The best wines in the globe have been voted the best in the history of wine competitions by four wine experts.
In a series of categories including wines, spirits and craft beers, The Wine Spectator magazine named the top ten best wines for 2018.
It is the third consecutive year that The Wine and Spirits World Championship has crowned the best wines.
The first two winners were from France, and the third came from the UK.
“It’s hard to pick a favorite.
It’s always difficult to pick one,” said Tom McLeod, co-founder and managing director of The WineSpectator.
“The categories are so diverse that they all need some sort of definition.”
The world’s top ten most expensive wines are listed below:The top ten wines by price are as follows:Sterling: $1,879.99The 2015 World Championship winner was: The 2015 World Champion was: Cranes, £6,400.99Cranesian: $2,890.99″It takes some time to work out what wine is worth.
You have to really go out and try it and then decide if it is worth what it costs,” McLeod said.
“This year, it was clear to me that it was worth about $2 million more than the other top 10 wines.”
A few other winners include:Lancet’s winner, the 2016 Wine of the Year, was: 2012 World Champion is: Riviera, £5,200.99Bourbon and Merlot winners were: 2014 World Champion, is: 2015 World Champ, is £1,200,000.99Nordic and Piedmont wines were the best selling categories in 2018, according to The Wine, Spirits and Craft Beer Magazine.
“The Nordic category is a great example of how a good wine can be made with a little bit of love,” McElwain said.
“They are also the ones who are doing the most marketing.
You get some really nice marketing from Nordic wines.”
The wine competition is organised by the World Wine Council and takes place annually in London, with each year attracting around 100,000 participants.
McElwains winemaker partners, who also include his brother, Steve, will be at the 2018 World Championship.
McLeod is also the executive director of the International Wine & Spirits Council.