Top 10 ‘Top 10s’ of 2016

22nd December, 2016 by Lauren Eads - This article is over multiple pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

It’s the end of the year, almost, and with that comes our round up of 2016’s biggest top 10s.

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From extraordinary vineyards and top-selling Scotch, to irritating habits of the wine trade and London’s best wine lists – we’ve covered it all.

There was not a corner of the drinks trade that team db did not peer into during 2016, in an effort to bring you some of the most valuable, memorable and humorous lists of the year.

Here, we round up some of 2016’s biggest top 10s, in no particular order, before we dive headlong into 2017.

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