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Private Cellar – Decades

Welcome to the second Barrel Taster private cellar release. We’re excited to feature a wide range of wines from both the old world and across the US a for our first shipment. We’ve spend the past few months debating on the wines to include in these flights and believe that the choices we’ve made truly represent the best of the best. We only have 1-2 bottles of several of these wines, so please be sure to reserve your selection as soon as possible so that you don’t miss out. If we do run out of stock, we have several alternatives available and will notify you of the change.

15 Wines included:

2003 Sine Qua Non Omega Pinot Noir - Bottle Price: $699

Pinot Noir from CA – No longer produced

93 Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate

The top-notch 2003 Pinot Noir Omega Shea Vineyard offers up beautiful aromatics of raspberries, plums, blueberries, and flowers. This deeply fruity, medium to full-bodied Pinot boasts tremendous opulence, a sweet mid-palate, admirable purity, and a seamless finish. Drink it over the next 5-7 years. After 2003, Elaine and Manfred Krankl will no longer produce a Shea Vineyard Pinot Noir due to the logistical problems of moving fruit from Oregon to their winery in Ventura.
2004 Sine Qua Non Into the Dark - Bottle Price: $699

Grenache from Central Coast, California

99 Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate

2004 Into the Dark: This absolutely magnificent wine is a blend of 84% Grenache, 8% Mourvedre, 7% Syrah and 1% Viognier, with most of it emerging from the estate’s 11 Confessions Vineyard. It still has a very opaque ruby/purple color, along with a sweet nose of graphite, wood smoke, spice box, white chocolate, kirsch and creme de cassis. Still quite infantile in terms of its development, the wine is full-bodied, with a 45- to 50-second finish. Another 2-3 years of cellaring will be beneficial, and it is certainly capable of lasting 10 or more years.
2019 Mayacamas Cabernet Sauvignon - Bottle Price: $184

Cabernet Sauvignon from Mt. Veeder, Napa Valley, California

  • 97 Vinous

    The 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon is a pretty rich, bombastic wine, especially for Mayacamas. A blast of dark fruit, incense, tobacco, licorice, spice and mocha hits the palate. I would give the 2019 at least a few years in bottle to settle down, as it is quite the powerhouse today. This is an unusually flamboyant wine with plenty of richness and a bit less in the way of subtlety. The opulence of the vintage comes through loud and clear.

  • 96 Wine Spectator

    Loaded with character and energy, this version reveals heavy notes of zesty sweet bay leaf and sassafras that infuse a core of steeped red currant and mulberry fruit, all carried by bright acidity and iron-laced tannins. The long finish pulls everything together, with the fruit, savory and mineral elements in harmony. Showing an old-school touch, this has a long life ahead. Best from 2025 through 2045.

  • 95 James Suckling

    Seductive aromas of dark cherries, mulberries, spiced plums, wild herbs and dried spices. Medium to full body with finely grained tannins. Textural and suave with a voluptuous array of berries, cherries and raw cocoa on the palate. Velvety and well-balanced with a focused developing finish.

  • 94 Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
    The 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon remains true to the winery’s historic style, offering complex notes of dried herbs and mixed berries, carried across the palate by a wine that’s medium-bodied, crisp and somewhat lean by modern Napa standards. It finishes long and dusty, promising well for the future.
2019 Bond Pluribus Bordeaux - Bottle Price: $899

Bordeaux Red Blend from Napa Valley, California

The name refers to the Latin word for many, and was chosen to signify the various facets involved in creating a fine wine: from the sun, soil, and climate of a vineyard, to the team of people who guide a wine through its evolution. A breathtaking mountainous 7-acre site with steep exposures to the north, east and southeast, the soil is comprised of volcanic bedrock. Pluribus, which debuted in the 2003 vintage, is defined as a bold, rich and concentrated wine; elements of dark plum, roasted coffee, and scents of cedar are inherent throughout the vintages.

