Wine Consumer



Wine Consumer Magazine, Staff

Every Friday we take a quick survey on social media to see what wine consumers plan on enjoying for the weekend.  With the top five wines that were recommended, we asked, "If you had to choose one of these wines to drink every Friday for the rest of your life, which one would it be?" 

  Here's what wine consumers recommended and "liked":

1. Joel Gott 2011 Cabernet Sauvignon


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2. Verum 2010 Pinot Noir

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3. 2011 Edmond Vatan Sancerre Clos la Neore



4. 2002 Blackridge Canyon Private Reserve Pinot Noir

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5. 2011 Olivier Ravoire Côtes du Rhône Villages Cairanne


Here are some other wine consumer choices of note:


R. López de Heredia, Viña Tondonia White Gran Reserva 1991 (Haro, Rioja, Spain)

"was one of the finest vintages ever for this extraordinary blend of Viura (90%) and Malvasia (10%), finishing fermentation is such exquisite character that it was barrel-aged for 10 years. LdH doesn't screw around with overaging wines that aren't still improving in the barrel, so it says a lot. The previous Gran Reservas for this wine were '87, '81, '76, '73, and '70 to mention a few, while many much older are drinking perfectly well. As they made 15,000 bottles in '91, it won't be long before they're all off into private cellars, and the next Gran Reserva (which has probably already been barrel-agend for 10 years and bottled for about another 10 years) will be released and ready to blow everyone's wonderful minds." --RR



Greg Norman Cabernet Merlot

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