The 100 Outstanding Values of 2011

At $18 and less and 90+, France and Italy lead the way
Kim Marcus, Keith Newton
Issue: December 31, 2011

There are values, and then there are outstanding values. Among the more than 16,000 wines tasted by Wine Spectator editors in 2011, there are many highs and a few lows. But when it comes to defining the sweet spot of the highest quality for the lowest price, one criterion quickly rises to the top: a rating of an outstanding 90 points or higher on our 100-point scale.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands December 6, 2011.

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