Favorite 50 Wines in 2021

Favorite 50 Wines in 2020Happy New Year! As we began 2022, we compiled a list of our favorite 50 wines in 2021. And what a year it was! First, we finally took some short road trips to Washington and Oregon wine countries. For example, we drove to Walla Walla, Red Mountain, Leavenworth, Lake Chelan, Carlton and Willamette Valley. Next, we also enjoyed many wonderful wines at home or with friends. Therefore, this list exemplifies the favorite 50 wines that we tasted last year. In other words, you might have other favorites, which we have not tasted. That’s the beauty of having so much wonderful wine available in the world. Read on for more details.

Write for Wine’s Favorite 50 Wines in 2021

Favorite 50 Wines of 2020First, this list features wines such as Champagne, Pét-nat, White Burgundy, Pinot Grigio, Sauvignon Blanc, Seyval Blanc, Riesling, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Syrah, Merlot, and both red and white blends. Further, multiple wine regions produce these excellent bottles: Washington, Oregon, California, B.C., France, Italy, Australia, South Africa, Armenia and Argentina. Certainly, we loved all 50 of these wines.

In addition, we chose only one white and/or one red from each winery, so more wineries could be featured. Consequently, we encourage you to try some of them. However, some of these vintages are no longer available. On the other hand, you should be able to find recent releases instead. Most importantly, we recommend that you click on the winery links for more information.

Here is our list of Favorite 50 Wines in 2021 (in alphabetical order by winery).

Favorite Champagne, Sparkling and White Wine

Holiday White Wine

Favorite Red Wine

Holiday Red Wine

Summary: Favorite 50 Wines in 2021

In conclusion, our list of 50 Favorite Wines in 2021 consists of bottles from many wine regions in the world. In the same vein, some of them are special-occasion wines because of their high quality and subsequently, high price point. Likewise, others are special good-value wines that we enjoyed throughout the year.

Finally, we encourage you to try some of them and check out the wineries’ websites for more information.

Above all, we hope you stay safe and have a healthy 2022.

And certainly, thank you for your support for Write for Wine over the last 15 years, here and on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

Happy New Year!
Margot and Dave
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