The table below is a snapshot of LIVE offers of wines that have been awarded 100 points by leading critics.
The cheapest 100-point wine offered LIVE is the Taylor’s 2016 Vintage Port at just £420 per 12×75. The wine was described by James Suckling as, “really, the most amazing young Taylor’s I have ever tasted”.
There is a raft of 100-point wines from these two years that are currently being offered at well below £1,000 per 12×75.
There is also value to be found in top-scoring claret from acclaimed vintages. We have, on numerous occasions, highlighted the relative value of the Bordeaux 2016 vintage compared to the greats of the recent past and present. Neal Martin of Vinous is a fan of the vintage. The cheapest 100-point wine LIVE on the market that he’s awarded 100-points is the 2016 Cos d’Estournel, which currently sits at £1,760 per 12×75.
Lisa Perrotti-Brown MW confirmed many of those 100-point scores in her Bordeaux 2010: 10 Years On tasting in 2020, re-scoring both the Pape Clement and Pontet-Canet at 100. She likewise scored the 2016 Cos d’Estournel at 100.
If you are looking for wines that have achieved perfection that won’t break the bank, then the table below is a great place to start.