If you are excited about trying wine for the first time but on a budget then you have just halted at the right place. You will find here some great information on good and inexpensive wines. Only options here are local groceries and supermarket whose shelves are lined with the quality and popular brands. The research of experts shows that packaging and label produce a momentous effect over regular customers. Another distinct deciding factor is the taste preference. What do you prefer- a sweeter or a dryer taste? If you think you will like dry and white wines, try an Australian Chardonnay like Lindeman's or Alice White. You could also try a Sauvingon Blanc – especially the New Zealand varieties are great! You can also try Monkey Bay brand for cheap wines.
List of Best Affordable Wines
These wines go well with salads and pastas with white sauces. If you think you will like to try the reds - they are full bodied and have a lot of flavor, try Pinot Noirs and Shiraz, but the Australian versions are more preferable. Reds in general are not sweet. Try different wines with different kinds of grape base until you find your taste.
What is the best cheap wine brand in grocery stores?
Silver Lake Chenin Blanc is available for $ 5.99 - 7.99. Duck Pond Chardonnay is usually priced between $6.99-8.99 but it depends on where you get the wine. Yellowtail, Rex G. and Blackstone all three are priced between $ 5.99 - $7.99. Chateau Moulin De Ferrand Entres Deux Miers is priced for $ 6.99. Green glass bottle is a white French wine from the Bordeaux region...Trader Joes Honey Moon Vigioner is available for 5.99. Trader Joes' sparkling white wine (champagne is like 4 bucks a bottle but they are seldom in stock. Yellow Tail for Cheap Wine is pretty good too and then there's that Pine & Post brand that goes for $5 which is also a decent choice. A brand of bathtub wine is also a good choice. At $2.50 a jar it's practically free. Here are is the list for ten great wines for $10 and under:
Falesco Vitiano Rosso, Umbria ($9)
Stella Montepulciano, Abruzzi ($9)
La Ferme Julien, Côtes du Ventoux ($5)
Mark West Pinot Noir, California ($8)
Cline Zinfandel, California ($9)
Chateau St. Michelle Riesling, Columbia Valley ($9)
Indaba Sauvignon Blanc, South Africa ($5)
Kenwood Vintage Red or White, California ($8)
Hogue Fume Blanc, Columbia Valley ($8)
Mirassou Pinot Noir, California ($9)
Some more popular sweet red wines:
Rine Street Red Wine - a sweet American wine from the Arbor Hill winery
Bully Hills Vineyards Sweet Walter Red - a red dessert wine from the Finger Lakes region of New York
Hazlett Red Cat - Also from the Finger Lakes region of New York
Ca' Togni - a sweet red from Napa Valley, CA made from the Black Hamburgh grape
Chapinha Sweet Red comes from the up and coming South American wine region, Chile