Critics vote best with their wallets. With that in mind, ranked the 100 best vintages of 2014 based solely on what people liked to buy. In 2014 customers preferred the Caymus 2012 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. “[Caymus’] 40th anniversary Cabernet Sauvignon was released to much fanfare and accolades, coinciding with a fantastic vintage in California,” the online wine retailer says. The next best-selling wine of 2014 was Bodega Norton Malbec Reserva 2011, a $15 bottle from Argentina. The $60 bottle of CabSauv is currently sold out on We can’t imagine why.

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