For quite a while now, we here at StyleCrave have been big fans of a little web show called Wine Library TV.  Wine Library is a web video show featuring the director of the WineLibrary.com wine store, the wine madman himself, Gary Vaynerchuck.  Over 600 tasty episodes later, we spoke with Gary and the crew at WineLibrary to get involved with the readers at StyleCrave.com.  Starting today, StyleCrave will run a weekly column highlighting a handful of select wines, champagnes and otherwise from WineLibrary.com– and the ocassional video from Mr. Vaynerchuck himself.  If you’re looking for a drink, the wine specials are listed below the jump.  For free shipping on your order at WineLibrary, use the coupon code “STYLE” upon checkout.  Cheers, StyleCravers! [winelibrary]

Vi De Nulles Negre 2006 750ML

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Near the Mediterranean Sea, in the ancient Spanish wine region of Tarragona, lie the vineyards of Vi De Nulles. Negre de Nulles is made from locally grown grapes, un joven hecho sin roble. Translation -A juicy young wine made without oak. Fermentation begins in traditional cement depositories and finishes in stainless steel. The result? A sexy red loaded with plum, blackberry, and cassis, meant to be drunk in its youth. Negre de Nulles pairs well with pasta, grilled chicken, and roasted vegetables. Serve slightly chilled and drink it now- while you’re young.  [sale price: $7.99]

Kangarilla Road Shiraz / Viognier 2006 750ML

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“Even better is the 2006 Shiraz – Viognier (8%). Kangarilla Road seems to have mastered this blend in which the Viognier component plays a significant rather than subsidiary role. The Viognier and Shiraz were co-fermented and aged for 14 months in new French oak. Opaque purple in color, the beguiling aromatics offer a kinkiness generally seen only in luxury cuvees such as Guigal`s La Mouline. Grilled meat, honey/floral elements, pepper, blueberry, and blackberry liqueur also play a role. Mouth-filling and rich, with layered, spicy black fruit flavors, all the components are in harmony. Although difficult to resist now, this tantalizing wine will drink well through 2021. It is a fantastic value (especially when you could buy three cases of this wine for the price of one bottle of La Mouline).”  [sale price: $19.98]

Leeuwin Artist Series Cabernet Sauvignon 2004 750ML

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“Ruby-red color. Opaque ruby. Deep cassis and boysenberry aromas are brightened by zesty minerals and complicated by cured tobacco, licorice and baking spices. Sappy dark berry flavors are firmed by youthful tannins and pick up bitter chocolate and licorice with air. A powerful rendition of this wine, but there’s no excess weight. Shows a more tangy red fruit character on the extremely long, juicy finish. Bet on this improving for at least another ten years.”  [sale price: $34.98]

Vi De Nulles Blanc 2006 750ML

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Near the Mediterranean Sea, in the ancient Spanish wine region of Tarragona, lie the vineyards of Vi De Nulles. Blanc de Nulles is a unique blend of locally grown grapes offering beautiful aromas of pear, kiwi, and lavender. Flavors of nectarine, green apple, and citrus leave the palate clean and refreshed. This wine has not been aged in oak. Fermentation begins in traditional cement depositories and finishes in stainless steel. Serve Blanc de Nulles chilled with roasted chicken, grilled fish, shrimp, or lobster. [sale price: $7.99]

Roo Estate Chardonnay 2007 750ML

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“Still the leading variety in the white wine stakes, this Roo Estates Chardonnay offers a versatile, freshing, all-occasion drink. Melon and tropical fruit character in abundance, with just a hint of oak.” [sale price: $7.99]

Jean Saint Honore Meursault 2006 750ML

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“Jean Saint Honore Meursault is produced exclusively from the vineyards surrounding the village or Meursault. The grapes are hand harvested and the wine is aged for 10-14 months in small French oak casks, prior to bottling. It will develop great flavors and bouquet with bottle aging or can be enjoyed young. This is an excellent example of a great French White Burgundy that is available only in limited quantities.” [sale price: $29.98]

One + One = Three Brut 750ML

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“This winery does have a real name, “U Mes U Fan Tres,” but its distinctive labels appear with the moniker “1 + 1 = 3.” Some good values emerge from this estate, including the non-vintage Cava Brut, which exhibits an Italian Prosecco-like frothiness along with light-bodied, elegant, crisp, grapefruit and lemon zest characteristics. Made in a refreshing style meant for easy consumption, it should be enjoyed over the next six months.” [sale price: $10.99]

Duval Leroy Brut 750ML

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“Big, full-bodied bubbly featuring graphite, toast, lemon and nut aromas and flavors. It’s balanced, with an assertive finish. Will improve with a few months of cellaring. Drink now through 2009.” [sale price: $28.98]

Dom Perignon 2000 750ML

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“The 2000 Brut Dom Perignon is a gorgeous, seductive wine that floats on the palate with remarkable grace. Toasty aromas meld into freshly cut flowers, apricots and pears, with sweet notes of mint and licorice that linger on the long finish. This perfumed, inviting Dom Perignon is elegance personified, and in this vintage the wine fully merits its lofty reputation. According to winemaker Vincent Chaperone there is only one disgorgement date for the first release of Dom Perignon, and the 2000 was disgorged over a period of weeks in March and April, 2007, 2007. Anticipated maturity: 2008-2018. Moet & Chandon is one of Champagne’s giants when it comes to the sheer number of bottles that emerge from its cellars each year. The house’s top wine, Dom Perignon, is quite possibly the most iconic wine in Champagne, and perhaps the world. Production numbers are always kept close to the vest, but that notwithstanding, it is impossible to ignore the exceptional quality that the best vintages offer. At its best Dom Perignon is also an extremely ageworthy wine. In recent years Chef de Caves Richard Geoffroy has instituted a program of re-releasing newly disgorged wines under the OEnotheque program. Younger vintages see a second release (also known as second plenitude), while some of the older, classic vintages from the 1970s are on their third release (also known as third plenitude). While the OEnotheques, particularly the third releases, can be very pricey, at their finest they offer an extraordinary,otherworldly drinking experience matched by few wines in the world. Although Moet & Chandon doesn’t disclose disgorgement dates, Geoffroy is considering adding that information in the near future.” 94 Points – Antonio Galloni (The Wine Advocate) [sale price: $133.00]