Congratulations to our TOP 100 WS Winners!

/ December 22, 2020

It’s the most wonderful time of the year – Top 100’s Season! Each year since 1988, Wine Spectator releases their Top 100 Wines. Selected from thousands of wines reviewed during the course of the year, and representing a wide range of styles and regions, these wines constitute the crème de la crème of wines that bring passion to wine-lovers around the world.

This year, join us in celebrating five of our producers and their outstanding wines, which we are very proud to represent.

#2       Aubert Pinot Noir UV Vineyard 2018

“Powerful and structured, with minerally richness to the fine-edged red fruit and savory spice flavors. The sleek finish offers impressive purity and clarity to the notes of hot stone, flint and underbrush. Best from 2021 through 2026. ”

- Kim Marcus    95 Points

#26    Quivira Sauvignon Blanc Fig Tree Vineyard 2018

“Verbena, beeswax and matcha green tea notes give way to a succulent, polished core of lemon curd, lanolin and quince flavors. Powerfully intense and focused, but the mouthwatering acidity keeps the flavors vivid, fresh and light-footed. Drink now.”

- Matt Walls    93 Points

#30    Vinos Atlántico 'Pinyolet' Garnacha Montsant 2016

“This red has density and polish, with cherry and red plum flavors accented by forest floor, tobacco and licorice notes. Solid and balanced. Drink now through 2026. 3,500 cases made, 3,146 cases imported.”

- Thomas Matthews    91 Points

#37    Bergström 'Cumberland Reserve' Pinot Noir 2018

“Dynamic yet harmonious, with expressive raspberry and rose petal aromas, accented by flavors of orange peel and dusky spice. Builds richness toward polished tannins. Drink now through 2028. 4,210 cases made.” 

- Tim Fish    94 Points

#47    Vietti 'Tre Vigne' Barbera d'Asti DOCG 2017

“High-toned black currant, black cherry and violet aromas and flavors are accented by vanilla and toast notes in this suave red. Supple and intense, with a lingering aftertaste of dark fruit, licorice and spice. Drink now through 2024. 6,000 cases made, 3,000 cases imported.”

 - Bruce Sanderson    91 Points

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