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The Top 100 - Our list of the most interesting and noteworthy wines of 2011 based on quality, price and production, and the excitement factor
Wine of the Year - How two friends working in a country restaurant realized their dream and have been making memorable Pinot Noirs ever since
Tasting Notes for the Top 100 Wines - What does it take to be Top 100? Read the tasting notes to find out why our editors liked these wines so much
Classic-Scoring Wines of 2011 - Wine Spectator rates more than 16,000 wines a year; of these, only some 300 scored 95 points or higher in 2011
WineSpectator.com: BONUS VIDEOS: What makes a wine a member of this exclusive club? Find out as Wine Spectator's senior editors discuss each of this year's Top 10 wines in a video series. Plus, get a handy printable list of the full Top 100.
Champagne’s Tapestry of Flavors - Vintage and non-vintage wines balance power with elegance
Small-Grower Success - Family firms make their brand off their land
American Made - Sparkling wines from the West Coast and New Mexico show impressive quality
100 Outstanding Values - France and Italy lead the way with the most notable values of the year
The Biggest Bargains - These very good wines offer value with a bonus—at least 20,000 cases to go around
Hidden Delights in Palm Beach, Fla. - This golfer’s paradise offers an appetizing array of dining spots
2011 New York Wine Experience - The event’s 30th anniversary brought together wine lovers and luminaries for a weekend of world-class tastings and seminars
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Sommelier Patrick Cappiello - Grand Award–winner Gilt’s wine director mixes the classics with the cults
Third-Quarter U.S. Auction Results - Wine auction sales largely unaffected by drops in stock market indices
Boston chef Ken Oringer - Boston chef designed his own dream kitchen
Chicago collector Robert Clifford - Chicago collector took inspiration from his art collection and put his cellar on display
This Issue - Marvin R. Shanken
James Laube - Sierra Foothills surprise
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Matt Kramer - My wines of the year
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Hedy Goldsmith’s Chocolate Cream Pie With Tawny Port - Chef Hedy Goldsmith, Michael’s Genuine Food and Wine, Miami
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TOP 100 OF 2011 What makes a wine a member of this exclusive club? Find out as Wine Spectator’s senior editors discuss this year’s Top 10 wines in a video series. Plus, get a printable list of the full Top 100.
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