Best Selling Fine Wines Under $100

Best Selling Fine Wines Under $100 – In, these are just some of the high rated, best selling fine wines anyone would really enjoy and fall in love with. Shopping for Deals Online shares with you these 3 of the premium wines of


Best Selling Fine Wines Under $100 #1

fine winesAnderson’s Conn Valley Vineyards 2010 Right Bank Proprietary Red Blend – Bordeaux Blends Red Wine

The 2010 Right Bank is a pretty wine laced with small red fruits, flowers, licorice and spices. It shows lovely detail and finesse in a translucent, mid-weight style that is quite appealing. This lithe, elegant red impresses for its length and balance.

The oak and grape tannins are seamless, the acid is bright but does not detract from how supple and approachable the wine is , even in its youth. 

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Best Selling Fine Wines Under $100 #2

fine winesCaymus 2011 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon – Red Wine

On the palate, this Cabernet is rich with sweet, ripe tannins, expanding to a greater breadth of refined textures.

The flavor profile includes dark chocolate, sweet tobacco, mocha, leather, brown spice, cedar, vanilla and sweet licorice. The stand out qualities of this wine are its balance, supple texture, approachable grip and earthy notes.

Although tasty, the 2011 Cabernet Sauvignon Napa is slightly less intense and powerful compared to the 2010. It reveals supple tannins, abundant black fruit and spice notes, and an easy-drinking yet seriously endowed, medium to full-bodied personality.

Price: $69.99





Best Selling Fine Wines Under $100 #3

fine winesChateau Guiraud 2005 Sauternes – Dessert Wine

Typical of the huge power of Guiraud, this is one of the richest Sauternes in 2005. The wine is rich and intense, the dry edge of botrytis just dominating the sweetness. Flavors of honey, almonds and peaches give the wine extra complexity.

The 2005 Guiraud has a slightly more reduced bouquet compared to the 2004, with dried honey, marmalade and just a hint of petrol emerging with aeration. The palate is medium-bodied with a viscous entry, crisp acidity, touches of beeswax and almond defining the harmonious waxy textured finish. This needs another two or three years in the cellar, but it should evolve into a delectable Sauternes.

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