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2022 Wine Spectator Top 100 Roundup

Thu, Dec 08, 22

Wine Spectator's Top 100 for 2022

The holidays are upon us, and 2022 is riding into the sunset. There are lots of great "Best of" lists that come out this time of year, including the Top 100 Wines from Wine Spectator magazine. If you want to give a Wine Spectator "top" wine as a gift (or enjoy one by yourself!), consider these that we have in stock:
Robert Mondavi 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon Oakville Estates - #6
- Described as "a comeback for the venerable Mondavi Winery... relying on organic farming practices, with native yeast fermentation and no filtration at bottling..."

Louis Roderer 2014 Cristal Brut Champagn - #10
- "Steeped in history and recognized as one of Champagne's most celebrated bottlings" is how the magazine starts the story of this wine's selection as one of its tops. For a very special occasion, indeed, but if you want to celebrate with really amazing champagne, this is it.
Greywacke 2021 Sauvignon Blanc - #13
- This is a "wow" wine from a winery just over a decade old. Winemaker Kevin Judd is "among the winemakers [in Marlborough, NZ] who are shifting the paradigm of how expressive Kiwi wines can be."

Burn Cottage 2019 Pinot Noir Central Otago - #20
- Another wine from New Zealand, Central Otago is one of the southernmost wine regions in the world, and this wine "comes from a vineyard that was planted according to biodynamic principles, with a mix of seven different clones."
By Tyler Duma