Monday, March 24, 2014

World's 100 Best Types of Wine: Group H

We are coming down the home stretch of voting for the World's Best 100 Types of Wine. There are only two more groups of 15 after this week, and then we'll be at 90 wines elected, with just a correction/addition election left. So if you haven't yet seen your favorite candidate, it may be time to start wondering.

For details on this election, please read the introductory post Vote for the World's 100 Best Types of Wine.

This week we have an interesting group, very exotic and yet focused on France, with 7 candidates from there (these groups were all randomly selected). No U.S. west coast wines, but we have our second non-West Coast wine. We also have our first (and only) two-nation candidate.

Please vote for 9 of these 15 wines. Have fun.

See the results for Group A, Group B, Group C, Group D, Group E, Group F and Group G.

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1 comment:

Matt Mauldin said...

Wow- Beaujolais is leading White Burgundy.