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90pluswines gathers all ratings from professional wine raters worldwide.
For each wine we calculate an average score.
This score is called theUniversal Wine Score (UWS).
Since the Universal Wine Score (UWS) is the average score of all scores of all professional wine critics we can say theUniversal Wine Score (UWS) is an independent standard for quality of a wine.

Whenever the 90+ score is 90 or higher it can be considered a wine of outstanding quality.
'Outstanding' means the wine is meets the highest standard of quality achievable for the grapes it used, in the region it has been made in , and the vintage it is from.

 

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Wine Advocate

Wine AdvocateThe Wine Advocate,® "The Independent Consumer's Bimonthly Guide to Fine Wine", is published by Robert M. Parker, Jr. Each issue consists of around 48 pages of wine tasting notes and includes no advertising.
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International Wine Cellar

International Wine CellarThe IWC provides extensive coverage of the world of fine wine. This critically acclaimed, independent, bimonthly publication is read by wine lovers in 28 countries. Every issue includes in-depth articles and interviews, plus tasting notes on over 500 wines.
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The Vine

The VineClive Coates MW (Master of Wine) is one of the world's leading wine authorities. Coates has published The Vine, his independent fine wine magazine, since 1985.
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Wine Spectator

Wine SpectatorThe Wine Spectator provides wine lovers with in-depth articles on fine wine, dining, travel, as well as extensive reviews on specific new releases.
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Decanter Magazine

Decanter MagazineDecanter Magazine is the UK’s leading wine publication. the annual Decanter World Wine Awards, is one of the world’s most respected and influential wine competitions with a rigorous judging process.
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Gamberro Rosso

Gamberro RossoGambero Rosso is an Italian food and wine magazine and publishing group founded in 1986.
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Wine & Spirits

Wine & SpiritsWine & Spirits is an American wine magazine. With offices in New York and San Francisco, the magazine publishes eight issues annually.
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Wine Entusiast Magazine

Wine Entusiast MagazineIn 1988 Wine Enthusiast Magazine was founded, bringing consumers vital information on the world of wine and hundreds of wine reviews in every issue. The magazine has grown to become the world’s largest periodical devoted exclusively to wine and spirits.
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Bettane et Desseauve

Bettane et DesseauveFollowing the acquisition of La Revue du vin de France by Marie-Claire and media group Lagardère, Michel Bettane and his colleague Thierry Desseauve left the publication on grounds of editorial differences, and the two launched their own series of wine guides, Le Classement des Meilleurs Vins de France.
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La Revue du vin de France

La Revue du vin de FranceLa Revue du vin de France is a French magazine on wine published monthly. The publication has been described by Jancis Robinson as "France's only serious wine magazine"
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I-winereview.com

I-winereview.comPublished by Mike Potashnik and Donald Winkler, The International Wine Review is your link to in-depth and analytical reports on important wine regions of the world and expert wine reviews and ratings of new wines on the market.
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WineAccess Canada

WineAccess CanadaThe Wine Access National Tasting Panel includes some of the best wine writers and palates from across Canada.
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Gault&Millau

Gault&MillauGault & Millau france publishes next to restaurant and hotel ratings also wine ratings. The Wine Team of Gault & Millau tastes every year over 20.000 bottles.
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Washington Wine Report

Washington Wine ReportSean Sullivan publishes the Washington Wine Report, an independent blog focused on bringing Washington wine to you and bringing you to Washington wine
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Wine Doctor

Wine DoctorChris Kissack's Winedoctor is an amazingly thorough and thoughtful site that is loaded with thousands of reviews, producer profiles and regional wine guides.
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WineLib TV

WineLib TVGary Vaynerchuk's Wine Library TV is one of the freshest and most exciting developments in the world of wine.
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James Suckling

James SucklingJamesSuckling.com is a website dedicated to discovering the best in wine, as well as food, travel and cigars. James Suckling is an internationally acclaimed wine critic and journalist who posts daily wine ratings, wine reviews, HD wine videos, blogs, wine tasting notes, and comments from around world. JamesSuckling.com also features blogs from his friends located all over the world who share his passion for wine and all other good things in life. Most of the content on the site is only available by subscription.
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Falstaff Magazin is an Austrian magazine specializing in food, wine and travel.

