Our Top 10 Wines Of 2013

It’s that time of year!  Where you look back, and try to make sense of it all.  The good stuff, and the not so good stuff.  And, to make it easier on yourself, you make lists.  So do we.  First out, our list of what we found to be our top 10 wines tasted in 2013.  In no specific order:

Barolo Villero Vietti 2006

1993 Langhe Larigi  –  Elio Altare

2009 La Romanee  –  Domaine Comte Liger-Belair

2006 Barolo Villero  –  Vietti

2010 Nuits St Georges Les Pruliers  –  Domaine Léchenaut

2009 Mersault Les Tillets  –  Guy Roulot

2012 Riesling Hermannshöhle GG  –  Dönnhoff

1996 Barolo Vigneto Arborina  –  Giovanni Corino

2010 Nuits St Georges Clos de le Marechale  –  Domaine J-F Mugnier

1995 Barolo  –  Bartolo Mascarello

1974 Barolo Enrico VI  –  Cordero di Montezemolo

 

Many many more could have been on this list, but we had to limit it down in a year that has been good to us when it comes to drinking great wines and meeting fantastic people around the world.

1993 Larigi Elio Altare

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2 Responses to Our Top 10 Wines Of 2013

  1. Peter says:

    Hello, we note the change in ownership at Le Torri in Castiglione Falletto. Is this restaurant still good? we are travelling next month to the area. Also, how long did it take you to walk from La Morra to Castiglione Falletto?
    Many thanks. Looking forward to reading your articles.

    • tonifad says:

      Peter, our walks from La Morra to Serralunga is getting faster and faster. Only problem is, that our breaks at Castiglione are getting equally longer…. However, the lunches at Ciccio in Serralunga makes it all worth it!

      And, Torri is getting better and better by the day. As good as the days of Angelo and Christina.

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