATEAU MONTELENA, Napa Valley, Napa                                  1994          325.00
         1129 CHATEAU MONTELENA, Napa Valley, Napa                                  1995          195.00
         1130 CHATEAU MONTELENA, Napa Valley, Napa                                  1996          195.00
         1131 CHATEAU MONTELENA, Napa Valley, Napa                                  1997          295.00
         1136 CHATEAU MONTELENA, Napa Valley, Napa              Magnum              1997 1.5L     595.00
         1132 CHATEAU MONTELENA, Napa Valley, Napa                                  1998          175.00
         1134 CHATEAU MONTELENA, Napa Valley, Napa                                  1999          240.00
         1133 CHATEAU MONTELENA, Napa Valley, Napa                                  2000          180.00
         7208 CHATEAU MONTELENA, Napa Valley, Napa              Magnum              2000 1.5L     360.00
         7210 CHATEAU MONTELENA, Napa Valley, Napa                                  2001          185.00
         7211 CHATEAU MONTELENA, Napa Valley, Napa              Magnum              2001 1.5L     375.00
         7212 CHATEAU MONTELENA, Napa Valley, Napa              Double Magnum       2001 3.0L     775.00

         1144 CHATEAU POTELLE, Mount Veeder, Napa Valley                            1999          145.00
         1145 CHATEAU POTELLE, Mount Veeder, Napa Valley                            2002          120.00

         1149 CHIMNEY ROCK, Stags Leap District, Napa Valley                        2005          115.00
         7213 CHIMNEY ROCK, Stags Leap District, Napa Valley            Magnum      2005   1.5L   235.00

           Ann Barry Colgin, owner of Colgin Cellars in Napa Valley, California has helped forge a world-
         renowned reputation for California’s small production, handcrafted red wines. The Colgin Cellars’
         intensely endowed wines are produced from exceptional hillside vineyards in the St. Helena area of
          Napa Valley. These unique sites, coupled with the highest quality vineyard management and neo-
           classical winemaking techniques, produce wines with distinctive personalities. Founded in 1992,
            Colgin Cellars produces five wines: Tychson Hill Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon, Herb Lamb
          Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon, Cariad Napa Valley Red Wine, IX Estate Napa Valley Red Wine
                                                and IX Estate Syrah.

         1150 COLGIN, “Herb Lamb Vineyard”, Napa                                    1995          525.00 *
         1152 COLGIN, “Herb Lamb Vineyard”, Napa                                    1998          495.00 *
         1153 COLGIN, “Herb Lamb Vineyard”, Napa                                    1999          525.00 *
         1154 COLGIN, “Cariad”, Napa                                                1999          525.00 *
         1155 COLGIN, “Cariad”, Napa                                                2001          525.00 *



                                          * Please inquire for availability




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                                                 RED WINE
                                   (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)

                                                  AMERICAN
                                           CABERNET SAUVIGNON
          Dalla Valle Vineyards is a small, family-owned winery that was founded in 1986. The winery and
          vineyards are located on a plateau 400 feet above the valley floor, in the eastern hills of Oakville,
          Napa Valley. The combination of perfect sun exposure and the cooling marine influence from the
            Pacific Ocean make this an ideal site for world class winegrowing. Dalla Valle has reached an
         admirable level of acceptance in the last decade and produces some of the most sought out Cabernet
           Sauvignon and proprietary red wine in California. Wines made from Dalla Valle Vineyards are
         pure unbridled expressions of fruit at its most powerful and concentrated levels. These wines are of
                       immense stature and richness with well-integrated tannin and acidity.

         1156 DALLA VALLE, Oakville, Napa                                              1999           325.00
         1157 DALLA VALLE, Oakville, Napa                                              2000           295.00
         1158 DALLA VALLE, Oakville, Napa                                              2001           325.00
         1307 DALLA VALLE, “Maya”, Oakville, Napa                                      2000           575.00

            Diamond Creek is California's first exclusively Cabernet Sauvignon Estate Vineyard. It was
             established in 1968 in Calistoga by Al Brounstein, a visionary pioneer who defied modern
          conventions and planted Bordeaux varietals on secluded Diamond Mountain in the Napa Valley.

         1160 DIAMOND CREEK, “Gravelly Meadow”, Napa Valley, Napa                      1993           295.00
         1161 DIAMOND CREEK, “Gravelly Meadow”, Napa Valley, Napa                      1998           250.00
         1162 DIAMOND CREEK, “Gravelly Meadow”, Napa Valley, Napa                      1999           295.00
         1163 DIAMOND CREEK, “Volcanic Hill”, Napa Valley, Napa                        1991           325.00
         1164 DIAMOND CREEK, “Volcanic Hill”, Napa Valley, Napa                        1998           250.00
         1165 DIAMOND CREEK, “Volcanic Hill”, Napa Valley, Napa                        1999           295.00
         1166 DIAMOND CREEK, “Red Rock Terrace”, Napa Valley, Napa                     1997           375.00
         1167 DIAMOND CREEK, “Red Rock Terrace”, Napa Valley, Napa                     1998           250.00
         1168 DIAMOND CREEK, “Red Rock Terrace”, Napa Valley, Napa                     1999           295.00

          Randy Dunn was the winemaker at Caymus from 1975 to 1982 and helped establish that winery's
          reputation as a producer of premium red wines. In the late 1970s he reestablished a vineyard on
           Howell Mountain and began to make his own Cabernet Sauvignon wines. His first release was a
          1979 Vintage, and in 1982 he left Caymus to devote his energies to Dunn Vineyards. The Howell
         Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon is produced from 10 acres (five belonging to Randy Dunn and five to
                                     his neighbor) on its namesake mountain.

         1190 DUNN VINEYARDS, Howell Mountain, Napa                                    1988 5.0L 1925.00 *
         1193 DUNN VINEYARDS, Howell Mountain, Napa                                    1990       325.00
         1191 DUNN VINEYARDS, Howell Mountain, Napa                                    1991       325.00
         1192 DUNN VINEYARDS, Howell Mountain, Napa                                    1998       250.00

         1190 DUNN VINEYARDS, Napa Valley                                              2002           195.00

          The underlying philosophy at Etude Wines is that winemaking begins in the vineyard, months and
          even years before the grapes are harvested. The Etude winemaking team – Tony Soter, Jon Priest
         and Franci Ashton – believe that inspired grape growing diminishes the need for intervention by the
                      winemaker, the end result being superior wines that are grown, not made.

         1201 ETUDE, Napa Valley, Napa                                                 1998           195.00
         1202 ETUDE, Napa Valley, Napa                                                 1999           195.00
         7217 FAR NIENTE, Oakville, Napa Valley            Magnum                      1995 1.5L      555.00
         1205 FAR NIENTE, Oakville, Napa Valley                                        2005           260.00


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                                                  RED WINE
                                    (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)

                                                  AMERICAN
                                            CABERNET SAUVIGNON

         Miljenko “Mike” Grgich first gained international recognition at the celebrated “Paris Tasting” of
         1976. There, in a now-historic blind tasting, a panel of eminent French judges swirled, sniffed, and
             sipped an array of the fabled white Burgundies of France and a small sampling of upstart
            Chardonnays from the Napa Valley. When their scores were tallied, the French judges were
         shocked: they had chosen Mike’s 1973 Chateau Montelena Chardonnay as the finest white wine in
          the world. Mon Dieu! The results stunned the international wine establishment and immediately
                 earned Mike Grgich a reputation as one of the greatest winemakers in the world.

         1210 GRGICH HILLS, Rutherford, Napa Valley                                      1984          175.00
         1211 GRGICH HILLS, Rutherford, Napa Valley                                      1985          175.00
         1212 GRGICH HILLS, Rutherford, Napa Valley                                      1986          175.00
         1213 GRGICH HILLS, Rutherford, Napa Valley                                      1987          175.00
         1214 GRGICH HILLS, Rutherford, Napa Valley                                      1990          175.00
         1218 GRGICH HILLS, Rutherford, Napa Valley                                      1991          175.00
         1216 GRGICH HILLS, Rutherford, Napa Valley                                      1994          195.00
         1217 GRGICH HILLS, Rutherford, Napa Valley                                      1995          175.00
         7199 GRGICH HILLS, Rutherford, Napa Valley                Magnum                1997   1.5L   395.00
         1219 GRGICH HILLS, Rutherford, Napa Valley                Magnum                2004   1.5L   315.00

         Groth Vineyards & Winery was established in 1982 and produces Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon
         Blanc and Chardonnay from Napa Valley's Oakville AVA. In special years it will make a "Reserve"
                 bottling of Cabernet Sauvignon from a small lot in their 121 acre Oakcross Estate.
         1224 GROTH, Oakville, Napa Valley                                               1999          150.00
         1225 GROTH, Oakville, Napa Valley                                               2005          130.00

