Now, we’re not sommeliers, but we have uncorked quite a few bottles in our time! Through our tastings, we’ve found some amazing wines at unbeatable prices. You know we don’t gatekeep here are Goodtaste, so we’re sharing some of our favorites with you! Check out these awesome bottles with budget-friendly price tags below.
You’ve likely heard us mention the H3 Cabernet from Columbia Crest in Washington State multiple times. We love Washington State Cabernets for their lushness and softness. On the palate, you’ll taste dark cherries and blackberries plus vanilla notes from the oak barrel. It’s also one heck of a deal! $12
The Italo Cescon Pinot Grigio is one of the winemaker’s older wines—they’ve produced it since 1957. It’s appreciated all over the world for its nice packaging and for its light, very crisp and dry finish with a little zest of orange. On the nose, you’ll get a bit of nutmeg, peach and acacia blossom. $12
If you’re a red wine fan, you’ll enjoy this pick. The Becker Vineyards Rosé is bolder in flavor than a typical Rosé and tastes of strawberries, dried cherries and fresh thyme. Despite the more pronounced fruit, it still has a nice light body perfect for pairing with whatever you’re eating. It’ll be a crowd-pleaser! $11
Perfect for fall, this festive plaid bottle (and the wine inside it!) will put you in the mood for cooler weather. Lunaria Patches Montepulciano from Italy is dry and full bodied with notes of bright red fruits and warm baking spices that pair well with pizza, roasted pork or cheese and charcuterie. Plus, it’s organic! $14
We’re still soaking up porch season here in Texas and the Noble Vines 242 Sauvignon Blanc from Monterey, California is perfect for sunny days. With tropical aromas and notes of guava, pineapple and passionfruit, this medium-bodied wine will pair perfectly with fresh herbs. $11