Falstaff Magazin is an Austrian magazine specializing in food, wine and travel.
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Burghound

The BurghoundThe Burghound.com is the result of a lifelong passion for the wine of Burgundy. For more than 25 years, Allen Meadows has been collecting the wines and visiting the region. In the year 2005 alone, he spent more than three months visiting, researching, tasting, exploring and evaluating. Burgundy is his obsession really.
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Australian Wine Annual

Australian Wine AnnualThe online version of the best-selling The Australian Wine Annual takes away the uncertainty of choosing which Australian wine to buy and when to drink it.
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Wine Experts

 
We use the scores of a number of famous wine writers. If you want to know more about the persons behind these scores and how to get into contact with them, just click on read more.

 
 

Antonio Galloni - past reviewer of Wine Advocate (WA)

Antonio Galloni - past reviewer of Wine Advocate (WA)With parents who retailed Italian wines and a grandfather who loved the great wines of Bordeaux and the Rhône, Antonio's exposure to wine started at an early age. He was reading avidly about the world's major winemaking regions as a teenager and wrote his first articles on the wines of France for a high-school French class.
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Daniel Thomases - past reviewer of the Wine Advocate (WA)

Daniel Thomases  - past reviewer of  the Wine Advocate (WA)Mr. Thomases reviewed for The Wine Advocate for three years starting in 2003. During that period he exclusively covered the wines of Italy.
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David Schildknecht - Wine Advocate (WA)

David Schildknecht - Wine Advocate (WA)After a brief stint in academe and several years in the restaurant business, David Schildknecht logged more than a decade as a wine retailer in Washington, DC. with the late Rex Wine & Spirits (from 1982), with Mayflower Wine and Spirits, and lastly with Pearson’s.
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Jay Miller - past reviewer of Wine Advocate (WA)

Jay Miller - past reviewer of Wine Advocate (WA)Jay held a variety of positions in the wine industry when, in 1985, he became the part time Assistant to Robert M. Parker, Jr. at The Wine Advocate. In 1998 he left to devote his full time attention to wine sales at The Wine Source in Columbia, MD. In 2001 he became Co-owner and Manager of Bin 604 Wine Sellers in Baltimore, MD. He rejoined The Wine Advocate in 2007 covered the wines of Oregon, Washington, Spain, Australia and South America until he retired in December 2011.
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Mark Squires - Wine Advocate (WA)

Mark Squires - Wine Advocate (WA) Mark Squires was a lawyer in Philadelphia, class of '78, although he does not practice much any more. He began traveling extensively in France in 1981. At the time, the only wines he drank were things like Bolla Soave and Mouton Cadet, which he thought was the good stuff.
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Neal Martin - Wine Advocate (WA)

Neal Martin - Wine Advocate (WA)"Given my vocation as a "wine writer", one might expect me to recall sepia-tinged memories in the family library, when my aristocratic father, an epicurean and wine connoisseur, offered his eldest son a sip of Yquem or Latour one fateful evening."
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Pierre Rovani - past reviewer of The Wine Advocate (WA)

Pierre Rovani - past reviewer of The Wine Advocate (WA) Robert M. Parker, Jr., widely considered to be the most powerful critic in the world, asked Pierre Rovani to join him in 1996. Since then, Mr. Rovani has been responsible for the tasting and criticism of more than half of the world's wine producing regions.
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Robert Parker - Wine Advocate (WA)

Robert Parker - Wine Advocate (WA)Robert Parker is recognized as the single most influential writer in the wine industry, Robert Parker publishes his own journal:the Wine Advocate. This publication appears six times a year and provides reviews and information on wines from all over the world.
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David Schildknecht - Wine Advocate (WA)

David Schildknecht - Wine Advocate (WA)After a brief stint in academe and several years in the restaurant business, David Schildknecht logged more than a decade as a wine retailer in Washington, DC. with the late Rex Wine & Spirits (from 1982), with Mayflower Wine and Spirits, and lastly with Pearson’s.
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Jeremy Oliver - Australian Wine Annual

