THE RESULTS ARE IN! 100 of 2011
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Cerrillos Carmenere 2009 Bottle

This bottle of Chile’s flagship grape varietal was made by Alvaro Espinoza, the pioneer of South American biodynamic wine making. With its spicy notes it pairs wonderfully with heavy meat dishes… the greasier the better.

Winery: Cerrillos
Vintage: 2009
Type: Red
Variety: Carménère
Region: Colchagua Valley, Chile

Viña Litoral Ventolera Sauvignon Blanc 2009 Bottle

White grapefruit and citrus aromas round out this tangy, crisp and balanced Chilean Sauvignon Blanc. Pairs excellently with seafood.

Winery: Viña Litoral
Vintage: 2009
Type: White
Variety: Sauvignon Blanc
Region: Leyda Valley, Chile

Chateau Saint-Pierre Rosé Bottle

This 40% Grenache and 60% Cinsault rosé blend will make a wonderful summer evening barbecue wine, or even works well as a dry apertif before a romantic dinner. Pairs well with grilled salmon and calamari.

Winery: Chateau Saint-Pierre
Vintage: 2010
Variety: Rosé
Region: Côtes de Provence France

Jaume Serra Cristalino Brut Rose Cava Bottle

Just in time for New Year’s Eve, this cava has strong berry flavors, which makes it a welcome change of pace from all the other sparkling wines you’ll be drinking this holiday season.

Type: Champagne/Sparkling
Region: Spain
Ratings: International Wine Cellar – 87 Points

Quelle Estates Semillon Chardonnay 2010 Bottle

This Australian blending of Semillon and Chardonnay results in a refreshing wine with creamy lemon and pear notes. Pairs well with salmon.

Winery: Quelle Estates
Vintage: 2010
Type: White
Variety: Semillon Chardonnay Blend
Region: South Eastern Australia

Huxley Vineyards Pinot Grigio 2010 Bottle

Fresh and delicate, this Pinot Grigio is best suited to those who prefer a softer wine. Floral notes, with a zesty citrus palate. Pairs well with white fish. (Gooooo White Fish!)

Winery: Huxley Vineyards
Vintage: 2010
Type: White
Variety: Pinot Grigio
Region: Central Coast, California

Climbing Vine Riesling 2010 Bottle

Great with Tex-Mex or other spicy dishes, this Riesling’s tangy apple, peach and apricot flavors are well balanced with light floral notes.

Winery: Climbing Vine
Vintage: 2010
Type: White
Variety: Riesling
Region: Monterey County, California

Jump Rope Chardonnay 2009 Bottle

Lemon and peach notes distinguish this Australian chardonnay from its usual buttery American counterparts. Pairs well with white fish.

Vintage: 2009
Type: White
Variety: Chardonnay
Region: South Eastern Australia