Top 10 Producers in your cellar?

Thanks! I’m new to this whole collecting thing, and trying to build a diverse cellar, but I hadn’t even noticed how evenly divided things are. I guess I’m on the right track.

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Unless it’s one bottle of each :thinking:

SQN
Krug
Dom Perignon
Berthaut Gerbet
Haut Brion (includes LMHB)
JM Boillot
Marcassin
Bruno clair
Louis Jadot
Realm

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Selosse
Tempier
Fourrier
Cedric Bouchard
Heitz
Chateau Simone
Goodfellow
Corison
Montrose
TIE: Etienne Calsac, LLC, and Ulysse Collin

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Bedrock
Patricia Green Cellars
Rivers-Marie
Goodfellow
Di Costanzo
Sandlands
Mount Eden
Beta
Walter Scott
VCC

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Interesting how this evolved over the past 3 years…

Now (by value to keep it consistent):

  1. Raveneau
  2. Ganevat
  3. Allemand
  4. Bizot
  5. Keller
  6. Rhys
  7. Jamet
  8. Tremblay
  9. Coche-Dury
  10. Bernaudeau

By bottle count:

  1. Rhys
  2. Ganevat
  3. Arnot-Roberts
  4. Foillard
  5. Produttori del Barbaresco
  6. Jamet
  7. Julian Haart
  8. Levet
  9. Allemand
  10. Nikolaihof
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You certainly have great taste Andy! :grinning:

How far down the list is Rayas? :blush:

Too far!

they’re really, really good. addictive. best of luck keeping some stock after you try one.

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By Bottle Count:

  1. Aperture
  2. Standish Wine Company
  3. Sami-Odi
  4. AXR
  5. Chateau Clinet
  6. Fingers Crossed
  7. Ceritas
  8. Kind Cellars
  9. Chiara Condello
  10. Andremily

Just missed by a few bottles the top ten (Kinsman Eades, Greer, and Becklyn)

Curious to see how this changes. The Aussie producers popped up here in the last few years as I’ve collected those but I’m starting to get more into Champagne and some Italian wines that may break more into this.

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Rousseau
Dujac
DRC
Petrus
La Mission
Guigal
Conterno
Littorai
Marcassin
Saxum

Clape
Jamet
Chave
Chapoutier
Guigal
Faurie
Gonon
Allemand
Paris
Balthazar

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Almost no changes to my list:

B. Giacosa
G. Mascarello
B. Mascarello
Burlotto
Produttori di Barbaresco
Brovia
Soldera
Montevertine
Salvioni
G. Rinaldi

All with more than 130 bottles, first non-italian entry is Dauvissat (number 12) and Schafer-Frölich (number 13).

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  1. Ramonet
  2. Walter Scott
  3. Kelley Fox
  4. Goodfellow
  5. Lopez de Heredia
  6. Bertheau
  7. Felettig
  8. Jamet
  9. Raul Perez
  10. Morgen Long

Virtually unchanged from last year, which was surprising. Have a few fun ones within one and two bottles of the top ten, respectively.

  1. (tied) Hudelot-Noellat / Dujac / Roederer
  2. (tied) Roumier / VCC / Cedric Bouchard

No one can accuse you of lacking focus (on the wines you love)

And lots to love on this list

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For me it’s really these 4 that anchor 50% of my cellar. After that, I have another 30 or so producers with a few to several bottles each.

If I had to give up the rest of my cellar and drink just these 4 for the rest of my drinking life, I’d be full of joy!

Vilmart & Cie
Kutch
Laherte Frères
Marie Courtin

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Kutch and marie courtin. Love it.

Brodie, thanks. With 45% Piemonte and 17% Tuscany in my cellar it is indeed focused, also down to producers.

Happy to see I am not the only Clinet fan :slight_smile:

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