Jeremy Oliver - Australian Wine AnnualJeremy Oliver (born December 29, 1961) is an Australian wine writer, commentator, educator and presenter. Self-published with over 25 years experience, Oliver is the author of the wine guide The Australian Wine Annual (first published 1997).
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Stephen Tanzer - International Wine Cellar (WC)

Stephen Tanzer - International Wine Cellar (WC)Stephen Tanzer is editor and publisher of the critically acclaimed bimonthly International Wine Cellar.
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Bruce Sanderson - Wine Spectator (WS)

Bruce Sanderson - Wine Spectator (WS)Bruce Sanderson, 43, joined Wine Spectator in 1993 after working for the previous five years as a wine steward and in retail wine sales. He oversees the tasting operations in New York, San Francisco and Europe.
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Harvey Steiman - Wine Spectator (WS)

Harvey Steiman - Wine Spectator (WS)Harvey Steiman, 52, tastes and reports on a wide variety of wine types, but his primary areas of responsibility as a critic are Australia and the Pacific Northwest. Steiman joined Wine Spectator in 1984, after serving as food and wine editor of the San Francisco Examiner.
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James Laube - Wine Spectator (WS)

James Laube - Wine Spectator (WS)James Laube, 48, is Wine Spectator's senior expert on the major wine types of California. He has been writing for the magazine since 1980, and joined the staff full-time in 1983.
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James Molesworth - Wine Spectator (WS)

James Molesworth - Wine Spectator (WS)James Molesworth joined Wine Spectator in 1997, after working five years in retail wine sales and as a sommelier. He has been a regular taster since 2000.
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James Suckling - Wine Spectator (WS)

James Suckling - Wine Spectator (WS)James Suckling, 41, joined Wine Spectator in 1981, when it was based in San Diego. He moved with the magazine to San Francisco in 1982, and in 1985 was reassigned to Europe. He lived in Paris for two years and then moved to London, where he resided for 11 years. He now lives in Tuscany, Italy. Hasd retired from the Winespectator in 2008
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Kim Marcus - Wine Spectator (WS)

Kim Marcus - Wine Spectator (WS)Kim Marcus, 40, joined the Wine Spectator staff in 1988 in San Francisco and was reassigned to New York in 1993. He has been a regular taster since 1990. He also authors regular tasting reports on great-value wines.
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Thomas Matthews - Wine Spectator (WS)

Thomas Matthews - Wine Spectator (WS)Thomas Matthews, 46, has been writing for Wine Spectator since 1987, when he was a freelancer living in Bordeaux. Hired full-time in 1988, Matthews served first in the London office, then was reassigned to New York.
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Lisa Perotti-Brown MW - The Wine Advocate (WA)

Lisa Perotti-Brown MW - The Wine Advocate (WA) Lisa was born and raised in rural Maine, USA. She attended Colby College in Maine and after graduating with a degree in English Literature in 1989, moved to London, England with designs on becoming a playwright.
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Jancis Robinson (JR)

Jancis Robinson (JR)Jancis Mary Robinson OBE, MW born in Cumbria on April 22, 1950 is a British wine critic, journalist and editor of wine literature. She currently writes a weekly column for the Financial Times, and writes for her website www.jancisrobinson.com.
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Chris Kissack - WineDoctor

Chris Kissack - WineDoctorChris Kissack is the author of Winedoctor an online wine resource that has been published single-handed since May 2000 and is now visited by more than 15,000 readers every day.
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Gary Vaynerchuk - Winelibtv

Gary Vaynerchuk - WinelibtvBut Gary’s career took a new turn with the advent of Wine Library TV. Gary’s key goals are twofold: "First, I want people to try different wines. How can you have a favorite if you only know a few?
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Kevin Zraly - Wine Advocate (WA)

Kevin Zraly - Wine Advocate (WA)Kevin Zraly is arguably the best known wine educator on earth. He was wine director for the Windows on the World restaurant atop New York's World Trade Center from 1976 until its destruction on September 11th, 2001.
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Per-Henrik Mansson - Wine Spectator (WS)

