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Favorite cheap wines? #281745 11/20/06 07:15 PM
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What are some good wines you get from the grocery store for under $10. My boyfriend and I like this norton malbec. It may be a 2004.

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One of my absolute favorites is the Vitiano Falesco. It's consistently better than $30 bottles of wine. Take a look at Great Red Wines for Under $15.


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Re: Favorite cheap wines? [Re: Jess81] #297008 03/06/07 01:56 AM
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For my favorite "house" wine that is VERY affordable, I drink Concha Y Toro cabernet. It is from Chile and costs about $10 for a double bottle at the grocery store.

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I don't really like Malbec. There's just something odd about the taste.

Has any one tried the Fish Eye box yet?


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My favorite cheap wine is a brand called Barefoot its usually $5! lol Im not really a wine expert but I am planning on moving out to Napa/Sonoma at the end of the year so I hope to gain some knowledge on this forum before I go.

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I really enjoy Australian and Mexican bargain wines. I can't think of any particular names right now but we tend to find some really great inexpensive wines from those regions!

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Hi Ladies,

Well, I have a few favorite wines for under $10.00 a bottle (750 ml), and they are as follows(in the order I like them): 1. Gallo Family, Sonoma Reserve 2003(Cabernet Sauvignon, California), $9.00 2. Paolo Toscano Chianti 2002 & 2003(Italy), $9.00 3. Dancing Bull 2003(Cabernet Sauvignon, California), $9.00 4. Bare Foot(Cabernet Sauvignon, California), $6.00 5. Jacob's Creek(Cabernet Sauvignon, Australia), $6.00.

So, there you have it. Try, and enjoy! I stumbled upon this nice site while searching for a particular wine, and decided to join. I love food, wine and beer, which are some of the finer things in life!

~ Lonelypoet

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Barefoot is a good buy. I lucked out the other day. One of my local grocery stores was clearing out it's higher priced wines by reducing them 30%. I cleaned up! I've discovered some nice sauvignon blancs from the random selections.


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Night Harvest Chardonnay by R.H. Phillips is very good and about $10-12. for a 1.5 ltr.




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Re: Favorite cheap wines? [Re: chloe21] #334937 08/20/07 07:29 PM
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Casarsa (Italian) cab sauv or merlot are great for the price - in NY state discount liquor stores often $6 for 1.5 l bottle. Breaks my heart to have to buy it just across the river in Canada for $13 Cdn. when I am at home. Better by far than sangria grade jug wine from California! In the USA I've seen a chardonnay too that I'm sure is just fine.


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