My top 5 (actually 6 now I’ve recounted it) are:
Red Bordeaux Blend 20.3%. All claret except a few Mas de Daumas Gaussac.
Red Rhone Blend 15.7%. All Southern Rhone except a couple of Languedoc/Roussillon, although strangely another wine from the same property with broadly the same grapes ends up in another category.
Pinot Noir 13.4%. Mainly Burgundy with a few outliers.
Syrah 8.1%. Northern Rhone with some Aussie and S of France outliers.
Chardonnay 7.8%. Predominantly Chablis plus NZ.
Other red blend 5.3%. Mainly Musar with some other randomly assigned Languedoc.
Not surprised at the claret, due to its longevity. Same for Musar. Surprised that Alsace is pretty low, but that’s cyclical, and if you add all the grape varieties together it comes to about 5-6%. Whites turnover is higher and stocks relatively low at present - I blame the wife for drinking more!