Per-Henrik Mansson - Wine Spectator (WS)Per-Henrik Mansson, 49, is Wine Spectator's leading critic on Burgundy and also does regular tasting and reporting on the Rhone. He does news and investigative reporting throughout Europe. Mansson joined Wine Spectator in 1987 in San Francisco, and has been based in Europe since 1989, first in London, now in Switzerland.
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James Lawther MW - Decanter Magazine

James Lawther MW - Decanter MagazineJames has spent the last 20 years in France, moving steadily up the ladder in the world of wine, awarded the coveted Master of Wine diploma in 1993 and currently contributing editor for England's leading wine magazine, Decanter.
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Joshua Greene - Wine & Spirits

Joshua Greene - Wine & SpiritsEditor and Publisher of Wine & Spirits since 1986, Joshua Greene began drinking wine with meals during a summer in Galicia, Spain, at the age of 13.
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Tara Q. Thomas - Wine & Spirits

Tara Q. Thomas - Wine & SpiritsSince Tara Q. Thomas joined Wine & Spirits in 1997, she's traveled the wine world from Argentina to Australia, Austria, France, Germany, Greece, Israel, Italy and North America.
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Patrick Comiskey - Wine & Spirits

Patrick Comiskey - Wine & SpiritsA former sommelier, Patrick J. Comiskey serves as the W&S critic for all domestic wines outside of California–including New York, Oregon and Washington–and contributes articles on the wines and viticulture of these areas.
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Peter Liem - Wine & Spirits

Peter Liem - Wine & SpiritsPeter Liem developed an interest in wine while backpacking in Europe as a teenager. In his years as a wine professional, Liem has worked in nearly all aspects of the industry.
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Patricio Tapia - Wine & Spirits

Patricio Tapia - Wine & SpiritsAfter graduating with a degree in journalism from the Universidad de Chile in Santiago, Patricio Tapia attended Bordeaux University in France, where he studied for a diploma in wine tasting and winemaking.
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Susan Kostrzewa - Wine Enthusiast Magazine

Susan Kostrzewa - Wine Enthusiast MagazineExecutive Editor Susan Kostrzewa joined Wine Enthusiast in 2006, when she moved from Sonoma, California, to Manhattan. Kostrzewa has written and edited wine, food and travel stories for the past 12 years, and in addition to editing Wine Enthusiast Magazine and WineMag.com, currently reviews wines from Greece and Cyprus.
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Tim Moriarty - Wine Enthusiast Magazine

Tim Moriarty - Wine Enthusiast MagazineTim Moriarty has been managing editor ofWine Enthusiast Magazine for six years. A 25-year publishing industry veteran, Tim has been managing editor and/or founding editor of a number of publications, including Chocolatier, Pastry Art & Design and Videogaming Illustrated.
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Joe Czerwinski - Wine Enthusiast Magazine

Joe Czerwinski - Wine Enthusiast Magazine Tasting Director and Senior Editor Joe Czerwinski joined Wine Enthusiast Magazine in 1999 as an associate editor. In addition to managing the entire tasting and review program, he reviews wines from France, Germany, Australia and New Zealand.
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Roger Voss - Wine Enthusiast Magazine

Roger Voss - Wine Enthusiast MagazineEuropean Editor Roger Voss is a wine and food author, and a journalist. The veteran has been writing about wine and food for the past 25 years. His books include France: A Feast of Food and Wine; The Wines of the Loire; Pocket Guide to the Wines of the Loire, Alsace and the Rhône; and Fortified Wines. He is based in Bordeaux, France, and reviews the wines of Austria, France and Portugal.
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Bettane et Desseauve

Bettane et DesseauveFollowing the acquisition of La Revue du vin de France by Marie-Claire and media group Lagardère, Michel Bettane and his colleague Thierry Desseauve left the publication on grounds of editorial differences, and the two launched their own series of wine guides, Le Classement des Meilleurs Vins de France.
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John Kapon - VintageTastings

John Kapon - VintageTastingsJohn Kapon, a 40-year-old New Yorker with a scruffy beard and gravelly voice, has become the world’s biggest wine auctioneer during the span of a few years — and he has uncorked the growth with unlikely methods.
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James Suckling

