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Wines including the wonderfully aromatic 2008 Domaine Ollier Taillefer Faugeres Les Collines, a red blend from the still under-the-radar Faugeres region of south-west France, and the gently fruity 2009 Axel Pauly Generations Mosel Riesling Feinherb from Germany introduce you to the finest wines of the old world. The new world is also amply represented with classic wines from California such as the rich, juicy 2007 Two Angels Sonoma Valley Cabernet Sauvignon that is sure to become a favorite!
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Have questions or want to place an order? Feel free to give the folks at The New York Times Wine Club a call at 1-877-698-6841.
Restrictions apply. Wines are subject to change. Offer does not apply to existing Wine Club members, one-time Wine Gifts or Wine Shop. Expires 12/31/10. The New York Times has chosen Global Wine Company and its panel of experts to select the wines and operate the club on our behalf. The Wine Club is operated without the participation of The Times's critics or newsroom.