Every year, Wine Spectator and Wine Enthusiast release their “Top 100” lists. Even before these lists are released, and word leaks out about what wines appear on them, consumers and retailers go into a frantic scramble to procure the wines. Well those lists are usually released towards the end of the year, and with it being so close to April, we went through and found what wines we have left over from these “Top 100” lists:

Wine Spectator “Top 100 of 2011”
-Tablas Creek “Cotes de Tablas” Red 2009 (only 2 bottles left!)
-Monsanto Chianti Classico Riserva 2007
-Shafer “Red Shoulder Ranch” Napa Valley/Carneros Chardonnay 2009 (also on Wine Enthusiast “Top 100”)
-Bodega Catena Malbec 2009
-Allegrini Veronese Palazzo Della Torre Red 2008
-Markus Molito Wehlener Sonnenuhr Riesling Spatlese 2009
-Gruet Blanc de Noirs N/V

Wine Enthusiast “Top 100 of 2011”
-Cruz Andina Malbec 2008

Wine Enthusiast “Top 100 Best Buys of 2011”
-Yalumba “Y” Viognier 2010
-Kendall-Jackson Avant Chardonnay 2009
-Sebastiani Sonoma Chardonnay 2009
-Bogle Savignon Blanc 2010
-Pacific Rim Riesling 2010 (#1!)
-Korbel Sweet Rose N/V
-Domaine Ste. Michelle Blanc de Blancs N/V
-Evodia Garnacha 2010
-Pennywise Pinot Noir 2009

If you’re looking to add a bottle to your cellar or just want something nice to have with dinner, this list can help you out. But remember, these vintages won’t last.