James SucklingJames Suckling, 41, joined Wine Spectator in 1981, when it was based in San Diego. He moved with the magazine to San Francisco in 1982, and in 1985 was reassigned to Europe. He lived in Paris for two years and then moved to London, where he resided for 11 years. He now lives in Tuscany, Italy.
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Jeb Dunnuck - The Rhone Report

Jeb Dunnuck - The Rhone ReportAn aerospace engineer by training, Jeb Dunnuck grew up on a farm in rural Indiana where whole milk was the beverage of choice and wine was hard to come by. It wasn't until 1996, when living abroad and traveling through Europe, that he became interested in fine wine. Moving to upstate New York in 1999 to work for Lockheed Martin, and later to Colorado in 2001 to work for Ball Aerospace, he traveled extensively throughout the wine regions of Europe and the United States, where he quickly developed a passion for the wines of the Rhône valley and the Rhone Ranger Movement in California and Washington. To gain a better understanding of the business side of the wine industry, he took a temporary wine retail position in 2006.Jeb launched the "The Rhône Report" publication and website in 2008 and began releasing a quarterly newsletter reviewing Rhône variety wines from around the world. Completely independent and including coverage on wines from France, Spain, Australia, and both California and Washington in the United States, the publication continued to gain in popularity and subscribers, and by 2013, was read in over 24 counties and seen as one of the leading authorities on Rhône variety wines.In 2013, after being approached by Robert Parker to join The Wine Advocate team, Jeb gave up his engineering career and now writes full-time covering the wines of the Rhône Valley (North and South), Southern France, Washington, and Central & Southern California. He resides in Colorado, with his wife Traci and two dogs, where he pretends to rock climb and race a bicycle
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Pierre Guigui - Gault&Millau

Pierre Guigui - Gault&MillauCoordinateur du Guide des vins Gault Millau.
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Christophe Casazza - Gault&Millau

Christophe Casazza - Gault&MillauJournaliste vin.
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Manual Peyrondet - Gault&Millau

Manual Peyrondet - Gault&MillauMeilleur sommelier de France 2008.
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Antoine Pétrus - Gault&Millau

Antoine Pétrus - Gault&MillauMeilleur jeune sommelier de France 2007.
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Sean Sullivan - Washington Wine Report

Sean Sullivan - Washington Wine ReportSean Sullivan publishes the Washington Wine Report, an independent blog focused on bringing Washington wine to you and bringing you to Washington wine. Sean's goal is to help you select Washington wines at a variety of price levels; to keep you up-to-date about the state’s wineries, vineyards, and individuals; to help you plan trips to wine country; and to connect you to the larger wine community.
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Luis Gutierrez - Wine Advocate

Luis Gutierrez - Wine AdvocateHe's a founding member of elmundovino.com, the dean and most prestigious wine website published in Spanish, where he has written and tasted since its creation in the year 2000.
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Monica Larner - Wine Advocate (WA)

Monica Larner - Wine Advocate (WA)In 2013, she joined The Wine Advocate as the Italian reviewer. Her hope is that she is able, in some small part, to capture the soul of the country she loves through the fascinating narrative of the grape.
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Jeff Leve - The Wine Cellar Insider

Jeff Leve - The Wine Cellar InsiderJeff Leve’s publication, The Wine Cellar Insider focuses on Bordeaux wine. The website features thousands of exclusive, searchable wine tasting notes with ratings, winery histories and profiles, images, in-depth articles, links and up to the minute harvest news.
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Clive Coates - The Vine (TV)

Clive Coates MW (Master of Wine) is one of the world's leading wine authorities. Coates has published The Vine, his independent fine wine magazine, since 1985.
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Jean-Marc Quarin (QUA)

Jean-Marc Quarin was born in 1955 in the Châteauneuf du pape appellation. His grandparents were winegrowers, in Italy on his father's side and in the Languedoc-Roussillon region on his mother's side.
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Allen Meadows - Burghound (BH)

Clive Allen Meadows was a finance executive for 25 years, holding a variety of positions, including stints as the senior vice-president and director of corporate development for Great Western Financial and chief financial officer for Fidelity National.
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James Halliday - Australian Wine Companion (AWC)

James HallidayRespected wine critic and vigneron James Halliday has a career that spans over 40 years, but he is most widely known for his witty and informative writing about wine.
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