Wine Lister adds 650 wines
Through Lisa riley
Published: May 10, 2021
Wine Lister has added 650 new wines to its interactive fine wine information website.
The addition expands Wine Lister’s online data collection to 4,450 wines and over 40,000 vintages.
Burgundy represents 36% of the new selection, with more vintages added such as Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey, Cécile Tremblay, Benjamin Leroux, and more.
42 other wines (6%) are added to the already established set of Bordeaux properties, including Cru Bourgeois Exceptionnels, Cambon La Pelouse and Château Malescasse.
Italy’s treasury grows by 24%, with most additions coming from Piedmont (like Arnaldo Rivera Barolo), as well as Tuscany and Sicily.
Additionally, Wine Lister has also expanded its New World portfolio, as 10% of new additions are from California, including rising estates such as Littorai, Quintessa, Bevan and Cardinale.
“As Wine Lister enters its fifth year of operation, we continue to develop and improve its offering based on our information center,” said Chloe Ashton, COO of Wine Lister.
“The latest addition of wines to our database aims to encourage wider and deeper exploration, and to open up our advisory services to rising star regions, appellations and producers. We look forward to harnessing the energy data that we can provide through more analytical and strategic solutions in the fine wine arena, ”she said.
The latest additions will also be filtered through the purchase recommendation tool, WL MUST BUY, evaluating the quality and value of a wine within its vintage and its appellation.
Founded in May 2016 by the wine journalist Ella Lister and acquired by the French media giant, the Figaro Group in 2020, Wine list works with top producers, regional associations, traders and collectors to provide a variety of analytical and strategic solutions.
The online platform provides vintage-level scores and prices, interactive wine and vintage comparison tables, and detailed regional reports.