Believe it or not, inexpensive wine doesn’t have to taste like turpentine, and good wine doesn’t have to cost you a week’s grocery bill. Here are a few of our favorites:
Panarroz 2006 Jumilla
A bold blend of mourvedre, grenache and syrah, Spanish red will turn any backyard BBQ into a flamenco fiesta. With hints of pepper, plum and blackberry, you won’t believe that this wine only costs $10 a bottle.
Ménage à Trois series by Folie à Deux
Straight from the Napa Valley, the wine with the scandolous name comes in three varieties: red, white and rose. The red is a jammy marriage of Merlot, Cabernet and Shiraz while the white combines Chardonnay, Muscat and Chenin Blanc. The rose is a combination of Merlot, Syrah and Gerwurtzraminer. All three are fantastic wines, and at $12 a bottle, you can afford all three.
Domaine la Noble 2005 Chardonnay Vin de Pays
This wine conveys hints of tropical fruit along with white peach and honeysuckle. At $10 a bottle it is one of the cheapest French imports since Amelie.
Folonari Pink Pinot Grigio 2005
We just can’t resist this girly wine, with it’s adorable label and pink hue! It’s an Italian pinot that bursts with fruity flavors and is sweeter than the average pinot grigio. It’s perfect for a girls’ night and goes great with sushi, so call your girls, order some eel rolls, and pop in Pretty Woman. At $10 a bottle, you can have fun without stressing over your spending.
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