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Each year, Wine Spectator editors survey the wines reviewed over the previous 12 months and select our Top 100, based on quality, value, availability and excitement. This annual list honors successful wineries, regions and vintages around the world.What is the Wine Spectator Top 100 Honor Roll?
Wine lovers today have more choice than ever. Wine Spectator ’s annual Top 100, an honor roll that reflects the past year in wine, champions this diversity.What is the top 100?
The Top 100 is a snapshot of the year in wine. You’ll find some of the best wines from leading grape varieties and famous appellations, particularly in our Top 10.What is the most popular wine in Napa?
After three years when a well-known European wine took top honors, the #1 spot has returned to the Napa Valley, and Dominus Estate (owned by Bordeaux winemaker Christian Moueix). The Napa valley has another two entries in the top ten this year; Bordeaux has a pair of wines, the Rhône and Burgundy one each, Italy two and Spain one entry.