Great tasting, quality wines don’t always have to cost a fortune—there are actually some great options available at very affordable prices. One example is Kirkland Signature Sonoma County Chardonnay. Made from Chardonnay and produced by Costco in the U.S., this $7 wine is “consistently good for the money” and a “very nice everyday wine,” according to a review on cellartracker.com.
Fancy an affordable French wine? Try Abbaye Sauvignon Blanc. At just $10, “this tender, light and fresh white is distinguished by apricot flowers and a peachy palate,” according to a review on VinesonPine.com. If you prefer Italian wine, give Botter 14 Secolo Chianti a try. Made from Sangiovese, a red Italian wine grape variety, and produced by Botter Carlo & C., this wine costs just $10. According to a review on worldofliquor.com, “this is an entry level Chianti for those who prefer the old style of winemaking.”
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