Top 100 Most Iconic Famous Wine Names A to Z

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Looking at the 100 cult wine names in the world, French, Italian, Californian, Australian and more, those rare iconic names, chateaus and wineries, that make us all dream.
Most wine connoisseurs have those in mind and you may want to have them in mind too to consider tasting these wine celebrities at least once in your lifetime. Somewhat this is my personal wine bucket list if you wish, some of these wines I’ve tasted, many of them I haven’t yet but I hope I do someday.

Find the complete list on: http://socialvignerons.com/2017/07/31/100-top-famous-wine-names-a-to-z/

The video lists from A to Z, in alphabetical order, the crus from Burgundy, Bordeaux, Napa Valley, South Africa, Champagne or Australia the most popular and highly-regarded estates on the planet.
The most famous wine names and words in the world as listed here are:
A
Ace of Spades Armand de Brignac by Cattier, Champagne
Angélus (Château), Saint-Emilion Grand Cru
Astralis Shiraz (Clarendon Hills), McLaren Vale, Australia
Ausone Saint-Emilion Grand Cru Classé
B
Beaucastel, Châteauneuf-du-Pape, France
The Beaux Freres Vineyard Pinot Noir, Ribbon Ridge Oregon
Belle Epoque Perrier-Jouet Champagne
Beaulieu Vineyard BV Georges de Latour Private Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley
Billecart-Salmon Champagne
Bin 707 Cabernet Sauvignon Penfolds, South Australia
C
Calon-Ségur, Saint-Estèphe
Canon Saint-Emilion Grand Cru
Cask 23 (Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars), Napa Valley
Caymus Vineyards Cab Sauvignon, Napa Valley
Casillero del Diablo Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon, Central Valley, Chile
Chambertin Grand Cru (Dom Dujac & other Producers), Cotes de Nuits
Charles Heidsieck Blanc des Millénaires, Champagne
Cheval Blanc
Cloudy Bay Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, New Zealand
Corton-Charlemagne (Bonneau du Martray & other wineries), Cote de Beaune
Cristal Louis Roederer, Champagne
Cos d’Estournel, Saint-Estèphe
Côte-Rôtie Brune et Blonde (E. Guigal), Rhône
D
Dom Pérignon, Champagne
Dominus (Estate by Christian Moueix), Napa Valley
Dr. L Riesling (Loosen Bros), Mosel, Germany
Ducru-Beaucaillou (Château), Saint-Julien, France
E
L’Evangile (2012 classification), Pomerol, France
Échezeaux Pinot Noir Grand Cru (Emmanuel Rouget & other producers), Cote de Nuits, France
F
Figeac Saint-Emilion, France
G
Gaja Barbaresco DOCG, Piedmont, Italy
Grange Bin 95 (Penfolds), Australia
Gran Reserva 904 La Rioja Alta, Rioja, Spain
H
Haut-Brion (Château), Pessac-Léognan
Harlan Estate, Napa Valley, USA
Hermitage La Chapelle (Paul Jaboulet Ainé), Rhône
Hill of Grace Shiraz (Henschke), Eden Valley, Australia
I
Insignia Joseph Phelps Vineyards, Napa Valley, USA
Imperial Reserva (Compania Vinicola del Norte de Espana CVNE), Rioja
J
Jordan Winery Cabernet Sauvignon, Alexander Valley, USA
K
Klein Constantia Vin de Constance, Constantia, South Africa
Krug Champagne
L
Lafite Rothschild (classified 1855), Pauillac
La Mission Haut-Brion, Pessac-Léognan
Latour (first growth 1855 classification), Pauillac
Léoville Barton, Saint-Julien
Léoville-Las Cases, Saint-Julien
Léoville Poyferré, Saint-Julien
Lynch-Bages

M
Margaux (Château), Margaux
Masseto, Tuscany, Italy
Mateus The Original Rosé, Portugal
Marques de Riscal Reserva, Rioja
Mas de Daumas Gassac, Languedoc-Roussillon
Meiomi Pinot Noir, California
Miraval Côtes de Provence Rosé, Provence,
Monte Bello Ridge Vineyards, California
Moët & Chandon
Montelena Chardonnay, Napa
Montrose, Saint-Estèphe
Mouton Rothschild , Pauillac,
Musigny ( Leroy & other producers), Chambolle
N
Numanthia Termanthia, Castilla y Léon
O
Opus One, Napa
Ornellaia Bolgheri Superiore, Tuscany
P
Palmer (Château), Margaux
Pavie Saint-Emilion
Pédesclaux, Pauillac
Petrus, Pomerol, France
Pichon Longueville Comtesse de Lalande, Pauillac
Pingus (Dominio), Ribera del Duero
Pol Roger Champagne
Pontet-Canet, Pauillac
Q
Quinta do Noval ‘Nacional’ Vintage Port, Douro Valley
Quintessa Red, Rutherford
R
Rayas Châteauneuf-du-Pape
Richebourg Grand Cru (Domaine de la Romanée-Conti DRC), Bourgogne
Romanée-Conti Grand Cru
Romanée-Saint-Vivant Grand Cru (Sylvain Cathiard)
Rubicon (Meerlust Estate), Stellenbosch, ZA
S
Sassicaia Bolgheri (Tenuta San Guido), Tuscany
Salon Cuvée S Le Mesnil, Champagne
Scharzhofberger Riesling (Egon Muller & other wineries), Mosel, Germany
Screaming Eagle, Napa
Silver Oak Cellars
Sine Qua Non (cult winery), California
Shafer Vineyards Hillside Select Cabernet Sauvignon, Stags Leap District
Solaia (Marchese Antinori), Tuscany
T
La Tâche Grand Cru Monopole
Taittinger, Champagne
Talbot, Saint-Julien
Tignanello (Marchesi Antinori), Tuscany
Tinto Pesquera Crianza (Bodegas Alejandro Fernandez), Ribera del Duero
U
Unico Gran Reserva (Bodegas Vega Sicilia), Ribera del Duero
V
Veuve Clicquot, Champagne
Vieux Chateau Certan, Pomerol
W
Wehlener Sonnenuhr Riesling Weingut Joh. Jos. Prum, Mosel
Y
Yellow Tail, Australia
d’Yquem, Sauternes
Z
Zind-Humbrecht Riesling Rangen de Thann Clos Saint Urbain, Alsace
Zenato Amarone della Valpolicella Classico, Verona

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