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Wine Lister, Italy among the “Must Buy” wines, Rinaldi and Castello dei Rampolla at the top

The English portal updates its list of wines to invest in, with many “new entries”, especially from Tuscany and Piedmont
Wine Lister, a lot of Italy among the wines “Must Buy”

The end of the year is approaching, and it’s time to treat ourselves. Maybe a big bottle of wine to share, or to invest in. The best wines to focus on, among the many in the world, are two Italians, Barolo Brunate 2010 by Giuseppe Rinaldi, and Alceo 2013 by Castello dei Rampolla, firmly at the top of the list of “Must Buy” by the specialized portal Wine-Lister. A list launched in September 2019, and periodically updated, which stems from an algorithm that takes into account the quality and price of the wine, vintage, name and a series of data and information collected from some of the most important players in the world trade of fine wine, which is then further restricted by the team of Wine Lister through tastings and market considerations.
And so, the two Italian wines at the top of the list, are the only ones, among the “Must Buy” to have a score of 100/100 according to the “Wine Lister Score”, which analyzes the performance of fine wines in the world, and summarizes the assessments of economic performance, quality (according to entries such as Jancis Robinson, Vinous, Bettane + Desseauve and Jeannie Cho Lee), and brand (evaluating the frequency of research on Wine-Searcher, and the presence in the wine list of starred restaurants).
A list that includes over 1,600 labels, with 149 fresh “new entries”, most of them from Burgundy, while Italy has 31 new entries, especially from Tuscany (15, thanks above all to Case Basse Soldera and Castello dei Rampolla), Piedmont (14, led by Gaja).
Scrolling the overall list, behind the two record holders, tied, with 99 points, close to sacred monsters like Domaine de la Romanée-Conti Romanée-Conti vintage 2015 (quoted over 17,000 pounds per bottle, ed), or to the California Dominus 2013 of Dominus Estate, for the Belpaese, there is L’Apparita 2013 of Castello di Ama, while among the Italian wines with 98 points of “Wine Lister Score”, there are the Sammarco 2006 and 2013 again of Castello dei Rampolla, the Masseto 2007 and 2010, Gaja’s Barbaresco Sorì San Lorenzo 2007, Isole and Olena’s Collection de Marchi 2010, Giacomo Conterno’s Barolo Cascina Francia 2006, Violi’s Barolo Roche of 2014, Castello di Ama’s Apparita 2015, the Percarlo 2013 by San Giusto a Rentennano, the Chianti Classico Vigna del Sorbo Riserva 2010 by Fontodi, and the Tignanello 2015 by Antinori, only to remain at the absolute top of the ranking.

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