  • 100 Jeb Dunnuck
    Another perfect wine from this incredible team is the 2019 Pluribus, a darker, richer, concentrated, yet still seamless 2019. Cassis, red plums, bouquet garni, tobacco, and assorted lead pencil and graphite notes all emerge on the nose. Full-bodied and utterly perfect on the palate, it has ultra-fine tannins, a multi-dimensional, layered mouthfeel, and remarkable purity of fruit. It doesn’t get any better. As with the Vecina, hide bottles for 5-7 years if you can. It’s going to evolve for 30 years.
  • 99 James Suckling
    Blackcurrants, flowers, crushed stones and some licorice. Sappy, Roasted coffee, too. Full, very structured and tannic with firmness and length. Fine, chewy tannins. Stone interface to the fruit. Great length. Highlights the greatness of Spring Mountain. Try after 2028.
  • 98 Decanter
    Vines rooted in Aiken loam soils on Spring Mountain are surrounded by conifer and redwoods. It is the ripest of the Bond wines, very compact, only hinting at black fruit aromas and forest floor notes. Rich, black, satiny fruit, olive and dark chocolate are framed by long, sappy tannins and crisp acids. Dark, brooding and muscular. Delicious now, with decades to go.
  • 97 Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
    The 2019 Pluribus originates from a site 1000 feet above sea level on Spring Mountain. East facing and planted in 1998 on Aiken clay loam, it’s wonderfully sappy and herbal on the nose but balances those notes with ripe cherries. It’s medium to full-bodied, not as rich or lush as some of the other Bond wines, but silky, suave and elegant, with a long, lingering finish laced with dried herbs and softly dusty tannins.
  • 94 Wine Spectator

    Ripe, sleek and polished in style, with inviting boysenberry and blackberry puree notes that meld with black tea, melted licorice, singed wood spice, sage, menthol and a late tug of bittersweet cocoa.

2017 Sloan Proprietary Red - Bottle Price: $749

Bordeaux Red Blend from Rutherford, Napa Valley, California

The estate’s flagship wine since its inaugural 2000 vintage, Sloan Proprietary Red is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, and Petit Verdot. Layered with remarkable complexity and intensity of flavors and aromas, Sloan exhibits a gorgeous tension between elements of grace and power, balance and opulence, as well as age and vibrancy. It is a precise wine with defined structure and immense aging potential and at the same time, a seductive wine of exceptional fruit finesse, minerality, and multilayered mouthfeel. Crafted with meticulous care from vine to bottle and exacting standards for achieving the highest quality, this uninhibitedly rich and extraordinarily pure wine is a beautiful, raw expression of the winery’s terroir – a reflection of the soils, climate, and its place of origin.

96 Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate

The deep garnet-purple colored 2017 Proprietary Red sails out of the glass with open-knit, compelling scents of Black Forest cake, blackberry pie and black currant jelly with suggestions of Indian spices, garrigue, rose oil and sandalwood. The full-bodied palate is richly fruited and jam-packed with opulent black fruit preserves and exotic spice layers, framed by a wicked backbone of freshness and plush, well-managed tannins, finishing with impressive length and perfume.
2018 The Debate Artalade Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon - Bottle Price: $629

Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa Valley, California

The Artalade Vineyard is known for its very classic elegance, however, it pushes the envelope of style which creates an unforgettable and timeless finish. The color is a deep, dark coffee bean with touches of magenta and mahogany. The nose has a beautiful explosion of strawberry, chocolate, tulips and roses with minerality and granite, lingering on blueberry and elderberry. The palate is soft, yet fresh entrance evolving on very blue fruit mid-palate that shows extreme balance, lingering texture and velvety tannins. 100% Barrel Fermented, 20 days on skins. Aged 22 months, 80% new French oak.