         1227 GROTH, Reserve, Oakville, Napa Valley                                      1994           395.00
         1228 GROTH, Reserve, Oakville, Napa Valley                                      1996           350.00
         1229 GROTH, Reserve, Oakville, Napa Valley                                      1997           395.00
         7219 GROTH, Reserve, Oakville, Napa Valley                Double Magnum         1997   3.0L   1350.00
         1230 GROTH, Reserve, Oakville, Napa Valley                                      1998           350.00
         7223 GROTH, Reserve, Oakville, Napa Valley                Magnum                1998   1.5L    725.00
         7221 GROTH, Reserve, Oakville, Napa Valley                Double Magnum         1998   1.5L   1450.00*
         7222 GROTH, Reserve, Oakville, Napa Valley                Double Magnum         1999   1.5L   1450.00*

         1231 HEWITT VINEYARD, Estate Grown, Rutherford, Napa Valley                     2003          165.00

         1232 HIGHLANDS, “Beatty Ranch”, Howell Mountain, Napa Valley                    2002          150.00

          Heitz Cellars, founded in 1961, is one of the original winemaker families in the Napa Valley. Their
           wine has long been considered to be a classic example of the Napa Cabernet that made the valley
          what it is today. If you are looking for classic Napa Cabernet, the Heitz should be on your short list
                                                       of wines to try.
         1240 HEITZ CELLARS, St. Helena, Napa                                            2003          105.00
         1236 HEITZ CELLARS, “Bella Oaks Vineyard”, St. Helena, Napa                     1996          165.00
         1241 HEITZ CELLARS, “Martha’s Vineyard”, St. Helena, Napa                       1996          295.00
         1243 HEITZ CELLARS, “Martha’s Vineyard”, St. Helena, Napa                       1999          295.00
         1244 HEITZ CELLARS, “Martha’s Vineyard”, St. Helena, Napa                       2000          250.00
         1245 HEITZ CELLARS, “Martha’s Vineyard”, St. Helena, Napa                       2001          295.00
         1246 HEITZ CELLARS, “Trailside Vineyard”, St. Helena, Napa                      1996          195.00

         1249 JARVIS, Napa Valley, Napa                                                  1993          210.00
         1250 JARVIS, Napa Valley, Napa                                                  2000          250.00


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                                                 RED WINE
                                   (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)

                                                 AMERICAN
                                           CABERNET SAUVIGNON




          In 1972, Tom Jordan acquired 275 acres of prune orchards for conversion to vineyards, plus 1300
         acres of rolling oak woodlands as a site for the future winery facility. From the first, winemaking at
            Jordan has integrated new-world technology and old-world artistry to complement the unique
         natural qualities of the grapes. Created under the tutelage of the legendary André Tchelistcheff, the
          first vintage of Cabernet Sauvignon established a suppleness and delicacy that was uncommon in
                                                       California.
         1254 JORDAN, Alexander Valley, Sonoma                                         1990           175.00
         1255 JORDAN, Alexander Valley, Sonoma                                         1991           175.00
         1257 JORDAN, Alexander Valley, Sonoma                                         1995           175.00
         1259 JORDAN, Sonoma County                                                    1997           205.00
         1260 JORDAN, Alexander Valley, Sonoma                                         2000           175.00
         1261 JORDAN, Alexander Valley, Sonoma                                         2001           175.00
         1262 JORDAN, Alexander Valley, Sonoma                                         2002           125.00
         1263 JORDAN, Alexander Valley, Sonoma                                         2003           125.00
         7230 JOSEPH PHELPS, St. Helena, Napa                     Double Magnum        1997 3.0L      525.00*
         1283 KARL LAWRENCE, Rutherford, Napa Valley                                   1998           125.00
         1282 KARL LAWRENCE, Rutherford, Napa Valley                                   2000           150.00
         1284 KARL LAWRENCE, Rutherford, Napa Valley                                   2003           145.00
         1286 KATHRYN HALL, Rutherford, Napa Valley                                    2002           165.00
         1291 LARKMEAD VINEYARDS, Oakville, Napa Valley                                1997           175.00
         1292 LA SIRENA, Oakville, Napa Valley                                         1999           235.00
         Under the guiding hand of Napa Valley vineyard management legend, Laurie Wood, Long Meadow
          Ranch was founded in 1990. The vineyards have been managed by Frank Leeds, a true pioneer in
          organic farming in the Napa Valley, since 1998. All of Long Meadow Ranch vineyards are farmed
                     using organic practices certified by California Certified Organic Farmers.

         1300 LONG MEADOW RANCH, Napa Valley, Napa                                     1995           145.00
         1301 LONG MEADOW RANCH, Napa Valley, Napa                                     1996           125.00
         7236 LONG MEADOW RANCH, Napa Valley, Napa                Magnum               1997 1.5L      275.00
         7237 LONG MEADOW RANCH, Napa Valley, Napa                Magnum               1999 1.5L      250.00
         1310 MAYA, Napa Valley                                                        1999           475.00
         1311 MAYACAMAS, Mt. Veeder, Napa                  Magnum                      1987 1.5L      375.00
         1312 MAYACAMAS, Mt. Veeder, Napa                                              1992           165.00
         1313 MAYACAMAS, Mt. Veeder, Napa                                              1995           165.00
         1315 MERRYVALE, “Starmont”, Napa Valley           Magnum                      2003 1.5L      125.00
                                           * Please inquire for availability
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                                                   RED WINE
                                     (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)

                                                   AMERICAN
                                             CABERNET SAUVIGNON

         In 1966, Robert G. Mondavi founded the Robert Mondavi Winery to create wines in California that
         belong in the company of the world's finest. Robert Mondavi Winery is located in the heart of Napa
          Valley, California. The first major winery built in Napa Valley in the post-Prohibition era, Robert
          Mondavi Winery helped establish the foundation for the modern-day California wine business. Its
          mission-style architecture, with the expansive archway and bell tower designed by Cliff May, has
                     become an enduring landmark that evokes California's winemaking history.
         1321 MONDAVI, Private Reserve, Oakville, Napa Valley                              1985           225.00
         1322 MONDAVI, Private Reserve, Oakville, Napa Valley                              1986           225.00
         1323 MONDAVI, Private Reserve, Oakville, Napa Valley                              1987           275.00
         7239 MONDAVI, Private Reserve, Oakville, Napa Valley Magnum                       1987 1.5L      575.00 *
         1332 MONDAVI, Private Reserve, Oakville, Napa Valley                              1989           275.00
         1324 MONDAVI, Private Reserve, Oakville, Napa Valley                              1990           225.00
         1325 MONDAVI, Private Reserve, Oakville, Napa Valley                              1991           225.00
         1326 MONDAVI, Private Reserve, Oakville, Napa Valley                              1992           175.00
         1327 MONDAVI, Private Reserve, Oakville, Napa Valley                              1993           175.00
         1328 MONDAVI, Private Reserve, Oakville, Napa Valley                              1994           225.00
         1329 MONDAVI, Private Reserve, Oakville, Napa Valley                              1995           165.00
         1337 MONDAVI, Private Reserve, Oakville, Napa Valley                              1996           225.00
         1336 MONDAVI, Private Reserve, Oakville, Napa Valley Double Magnum                1996 3L        925.00
         1330 MONDAVI, Private Reserve, Oakville, Napa Valley                              1997           275.00
         1331 MONDAVI, Private Reserve, Oakville, Napa Valley                              1998           225.00
         1332 MONDAVI, Private Reserve, Oakville, Napa Valley                              1999           275.00
         1333 MONDAVI, Private Reserve, Oakville, Napa Valley Magnum                       1999 1.5L      575.00
         1334 MONDAVI, Private Reserve, Oakville, Napa Valley                              2002           275.00
         1335 MONDAVI, Private Reserve, Oakville, Napa Valley                              2003           275.00

          Francis Ford Coppola has been making movies for more than 30 years and producing wines at his
          Niebaum-Coppola Estate Winery in the Napa Valley for almost 20. In February 1995 he purchased
         the massive stone lnglenook Chateau and its adjacent vineyards. This purchase reunited the original
             Napa Valley estate founded in 1879 by Gustave Niebaum and preserved his legacy for future
          generations. "There's so much in a glass of wine--in its color, its aroma and its taste--that tells of its
         heritage, of the land that it comes from, of the weather that year, and of the philosophy of the family
                                                making it," says Coppola.

