Oct. 31, 2016 |
To make this list, James Suckling, tasted more than 10,000 bottles from Argentina, Australia, Austria, California, Chile, France, Germany, Italy, New Zealand, Oregon, and Spain.
In a departure from last year’s emphasis on top-scoring value wines, James suckling and his team, focused strictly on pure quality for this year’s Top 100.
Nosotros Single Vineyard Nómade Malbec 2011, got 98 points putting itself in the 36th place of the list and was described like: “A late-released wine with gorgeous blackberries, blueberries, and floral undertones. Full body, ultra-fine tannins, and a focused and beautiful finish. It shows so much precision and intensity, yet is always refined. A blend of the best wines that year. An iconic wine for Argentina."
To see the complete list with the Top 100 best wines of the world, please click HERE