Wineries to Watch

For our Annual Buying Guide, we comb through a year’s worth of tasting results to find the 100 best wineries of the year, the ones that set the bar for their regions with multiple wines having performed at a very high level.

And then our critics think about who we’ve discovered in the last year that might well make this list in the coming years. These are wineries that have been around for less than a decade—in many cases even less—and are already showing signs of greatness. Click through to read more about W&S's past Wineries to Watch.


Past Wineries to Watch


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McLaren Vale, South Australia
Jauma

by Josh Greene


Finger Lakes, New York
Red Tail Ridge

by Josh Greene


Granada, Spain
Barranco Oscuro

by Patricio Tapia


Rheinhessen, Germany
Weingut Wechsler

by Tara Q. Thomas


Portugal
Muxagat

by Josh Greene


Hungary
Spiegelberg

by Tara Q. Thomas


Italy
Mastrodomenico

by Tara Q. Thomas


Greece
Dio Fili

by Tara Q. Thomas


Croatia
Roxanich

by Tara Q. Thomas


Spain
Goyo García Viadero

by Patricio Tapia


Chile
Villalobos

by Patricio Tapia


Australia
Luke Lambert

by Josh Greene


Argentina
Tintonegro

by Patricio Tapia


Oregon
Chapter 24

by Josh Greene


California
Deovlet

by Luke Sykora


Weinviertel, Austria
Sohm & Kracher

by Tara Q. Thomas


Roussillon, France
Domaine Singla

by Tara Q. Thomas


Naoussa, Greece
Thymiopoulos

by Tara Q. Thomas


Alexander Valley, California
Captûre

by Luke Sykora


Conca de Barberà, Spain
Josep Foraster

by Patricio Tapia

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