Wine Drinkers Choose Their Best Wine in the World

According to the popular wine app, Vivino which has 35 million subscribers worldwide, the best wine in the world is the Scarecrow Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 from Napa Valley in California.

The revelation was based on the apps data mining of 40 million reviews and 120 million ratings posted by users last year.

Although you and I have probably never heard of Scarecrow cabernet before, the web engine Wine-Searcher, with 8.6 million listings from nearly 91,000 outlets globally, finds the 2015 Scarecrow cabernet available in sets of three from $1295 (from the Californian auctioneer K&L Wine Merchants) up to $3230 (from Fortuna Wines International in Hong Kong).   Find out more at: