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CLASSIFICATION OF THE BEST SAINT-EMILION WINES

The appellation Saint-Emilion includes an immense number of Châteaux, famous or not, classified or not… You love the wines of this appellation, but, difficult to find your way around!

Discover in preview the classification of the greatest bottles of the legendary appellation, Saint-Émilion.


Top 15 of the best Saint-Emilion wines and vintages

Just below is the classification of the best vintages of Saint-Émilion wines: the first classification is that of Robert Parker, then the second comes from two Wine Spectator. Here is the 2017 list of the top rated great wines of the AOC Saint-Émilion:


Ranking by Robert Parker- Best vintage of Saint-Émilion

  1. Château Pavie 2005 – 100/100
  2. Château Pavie 2000 – 100/100
  3. Château Beauséjour Duffau Lagarosse 2009-  100/100
  4. Château Pavie 2009 – 100/100
  5. Château Beauséjour Duffau Lagarosse 2010 – 100/100
  6. Château Pavie 2010 – 100/100
  7. Château Angélus 2005 – 100/100
  8. Château Trolong-Mondot 2005 – 100/100
  9. Clos Fourtet 2009 – 100/100
  10. Château Peby-Faugères 2005 – 100/100
  11. Château Ausone 2005 – 100/100
  12. Château Larcis-Ducasse 2005 – 100/100
  13. Château Ausone 2003 – 100/100
  14. Château Cheval Blanc 2005 – 100/100
  15. Château La Mondotte 2009 – 100/100

    Ranking by Wine Spectator- best millésimes of Saint-Émilion

  1. Château Ausone 2005 – 100/100
  2. Château Figeac 1949 – 99/100
  3. Château La Mondotte 2000 – 98+/100
  4. Château Beauséjour Duffau Lagarosse 1990 – 98/100
  5. Château Cheval Blanc 2010 – 98/100
  6. Château Cheval Blanc 2009 – 98/100
  7. Château Cheval Blanc 1998 – 98/100
  8. Château Figeac 1929 – 98/100
  9. Château Pavie 2010 – 98/100
  10. Château Angélus 2010 – 97/100
  11. Château Ausone 2000 – 97/100
  12. Château Canon 1966  – 97/100
  13. Château Cheval-Blanc 2014 – 97/100
  14. Château Cheval-Blanc 2005 – 97/100
  15. Château Pavie-Macquin 2010 – 97/100

ALL ABOUT SAINT-ÉMILION

On the right bank of the Dordogne, Saint-Émilion and its vineyards are high places where the spirit blows. All of France and a large part of the civilized world are witnesses to this.

Every year, the “big” small city is a cosmopolitan place that has been active since ancient times. Extraordinary vitality and spirituality overflowed these narrow streets, these corbelled houses, and faith in a fraternal world flourished in all, accompanied by joyful flights of bells and solemn trumpet calls. Today as in the past, the vine and wine are the reason for living, a cause of happiness and subject to suffering, sometimes, for the winegrowing peoples of the eight communes. It should be noted that the jurisdiction of Saint-Émilion is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In one century, the Saint-Émilion vineyard has grown from 3200 to 5200 hectares.

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