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Wine Spectator's wine list

again the magazine W has chosen the best world wines taking into account an important factor, the price. This is how they present us with wines from large wineries at an affordable price for most and with the guarantee that we are tasting a great wine.

On this occasion, among the 10 wines chosen and therefore the best wines, taking into account their price, we find a Spanish wine. Probably many listings with similar qualities can be made but without a doubt this is a good ranking. In addition, this list is a great opportunity to try a new wine from many parts of the world, especially the United States, and with the peace of mind of getting the quality right and a price of less than €40.

Marqués de Murrieta with Finca Ygay Reserva 2018 on the Wine Spectator list

In the first place they offer us a wine from California, the Beaulieu Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 2019. For the second place they continue in Napa Valley with the Decoy of 2019. In third place they propose an Italian wine from Tuscany and at a price of less than €20 we refer to the Antinori of 2019. The fourth place a Spanish wine the Finca Ygay reserve 2018 from Bodegas Marqués de Murrieta. Fifthly, they suggest we return to Napa Valley with a white wine, the Sauvignon Blanc California 2021 by Joel Gott. In sixth place we go to Argentina with a Malbec, the Malbec Tupungato 2021 from Domaine Bousquet and the cheapest on the list with a price of €13. In seventh position a sparkling wine from Napa Valley, the Brut Napa County Prestige NV from Mumm Napa. Eighth place goes to Sonoma Valley with the 2019 Kendall Jackson Merlot Sonoma County Vintner's Reserve. The ninth position the Pinot Noir Willamette Valley Red Cap 2019 from Montinore and located in Oregon. Finally, they suggest a French wine, the Chablis 2020 from the Drouhin Vaudon winery.