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The best Bierzo wines in 2013 by Parker

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As always, when the brand Parker visits a DO, the waiting time is long. We all want to know what are the best wines of Bierzo 2013, according to Parker. Moreover, the last visit, in 2011, was the origin of the Jay Miller controversy, and there has been an interest in how Luis Gutierrez punctuation would evolve. The result: by examining the Bierzo 2013 wines Parker tasted 50% more of wines, best wines have increased their average score, and although Raul Perez is still one of the most popular winemaker, this time it seems to have been overcome by the descendants of J. Palacios, who with Moncerbal 2011 occupies the place of honor, in addition to place other wines in the top.

Want to know what are the best wines of Bierzo 2013 by Parker? We show you the 4 best (Bierzo wines with 95 Parker points), and the rest of the list (below) to complete 30 Bierzo wines rated by Robert Parker.

97 points, the best bierzo 2011 wine

 TAGS:Moncerbal 2011Moncerbal 2011

Moncerbal 2011

 

 

 96 point, the best Raúl Peréz

 TAGS:Ultreia de Valtuille 2010Ultreia de Valtuille 2010

Ultreia de Valtuille 2010

 

 

96 points, Moncerbal is the Bierzo wine

 TAGS:Moncerbal 2010Moncerbal 2010

Moncerbal 2010

 

 

95 points for the top 

 TAGS:La Faraona 2011La Faraona 2011

La Faraona 2011

 

 

 

 Here are the rest of the wines

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Appellations of origin names

 TAGS:Knowing the equivalents in terms of appellations of origin of wines from different countries can be an easy task if you master some basic concepts. In the following lines we will go through the different appellation of origin terms so we know what are we buying.

France was the pioneer in introducing this concept as a protection of the quality of some of their wines on one hand, and as recognition, on the other. Other countries have followed them establishing their appellations of origin that serve particular geographical, quality, composition or common characteristics shared among a group of wines.