Wine Spectator's Top 100

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The experts' favourites

The prestigious Top 100 by Wine Spectator is back. Thousands of wines were tasted by the famous magazine’s editors to select only the most interesting of the year. Here is a beautiful selection of these award-winning wines; get them online right now, quantities are limited!

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While awaiting the arrival of Wine Spectator' Top 100 wines in October, explore last year's selection or indulge in these wines who made the grade!

  1. No 87 of the 2020 Top 100
    "A generous, harmonious red, boasting steeped cherry, blackberry coulis and cedar flavors that meld into violet, black tea and graphite accents. Details of olive, wild herb and ripe currant play into the finish. Powerful and refined. Best from 2022 through 2035."
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  2. No 84 of the 2020 Top 100
    "Very bright and engaging style, with a flurry of honeysuckle and acacia notes out front followed quickly by lively white peach, Jonagold apple and star fruit flavors. Light quinine inlay adds an extra note of intrigue. Lovely. Drink now through 2027."
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  3. No 65 of the 2020 Top 100
    "A lovely hint of honeysuckle accents the flavors of mirabelle plum, white cherry, anise and grated ginger in this vibrant Champagne, which is finely knit and detailed in texture, with a mouthwatering finish of ripe fruit, spice and chalk accents. Disgorged November 2019. Drink now through 2025."
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  4. No 60 of the 2020 Top 100
    "A rich, medium- to full-bodied red in a well-tailored frame, knitting saturated flavors of crushed boysenberry, pomegranate, black licorice, toast and spice to fine-grained tannins and a graphite-laced underpinning that echoes on the finish. Montepulciano and Sangiovese. Best from 2021 through 2029."
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  5. No 57 of the 2020 Top 100
    "This starts slowly, with black tea and sunbaked loam aromas leading off, followed by a deep well of black currant, fig and blackberry preserve flavors that form the core. From there, iron and espresso cream threads line the finish, where the fruit drips slowly and the aromas linger seductively. This will be a slow burn. Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc. Best from 2024 through 2042."
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  6. No 56 of the 2020 Top 100
    "Explosively fruity aromas and flavors of blackberry, dark cherry and plum tart are creamy and filled with rich savory and cooking spice accents. Powerfully structured, showing dark chocolate and mocha on the finish, with hints of dried mint. Drink now through 2025."
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  7. No 22 of the 2020 Top 100
    "Ripe and juicy in feel, with a wound-up core of raspberry, black currant and cherry pâte de fruit flavors waiting to stretch out, while an undercurrent of alder, tobacco and licorice root notes moves through. Will be a winner when fully knit. Best from 2023 through 2035."
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  8. No 22 of the 2020 Top 100
    "Ripe and juicy in feel, with a wound-up core of raspberry, black currant and cherry pâte de fruit flavors waiting to stretch out, while an undercurrent of alder, tobacco and licorice root notes moves through. Will be a winner when fully knit. Best from 2023 through 2035."
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  9. No 20 of the 2020 Top 100
    "Flavors of black cherry and blackberry stand up to the dense tannins in this fresh, deep and intense red, but this is equally about the vibrant acidity driving the fruit, wild herb nuances and spice-infused aftertaste. Sangiovese with Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Best from 2022 through 2040."
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  10. No 1 of the 2020 Top 100
    "Maturing well, this round red is a lovely example of the traditional style. Orange peel, dried cherry, forest floor, vanilla and black tea flavors mingle harmoniously over round tannins and citrusy acidity. Generous but gentle, lively, balanced and harmonious. Tempranillo and Mazuelo. Drink now through 2030. "
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