I am using a Friedman's test with post-hoc analysis. I am using the function
friedman.test.with.post.hoc available for R software.
Lets say we have 6 wines and we want an ordered list of the wines according to the judges' rates (best wine, ... ,worst wine).
So, we perform the Friedman test. Suppose $p < \alpha$, we reject the null hypothesis. In other words, there is a significant difference between the wines given the judges' rates. In order to identify which wines are different, we run the post-hoc analysis. By running the post-hoc test, we have that there is only significant difference between the pairs: Wine A/Wine C and Wine A/Wine D.
Given that, how do you conclude the order of the wines? Should I use any other tools?