10 Great Wines for $10 or Less

Not everyone has the desire or the wallet to pay more for a bottle of wine than you would for… say… cheap takeout or a couple gallons of gas. Just because you have Dom Perignon taste on a Franzia budget doesn’t mean you can’t truly enjoy the complex flavors offered by a fine glass of vino. A far cry from Boone’s Farm, here’s a few that are definitely worth tasting:

New Age White Wine

This refreshing white from Mendoza is composed of nine parts Torrontes and one part Sauvignon Blanc. At around $8 a bottle, this wine offers a the sweetness and bubbles you’d expect of your favorite bubbly.

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Charles & Charles Rose

This rose scored big in 2013 wine competitions, and is one of the most popular wines of the Columbia Valley. At about $10 a bottle, the wine is made of Syrah grapes, also known as Shiraz.

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Falesco Vitiano

The Italian blend of Cabernet, Merlot and Sangiovese is a great pizza wine, particularly cold pizza. For just $10, this is a true find if you locate a bottle at your local shop.

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PopCrush White Blend

Just $10 a bottle at Target, this white variety offers hints of apricot and a fuller body than one would expect.

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Segura Viundas Brut Reserva Cava

The Spanish wine is available for just $6 a bottle – a great price for the sparkling stuff – and makes for a great Mimosa.

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St. Francis Red Splash

Averaging just $9 a bottle, the Sonoma blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot and Zinfandel is one of the most popular wines from the region, incorporating some of the world’s most popular red-wine grape varieties.

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Columbia Crest 2 Vines Chardonnay

Hailing from Washington state, the Chardonnay is not overly complex and features enough pear and apple flavors to create an interesting drink. The $8 bottle is a popular offering from one of America’s best wineries.

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Banrock Station Riesling

This fruit Riesling is balanced with a hint of lemon zest. For just $5 a bottle, the south Australian wine is a great value for a house white.

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Veramonte Merlot Reserva

At just $10 a bottle, this juicy Merlot hails from Chili’s cool-climate Casablanca Valley. The wine is dense red leaves a satisfying fullness, and a portion of Cabernet adds structure.

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D’Arenberg The Stump Jump

This Australian blend of Grenache, Shiraz and Mourvedre offers an aroma and flavor reminiscent of crushed dark berries. Try it out for just $10 a bottle.

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Of course, the best way to discover a great wine is “through the grapevine.” What is your favorite bottle that’s less than $10?

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by on November 26th, 2014