         1355 NIEBAUM-COPPOLA, “Rubicon”, Rutherford, Napa Valley                          1987           245.00
         7244 NIEBAUM-COPPOLA, “Rubicon", Rutherford, Napa Valley Magnum                   1995    1.5L   375.00
         1361 NIEBAUM-COPPOLA, “Rubicon”, Rutherford, Napa Valley                          1996           195.00


         1345 NICKEL & NICKEL, “Martin Stelling Vineyard”, Oakville, Napa                  2005           175.00
         1346 NICKEL & NICKEL, “John C. Sullenger Vineyard”, Oakville, Napa                2005 1.5L      400.00
         1370 O’SHAUGHNESSY, Howell Mountain, Napa Valley                                  2004           155.00

            One of the first California winemakers to focus on single-vineyard wines, Paul Hobbs took the
         challenge one step further by dedicating himself to crafting unfiltered and unfined wines, fermented
         with native yeasts. His vision has resulted in exciting, structured wines that are rooted in classic old
            world techniques and, at the same time, are distinctly Californian in their expression. And, he
           continues to be a leader of Argentina’s ongoing winemaking revolution. Not bad for a farm boy
                                                from upstate New York.

         1380 PAUL HOBBS, “Hyde Vineyard”, Carneros, Napa Valley                           1999           275.00


                                             * Please inquire for availability
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                                                  RED WINE
                                   (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)

                                                  AMERICAN
                                            CABERNET SAUVIGNON
         7245 PHILIP TOGNI VINEYARD, Napa Valley                   Magnum                1991 1.5L      350.00
         1405 PHILIP TOGNI VINEYARD, Napa Valley                                         1996           185.00

         7247 ROBERT PECOTA, “Kara’s Vineyard”, Napa               Magnum                1997   1.5L    250.00

         1412 RODNEY STRONG, Reserve, Alexander Valley, Sonoma                           2002            95.00
         1413 RODNEY STRONG, Alexander Valley, Sonoma      Double Magnum                 2003 3L        275.00

          Screaming Eagle is one of Napa Valley's smallest wineries, and a California cult wine favorite. The
         little stone winery (a 12- by 18-foot stone building off Silverado Trail) is perched on a rocky hillside
           in the Oakville Appellation overlooking the vineyard planted in Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and
            Cabernet Franc. The wine is aged in 65% new French oak barrels in a small cave for almost two
                                  years. Annual production is approximately 500 cases.

         1415 SCREAMING EAGLE, Napa Valley                                               1997          2500.00
         1416 SCREAMING EAGLE, Napa Valley                                               1998          2500.00
         1417 SCREAMING EAGLE, Napa Valley                                               1999          2500.00

         7251 SEQUOIA GROVE, Rutherford, Napa Valley               Magnum                1999   1.5L    165.00

               Shafer Vineyards traces its beginnings to 1972 when John Shafer left a 23-year career in the
            publishing industry and, with his family, moved to the Napa Valley to pursue a second career in
            wine. After purchasing a 210-acre estate in Napa Valley's Stags Leap District, the Shafer family
          faced the arduous task of replanting the existing vineyards, which dated to the 1920s, and terracing
          the steep and rocky hillsides, eventually expanding vineyard acreage to its current 50 acres. "When
            I released my first Cabernet Sauvignon, the 1978 vintage, everyone remarked on its softness and
           asked how much Merlot I’d blended in. ‘None,’ I replied; it was 100% hillside-grown Cabernet. In
         later vintages, when that wine became our Hillside Select Cabernet Sauvignon, I realized tasters had
              identified the supple, velvety tannins that are the hallmark of Stags Leap District Cabernet."
                                                       – John Shafer

         7266 SHAFER VINEYARDS, “Hillside Select”, Napa Valley            Magnum         1986   1.5L    500.00

           The Stags Leap District is one of the smallest, yet most renowned, wine growing regions in Napa
         Valley. Here, Silverado Vineyards has been quietly producing world-class wines from their state-of-
            the-art winery for over 20 years. With grapes sourced almost entirely from Silverado’s family-
         owned estate vineyards, these hand-crafted wines are created in small lots with extreme care. They
         express richness, elegance and age-worthiness. Silverado wines are unique - one-of-a-kind blends of
                                      location, philosophy and winemaking style.

         1465 SILVERADO VINEYARDS, Napa Valley                                           2004           125.00
         1466 SILVERADO VINEYARDS, Napa Valley                                           2005           125.00

         1467 SIMI, Reserve, Alexander Valley,                                           2003            95.00


                                            * Please inquire for availability




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                                                  RED WINE
                                    (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)

                                                  AMERICAN
                                            CABERNET SAUVIGNON

           Silver Oak Cellars was started in 1972 with a simple driving philosophy - to focus production on
          only one varietal, Cabernet Sauvignon. What’s more, they resolved to create a wine with a style all
            its own: not another hard, tannic red wine requiring years of aging to enjoy, but a wine of fully
            developed flavors and a velvety soft texture on the day it is released for sale. Silver Oak Cellars
          produces Cabernet Sauvignon from two appellations. Their Napa Valley derives its fruit from both
          owned and contracted vineyards, and is produced entirely at their Oakville winery. Silver Oak also
          produces stellar Cabernet from their Alexander Valley vineyards. A critical reason for the success
         of this wine, and every wine they make, has always been that they create the final blend before aging
                                      it in American oak barrels and then bottles.

         7252 SILVER OAK, “Bonny’s Vineyard”, Oakville, Napa           Magnum            1986          1200.00 *
         1338 SILVER OAK, “Bonny’s Vineyard”, Oakville, Napa                             1988           650.00 *
         7253 SILVER OAK, “Bonny’s Vineyard”, Oakville, Napa           Magnum            1991          1200.00 *
         1339 SILVER OAK, “Bonny’s Vineyard”, Oakville, Napa                             1991           650.00 *

         1440 SILVER OAK, Oakville, Napa Valley                                          1986           350.00
         7255 SILVER OAK, Oakville, Napa Valley                    Magnum                1990   1.5L    695.00
         7256 SILVER OAK, Oakville, Napa Valley                    Magnum                1992   1.5L    695.00
         1441 SILVER OAK, Oakville, Napa Valley                                          1991           350.00
         1442 SILVER OAK, Oakville, Napa Valley                                          1992           275.00
         1443 SILVER OAK, Oakville, Napa Valley                                          1994           375.00
         1444 SILVER OAK, Oakville, Napa Valley                                          1995           295.00
         1446 SILVER OAK, Oakville, Napa Valley                                          1997           350.00
         1447 SILVER OAK, Oakville, Napa Valley                                          1998           295.00
         1448 SILVER OAK, Oakville, Napa Valley                                          2001           295.00
         1449 SILVER OAK, Oakville, Napa Valley                                          2002           295.00

         1452 SILVER OAK, Alexander Valley, Sonoma                                       1991           275.00
         7258 SILVER OAK, Alexander Valley, Sonoma                 Magnum                1991   1.5L    550.00
         7259 SILVER OAK, Alexander Valley, Sonoma                 Magnum                1992   1.5L    495.00
         7260 SILVER OAK, Alexander Valley, Sonoma                 Magnum                1993   1.5L    495.00
         1453 SILVER OAK, Alexander Valley, Sonoma                                       1994           295.00
         1454 SILVER OAK, Alexander Valley, Sonoma                                       1995           225.00
         7262 SILVER OAK, Alexander Valley, Sonoma                 Magnum                1995   1.5L    475.00
         1455 SILVER OAK, Alexander Valley, Sonoma                                       1996           225.00
         7263 SILVER OAK, Alexander Valley, Sonoma                 Magnum                1996   1.5L    475.00
         1456 SILVER OAK, Alexander Valley, Sonoma                                       1997           295.00
         7264 SILVER OAK, Alexander Valley, Sonoma                 Magnum                1997   1.5L    600.00
         1457 SILVER OAK, Alexander Valley, Sonoma                                       1998           225.00
         1458 SILVER OAK, Alexander Valley, Sonoma                                       2001           275.00
         1459 SILVER OAK, Alexander Valley, Sonoma                                       2003           275.00

          Spottswoode is a small, lovely winery where limited, quality production is the key to success. Back
         in the 1970's Mary Novak and her husband Jack purchased the estate and began a Herculean effort
          to replant the vineyards. “At Spottswoode we strive for refinement, elegance, and balance, and for
         the fullest expression of our wines’ innate, classic structure. French oak is thoughtfully integrated to
                                 match our fruit’s nuances and power”. – Mary Novak

         1469 SPOTTSWOODE, St. Helena, Napa Valley          Double Magnum                1997 3L       1025.00
         1467 SPOTTSWOODE, St. Helena, Napa Valley                                       1999           210.00



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                                                 RED WINE
                                   (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)

                                                 AMERICAN
                                           CABERNET SAUVIGNON

           Staglin Family Vineyard is a family-owned Napa Valley winery, devoted to producing extremely
          limited quantities of the highest quality wine from its own vineyard. Staglin has been rated one of
          the top five vineyards in all of California. Wines of distinction have been made from this vineyard
                                   for 40 years. The vineyard is organically certified.

