Top 100 Wine Spectator 2014: Top 10 and the Italian wines in the ranking
Top 100 Wine Spectator 2014: Top 10 and the Italian wines in the ranking


Top 100 Wine Spectator 2014: Top 10 and the Italian wines in the ranking

Top 100 Wine Spectator 2014: Top 10 and the Italian wines in the ranking

As well as 19 are the Italian wines in the Top 100 List 2014 of the oenological "bible" Wine Spectator. At the top, a Portuguese wine, but the Italy of wine has gone very well in the "Top 100" List of Wine Spectator, one of the most eagerly awaited rankings in the wine world.



The Top 10 List of Wine Spectator 2014


First ranked, from Portugal, Dow’s Vintage Port 2011; second ranked Australia’s Mollydooker Shiraz McLaren Vale Carnival of Love 2012. Third place to Portugal again, with Prats & Symington Douro Chryseia 2011.



The Complete Top 10 List

1 . Porto Vintage Dow’s 2011 (Portugal)

2 . Mollydooker (Australia)

3 . Prats & Symington (Portugal)

4 . Quinta Do Vale Meão (Portugal)

5 . Leeuwin (Australia)

6 . Castello di Ama (Italy)

7 . Clos des Papes (France)

8 . Brewer–Clifton (USA)

9 . Concha y Toro (Chile)

10 . Château Léoville Las Cases (France)



Italy in the Top 100 List of Wine Spectator

The attendance record of Italian wine in the prestigious ranking was achieved in 2002, with 21 wines, of which 7 Brunello wines, like in 1995. Also 2011 was a good year with 20 Italian wines in the "Top 100" List. Until 2000 there were only wines from Tuscany and Piedmont. Then, wines of Southern Italy began to appear, and slowly new wine territories started to be discovered.



Italian Wines in the Wine Spectator’s Top 100 of 2014

The best, as always, the wines of Tuscany and Piedmont with 8 and 5 labels. Also represented, wines from Sicily and Valtellina, through Puglia and Abruzzo.



6. Chianti Classico San Lorenzo Gran Selezione 2010 di Castello di Ama

14. Flaccianello 2011 Fontodi Colli della Toscana Centrale

21. Chianti Classico Riserva 2010 Castello di Volpaia

22. Bolgheri 2011 Volpolo Podere Sapaio

24. Barolo 2009 Massolino alla posizione

31. Sangiovese–Cabernet Sauvignon Toscana 2011 Poggio al Tufo Rompicollo Tommasi

37. Barbaresco 2010 Rabajà Giuseppe Cortese

39. Barolo 2010 Oddero

47. Luce della Vite 2011 Tuscany

51. Barolo 2010 Brunate Giuseppe Rinaldi

65. Ornellaia 2011

69. Primitivo di Manduria LXXIV 2010 Feudo di Santa Croce

74. Molise Ramitello 2011 by Majo Norante

76. Barbera d’Asti 2012 Tre Vigne Vietti

80. Valtellina Superiore 2010 Quadrio Nino Negri

85. Montepulciano d’Abruzzo 2010 Marina Cvetic S. Martino Rosso Masciarelli

87. Sicilia Santagostino Baglio Soria Red 2011 Firriato

92. Vino Nobile di Montepulciano 2010 Incanto Vecchia Cantina di Montepulciano

97. Etna 2012 Tenuta delle Terre Nere
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