Top 10 wines of all time

Ask a man to choose one between the two mighty w’s – wine and women; the former will topple the latter. That is the stand of wine for men. A perfect masculine is assumed a connoisseur of wine. Malcolm Forbes, the billionaire, is known to pay $155000 for an age-old bottle of wine because that belonged to personalized collection of Thomas Jefferson. That is the love for wine. The knowledge of wine is considered the sharpest spear a man has to kill a woman in one shot. Wines have very wide spectrum and here is a description of the ten top rated wines for you.

1. Dom. Romane Conti 1997

Dom. Romane Conti 1997

Romane Conti has constantly topped the charts in spite of fifteen hundred USD mark. The wine is red colored and produces an aroma that has a mix of spices and berries. The wine is flavored with flowers along with sweet root or licorice with a hint of soya sauce. The burgundy hails directly form France and flaunts its laurels.

2. Petrus Pomerol 1998

Petrus Pomerol 1998

Chateau Petrus, “Petrus” as it is commonly referred to, gained fame during the Kennedy reign. This wine presents extremely dedicated skill of wine making. Grapes used in the wine are captured before time and allowed to dry slowly, thus making the wine delight for the palate. Wine is flavored with berries along with oak and vanilla, which is concluded from its purple shade. The vintage is still to go a long way.

3. Chateau Le Pin Pomerol 1999

Chteau Le Pin Pomerol 1999

Pomerol is another vintage that has carved its path along years to be rated among the best. One of the best wines that hails form the vineyards of Bordeaux, Pomerol hints of low levels of currant, cherries and mocha that gives it exquisite taste. Priced at around nine hundred USD with an average production of 6000 bottles, Pomerol continues to be the darling of wine collectors.

4. Chateau Latour Pauillac 1990

Chteau Latour Pauillac 1990

Hailed from the most reliable soils of Chateau Latour, this wine boasts of a great history of being selected as the best wine in 1993. The wine derives its flavor from caramel, cherries, sweet root, and fruits. The best thing about the wine is the last stroke, which will leave your palate mesmerized.

5. Chateau Valandraud Saint-Emilion 1995

Chteau Valandraud Saint-Emilion 1995

Priced at around 700 USD, the vintage is made not just with grapes but also with soul. It is rare to find and adds to the charm of the collectors. This wine has a bolder taste with rich and spicy flavors. The vineyard of Valandraud is a very special one with 35 acres of land for Emilion production.

6. Chateau La Mondotte Saint-Emilion 1996

Chteau La Mondotte Saint-Emilion 1996

The vineyard of La Mandate belongs to the Neipperg family. This wine is occasionally compared to Le Pin. It has an exotic taste with fruity flavor and a longer finish. The wine has a six hundred dollar mark.

7. Chateau Mouton Rothschild Pauillac 1986

Chteau Mouton Rothschild Pauillac 1986

Chateau Mouton occupied a position among the top ten wines of 1986. The wine renders a flavor of chocolate, spices, berries, and has a longer after effect for the palate. It belongs to the family of Lafite Rothschild who were the first to start the label after the World War II.

8. Chateau Haut Brion Pessac-Lognan 1982

Chteau Haut Brion Pessac-Lognan 1982

This red wine is living its youth and giving a strong challenge to the best wines of the world. The remarkable feature about Haut Brion is that it sings the saga of giving the oldest Bordeaux to the world. The sole credit of giving world this amazing vintage goes to Jean De Pontac who created the entire vineyard dedicatedly for the purpose of wine making and its success is a legend in wine making.

9. Chteau Margaux 1995

Chteau Margaux 1995

With a label of four hundred USD, its color is almost black. It hails from hundred-year-old vineyards and reminds the saga of 1990 for elegance and of 1994 for the cost. The flavors hinted are of blackberry and cassis. The vintage is powerful and is a rare masterpiece by the developers.

10. Chateau Lafite Rothschild Pauillac 1996

Chteau Lafite Rothschild Pauillac 1996

Lafite, popularly called as king’s wine after King Louis XV, this 96 vintage has taste and flavor of mint and currant. The credit of giving this fame to the vintage goes to French politician who was given the wine as tonic. He liked it so much that he presented it before King Louis XV and rest is history. With a lingering effect, the wine has a silk texture. It is priced at 280 dollars.

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