The Best Italian Wines 2014 for Class Magazine
The Best Italian Wines 2014 for Class Magazine


The Best Italian Wines 2014 for Class Magazine

The Best Italian Wines 2014 for Class Magazine

Class Magazine annually ranks the best Italian wines by comparing the assessments of the most important guides.

Class Magazine has crossed the judgments of “Wine Spectator” and “The Wine Advocate”, two of the most important publications in the American landscape.

Class has compiled its Top 15 of the best Italian wines in the U.S., key market for Italian wine.



Here are the Top 15 best Italian wines by Class

The ranking marks the absolute predominance of Tuscan wines with Brunello di Montalcino Biondi Santi Reserve 2006 of Tenuta Greppo, no. 1. At the second place, another pearl of the Italian oenology: Sassicaia 2009 of Tenuta San Guido, no. 2.

Interesting is the fact that, to win the third step of the podium is a pure Cabernet Franc: the “Dedicato a Walter 2009” of Poggio al Tesoro (Allegrini).



The best Italian wines in the U.S. according to “Class Magazine”


1 – Brunello di Montalcino Reserve Biondi Santi 2006 Tenuta Greppo

2 – Sassicaia 2009 Tenuta San Guido

3 – Dedicato a Walter 2009 Poggio al Tesoro

4 – Grattamacco 2009 Grattamacco

5 – Masseto 2009 Masseto

6 – Ornellaia 2009 Tenuta dell’Ornellaia

7 – Brunello Reserve Poggio al Vento 2004 Col d’Orcia

8 – Brunello Riserva 2006 Le Chiuse

9 – Oreno 2009 Tenuta Setteponti

10 – Messorio 2009 Le Mecchiole

11 – I Sodi di S. Niccolò 2008 Castellare di Castellina

12 – Amarone Classico Sergio Zenato Reserve 2006 Zenato

13 – Il Carbonaione 2009 Podere Poggio Scalette

14 – Fontalloro 2009 Felsina (watch the video–tasting of Fontalloro 2008 by Massimo Castellani)
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