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Give the Gift of Red

With these three wines, you will be able to make everyone on your Nice List happy, and end the year on a jolly note.


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The Stocking Stuffer

You can’t go wrong with an affordable and juicy red to warm the hearts of your loved ones this season. Blackberries and spice make everything nice in the 2010 La Posta Malbec from Mendoza, Argentina. For $18, you’ll be sending the right message. winestealssd.com

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The Splurge

Properly thank your clients or impress your in-laws with a first-class wine. Cathy Corison makes magical wines that age for decades. “My philosophy is to make complex wines that walk the fine line between power and elegance.” Anything from her is worth buying. corison.com

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The Selfie

You deserve your own bottle. It’s been a heck of a year! Indulge in Abiouness Cellars’ 2008 Hudson Vineyard Carneros Pinot Noir. It’s loaded with strawberries, cherries, a lush mouthfeel, and a vanilla finish. Worth every penny at $40. protocolwinestudio.com

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