Post # 31
there are some fun, lower priced canadian wines you should get a good deal on due to the exchange rate right now. Try Wine o’clock as a not bad brand. There’s also a great little partly organic Chilean vineyard called como sur that does great wine!
Post # 32
Rex Goliath Pinot Noir is a good red. Cupcake Red Velvet is really good too.
Post # 33
My husband and I are total wine people, and here are some of our go to’s if we’re trying to save a buck (these should all be under $10):
Oyster Bay Sauvignon Blanc
Matua Sauvignon Blanc
Santa Margherita Pinot Grigio
Tapena Garnache (Spanish red)
Post # 34
Yay, I see you like marlborough sauvignon blanc too
Post # 35
We had this amazing honey wine from Oliver Winery: http://www.oliverwinery.com/orchardstandpeach
We had both peach and strawberry flavors. It was a huge hit with our guests, but it’s a sweet wine – might not be everyones tastes. $8.50 a bottle, but if you can’t find it locally you’d have to pay shipping too.
Post # 36
like?!? More like LOVE!!! 🙂
Post # 37
Currently enjoying a glass of Love Noir, slightly over your budget at $13 from Target.
Post # 38
my recommendation is to find a local small business that prides itself on its wine selection and work with them to pick a variety of wines from smaller producers. You will get a much better quality wine than you would if you bought a mass produced wine. And your guests will be impressed.
Post # 39
Trader joes, trader joes, trader joes!!!!! Even if it’s a little bit of a drive, I HIGHLY recommend getting there to buy your wedding wine.
Sweet: The sparkling White Lambrusco is AMAZING and is like $5
A little less sweet: Secco, kind of like a knockoff prosecco $5
Red: Black Mountain Fat Cat Cabernet Sauvingnon $8
Green Fin: Good white table wine $4
Post # 40
TRADER JOES!!! I’m kind of a wine snob, but always have a few bottles of this on hand. They have great table wine 🙂 Not the 2buck chuck, but their next step up (see pic), is only about $5/bottle. You can also find sparkling versions for $4.99. If not TJ near by, check out your location wine store- tell them you want to buy in bulk and see if they can offer a discount- it should bring your average $11-13/bottle down by 10% at least.
Post # 41
I love Barefoot wines! I’m also weird and like my wine wet and a little sweet, so I stick with Reisling and Moscato (white) and Red Moscato.
Post # 42
Most of my favorites have been mentioned already, but I like Barefoot and Naked Grape wines a lot. We had Copper Moon at our wedding and it was a big hit, but I think that it may run a little more per bottle, hard to say because I’m in Canada so the prices are different.