         1475 STAGLIN FAMILY VINEYARD, Rutherford, Napa                                1995           225.00
         1476 STAGLIN FAMILY VINEYARD, Rutherford, Napa                                1996           195.00
         7269 STAGLIN FAMILY VINEYARD, Rutherford, Napa                  Magnum        1996    1.5L   390.00
         1477 STAGLIN FAMILY VINEYARD, Rutherford, Napa                                1997           250.00
         7270 STAGLIN FAMILY VINEYARD, Rutherford, Napa                  Magnum        1997    1.5L   500.00
         1478 STAGLIN FAMILY VINEYARD, Rutherford, Napa                                1998           195.00
         1479 STAGLIN FAMILY VINEYARD, Rutherford, Napa                                2000           195.00

          Seven miles north of Napa, in a valley within a valley, lays the century-old, 240-acre wine estate
         known as Stags' Leap. A 90-acre vineyard, divided into 23 separate blocks based on soil type and
            sun exposure, produces outstanding Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and the winery's signature
                                                     Petite Sirah.
             Stag’s Leap’s style of Cabernet offers very complex, chocolaty, coffee, herb, and fruitcake
           aromas in a medium-bodied, supple format. The flagship wine is the Cask 23. This wine is not
             made every year and has one of the most distinctive and exotic bouquets of any California
                                              Cabernet – based wine.

         1489 STAG’S LEAP, Stags Leap, Napa                                            1999           195.00
         1490 STAG’S LEAP, Stags Leap, Napa                                            2000           195.00

         1495 STAG’S LEAP, “Artemis”, Stags Leap, Napa            Magnum               2005    1.5L   250.00

         1494 STAG’S LEAP, SLV, Stags Leap, Napa                                       1990           295.00
         1491 STAG’S LEAP, SLV, Stags Leap, Napa                                       1992           275.00
         1492 STAG’S LEAP, SLV, Stags Leap, Napa                                       1995           275.00
         1493 STAG’S LEAP, SLV, Stags Leap, Napa                                       1996           275.00

         1500 STAG’S LEAP, Cask 23, Stags Leap, Napa                                   1985       795.00*
         1501 STAG’S LEAP, Cask 23, Stags Leap, Napa                                   1990       475.00*
         1504 STAG’S LEAP, Cask 23, Stags Leap, Napa                                   1993       425.00*
         1505 STAG’S LEAP, Cask 23, Stags Leap, Napa                                   1997       595.00*
         7271 STAG’S LEAP, Cask 23, Stags Leap, Napa              Double Magnum        1997 3.0L 2400.00

         1510 STAG’S LEAP, FAY, Stags Leap, Napa                                       1991           325.00
         1511 STAG’S LEAP, FAY, Stags Leap, Napa                                       1995           295.00

         1520 STERLING VINEYARDS, Reserve, Napa Valley                                 2004           155.00

         1523 ST. SUPERY, Limited Edition, Rutherford, Napa Valley                     2001           105.00



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                                                 RED WINE
                                   (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)

                                                 AMERICAN
                                                     BLENDS
              Perhaps people who spend their entire life with Merlot become like the wine: easy-going and
          charming, without hard edges. It is certainly true for Christian Moueix, a man who is remarkably
          straightforward, especially for someone so important and influential in the world of wine. The son
           of Jean-Pierre Moueix, Christian oversees the family's ten properties in Pomerol and St. Émilion,
         including Château Pétrus and Château Trotanoy, and runs a Napa Valley winery, Dominus Estate.
            The family company also manages and consults with many other châteaux situated on the right
                                             bank of Bordeaux's Gironde River.
          Since its first release, Dominus has become known for its complex and earthy character, which pay
            tribute to the Napanook terroir. Christian Moueix believes that producing a wine begins in the
              vineyard. For that reason, each vintage is unique with different varietal blends reflecting the
                                   vineyard and climate conditions of that particular year.
         1533 DOMINUS, Napa Valley, Napa                                              1987          300.00
         7295 DOMINUS, Napa Valley, Napa                  Magnum                      1987 1.5L     475.00
         1541 DOMINUS, Napa Valley, Napa                                              1991          325.00
         1536 DOMINUS, Napa Valley, Napa                                              1994          375.00
         1537 DOMINUS, Napa Valley, Napa                                              1996          225.00
         1538 DOMINUS, Napa Valley, Napa                                              1997          375.00
         7297 DOMINUS, Napa Valley, Napa                  Magnum                      1997 1.5L     750.00
         1540 DOMINUS, Napa Valley, Napa                                              1999          275.00
         1542 DOMINUS, Napa Valley, Napa                                              2004          275.00
         1549 FERRARI CARANO, “Tresor”, Alexander Valley                              2002          115.00
         Cabernet Sauvignon/Malbec/Merlot/Petit Verdot/Cabernet Franc
         1550 FRANCISCAN, “Magnificat”, Napa Valley                                   2004          105.00
         Merlot/Cabernet Sauvignon/Cabernet Franc
         1558 GIRARD, “Artistry”, Napa Valley                                         2003          100.00
         Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot/Cabernet Franc/Malbec/Petit Verdot
          Wine Spectator's 2005 Wine of the Year is one of California's greatest success stories. The Joseph
          Phelps Insignia Napa Valley is a tribute not only to the great wines of Bordeaux, as expressed by
           Napa Valley grapes, but also to one man's determination and another's winemaking skill. When
          Joseph Phelps produced his first Insignia, in 1974, it represented a radical new approach to Napa
           Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. The proprietary label didn't identify the bottling as a varietal wine,
           leaving it up to the vintage and winemaker to determine its composition, though it has for years
           been anchored by Cabernet Sauvignon. "People thought it was pretty nervy to charge $12 for a
          wine that didn't have a varietal name on it," recalls Phelps of the 1974, which came mainly from
           Steltzner Vineyard. Now, 29 vintages later, Insignia is recognized as one of Napa's signature red
                                          wines and routinely one of its finest.
         1275 JOSEPH PHELPS, “Insignia”, St. Helena, Napa Valley                      1997          395.00*
         7232 JOSEPH PHELPS, “Insignia”, St. Helena, Napa Valley         Magnum       1997   1.5L   795.00*
         1276 JOSEPH PHELPS, “Insignia”, St. Helena, Napa Valley                      1998          300.00
         1277 JOSEPH PHELPS, “Insignia”, St. Helena, Napa Valley                      2003          275.00
         1278 JOSEPH PHELPS, “Insignia”, St. Helena, Napa Valley                      2004          300.00
         1611 HESS COLLECTION, Mountain Cuvee, Napa                                   2004            80.00
         Cabernet Sauvignon/Syrah/Malbec/Merlot/Cabernet FrancMt. Veeder
         1612 MERRYVALE, “Profile”, Napa Valley                                       2002          175.00
         Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot/Cabernet Franc/Petit Verdot
         1600 NAPANOOK, Napa Valley                                                   1996          195.00
         1601 NAPANOOK, Napa Valley                                                   1997          225.00
         1605 O’BRIEN FAMILY VINEYARD, “Seduction”, Napa Valley            Magnum     2002   1.5L   175.00

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                                                 AMERICAN
                                                     BLENDS

            Opus One was founded by Baron Philippe de Rothschild of Château Mouton Rothschild in
          Pauillac, France, and renowned Napa Valley vintner Robert Mondavi. By combining the great
         winemaking traditions and innovations of both families, the founders' singular goal was to create
                       an exceptional wine in the heart of Napa Valley. A California Classic.
         1551 OPUS ONE, Oakville, Napa Valley                                         1985       275.00
         1552 OPUS ONE, Oakville, Napa Valley                                         1986       275.00
         1553 OPUS ONE, Oakville, Napa Valley                                         1987       325.00
         1554 OPUS ONE, Oakville, Napa Valley                                         1988       245.00
         1556 OPUS ONE, Oakville, Napa Valley                                         1990       325.00
         1557 OPUS ONE, Oakville, Napa Valley                                         1991       325.00
         1558 OPUS ONE, Oakville, Napa Valley                                         1992       295.00
         1559 OPUS ONE, Oakville, Napa Valley                                         1993       295.00
         1560 OPUS ONE, Oakville, Napa Valley                                         1994       375.00
         1561 OPUS ONE, Oakville, Napa Valley                                         1995       325.00
         7299 OPUS ONE, Oakville, Napa Valley                    Magnum               1995 1.5L 650.00 *
         7300 OPUS ONE, Oakville, Napa Valley                    Double Magnum        1995 3.0L 1300.00 *
         7301 OPUS ONE, Oakville, Napa Valley                    Imperiale            1995 6.0L 2600.00 *
         1562 OPUS ONE, Oakville, Napa Valley                                         1996       295.00
         1563 OPUS ONE, Oakville, Napa Valley                                         1997       395.00
         1564 OPUS ONE, Oakville, Napa Valley                                         1998       275.00
         1565 OPUS ONE, Oakville, Napa Valley                                         1999       325.00
         1566 OPUS ONE, Oakville, Napa Valley                                         2004       325.00
         1567 OPUS ONE, Oakville, Napa Valley                                         2005       375.00

         In 1982 Sir Peter Michael established the Peter Michael winery on a square mile of rocky volcanic
         ridges that form the western face of Mount St. Helena in Sonoma County. From the beginning, the
             wine growing philosophy was modeled on the French tradition infused with a few modern
                                                     influences:
           One, the vineyard terroir would be the single most important feature. Two, the wines would be
             elegant rather than overstated. Three, there would be a hundred-year commitment to the
                                            development of a great estate.
                  Given this commitment to the product, only a limited quantity will ever be made.

