Announcing the 2011
edition of the Wine.com 100
, the fifth year we have compiled
a list of our top 100 wines based entirely on customer preferences. The ranking reflects the top
1% of wines sold nationally on Wine.com during the first 11 months of 2011. While most publications
rank wines based on the opinions of their wine critics, our customers, by voting with their palate
and wallets, determine the Wine.com 100.
The Wine.com 100 list shows customers still love
California, and still love
Cabernet. But they also
enjoy excellent quality at a great price. That said, the average bottle price in 2011 increased from
2010, showing that customers are willing to spend more on
As with many year-end rankings, market availability can be a challenge. We have limited quantities
remaining for some of the list, and for the rest, we've moved on to the next vintage.
View the entire list in a PDF file.