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Top 4 Wines of 2011

Each year, Wine Spectator editors survey the wines they’ve reviewed over the past 12 months and select the most “exciting” for their Top 100 list.

How great would it be to be able to taste each of Wine Spectator’s  Top 5 Wines of 2011? Or it’s Top 5 of 2010?  Or, any combination of the Top 20 of both years?

It’s possible at Vintage 1891 in Larchmont. Just ask.

“It’s very rare to find a place that will let you taste these wines without buying a bottle,” says Vintage 1891 Wine Director Alicia Wilbur, “but here you may.”

Wine flights are also available. “Choose your adventure,” she says.

Wine Spectator’s Most Exciting Wines of 2011

1-Kosta Browne Pinot Noir
Sonoma Coast 2009

2-Hall Cabernet Sauvingnon Napa Valley
Kathryn Hall

3-Domaine Huet Vouvray Moelleux
Clos du Bourg Permiere Trie 2009

4-Campogiovanni Brunello di Montalcino 2006

5-Dehlinger Pinot Noir
Russian River Valley 2008

(Hard to find- Vintage 1891 is in process of procuring)

2010 list below the photo.

Servers here wear wine (and self) descriptive t-shirts

 

Wine Spectator’s Most Exciting Wines of 2010

1- Saxum James Berry Vineyard
Paso Robles 2007

2- Two Hands Shiraz “Bella’s Garden,”
Barossa Valley, Australia 2008

3- Peter Michael, “Ma Belle Fille,”
Chardonnay, Sonoma 2007

4- Revana Estate Cabernet Sauvingnon 2007

5- Altamura Cabernet Sauvingnon, Napa Valley 2007

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