  • 97 Wine Enthusiast
    Refined tannin and integrated fruit mark this lovely, full-bodied wine, which is 100% varietal and made in tiny amounts. Leather, tobacco and cedar highlight a lengthy and elegant core seething in cassis and currant, with a touch of oak and dark chocolate on the finish.
  • 95 Jeb Dunnuck
    Coming from a site on Pritchard Hill, the 2018 Cabernet Sauvignon Artalade Montagna Vineyards is pure Mountain fruit and reveals a powerful, dense, primordial style that’s going to reward bottle age. Dense purple, with impressive purity in its blueberry and black cherry fruits, it offers more tobacco, graphite, and crushed stone-like minerality with time in the glass. Rich, medium to full-bodied, and concentrated on the palate, it wasn’t until the second day that this started to offer some complexity and charm, and it’s going to require a solid decade of bottle age to hit the early stages of maturity. It will have 30 years or more of ultimate longevity.
  • 95 James Suckling
    Fragrant aromas of wild blackberry, blackcurrant leaf, pine, clove and licorice. Crushed walnut and graphite, too. It’s full-bodied, rich and polished with firm, integrated tannins. Serious depth and complexity. Very typical Napa style. Wait a few years. Drink from 2024.
  • 94 Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
    Deep garnet-purple in color, the 2018 Cabernet Sauvignon Artalade Vineyard bursts from the glass with notes of blueberry compote, baked plums, Black Forest cake and crème de cassis with hints of expresso, licorice and charcoal. The full-bodied palate is packed with black fruit preserves with a refreshing backbone and grainy texture, finishing on a lingering earthy note.
  • 93 Wine Spectator
    Very inviting, showing a creamy feel throughout as cassis, plum and raspberry notes glide through, with light hints of anise, violet and apple wood. This is well-structured through the finish, but the fruit keeps the upper hand easily. Best from 2023 through 2035.
2007 Levy & McClellan Proprietary Red - Bottle Price: $599

Red Blend from Napa Valley, California

96 Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate

The 2007 Cabernet Sauvignon has closed down slightly since last year. Now in bottle, it exhibits an opaque purple color as well as a similar but more subdued bouquet of lead pencil shavings, burning embers, blueberry liqueur, creme de cassis and flowers. Powerful, rich and pure, its statuesque structure, lavish concentration and formidable tannin levels suggest 3-5 years of bottle age is warranted. This may turn out to be the finest Cabernet Sauvignon produced in the short history of the Levy and McClellan Diamond Mountain winery, although the 2008 has the potential to equal it. The 2007 should last for three decades or more.
2017 Paul Hobbs Beckstoffer To Kalon Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon - Bottle Price: $499

Cabernet Sauvignon from Oakville, Napa Valley, California

Brilliant, deep red/black color. This is a rich and concentrated wine brimming with the flavors of blackberry, currant, red plum, anise, and cedar. The wine displays a duality of power and elegance. The balance of intriguing fruits, spice, mocha oak and firm tannins makes this wine exceptional in its approachability and cellar worthiness.

  • 97 James Suckling
    This is a solid and powerful To Kalon with blueberries, currants and minerals. Hint of lead pencil. Full-bodied, yet reserved. Steely, very polished and structured. Needs three to five years. Try after 2023.
  • 95 Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
    Deep purple-black in color, the 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon Beckstoffer To Kalon Vineyard comes bounding out of the glass with exuberant plum preserves, Christmas cake and chocolate-covered cherries notes, followed by hints of potpourri, Chinese five spice, incense and dried mint. Medium to full-bodied, the palate shows a more decadent side to this vintage, packed with exotic spices and black fruit preserves, with a plush texture and refreshing lift to the finish.
  • 94 Wine Spectator
    Juicy and compact, featuring a racy-edged core of cassis and fig fruit flavors, this shows good drive, with light bramble, sage, bay leaf and olive notes running around. A well-built, muscular style, showing a great grounding in terroir, exhibiting a grippy, warm gravel edge on the finish. Best from 2022 through 2037.
2012 Bryant Family Bettina Proprietary Red - Bottle Price: $499

