What is the salary of a Sommelier?

The average salary of a Sommelier in United States is $26,230. Salaries start from around $17,570 and go up to $37,600. For a detailed look at the salary in your state, click on the map below.

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$37,600
Starting ($17.6k)
Junior ($19.5k)
Experienced ($24.1k)
Senior ($30.1k)
Highest ($37.6k)
Highest

The top 10% of Sommeliers in United States earn:

$37,600
Senior

The top 25% of Sommeliers in United States earn:

$30,130
Experienced

The middle 50% of Sommeliers in United States earn:

$24,080
Junior

The bottom 25% of Sommeliers in United States earn:

$19,520
Starting

The bottom 10% of Sommeliers in United States earn:

$17,570

Historical salary

Sommelier salary by state

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State Salary Rank
Alaska 33,080 1
Nevada 32,450 2
Massachusetts 32,400 3
Louisiana 31,170 4
District of Columbia 30,760 5
Florida 29,820 6
Connecticut 29,550 7
New Hampshire 29,440 8
California 29,020 9
Virginia 28,670 10
New York 28,090 11
Alabama 27,200 12
Arizona 26,880 13
Maryland 26,670 14
Oregon 26,270 15
United States 26,230 16
Ohio 25,910 17
Washington 25,890 18
New Jersey 25,530 19
Wisconsin 25,080 20
Hawaii 24,770 21
Indiana 24,510 22
Idaho 24,340 23
Missouri 24,210 24
Pennsylvania 24,180 25
Illinois 23,960 26
Texas 23,890 27
Maine 23,730 28
Georgia 23,260 29
Minnesota 23,130 30
Michigan 22,980 31
Colorado 22,940 32
Iowa 22,440 33
New Mexico 22,360 34
Kentucky 22,240 35
North Carolina 21,820 36
Tennessee 21,200 37
Oklahoma 20,620 38
Arkansas 20,480 39
South Carolina 20,000 40
Mississippi 19,150 41

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