You don't always want to spend a lot of money on wine, but it can be hard to find a good bottle of cheap wine that still tastes good. Luckily, we've put together a list of the best inexpensive wine that taste delicious and won't break the bank.
What are some cheap wine brands?
There are some wine brands that specialize in producing affordable wine. Some of the best cheap wine brands are Barefoot, The Naked Grape, Turning Leaf, Livingston Cellars, Frontera, and Carlo Rossi. We love these brands because they make quality wine at unbeatable prices.
What is the best wine under $10?
For wine lovers on a budget, we've put together a list of the best wine under $10. These bottles might be cheap, but don't let the price fool you, they still taste amazing.
If you're new to tasting cheap wine or expensive wine, check out our beginners guide to wine tasting.
Deep ruby. Blackberry, cherry and peppery herbs on the fragrant nose and palate. Sappy, spicy and energetic, thanks to zesty acidity. Finishes focused and tangy, with good persistence and a subtle floral nuance. A seriously good value, especially in the organic category.
Well-balanced, dry and light-bodied, Livingston Cellars Chablis Blanc combines crisp hints of bright green apple with a clean finish. You'll be pleasantly surprised at the refreshing taste that lingers after each sip. Pair this refreshing white with cheese, fruit, and white meat for the ultimate flavor combinations.
Light but flavorful and fresh, this wine has good varietal character, medium body and good complexity, too. Aromas of red cherry and tea lead to cherry and plum flavors, mild tannins and a bit of fresh acidity for balance. The perfect combination of silky, smooth, and spicy, Barefoot Pinot Noir wine offers all the full-bodied flavors of wild raspberries & sweet cherries.
California- A crisp and refreshing Pinot Grigio with ripe apple and pear fruit flavors and aromas. This well-balanced white wine boasts strong minerality and acidity on the finish.
7. Frontera Moonlight White
Bright yellow in color with golden reflections. Aromas of fresh-cut fruit on the nose, followed by delicate fl oral notes and hints of honey.In a palate palate is refreshing, with a soft sweetness; ripe fruit flavors are balanced by a nice backbone of acidity.
This light-bodied, sweet wine has flavors of juicy nectarine, sweet peach and ripe pear. Bright and vibrant acidity complements its refreshing finish. This refreshing light bodied Riesling wine pairs perfectly with mild cheeses, fresh fruits and spicy dishes. Ideal for sharing at outdoor parties on warm summer days, this refreshing sweet wine is best served chilled.
9. Fortant Terroir De Collines Viognier
The vineyards of the Languedoc are among the few that combine such geological, geographical and climatic diversity featuring limestone, schist, granite and basalt-based soils. Fortant de France “Altitude” offers a range of wines that bring out the finest expression of the different grape varietals depending on the nature of the soil they grow in and the hilly (“Collines”) or mountainous (“Grands Monts”) geographical zones.
Packing big, bold flavor with a smooth finish, Barefoot Chardonnay brings tempting flavors to every bottle, with notes of crisp, green apples and sweet peaches. Accented with hints of honey and vanilla, our medium-bodied Chardonnay pairs perfectly with fresh fruit, pasta, chicken, and salmon
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