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The Top 5 Wines That Rule the World

To pass opinion about which wines are the best in the world is a tricky subject. However, based on all the information that critics have been pouring in about different wines, a list of the best wines is covered. Yes, all the popular wine country specials are on this list.

Domaine Leroy Chambertin Grand Cru, Cote de Nuits

The best wine in this list is the Leroy. Wine lovers around the world always find that the Leroy is on ever top list. The reputation that the winemaker has gained with the creation of this master piece is that of a legend. The wine itself is named after its creator Lalou Bize-Leroy. Cultivated in the best winery in Burgundy, the pinot noir is truly remarkable. If you have tasted this wine, consider yourself lucky. The creation process of it is a revered one. The soil, plants and every part of nature involved in the cultivating of the grapes are respected and cared for with much passion. As a result, the wines are truly remarkable and selling for a neat price of about $4500.

Leroy Domaine d’Auvenay Chevalier-Montrachet Grand Cru, Cote de Beaune

The second top wine in the world is the sister of the Leroy Chambertin. Cultivated in the estate of Domaine d’Auvenay, the wines here are created with the same passion as its sibling. This wine is also made only in small batches and is very tough to find. Critics would place the Chevalier-Montrachet at number two only because there can’t be two number ones. Of course, the price is another indication why the wine is at no.2, when its quality is the same. At a whopping price of $5500 a bottle, this wine is not a force your wallet would reckon with.

Domaine de la Romanee-Conti Grand Cru, Cote de Nuits

Here is one more perfect wine from the Burgundy region. Fondly known as the DRC, this beverage is a recognizable brand for many wine lovers. It is also a wine that many people try and forge. This vineyard was ploughed and preserved with a close partnership with the Leroy couple. However, in 2007, the estate went solo. There are traditions that have been maintained in the development of the wines and the way the land is cultivated. The DRC sells at a price of $17,800 a pop. Yes, you read that right.

Domaine Leroy Musigny Grand Cru, Cote de Nuits

The Leroy wines are still on the list with their amazing offerings. Even though this wine is the fourth on the top 5, this one is a splendid wine. Sitting at a price of $8800 a bottle, it is one of the affordable Leroys. The wine is of the Pinot Noir variety and ones that critics think is at right at the top where DRC is, if not equal.

The Screaming Eagle Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley

Finally, a break from a Leroys, and you’re greeted by another great vineyard – Napa Valley. This California based Cabernet wine comes at a great price of just $580. If you’re looking for a good rated wine that’s affordable this beauty is the one for you. The wine is created by David Abreu, who owns a few good vineyards that made popular wines in the Napa region.