Bordeaux Red Blends from Napa Valley, California

The Bettina Bryant Proprietary Red Wine is a gorgeous blend of Bordeaux varietals sourced from three of David Abreu’s own exceptional estate vineyards – Madrona, Thorevilos, and Lucia Howell Mountain. A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, and Petit Verdot, and made with the same attention to detail as Bryant, this wine is beautifully layered and complex.
  • 96 Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
    The seductive 2012 Proprietary Red Bettina offers up a more Margaux-like femininity compared to the overwhelming power and richness of the Bryant Family Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon. This wine is a blend sourced from three of David Abreu’s vineyards – Madrona, Thorevilos and Lucia. Notes of Christmas fruitcake, underbrush, blackcurrants, black cherries, licorice and spice box emerge from this complex 2012. At this stage, it is more evolved and aromatically satisfying than the pure blue and black fruits of the Cabernet Sauvignon. Full-bodied and opulent with impeccable balance as well as purity, this wine is already hard to resist because of its surprising complexity and poise. Drink it over the next 15-20 years.
  • 96 James Suckling
    This is superb wine with dark chocolate, berry and spice. Extremely perfumed. Full body, super silky tannins. Great finish. This is so delicious. Ripe yet fresh. Tannins are polished and elegant. `
  • 94 Wine Spectator
    Shows wonderful focus and purity of flavor, extending from initial hints of dusty, loamy earth to cedary oak accents and a taut core of dusty dark berry and savory notes. Impressively graceful and textured. Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot. Drink now through 2029.
2020 Cathiard Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon - Bottle Price: $499

Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa Valley, California

On the nose the purity of Cabernet Sauvignon fruit not hiding behind the oak regime, along with Valrhona chocolate, tobacco and spice. The mouthfeel is dense but delicate. Lots of energy but combined with finesse. Silky texture all throughout a long finish. Tannins are remarkably integrated. Unmistakably Napa Cab, but with a significant elegance/ethereal factor that makes it extremely drinkable.

Blend: 95% Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Cabernet Franc

  • 97 James Suckling
    Wonderful aromas of blackcurrants, dark plums, mint, sage, and dried wood. Some sandalwood. Full- to medium-bodied with tannins that have the texture of fine velvet and run down the length of the wine. Extremely polished and refined. Sophisticated. Firm at the end. This will age beautifully. Pure cabernet sauvignon. Best after 2026.
  • 97 Wine Enthusiast

    Extraordinary and opulent, this densely concentrated, luxuriously textured flagship Napa wine by Florence and Daniel Cathiard of Bordeaux is their first vintage from the former Flora Springs property. The wine is softly saturated with black currants, blueberries, spearmint and black olives for a comforting, mouthfilling expression that is at once powerful and gentle. It feels layered, deep and creamy.

  • 96 Decanter
    Ripe and juicy blue fruit aromas on the nose with some soft wood spice, acaia, liquorice, a touch of California heat in the aromas but smells fresh and inviting. Clean, supple, lively, pure and focussed on the palate. Tannins take the fore, really quite mouthfilling with ash, smoke, tar, tobacco edges, leather and some meat, underpinning the blackcurrant, black cherry and blueberry fruit. Still quite tense, focused in the centre, driving from start to finish in one line, despite the slight weight and nice density of the tannins. A very soft vanilla sweetness is also apparent. It’s both potent and poised, perfumed and pure. You can’t get away from the liquorice and tar undercurrent that really marks the wine. Dark, savoury, brooding, a really complete wine. Lots of personality and manages the combination of having both Bordeaux and Napa sparkle. A delicious first vintage from the new Napa estate owned by Florence and Daniel Cathiard of Smith Haut Lafitte. Directors Justine Labbé and Fabien Teigen, consultants Michel Rolland and Frederick Ammons.
  • 94 Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
    There are 9,000 bottles of the flagship 2020 Cathiard Vineyard Proprietary Red, a sturdy blend of 95% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Cabernet Franc. Marked by scents of black cherries, cassis and cedar, this debut is medium to full-bodied and nicely proportioned but also a bit astringent and drying, in need of time to come together. Finishing with savory elements of mocha, earth and black olives, this wine offers a promising juxtaposition of California fruit with Bordelais sensibilities regarding structure and aging.


