Whether your favorite is red, white, or rosé - we can all appreciate a good bottle of wine. Today I’m sharing a new report with you that maps out the cost of wine in each state.

The team at House Method put this together by finding the prices of top supermarket wine brands of Sauvignon Blanc White, Cabernet Sauvignon Red, and Rosé wine at popular retailers for up to 10 zip codes in each state.

I myself love a glass of wine with my meal.  Besides the obvious health benefits, wine just seems to go well with different foods I enjoy.  Like, steak, wild meat such as pheasant, duck, goose and other poultry.

We found that the average bottle of wine in North Dakota costs $14.58, compared the national average of $13.36. This makes North Dakota rank as the 8th most expensive state in the US for purchasing wine.

You can see the full report here.