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Wine Spectator Top 100 (6-Pack)


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Every year, when Wine Spectator releases its industry-shaping (some would argue disrupting) Top 100 list – and sometimes sleepy hoard of wine collectors suddenly awakens and begins the quest to corner the market on every bottle in the top 10, and many, many others across the entire list. Some of these wines are long since sold out, but that’s part of the excitement! We’re lucky enough to have had these wines on our radar BEFORE the big announcement...but what the heck? We decided to put together one epic 6-pack with some of our favorites that made this year's TOP 100! Only 36 full 6-packs available – at the best pricing anywhere!

#6, #19, #34, #40, #59, #70 – These are the Powerball jackpot numbers for First Bottle vino enthusiasts! Here’s what the fastest 36 First Bottle fanatics have in store!

#6 - Dunn Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon Howell Mountain Napa Valley 2019: I mean...98 POINT (from Vinous) Dunn Howell Mountain is always a worthy inclusion on any top wine list! This is the old guard of Napa Mountain cabernet heroics – pioneers that really haven’t changed one bit in the 40+ years up at the very top of Howell Mountain on Napa’s revered Vaca Mountains. This wine is classic Dunn. Intense, elegant, and long-lived. The perfect Napa cab in my mind...

#19 - Martinelli Pinot Noir Bondi Home Ranch Vineyard Green Valley of Russian River Valley 2022: Another iconic house, Martinelli is to Russian River pinot noir what Dunn is to Howell Mountain, without question. With a fantastic 96 POINTS from Jeb Dunnuck – this is the coolest site in the Martinelli’s estate portfolio. Long, dusty, powerful, and utterly sublime...this is just silly good pinot.

#34 - Dei Vino Nobile di Montepulciano 2019: The OG of Tuscany – Nobile di Montepulciano is pure, structured, and powerful sangiovese in its most ancient expression. These wines don’t command nearly the outrageous prices of neighboring Brunellos – but they age and develop every bit as well. A bit of the native canaiolo grape adds depth and persistence to this long and beautifully harmonious wine.

#40 - Clos Apalta Le Petit Clos Apalta 2019: When a French expat settled in the Apalta region of Chile, back in 1994 who could have predicted the results? With Bordeaux clippings, and a full integration with Chile’s adopted son, carmenère, Clos Apalta has forever changed the wine game in South America. It’s wines like this 95 POINT stunner that reveal how that came to pass – 49% carmenère, 30% merlot, 18% cabernet sauvignon, 3% petit verdot – structured, classy, and simply intoxicating from the very first sip!

#56 - Cecchi Chianti Classico Storia di Famiglia 2021: For over 130 years, Cecchi has fashioned themselves as a legendary Chianti house, and this flagship Chianti Classico is just perfect for your dinner table tonight. If the Nobile is all about power and intensity, this is Chianti’s answer – subtle elegance wrapped in an iron fist. 

#70 - Abbazia di Novacella Kerner Alto Adige Valle Isarco 2022: From Italy’s mountainous northern reaches, comes this rare crossing of riesling and schiava grapes which thrives in Isarco like nowhere else on the planet. Fleshy, ripe tropical and stone fruit elements are appropriately harnessed by a vibrant acidity that keeps this straddling a fine line of freshness and opulence. It’s pure, fruity, mineral, and like nothing else you’ve tasted.

Ok, what are you still doing here? Only 36 of these stunning 6-packs? Get one for you and one for your wine bestie...then drink them together over the next decade! Happy hunting!

About the Producer

Each year, Wine Spectator editors survey the wines reviewed over the previous 12 months and select their Top 100, based on quality, value, availability and excitement. This annual list honors successful wineries, regions and vintages around the world. This 6-pack is a tasty introduction and unbelievably hard to find after the list hits the web!