2018 Kapcsandy Family Winery State Lane Vineyard Roberta's Reserve - Bottle Price: $399

Merlot from Yountville, Napa Valley, California

  • 98 Vinous
    The 2018 Roberta’s Reserve is all elegance, all class. But it is also more reserved than it was a year ago. That’s probably a very good thing for its long-term prospects, though. In 2018, the Roberta’s is especially fine and understated. I can’t wait to taste it in another few years’ time. That 2018 retrospective will be here before you know it!
  • 97 Jeb Dunnuck
    The Merlot-dominated 2018 Roberta’s Reserve (there is 2% Cabernet Franc) is also deeply hued and has a great nose of smoked black and blue fruits, gravelly earth, chocolate, and tobacco. As with all the wines here, it has incredible purity of fruit, the tannins are just about perfect, and it’s flawlessly balanced. Hide bottles for 4-5 years and enjoy over the following 15-20 years.
  • 96 Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
    A blend of 98% Merlot and 2% Cabernet Franc, the 2018 Roberta’s Reserve State Lane Vineyard was aged in French oak, 75% new. Deep garnet-purple in color, it comes bounding out of the glass with energetic notes of crushed red and black plums, boysenberries and Morello cherries plus hints of blueberry pie, camphor, dark chocolate, star anise and bay leaves. Medium to full-bodied, the palate has a solid foundation of ripe, rounded tannins and bold freshness supporting the generous, crunchy black and red fruit, finishing long and lifted.
2019 Vineyard 29 Cabernet Sauvignon - Bottle Price: $299

Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa Valley, California

From a winemaking perspective, the 2019 ’29 Estate’ Cabernet Sauvignon was an absolute pleasure to craft. Its classic Napa Cabernet characters of black currants, cassis and violets all shine through while integrated, tight grain French oak contributes to the espresso, chocolate and clove flavors on the palate. The wine is velvety in texture with richness and concentration that match its aromatic intensity. The tannins are round and supple and the finish carries for what feels like minutes. A true example of power and finesse, the 2019 ’29 Estate’ Cabernet Sauvignon will age flawlessly for over two decades.

  • 98 Vinous
    The 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon 29 Estate, 100% Cabernet, shows just how special this site in northern St. Helena planted in 1989 with Grace clone Cabernet is. Copious blackberry jam, espresso, chocolate, licorice and cloves saturate the palate. Readers will find a truly distinctive Cabernet built on aromatic intensity, huge fruit and equally potent tannins. Give it a few years to soften.
  • 97 Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
    The 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon 29 Estate, from the original vineyard on an east-facing slope just north of the town of St. Helena, is 100% Cabernet Sauvignon, aged in 85% new French oak. It’s less opulent and more classically styled than the Aida, with hints of thyme, sage and bay leaf lacing through cassis and blackberries. Full-bodied, with fine-grained tannins—but plenty of them—it’s both mouthfilling and mouth-drying, with a long, gently dusty finish. Again, it could use some time in the cellar, and then it will drink well for two decades or more.
  • 95 Wine Enthusiast
    Gorgeous, ultraripe fruit flavors meld beautifully with subtle oak spices and dark chocolate in this full-bodied and gently tannic wine. The ripeness and almost sweetness of black currant, black cherry and blueberry soaks through the fine-grained tannins for a very smooth texture. Best through at least 2030.


2019 Staglin Cabernet Sauvignon - Bottle Price: $299

Cabernet Sauvignon from Rutherford, Napa Valley, California

The beautifully sculpted 2019 Staglin Cabernet plays out like a well-written thriller, full of brilliant dialogue between its dramatic dark fruit, fine tannins, alluring resins and focused acidity. After building masterfully to a pinnacle of sun-ripened fig, lively boysenberry, and hints of cedar, these flavors recede to reveal traces of lavender imbued Dutch cocoa and rosebud tea swirling gracefully around a resolute, savory core. The wine sustains its textural finish through an ever-evolving cast of subtle, earth driven notes until softly releasing from the palate. Lovely and refined at this early glimpse, all indications promise an age-worthy representation of the phenomenal vintage. Sure to become a classic. 

