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Robert Parker
The Wine Advocate is a wine publication produced by Robert Parker, one of the most influential wine critics in the world. A wine rated above 96 is considered "Extraordinary."
Wine Enthusiast
Wine Enthusiast is a print and online publication about fine food, drinks, and travel. A wine rated above 98 is considered "Classic."
Wine Spectator
Wine Spectator is an online and print magazine featuring wine related news, reviews, and personalities. A wine rated above 95 is considered a "Classic."
Wine and Spirits
Wine and Spirits rates wines from around the world since 1981. A wine rated above 95 is considered "Superlative."
James Suckling
James Suckling is an American wine critic known for his authority on wines from Bordeaux and Italy. A wine rated above 95 is considered "A must buy".
Published by American wine critic Allen Meadows, Burghound.com is a wine website known for its authority in Burgundy. A wine rated above 95 is considered "Truly Incomparable".
International Wine Cellar
International Wine Cellar is an independent wine magazine published by wine critic Stephen Tanzer. A wine rated above 95 is considered "Extraordinary."
Australian Wine Companion
James Halliday is an Australian wine critic and the author behind Australian Wine Companion. A wine rated above 94 is considered "Outstanding".
PinotReport is run by American wine critic Gregory Walter. He specializes in Western US Pinot Noirs.
Connoisseurs' Guide
Connoisseurs' Guide to California Wine is the authoritative voice on California and Northwestern wine.
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