Few Italians among the 100 best known names of wine Gaja, Masseto, Onellaia, Sassicaia, Solaia, Tignanello and Zenato. At international level all the big ones
The complete list is in Social Vigneron, one of the most influential and best made blogs in the world with an army of followers: 397 thousand on Twitter, 23 thousand on Facebook, 46 thousand on Instagram. His author, Julien Miquel is a winemaker, communicator, influencer really brilliant. In 2015 his blog won the title of Wine blog award that is the best wine blog in the world.
For this reason I advise you to follow him to have a more international point of view but also to learn.
THE 100 MOST FAMOUS WINE NAMES IN THE WORLD
What you will find below is just a taste, I leave you the curiosity to go and read the article of Social Vigneron.
MOST FAMOUS NAMES WITH THE LETTER A
Ace of Spades (Armand de Brignac by Cattier), Champagne, FranceAngélus (Château), Saint-Emilion Grand Cru, France
Astralis Shiraz (Clarendon Hills), McLaren Vale, Australia
Ausone (Château) Saint-Emilion Grand Cru, Bordeaux, France
The superpower of the French is impressive.
MOST FAMOUS NAMES WITH THE LETTER B
Beaucastel (Château), Châteauneuf-du-Pape, France
Beaux Freres ‘The Beaux Freres Vineyard’ Pinot Noir, Ribbon Ridge Oregon, USA
Belle Epoque (Perrier-Jouet), Champagne, France
Beaulieu Vineyard BV Georges de Latour Private Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley, USA
Billecart-Salmon, Champagne, France
Bin 707 Cabernet Sauvignon (Penfolds), South Australia
Here we find also some American and Australian but still no Italian wine or wine cellar.
Below I will give you some examples just to quote the most curious things
THE FAMOUS NAMES OF WINE FROM C TO ZETA
The first Italian is “Gaja Barbaresco DOCG, Piedmont, Italy” followed by Masseto, Ornellaia, Sassicaia, Solaia, Tignanello and surprisingly by my friend’s Amarone Nadia Zenato.
The vast majority of the famous names on the list are those of the “sacred monsters” starting from the grands crus classés: Lafite, Latour, Margaux, Mouton, Hout Brion. There are the symbols of enology in their countries Grange for Australia, Opus One for the United States, Diablo Casiller for Chile ….
But then there are also famous wines but definitely commercial as the Cloudy Bay Sauvignon Blanc or the Rubicon created by myf riend and excellent oenologist Giorgio Dalla Cia Julien Miquel, Social Vigneron, for the South African cellar Meerlust of Stellenbosch.