  • 96 Vinous

    The 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon Estate is a rich, heady wine that is going to need a number of years to shed its baby fat and come into its own. Dark and vertical in feel, the 2019 possesses tremendous energy as well as power. Black cherry, chocolate, new leather, licorice, espresso and cloves build into the huge, resonant finish. The 2019 spent 22 months in barrel, 80% new. I would not dream of touching a bottle anytime soon. Best After 2027 Rating : 96+

  • 94 Wilfred Wong of
    COMMENTARY: The 2019 Staglin Family Vineyard Estate Cabernet Sauvignon is sturdy, satisfying, and long on the palate. TASTING NOTES: This wine offers excellent aromas and flavors of ripe berries, licorice, and oak. Serve it with the first cut from a prime rib. (Tasted: September 10, 2022, San Francisco, CA)
  • 93 Wine Spectator

    A broad, loamy and frankly toasted style, with a steady rolling wave of warmed cassis and plum sauce supported by freshly plowed earth, sweet tobacco and licorice root. A little toothy through the finish, with a plum skin note hinting at overextraction, but the fruit wins out and fans of the muscular style will be pleased with this.

2018 The Debate Stagecoach Vineyard Cabernet Franc - Bottle Price: $599

Cabernet Franc from Napa Valley, California

Stagecoach Vineyard is the largest of the three sites used by The Debate team and the one with the most elevation. The long hang time allowed for a most powerful expression of Cabernet Franc. Stagecoach Vineyard has amazing structure, strength and power yet an elegant softness and accessibility. It features a shiny, deep red cherry color with garnet and red on the rim. The nose is beautiful sweet candied cherries with plum and touches of roses, raspberries and pencil shavings, lingering on sun-dried tomatoes. The palate is round with a dark fruit entrance evolving on a framed mid palate with macerated cherries and potpourri, lingering on peaches, red cherry and a framed tannic structure with freshly picked lilac and chalk. 100% Barrel Fermented, 20 days on skins. Aged 22 months, 80% new French oak.

  • 95 Jeb Dunnuck
    From a larger site on Pritchard Hill, the 2018 Cabernet Franc Stagecoach sports a deep purple hue as well as sumptuous notes of red and black currants, smoked tobacco, spice box, and loamy earth. Medium to full-bodied on the palate, this spicy, complex, up-front, and beautifully textured Cabernet Franc is going to evolve for 15-20 years if stored correctly. It’s another impressive Cabernet Franc from Napa Valley.
  • 94 Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
    Opaque garnet-purple colored, the 2018 Cabernet Franc Stagecoach Vineyard is a little closed to begin, soon unfurling to reveal fragrant notes of red currant jelly, Morello cherries, mulberries and forest floor with nuances of cedar, pencil lead, lavender and wild thyme. Medium-bodied, the palate has a wonderful intensity of red fruit dominant flavors and loads of savory accents, supported by firm, grainy tannins and a lively backbone, finishing long and earthy.
  • 93 James Suckling
    Aromas of blackberry, walnut, dark tobacco and mahogany follow through to a full body with firm, chewy tannins that are polished and fine. Pretty finish.


2019 Unwritten Cabernet Sauvignon - Bottle Price: $599

Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa Valley, California

The 2019 vintage in Napa Valley was exquisite. Lower yields and a gorgeous growing season made for wines that are intense and opulent. 2019 Cabernet Sauvignons have the stuffing to age indefinitely but also the fruit and polish to fall in love with now. The 2019 is the boldest vintage of Unwritten Cabernet Sauvignon to date. It is a wave of sensation as you take in the aromas of plum, boysenberry, baking spice and jasmine. A rich and smooth entry leads to heady notes of licorice, matcha, and mahogany. The flow of the wine is both complex and plush. Dusty, almost ethereal, tannins evolve as the wine rolls over your palate, becoming finely pointed accents of wild blackberry flavor. A showstopper from a great vintage. 100% Cabernet Sauvignon from Oakville Station (adjacent to To Kalon in Oakville}, Lewelling Ranch in St Helena and a small amount of Cabernet from Howell Mountain. Aged 27 months in 100% French Oak, 70% of which is new and 30% that is once-used.
94 Jeb Dunnuck
A step up over the 2018, the 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley is gorgeous juice, offering lots of cassis, tapenade, chocolaty oak, and spicy notes in a round, lush, sexy package. The tannins are first rate, and this will last for 15 years. It’s well worth checking out.
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