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Using grapes from only select grand cru and premier cru villages and aged for 13 years, the Bollinger R.D.2004 is an exceptional vintage of this limited expression of Champagne. ($300) 914.769.3000,,

 A multi-vintage Champagne combining prestigious reserve wines, the Moët & Chandon MCIII is an elegant addition to any holiday table as well as a valuable collectible. ($650 for magnum)

 The handmade crystal Marne decanter from Riedel’s M Collection exhibits a minimalistic design inspired by vintage Cognac and whisky bottles. ($190)

 The 2014 vintage of Penfolds Grange, one of the most esteemed South Australian wines, is a powerful blend of 98 percent shiraz and 2 percent cabernet that has collectors already abuzz for its potential future taste—and value. ($850)

 Matured for 16 years, P2 2000 from Dom Pérignon exhibits a fresh, lively taste of the brand’s first harvest of the millennium thanks to its long contact with the lees. ($360)

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Cooper & Thief Cellarmasters cabernet sauvignon 2015 was aged for six months in rye whisky barrels, giving it rich dark-fruit aromas with a hint of rye spice. ($60)

Shafer TD-9 2016 is a blend of merlot, cabernet and a bit of malbec from estate vineyards in Yountville, Stags Leap and the Vacas just south of Stags Leap. ($60)

 Martini & Rossi has released a drier, crisper and more citrus-forward prosecco in its new Collezione Speciale, complete with a festive bottle for the holiday table. ($25)

 The cabernet glass from Riedel’s Performance collection features nearly imperceptible ridges that allow wine to aerate quickly within the glass. ($59 per set of 2)

Knifemaker Poglia teamed with winery Cooper & Thief to make this limited-edition corkscrew featuring a bicolor wood-and-bone handle and brass details. ($135)

Guigal’s signature Château d’Ampuis 2012 displays the character of the extraordinary Côte-Rôtie grapes from which it is made, and is presented here in its first-ever magnum. ($355) 914.769.3000,,

Sterling Vineyards Iridium 2015 is a fruit-forward, robust cabernet sauvignon with a long and smooth finish. ($250)

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