         1384 PETER MICHAEL, “Les Pavots”, Knights Valley, Sonoma                     1994          350.00
         1388 PETER MICHAEL, “Les Pavots”, Knights Valley, Sonoma                     1997          375.00
         1386 PETER MICHAEL, “Les Pavots”, Knights Valley, Sonoma                     1998          295.00
         1387 PETER MICHAEL, “Les Pavots”, Knights Valley, Sonoma                     1999          325.00
         1388 PETER MICHAEL, “Les Pavots”, Knights Valley, Sonoma Dbl Magnum          1999   3L    1350.00
         1389 PETER MICHAEL, “Les Pavots”, Knights Valley, Sonoma                     2000          295.00
         1390 PETER MICHAEL, “Les Pavots”, Knights Valley, Sonoma                     2001          305.00
         1391 PETER MICHAEL, “Les Pavots”, Knights Valley, Sonoma                     2002          295.00
         1392 PETER MICHAEL, “Les Pavots”, Knights Valley, Sonoma                     2005          305.00

            The Monte Bello (originally Monte Bello Cabernet; until 1975, 100% cabernet) is the wine that
         introduced Ridge to the world, and the world to Ridge. It is a blend of Bordeaux varietals. Cabernet
          sauvignon still predominates; exhaustive tasting of test blends during assemblage determines how
            much — if any — merlot, petit verdot, or cabernet franc will be included in the finished wine.
          Almost every vintage (an unbroken chain from '62 on) has something substantive to recommend it.
          Every decade has its high points, and taste and opinions differ; however, the just-concluded decade
             of the nineties proved outstanding. Ridge Montebello develops over extended periods of time,
                                         offering both complexity and balance.

         1417 RIDGE MONTEBELLO, Santa Cruz Mountains, California                      1991          325.00

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                                                 AMERICAN
                                                      BLENDS

          Quintessa is an American Bordeaux blend or "meritage" comprising Cabernet Sauvignon (60%),
            Merlot (30%), and Cabernet Franc (10%). It is aged in small French barrels (75% new) for 18
          months. The inaugural vintage was 1996 and already Quintessa is being talked of as a Californian
                                                     classic.
         1548 QUINTESSA, Rutherford, Napa                                           1999           275.00

         1608 SAWYER CELLARS, “Bradford Meritage”, Rutherford, Napa Valley             2003           95.00
         Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot/Cabernet Franc/Petit Verdot

         1608 SIENA, by Ferrari Carrano, Sonoma County           Magnum                2003   1.5L   125.00
         Sangiovese/Malbec/Cabernet Sauvignon

         1609 STERLING VINEYARDS, “SVR”, Reserve, Napa Valley                          2001          110.00
         Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot/Petit Verdot/Malbec

         1607 SYMMETRY, Rodney Strong Vineyards, Alexander Valley                      2000          125.00
         Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot/Cabernet Franc

         1610 SWANSON VINEYARDS, “Alexis”, Oakville, Napa Valley                       2003          145.00
         Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot/Cabernet Franc/Syrah

         1576 YORK CREEK VINEYARDS, “Meritage”, Spring Mountain, Napa                  1994          150.00
         7307 YORK CREEK VINEYARDS, “Meritage”, Spring Mountain, Napa                  1994   1.5L   300.00

                                                     MERLOT
         Beringer’s Bancroft Ranch vineyard is located at an elevation of 1,800 feet on Howell Mountain, a
           growing area with well-drained volcanic soils. In 1984, Howell Mountain became the first area
         within the Napa Valley appellation to be declared a separate viticulture area (AVA) for the distinct
           characteristics of its wine grapes. It is now home to some of Napa Valley’s most famous wines.
         1580 BERINGER VINEYARDS, “Bancroft Ranch”, Howell Mountain, Napa              1996          245.00
         Co-founded by Dan and Margaret Duckhorn in 1976, Duckhorn Vineyards has been crafting classic
         Bordeaux varietals from the Napa Valley for nearly 30 years. This winemaking tradition has grown
               to include seven meticulously farmed estate vineyards, located throughout the various
                                         microclimates of the Napa Valley.
         Duckhorn was one of the first California wineries to recognize the potential for high-quality Merlot.
                                     Their flagship wine is the “Three Palms”.
         1585 DUCKHORN VINEYARDS, Napa Valley                    Magnum                2002   1.5L   250.00
         1585 DUCKHORN VINEYARDS, Napa Valley                                          2003          125.00
         1592 DUCKHORN VINEYARDS, “Three Palms”, St. Helena, Napa                      1990          350.00
         1593 DUCKHORN VINEYARDS, “Three Palms”, St. Helena, Napa                      1997          325.00
         1594 DUCKHORN VINEYARDS, “Three Palms”, St. Helena, Napa                      2000          325.00
         1595 DUCKHORN VINEYARDS, “Three Palms”, St. Helena, Napa                      2001          325.00
         1596 DUCKHORN VINEYARDS, “Three Palms”, St. Helena, Napa                      2003          325.00
         1560 STERLING VINEYARDS, “Three Palms”, Napa Valley                           2004          115.00
         1565 TWOMEY CELLARS, By Silver Oak, Napa Valley                               2002          120.00
         1566 TWOMEY CELLARS, By Silver Oak, Napa Valley                               2003          120.00
         1567 TWOMEY CELLARS, By Silver Oak, Napa Valley                               2004          120.00
         1570 VINWOOD, North Coast, California            Double Magnum                2000   3L     250.00

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                                                     ITALY
          Italy's growing reputation with wine is due not only to the fact that it produces and exports more
           than any other country, but also that it offers the greatest variety, putting forward nearly every
                                          color, flavor and style imaginable.
          Italian producers have rapidly moved to the forefront of world enology, improving techniques to
         create wines of undeniable class in both northern and southern regions. Their wines derive not only
              from native vines, which represent an enormous array, but also from a complete range of
                                                international varieties.

                                                     VENETO
         The Veneto is situated in the northeast of Italy between Lake Garda and the Adriatic. The Veneto is
          one of the two biggest wine producing regions in Italy. Its 50,000 hectares of vineyard turn out 15
          million quintals of grapes a year and around 9 million hectolitres of wine, of which 1.8 million has
           DOC status. The most important of these wines are Amarone and Valpolicel la, which are both
                       made from the local grape varieties Corvina, Molinara and Rondinella

                                               Giuseppe Quintarelli
         Quintarelli is considered by many to be the best producer of Amarone della Valpolicella. The estate
                dates back to 1924 and Giuseppe Quintarelli has been in charge since the mid 1950s.
          Giuseppe is one of the most traditional of Amarone producers, ageing his wine for seven years in
              Slavonian oak "botti". The resulting wine is one of the most complex produced in Italy.
         4001 RECIOTO DELLA VALPOLICELLA, Amarone Classico, Riserva,                   1979          895.00*
         Giuseppe Quintarelli
         4002 AMARONE DELLA VALPOLICELLA, Classico, Riserva, G. Quintarelli            1988         895.00*
         4003 AMARONE DELLA VALPOLICELLA, Classico, Riserva, G. Quintarelli            1995         725.00*
         4004 AMARONE DELLA VALPOLICELLA, Classico, Riserva, G. Quintarelli            1995   1.5L 1450.00*
         4005 AMARONE DELLA VALPOLICELLA, Classico, Riserva, G. Quintarelli            1997         725.00*
         4015 ALZERO, Cabernet Franc, Giuseppe Quintarelli, Veneto                     1985          925.00
         4016 ALZERO, Cabernet Franc, Giuseppe Quintarelli, Veneto                     1986          925.00
         4017 ALZERO, Cabernet Franc, Giuseppe Quintarelli, Veneto                     1990          925.00
         4018 ALZERO, Cabernet Franc, Giuseppe Quintarelli, Veneto                     1994          925.00
         4019 ALZERO, Cabernet Franc, Giuseppe Quintarelli, Veneto                     1997          925.00
         4115 ROSSO DEL BEPI, Giuseppe Quintarelli, Veneto                             1999          295.00
         4154 VALPOLICELLA, Classico, Superiore, Giuseppe Quintarelli, Veneto          1997          175.00
         4155 VALPOLICELLA, Classico, Superiore, Giuseppe Quintarelli, Veneto          1999          175.00
            Bertani, which just recently celebrated its 150th anniversary, was founded in 1857 by brothers
             Gaetano and Giovan Battista Bertani. Prosperous wine merchants who believed that quality
         winemaking held the key to the future, the Bertanis invested their funds in buying some of the finest
            vineyards in the province and making their own wines. Consequently, unlike many other local
           producers, Bertani owns its own vineyards and so is able to oversee the entire winemaking cycle
                                                  from start to finish.
         4006 AMARONE DELLA VALPOLICELLA, Classico, Bertani, Veneto                    1988          295.00*
         4007 AMARONE DELLA VALPOLICELLA, Classico, Bertani, Veneto                    1997          225.00
         4010 AMARONE DELLA VALPOLICELLA, Classico,                                    2003          175.00
         “Vignetto Monte Sant’ Urbano”, Speri
         4011 AMARONE DELLA VALPOLICELLA, Classico,                                    2003          115.00
         “Capitel de’ Roari”, Luigi Righetti
         4012 AMARONE DELLA VALPOLICELLA, Classico,                                    2004          105.00
         “Capitel de’ Roari”, Luigi Righetti
         4156 VALPOLICELLA, Superiore, Tenuta Chiaccheri, Campo delle Strie            2003           95.00

