Red wine lovers only!

Are you a red wine lover? F4Y helps you find your way among the great variety of Italian red wines. Here you can find the list of the top 100 Italian wines that Gentleman – Class Editori, a monthly magazine, draws up every year combining the choices of the most eminent food and wine guides: Gambero Rosso, l’Espresso, Veronelli, Bibenda, Vitae, Daniele Cernilli and Luca Maroni.

What emerges from this reliable list is a return to tradition. At the Top of the list we find yet again an Italian evergreen classic – Sassicaia. Tuscany registered an outstanding performance with its 46 oenological jewels and turned out to be still the perfect area for red wines. Both Piemonte and Veneto lagged behind expectations. Piemonte only got 18 wines on the list and Veneto – used to definitely different results – got only 3.

Dear wine lovers, here you can find something you can seek your teeth into:

Top 100 red wines Italy 2015

Which are the most credited wines among the top 100 Italian reds?

For every wine on its top-drawer list, Gentleman Magazine found the score out of hundred awarded by Wine Spectator and it added it to the Italian one.

1. Sassicaia 2011, Tenuta San Guido, Toscana: 861,5
2. I Sodi di San Niccolò, Castellare di Castellina. Toscana: 838,5
3. Tignanello 2011, Antinori, Toscana: 836
4. Brunello di Montalcino 2009, Biondi Santi, Toscana: 824,5
5. Brunello di Montalcino Riserva 2008, Poggio di Sotto, Toscana: 822
6. Barolo Le Vigne 2010, Luciano Sandrone, Piemonte: 817,5
7. Guidalberto 2012, Tenuta San Guido, Toscana: 810
8. Rosso di Montalcino 2010, Biondi Santi, Toscana: 803,5
9. Brunello di Montalcino Poggio alle Mura 2008, Castello Banfi, Toscana: 802
10. Chianti Classico Riserva 2011, Brancaia, Toscana: 800,5
11. Brunello di Montalcino Vigna delle Raunate 2009, Mocali, Toscana: 799,5
12. Barolo Sorì Ginestra 2010, Conterno Fantino, Piemonte: 757,5
13. Cepparello 2011, Isole & Olena, Toscana: 747,5

from www.classlife.it – January 2015

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