Wine Spectator Top 100 Wines of 2014
The wine world gets excited every year when Wine Spectator releases their top 100 wines of the year. The list just came out, and we proudly carry many of the wines they consider to be the elite wines of the year. This is an enormous honor for the wineries that produced the chosen wines. The Wine Spectator staff tasted over 18,000 wines in 2014, and had the difficult task of narrowing it down to the 100 best.
The wines that made the cut that we currently carry are;
Tommasi Pogio al Tufo, a Tuscan blend of Sangiovese and Cabernet Sauvignon that is rich and supple, with blackberry, spice, and meaty flavors.
Amavi Cabernet Sauvignon, a classically flavored Cabernet with black currant and spice, supported by firm tannins.
Kung Fu Girl Riesling, a beautiful Washington State wine that features peach and nectarine flavors, and citrusy acidity.
Tikal Patriota, an Argentine blend of Malbec and Bonarda that showcases black fruit and dark chocolate flavors.
Cune Monopole, a juicy white Rioja with flavors of white peach and Meyer lemon framed by lively acidity.
Di Majo Norante, a balanced Italian wine showing licorice, tar, graphite, and ripe plum on the palate.
Recanati Cabernet Sauvignon, a kosher wine featuring plum and currant flavors with an impressive, long finish.
Come in and let our experienced wine staff guide you to the wines that made the top 100.