In honor of National Wine Day, I made a list of our favorites because we’ve tried our fair share of wine since we met, and we’re basically junior sommeliers.
Kidding. Maybe. 🙂
We typically aim for bottles in the $10-$15 range, but we’ll have a pricier bottle every once in a while if we’re dining in a nice restaurant, or we want to enjoy a really special bottle with a home-cooked meal.
We also drink more red wine than white, but sometimes a nice white wine pairs perfectly with a light seafood or chicken meal. White wine is also good to keep on-hand for cooking!
This list could really go on and on, but for the sake of your time, here are our top favorites!
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Prices may vary depending on the retailer, but the prices I listed are to give you a ballpark idea of the price. Also, all of the wines are linked!
Bourbon Barrel Aged Cabernet $13
Cloud Break Wines
Black Cloud Red Blend Barrel Reserve $17
Charles Smith Chateau Smith
Double Down Red Blend $8
Bourbon Barrel Red Blend $10
Pinot Noir $12
Pinot Noir $11
Matchbook The Arsonist
Red Blend $15
Menage a Trois
Silk Red Blend $7
Pinot Noir $16
Tall Dark Stranger
2018 Cabernet Sauvignon $12
Sauvignon Blanc $10
Sauvignon Blanc $11
Menage a Trois
White Blend $8
Chardonnay Reserve $10
Okay, so I listed 22 wines, but who was really counting?
Cheers, y’all, and enjoy! 🙂
2 thoughts on “20 Best Wines Under $20”
Thanks for the list. There are a few I need to try. 😀 Where do you typically buy your wine?
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Total Wine & More is where we normally get new ones to try, as well as Target!
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