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                                   (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)

                                                      ITALY
                                                    PIEMONTE

              Defined as "the king of wines and the wine of kings'' because of its regal characteristics, this
          splendid Piedmontese red is one of the standard-bearers of Italian enology. Barolo began acquiring
         its royal standing as early as the Middle Ages and its reputation steadily grew in succeeding periods.
         It was customary for sovereigns, as well as many nobles, to enrich their tables with classic Bordelais
           or Burgundian bottles of the wine. It is reported that Barolo was often found on the table of Louis
          XIV, while other admirers of the wine included King Charles Albert, the Marquises of Saluzzo and
                                       of Monferrato and Maria Cristina of Savoy.

         4021 BAROLO RISERVA, “Rocche dell’Annunziata”, Paolo Scavino                  1998           325.00
         4022 BAROLO RISERVA, “Rocche dell’Annunziata”, Paolo Scavino                  1999           340.00
         4023 BAROLO RISERVA, “Rocche dell’Annunziata”, Paolo Scavino                  2000           350.00
         4024 BAROLO RISERVA, “Rocche dell’Annunziata”, Paolo Scavino                  2001           350.00

         4025 BAROLO RISERVA, “Vigna d’ La Roul”, Podere Rocche Dei Manzioni           1990           175.00
         4026 BAROLO RISERVA, “Vigna d’ La Roul”, Podere Rocche Dei Manzioni           1990 1.5L      350.00

         4027 BAROLO RISERVA, “Vigna Big”, Podere Rocche Dei Manzioni                  1996           160.00

         4030 BAROLO, “Vigna Capella di S.Stefano”, Podere Rocche Dei Manzioni         2001           225.00
         4031 BAROLO, “Vigna Capella di S.Stefano”, Podere Rocche Dei Manzioni         2001 1.5L      475.00

         4032 BAROLO, “Vigna d’ La Roul”, Podere Rocche Dei Manzioni                   2001           195.00
         4033 BAROLO, “Vigna d’ La Roul”, Podere Rocche Dei Manzioni                   2001 1.5L      415.00

         4028 BAROLO RISERVA, “Plicotti”, Silvio Grasso                                2001           180.00

         4034 BAROLO, “Bussia”, Dardi le Rose, Poderi Colla                            2001           150.00

         4035 BAROLO, Riserva, Beni di Batasiolo                                       1997           175.00

         4036 BAROLO, “Prapo”, Bricco Rocche                                           1994           225.00
         4037 BAROLO, “Prapo”, Bricco Rocche                                           1998           250.00

         4038 BAROLO, “Brunate”, Bricco Rocche                                         2001           195.00

         4039 BAROLO, “Bricco Boschis”, Cavallotto                                     2004           145.00

         4050 BARBARESCO, “San Stefano di Neive”, Bruno Giacosa, Piedmont              1988   3L     2400.00

         4051 BARBARESCO, Gaja, Piedmont                                               1988 3L       2500.00*
         4052 BARBARESCO, Gaja, Piedmont                                               1990           595.00*
         4053 BARBARESCO, Gaja, Piedmont                                               2005           495.00*

         4054 BARBARESCO, “Roncaglie”, Poderi Colla, Piedmont                          2001           140.00




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                                               RED WINE
                                  (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)

                                                    ITALY
                                                   TOSCANA




         7310 BALIFICO, Costelo di Volpaia,                     Magnum            1993     1.5L   155.00
         4057 ROSSO DI MONTALCINO, Ciacci Piccolomini d’Argona 2006                75.00
         4058 BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO, “Vigna di Pianrosso”, Ciacci Piccolomini 1999               195.00
         4059 BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO, “Vigna di Pianrosso”, Ciacci Piccolomini 2003               155.00

         4060 BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO, Fattoria Poggio di Sotto, Tuscany           1999            160.00
         4061 BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO, Soldera, Tuscany                            1988            395.00
         4062 BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO, Soldera, Tuscany Magnum                     1988     1.5L   790.00

         4063 BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO, “Pertimali”, Livio Sassetti, Tuscany        2003            145.00

         4064 BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO, “Podere Pian di Conte”, Talenti, Tuscany 1995               150.00

         4065 BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO, “Cerretalto”, Casanova di Neri, Tuscany 2000                125.00

         4066 BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO, Riserva, Fattoria dei Barbi, Tuscany        2001            200.00

         4067 BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO, Riserva, “Il Palazzone”, Parsons            1999            175.00

         4068 BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO, Riserva, “Il Poggione”, Franceschi          1995            195.00

         4069 BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO, Banfi, Tusacny                              2001            150.00

         4165 CIGNALE, Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot, Castello di Querceto, Tuscany   2000            185.00

         4075 CHIANTI CLASSICO, Riserva Ducale, Gold Label, Ruffino, Tuscany      1990            150.00
         4074 CHIANTI CLASSICO, Riserva Ducale, Gold Label, Ruffino, Tuscany      2004             85.00

         4076 CHIANTI CLASSICO, Riserva, Monsanto, Tuscany                        2004            115.00

         4077 CHIANTI CLASSICO, Riserva, Capannelle, Tuscany                      2001            120.00

         4078 CHIANTI CLASSICO, “Peppoli”, Marchese Antinori, Tuscany             2004             75.00

         4079 CHIANTI CLASSICO, Riserva, Marchese Antinori, Tuscany Magnum        2001     1.5L   195.00

         4080 CHIANTI CLASSICO, Riserva, Da Vinci, Tuscany                        2003             65.00

         4081 CHIANTI CLASSICO, Riserva, Monsanto, Tuscany                        2004            115.00

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                                                 RED WINE
                                   (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)

                                                      ITALY
                                                     TOSCANA

         Ornellaia embodies the modern renaissance of Italian wines. This Cabernet blend from the coastal
          region of Bolgheri is path-breaking in its origin, contemporary in its winemaking, international in
           its varietal blend, and thoroughly Tuscan in its soul. Named for the grove of flowering ash trees
                surrounding the winery, Ornellaia is the estate's principal wine. The 63 acres consist of
         predominantly Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, with small plantings of Cabernet Franc vines. The
          final cuvée is assembled to evoke the vinous finesse of the Cabernet highlighted by ripe, aromatic
             notes of Merlot in an elegant yet firm style balancing fruit, acidity, oak and tannic backbone.

         4089 ORNELLAIA, Marchese Lodovico, Tuscany                                    1987 3L 1200.00*
         4091 ORNELLAIA, Marchese Lodovico, Tuscany               Magnum               1995 1.5L 595.00
         4092 ORNELLAIA, Marchese Lodovico, Tuscany                                    1997      395.00*
         4094 ORNELLAIA, Marchese Lodovico, Tuscany                                    1999      295.00

         4110 ROCCA DI MONTEGROSSI, Geremia, Tuscany                                   1990          125.00

         4112 ROMITORIO DI SANTEDAME, Colorino/Merlot, Ruffino, Tuscany                2000          150.00
         4113 ROMITORIO DI SANTEDAME, Colorino/Merlot, Ruffino, Tuscany                2001          150.00


           The Sassicaia estate at Bolgheri came from Mario Incisa della Rocchetta's wife's family who had
           owned land there since 1800. The name Sassicaia means “place of many stones”, and the gravelly
          soil has been compared to the land in the Médoc. Sassicaia's first vintage was released to universal
                                                     acclaim in 1968.
            Sassicaia is now widely accepted as one of the world’s greatest Cabernet Sauvignon wines and
              recently made history as being the first single wine to be granted its own DOC. The wines of
         Sassicaia combine intense notes of cassis and cedary elegance, with extraordinary power and length.




