Breaking Down Wine Spectator’s Top 100

Each year, the Wine Spectator puts out a list of top 100 wines.

Study & Swirl broke it down for you.

The findings?

  • How much do they cost? Most wines were either $20 – $34 or $50 – $99 per bottle.
  • How far does your dollar go? The price per point ranged from $0.13 to $1.72 with a median value of $0.37.
  • Where are the wines from? Domestic wines earned 33 spots, and California alone took 23. France came in second with 21 wines and Italy with 15. Uruguay landed a place on the list with a Tannat.




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