Now that WS has started with the "Countdown " on the website, it's time to start with the speculation. I'll start with two or three wines.
If you search the database for wines rated in 2012, and filter for those wines that rated 96 or higher, with at least 5,000 cases, and cost less than $90 a bottle, you find that only two wines meet the criteria: 2009 Guirard 96 points at $60 and 11,000 cases, and Vieux Donjon 96 points at $66 with 8,000 cases. That's not to say wines at a higher cost or less production won't beat them out, but those other high scoring wines don't have the "availability and value" if they cost more and/or have smaller production.
As a longshot for the Top 10, but one with a good "X" factor, is the 2010 Evening Land Pinot La Source, $60, 95 points. However, it's production of only 971 cases works against it. Again using the database filters for ALL 2009 and 2010 Oregon pinots, you'll see WS rated 461 wines, and only three of those had a rating of 95 points, with none higher.