         4119 SASSICAIA, Tenuta San Guido, Tuscany                Double Magnum        1983   3L 1500.00*
         4120 SASSICAIA, Tenuta San Guido, Tuscany                Magnum               1988   1.5L 700.00*
         4118 SASSICAIA, Tenuta San Guido, Tuscany                Double Magnum        1988   3L 1450.00*
         4121 SASSICAIA, Tenuta San Guido, Tuscany                                     1989        595.00*
         4123 SASSICAIA, Tenuta San Guido, Tuscany                Magnum               1990   1.5L 775.00*
         4124 SASSICAIA, Tenuta San Guido, Tuscany                                     1997        595.00
         4125 SASSICAIA, Tenuta San Guido, Tuscany                                     1999        555.00
         4126 SASSICAIA, Tenuta San Guido, Tuscany                                     2004        470.00
         4160 SODOLE, Guicciardini Strozzi, Tuscany                                    1999          125.00
         4135 SUMMUS, Castelo Banfi, Tuscany                                           1990          165.00
         4164 TASSINAIA, Castello del Terriccio, Tuscany                               2001          105.00
         4162 TERRABIANCA, Campaccio, Sangiovese/Cabernet Sauvignon, Tuscany           2004           95.00
         4163 VILLA ANTINORI, Sangiovese/Cab./Merlot/Syrah, Tuscany Magnum             2003   1.5L   135.00

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                                                   RED WINE
                                     (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)

                                                        SPAIN
         This is the "official" Vega Sicilia, only made in top years and released anywhere from 10 to 20 years
         after the vintage. A characteristic common to all Vega Sicilia vintages is their brightness. Although
         these wines are relatively old, they retain remarkable freshness due to the good levels of acidity and
                                            a fair amount of body and alcohol.

            Grapes for "Unico" are selected from the oldest plots of land and which possess a balance of all
         aspects of the grape allowing for a long aging period in cask. The grapes are fermented in oak casks.
         Malolactic fermentation occurs in oak casks over a period of one year. The wine remained in large-
          capacity wooden vats for 22 months, followed by 22 months in new casks, 28 months in used casks,
          then 24 months in large capacity wooden vats. It is this "racking" (transferring the wine from one
          barrel to another) that gives "Unico" its peculiar Spanish quality. A grape other than Tempranillo
           could not resist oxidation as well. After roughly 10 years of ageing in wood, the wine was bottled
          and cellared until its release. In its aromatic complexity the nose is uniquely ‘Unico,’ showing notes
          of macerated fruit, compote, eucalyptus and menthol characteristic of the Vega Sicilia terroir. The
             palate powerful is opulent and aggressive, with an aromatically persistent finish reflecting the
                                                     flavors of the nose.

         4300 VEGA SICILIA, “UNICO”, Ribera Del Duero, 1996                                             550.00

         Valbuena is the youngest of Vega Sicilia's red wines, a "fifth year" wine made from grapes from
         younger vines, a wine therefore less concentrated in its structure. Valbuena has the same coloring as
         its older brother, the Vega Sicilia "Unico", a garnet-cherry red with an orange edge and brick-red
         reflections, the result of an excellent evolution in cask and bottle, one of the specific traits of the red
         wines of Vega Sicilia. The personality of Valbuena is defined by the persistence of varietal traits,
         revealed for example in the ripe red fruity bouquet. In the mouth, although Valbuena is slighter in
         structure than Vega Sicilia Unico it still possesses all the vinous-fruity complexity of a fine reserva.

         4301 VEGA SICILIA, “VALBUENA”, Ribera Del Duero, 2002                                          275.00




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                                   (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)

                                                 SAUTERNES
          Sauternes is one of the wine world's more fascinating and enigmatic wines. The sub-appellation of
           Bordeaux for which it is named is unique in the world for its centuries long production of only a
            single sweet white wine made from Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc, and occasionally a smidgen of
                                                 Muscadelle grapes.
         5206 CHATEAU COUTET, Barsac                                                      1992       160.00
         5205 CHATEAU COUTET, Barsac                                                      1998       105.00

         5202 CHATEAU CLIMENS, Sauternes                                                  1986        145.00

               Château de Fargues has been owned by the Lur-Saluces family since 1472. The family owned
               d`Yquem until 1999 and de Fargues is known by some critics as d`Yquem jnr. The same
            winemaking techniques are used at both properties and de Fargues often matches d`Yquem in
         terms of power and intensity. De Fargues's production is small with sometimes only 500 cases a year
              being produced. The wines require at least 10 years of bottle ageing before they should be
                                                    approached.
         5203 CHATEAU DE FARGUES, Sauternes                                              1981         120.00
         5207 CHATEAU DE FARGUES, Sauternes                                              1986        145.00
         5208 CHATEAU DE FARGUES, Sauternes                                              1990        140.00

         5209 CHATEAU GILLET, Sauternes                                                  1953        450.00

         5210 CHATEAU GUIRARD, Sauternes                                                 1990        125.00

         5204 HAUT SAUTERNES, A. Delor&Cie                                               1928        750.00

         5211 CHATEAU RAYMOND-LAFON, Sauternes                                           1982        150.00
         5213 CHATEAU RAYMOND-LAFON, Sauternes                                           1983        195.00
         5212 CHATEAU RAYMOND-LAFON, Sauternes                                           1995        150.00

         Château Rieussec is one of the richest and most exotic of all Sauternes, producing particularly good
             wines in the late 1980s and the mid 1990s. Rieussec has been owned by Domaines Barons de
            Rothschild since 1985 and is located at one of the highest points of Sauternes in the village of
                            Fargues where its vineyards border those of Château d`Yquem.
         5201 CHATEAU RIEUSSEC, Sauternes                                                1995          145.00

         5216 CHATEAU SUDUIRAT, Sauternes                                                1995        145.00

            Chateau d`Yquem is often described as the greatest sweet wine in the world. After centuries of
           family ownership, Yquem was finally sold in acrimonious circumstances to Louis Vuitton-Moët-
           Hennessy in 1999. However, its former owner and director Alexandre de Lur-Saluce remains in
         charge. Yquem is located on the highest hill in Sauternes and enjoys the best growing conditions in
         the whole appellation. The 110-hectare vineyard is planted with 80% Sémillon and 20% Sauvignon
          Blanc. Only fully botrytized fruit is picked by the 150 highly skilled pickers and yields are so low
                                   that each vine produces only one glass of wine.

         5219 CHATEAU D’YQUEM, Sauternes                                                 1959        2100.00*
         5221 CHATEAU D’YQUEM, Sauternes                                                 1971        750.00*
         5233 CHATEAU D’YQUEM, Sauternes, half bottle                                    1994        275.00*
         5234 CHATEAU D’YQUEM, Sauternes                                                 1994        425.00*

                                           * Please inquire for availability
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                                              DESSERT WINES
                                      (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)
                                                       AUSTRIA
                  When you think of Austrian sweet wines one-name springs to mind - Alois Kracher.
             The Kracher estate is located in the Burgenland region of eastern Austria - near the Hungarian
               border. The mists that develop during autumn over the lake spread to the vineyards. These
            conditions are ideal for attracting botrytis. Kracher’s wines are superbly rich, lush, complex and
            concentrated. They have a wonderful acidic balance that cuts through sweetness, giving the wines
                                                      great freshness.
          5301 KRACHER, Auslese Cuvee, Burgenland, half bottle                               2003         50.00
          5302 KRACHER, Beerenauslese Cuvee, Burgenland, half bottle                         2003         65.00
          5303 KRACHER, Trockenbeeren Auslese, Grand Cuvee, Number 7, half bottle            2003        150.00

                                                   GERMANY
         In Germany, Riesling constitutes around 20% of total plantings, yet it is responsible for all its greatest
             wines. It is planted widely on well-drained, south-facing slate-rich slopes, with the greatest wines
            coming from the best slopes in the best villages. It produces delicate, racy, nervy and stylish wines
             that cover a wide spectrum of flavors from steely and bone dry with beautifully scented fruits of
            apples, apricots, and sometimes peaches, through to the exotically sweet flavors of the great sweet
                                                            wines.
           5304 J. & H.A. STRUB, Niersteiner Paterberg, Riesling Eiswein, Mosel 375 ml 2004               105.00
          5305 MUSSBACHER ESELSHAUT, Riesling Eiswein 500 ml                               1998          225.00
          Muller Catoar, Pfalz
          5306 MEMBMER, Trockenbeernauslese, Herbert Membmer 500 ml                        2001          205.00
          5307 SELBACH-OSTER, Zeltinger Sonnenuhr, Trockenbeerenauslese, 375 ml            2003          375.00

