Yes, I’m a Wine Industry Network subscriber. Sounds la-di-dah, doesn’t it?

Like I’m looking to invest in wine futures or something.

So I’ll say it right up front: I’m not.

What I do like about the newsletter is learning about weirdo things, like how a wine can be called the “world’s best wine.” If you’re an online marketplace with over 12 million wines in your database and a reach of over 40 million people, you could ask your customers to weigh in on their very favorites and legitimately name the winner the world’s best wine.

That’s what Vivino has done for six years now (who knew?).

And without further ado, their winningest wine is Hundred Acre’s 2014 Kayli Morgan Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa, California.

The cost per bottle?

On Vivino it’s $479.20 (free shipping on orders over $99).

Save me a bottle!