Wine Lister expands coverageBy Rupert Millar
Fine wine rating platform Wine Lister has announced it has expanded the number of individual wines it now covers to over 3,000.
This latest increase is reportedly the first of several to come over the following months and raises the number of scored wines to 3,140 and the number of wine-vintages to almost 30,000.
Covering wines from all over the fine wine world, the biggest increase was in wines from Burgundy, with 58% of the new additions hailing from the Côte d’Or. Italy was also well represented.
Among the wines included in the expansion are Bollinger’s Vieilles Vignes Françaises, Keller’s Westhofen Absterde Riesling, Vietti Barolo, Valentini Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, Claude Dugat Charmes-Chambertin, Arnuad Ente Meursault La Sève du Clos, Prieuré Roch Chambertin Clos du Bèze and Comte Liger-Belair’s Nuits-Saint-Georges Les Cras.
Ella Lister, Wine Lister’s founder and CEO, said: “This significant expansion of wines on our website is an important step. We are delighted to have strengthened our partnerships with both Wine Market Journal and Wine Owners in order to respond to demand from our users.”