                                                    FRANCE
           Alsace is a beautiful area full of small, historic, half-timbered towns and dramatic scenery. Like the
            Auslese, Beerenauslese and Trockenbeerenauslese wines of Germany, Alsace also produces wines
            which range in style from beautifully balanced off-dry, to fully luscious dessert wines. "Vendange
            Tardive" on the label indicates late-harvested grapes, where extra hanging time on the vine gives
             added sweetness and glycerin, whilst the rare and expensive "Sélection des Grains Nobles" are
                             amongst the greatest botrytis-affected dessert wines of the world.
          5310 PINOT GRIS, “Cuvee Prestige”, Francois Baur, Alsace                         2000           90.00
          5311 RIESLING, “Selection de Grains Nobles”, Francois Baur, Alsace               2000          140.00

                                                  AMERICAN
          5316 CHATEAU ST.JEAN, Johannisberg Riesling, Late Harvest,                       1980            95.00
          Russian River, half bottle
          5317 CHATEAU ST.JEAN, Johannisberg Riesling, Late Harvest,                       1989            95.00
          Russian River, half bottle
          5318 LOLONIS, Late Harvest Sauvignon Blanc, Mendocino, half bottle               1983            75.00
          5319 PELEGRINI VINEYARDS, “Finale”, half bottle                                  1993            85.00
          5320 CA’TOGNI, Sweet Red Wine, Napa Valley, half bottle                          1991            95.00

                                                    CANADA
          5340 INNISKILLIN, Ice Wine, Vidal, Niagara Peninsula, half bottle                2006          125.00
          5341 INNISKILLIN, Ice Wine, Vidal, Oak Aged, Niagara Peninsula, half bottle 2005               175.00
          5342 INNISKILLIN, Ice Wine, Riesling, VQA, Niagara Peninsula, half bottle        2005          175.00
          5343 INNISKILLIN, Ice Wine, Riesling, Niagara Peninsula, half bottle             2006          175.00

                                                  AUSTRALIA
          5330 NOBLE ONE, Botrytis Semillon, De Bortoli, half bottle                       1998          105.00
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                                             VINTAGE PORT
                                    (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)
           Historical records show that Port from specific vintages was being offered to the English market
          since 1773. It is claimed that the first wine that could be justly named Vintage Port was introduced
                                                           in 1775.
            Vintage Ports display a richness not found in any other wine, with the smooth, sweet, warming
                                   black and red fruit combining elegance with power.
           As with any wine, there are differences in both quality and style between the various houses. It is
            generally acknowledged that Dow is the firmest, driest style of Port, and Graham the sweetest.
         Warre sits stylistically between the two, while Taylor is probably the most elegant. Croft and Smith
                                      Woodhouse are slightly earlier in maturation.
         5400 BORGES                                                                       1980        125.00

         5399 BURMEISTER                                                                   1963        425.00
         5401 BURMEISTER                                                                   1970        225.00

         5402 FERREIRA                                                                     1994        175.00

         5403 SMITH WOODHOUSE                                                              1977        250.00

         5404 COCKBURN                                                                     1960        275.00
         5405 COCKBURN                                                                     1991        150.00
         5406 COCKBURN                   Magnum                                            1994        475.00

         5407 CROFT                                                                        1960        225.00

          Dow's Vintage Ports are among the longest-lived, possessing impressive backbone and structure.
            These ports are drier and often show magical qualities on the nose. Much of the fruit used in
         declared vintage years comes from the premium vineyards at Quinta do Bomfim, which also makes
                              a very fine wine, in non-declared years, under that name.

         5408 DOW’S                                                                        1977        310.00
         5409 DOW’S                                                                        1991        165.00
         Fonseca is a partner to its rival, Taylor's, though the two brands have kept their separate identities.
          Long-lived, the vintage wines are renowned for their quality of fruit and sheer opulence. Fonseca is
                         without doubt a top name and one that everyone should aspire to try.
         5411 FONSECA                                                                     1970         375.00
         5412 FONSECA                     Magnum                                          1970         750.00
         5413 FONSECA                                                                     1977         375.00
         5414 FONSECA                                                                     1980         155.00
         5415 FONSECA                                                                     1983         175.00
         5417 FONSECA 20yr OLD TAWNY                                                                   115.00

         W & J Graham was originally a Glasgow-based textiles firm. The company became port shippers in
         the early 1800s. Graham's Vintage Ports are the epitome of richness and concentration and this is
                     reflected right through their range of wines from ruby to vintage classics.

         5420 GRAHAM                                                                       1966        325.00
         5421 GRAHAM                                                                       1970        410.00
         5422 GRAHAM                                                                       1975        175.00
         5423 GRAHAM                                                                       1977        375.00
         5419 GRAHAM                     Magnum                                            1977        850.00
         5425 GRAHAM                                                                       1985        210.00
         5426 GRAHAM                                                                       1991        165.00

         5430 GRAHAM’S MALVEDOS                                                            1988        160.00


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                                            VINTAGE PORT
                                   (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)

         5432 KOPKE                                                                      1970        125.00

         5433 OSBOURNE                                                                   1991        125.00
         5434 OSBOURNE                                                                   1994        105.00

         5461 QUINTA DO NOVAL COLHEITA, TAWNY                                            1974        305.00
         5462 QUINTA DO NOVAL COLHEITA, TAWNY                                            1976        275.00
         5436 QUINTA DO NOVAL                                                            1982        135.00
         5437 QUINTA DO NOVAL                                                            1991        145.00
         5435 QUINTA DO NOVAL 40yr OLD TAWNY                                                         325.00

         5438 PRESIDENTIAL                                                               1994        125.00
         5439 PRESIDENTIAL                                                               2000        155.00

         5440 ROBERTSON’S REBELLO VALENTE                                                1977        175.00
         5441 ROBERTSON’S REBELLO VALENTE                                                1983        150.00

          Founded by an adventurous Scotsman in 1790, Sandeman's went on to become one of the most well
          recognized brands in the world. The Sandeman family ran the company with great success until it
                                                went public in 1952.
         5444 SANDEMAN                                                              1977        250.00
         5445 SANDEMAN                                                              1985        175.00
         5446 SANDEMAN                                                              1994        175.00
         5447 SANDEMAN LBV                                                          2000        105.00

         5448 TAYLOR FLADGATE                                                            1968        175.00
         5450 TAYLOR FLADGATE                                                            1970        425.00
         5451 TAYLOR FLADGATE                                                            1977        425.00
         5449 TAYLOR FLADGATE                                                            1978        175.00
         5452 TAYLOR FLADGATE                                                            1985        205.00
         5459 TAYLOR FLADGATE 10yr OLD TAWNY                                                          75.00
         5460 TAYLOR FLADGATE 20yr OLD TAWNY                                                         110.00

          Warre's is the oldest continuously British-owned brand, as well as one of the most distinguished. It
         currently thrives under the ownership of the Symington family, who have furthered its quality with
           the purchase twenty years ago of the Quinta da Cavadinha, an estate with nearly 100 hectares of
                                      highest-quality vines in the Rio Torto valley.
           In more recent years, the brand has caught up with Dow (they are both owned by the Symington
             family); and, while Dow's is a firmer-styled wine, Warre's has a distinctive character that is
                                            perfectly balanced and elegant.
         5453 WARRE’S                                                                     1963        825.00
         5454 WARRE’S                                                                     1966        625.00
         5455 WARRE’S                                                                     1975        175.00
         5456 WARRE’S                                                                     1977        295.00
         5458 WARRE’S                                                                     1991        165.00




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                                                  MADEIRA
                                   (from the cellar of Harry Poulakakos)
         Madeira, named after the island it is made on, is like no other wine in the world. Perhaps no greater
            dedication has gone into the making of a fine wine than that which has gone into the making of
           Madeira. Madeira’s success is due largely to the primitive shipping conditions of the seventeenth
           century. To reach the New World, the wines passed through the tropics. The baking it received in
            the blazing tropical sun gave an otherwise light and acidic wine an increased softness, depth of
         flavor, and a pleasant burnt quality. It was reasoned, if one crossing of the equator was good for the
         wine, two had to be better. By the late 1700's, orders were given to put pipes of Madeira in the hold
          of ships as ballast, and send them on round trip voyages to all parts of the world, creating a rather
            unique way to mature wine. The wine became known as “vinho da roda” or “wine of the round
          voyage”. Why these wines, exposed to constant rocking, extreme heat, and the barrels often found
                                  soaking in bilge water, were not ruined, is a mystery.

         5600 LEACOCKS BOAL                                                            1934           725.00
         5601 LEACOCKS BOAL                                                            1950           585.00
         5602 LEACOCKS SERCIAL                                                         1950           625.00
         5603 LEACOCKS VERDECHO, Jubilee Selection                                     1952           525.00
         5604 LEACOCKS MOSCATEL                                                        1900          1900.00




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             AWARDS

               &

         ACKNOWLEDGMENTS




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          Award of Unique Distinction 2007




                       2008
                   BEST WINE LIST
         (More than 1000 Selections Category)
                 AWARD OF MERIT

          BEST WINE LIST PRESENTATION
              AWARD OF DISTINCTION




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