Figuring out what the best bottle is for a dinner or casual evening at home is tricky, but this top wines of 2012 infographic can help make the decision a little easier.
Starting off with the varying kinds of wine available, the chart goes on to detail which countries produced the best varieties during the 2012 year. Price points are naturally one of the most important characteristics as being too high or too low can be detrimental to marketing and sales; those on a budget spend about $16 per bottle, the average drinker about $49 and those who like to splurge will shell out around $208 a pop.
The chart finishes off with some past selections and encourages connoisseurs to branch out with their typical choices for optimal enjoyment.
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Find the Top Wines of 2012 Based on Location and Cost
- By: Michael HemsworthFeb 14, 2013