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THE TOP 10 WINES 2021 AND THE BEST WINE 2021 (01-12-2021 by Nenad Jelisic)

This is the ninth consecutive year that NJ Wines presents the top 10 wines. In 2021, NJ Wines tasted a few thousand wines that were, and still are, available on the wine market. From all these wines, NJ Wines selected the 10 top wines of the year. The most important criterion in the selection was of course the quality of the wines, but also the availability of the wines today. Of the top 10 wines of the year come four from Slovenia (two from the winery Vino Kupljen and two from the winery Edi Simcic), two from Italy (one from the winery Tenuta Tre Gemme and one from the winery Poggio al Tesoro), one from Australia (from the winery Grant Burge), one from Portugal (from the winery Churchill's), one from USA (from the winery Louis M Martini) and one from France (from the winery Champagne Henriot). Both last year and this year, Slovenia proved with the second best wine of the year, the fifth best wine of the year, the sixth best wine of the year and the tenth best wine of the year that it belongs to one of the world's best wine-producing countries. Note that NJ Wines’ wine tasting year always begins the first week of December the year before and ends the last the week in November the current year i.e. for the year 2021 it started the first week in December 2020 and ended the last week in November 2021. This year, four wines got 5,0 NJP of 5,0 NJP (100 points of 100 points), in 2020, two wines got 5,0 NJP of 5,0 NJP (100 points of 100 points), in 2019, five wines got 5,0 NJP of 5,0 NJP (100 points of 100 points), in 2018, six wines got 5,0 NJP of 5,0 NJP (100 points of 100 points), in 2017, no wine got 5,0 NJP of 5,0 NJP (100 points of 100 points), in 2016, one wine got 5,0 NJP of 5,0 NJP (100 points of 100 points), in 2015, one wine got 5,0 NJP of 5,0 NJP (100 points of 100 points), in 2014, no wine got 5,0 NJP of 5,0 NJP (100 points of 100 points) and in 2013, one wine got 5,0 NJP of 5,0 NJP (100 points of 100 points). NJ Wines is very pleased with the positive result, but NJ Wines does not believe that the global quality of the wines has changed as much in the positive direction as our tasting results show. NJ Wines was just lucky enough to taste some of the world's best wines in 2021.

 

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