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I have an affinity for cheap wine. I love expensive wine too, but anyone can go out and buy a good $40+ bottle of wine. Getting something enjoyable for a little of nothing is kind of a hobby of mine. So, what is your go to bottle of wine for <$20? How about <$15?
I found a good New Zealand white tonight.
2010 Villa Maria Estate Sauvignon Blanc Cellar Selection Marlborough 750ml
I like black box. I only like reds and won't typically drink a bottle in a day or two so they're perfect for me.
4 bottles in a vacuum pack that lasts a month and tastes decent is perfect.
if you like shiraz...black opal shiraz is good...also alot of the shiraz/cab blends are good.
I am sure i don't like it as much as you do but I do enjoy picking up the odd wine I've never seen before for $9...although >75% of the time its nothing to remember.
Catena Malbec from Argentina, you can get it for > $20 and is the best wine under 20 that I've ever had. Personally not a big enough wine guy to spend much more than 20 dollars on a bottle at this point, and don't have an extensive list.
Catena Malbec 2009 from Argentina, South America - #58 Wine Spectator Top 100 of 2011
The 2009 Catena Malbec presents a dark, violet color with deep black tones. This ...
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2007 Conn Creek Cab Sauvignon. $20 and it's a great Cabernet. Also for $18 I suggest Robert Mondavi 09 cabernet.
Edit: sorry got my prices wrong. Here's the correct prices
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here ya go...
Arbor Mist Sweepstakes was a big deal when I was in school. I see you people have no morals anymore.
Jacob's Creek Chardonnay. It is $7 at Publix in Mountain Brook. It tastes damn good plus it has a twist off cap I can put back on the bottle so i can toss it under my seat if I get pulled over while I'm drinking it.
I'm here for the Thunderbird?
red diamond cab; less than $10 a bottle.
Red Diamond celebrates Washington’s distinctive reds; layers of luscious, fruit-forward flavors exude style and confidence.
will try and get some rec today - have a friend that collects wine from all over the world ( usually expensive ) and he usually turns me onto some amazingly inexpensive bottles of wine when he comes across deals ...great guy and the wine has always been off the charts great
I'm pretty sure Thunderbird isn't wine. It's actually just distilled potato liquor, flavored with grape syrup.
I like the Pinot Noir from Argyle Winery in Oregon.
Kendal Jackson has a good Chardonnay under $20.
Felino Cab Sauv. 2010... having it right now.
I recommend a very chilled Dr Loosen Reisling - $8.99 with sushi on a hot day. Kim Crawford Sauvignon Blanc -$16.99 & White Haven Sauvignon Blanc $13.99 are lady killers.
Kendall Jackson definitely belongs in this discussion. Good, cheap stuff.
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In memory of Tusks.
Jesus I love that Felinos... im three glasses in
There's very little correlation between price and quality in wine... b/c there are soooo many wines produced these days. Looking for good, cheap wine? Follow me: https://twitter.com/#!/tallywineguy
Feel free to ask me (on Twitter) for specific recs, e.g., good, cheap Zin, Cab, sparkler, etc.
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