Not all wines have to be expensive to taste good. There are plenty of cheap wines that have a good taste which can be enjoyed by one and all. Plus, you don’t have to break the bank when it comes to wines that can be served at parties, events, and get-togethers. Of course, if you are in the mood for wine you can always get a bottle or two of the right cheap varieties and savor the taste.

 

 

You’ll find that most cheap wines that taste good are white wines. There are several reasons why, but for the most part white wines offer a wonderful citrus flavor that is present even in the cheaper varieties. Plus, they tend to be the type of wine that many non-wine enthusiasts choose for a variety of reasons. Here are a few cheap wines that taste good and will have you coming back for more.

 

Evolúció Furmint (2013)

 

You’ll find that many cheap wines come from areas of the world that may not be well known for their vineyards. The Evolucio Furmint is one such white wine that offers a very dry, peach-flavored taste that will be enjoyed by everyone. It helps that the label and packaging is very well made for a wine that cost just over $10. Of course, your non-wine enthusiast friends will probably never know and will savor this brand that is delicious and easy on the pocketbook.

 

Fritsch Windspiel Gruner Veltliner

 

If you are looking for a less expensive wine that goes excellent with vegetable dishes such as artichokes, asparagus, or bitter greens, then look no further than this brand. The tart taste makes for a wonderful way to wash down your veggies and all without having to dip deeply into your wallet. The packaging and label of the bottle belies its $11 price tag, but you’ll savor the taste of this remarkable white wine.

 

Perelada Blanc Pescador

 

A wonderful white wine that offers delicious citrus flavor, you can find this in most stores for $5 or less. It’s between a still and sparkling wine which makes it the perfect choice for parties and celebrations. Plus, at only $5 a bottle you can get the most for your money with this wonderful cheap wine.

 

Stock & Stein Riesling (2012)

 

German wines are not as well-known as their French or Italian counterparts, but they do offer some excellent brands that are inexpensive. This version offers an interesting combination of ripe peaches set apart by tart lemons which makes it perfect with a dish of spicy foods. This is a delicious wine that sells for under $15 and is perfect for times when you are serving spicy foods.

 

Val de Mer Saint-Bris (2011)

 

This one goes for $20, but it is the perfect wine for parties thanks to its citrus flavor. If you are serving chips and dip, this is the perfect compliment. Its clean taste will wash away the salty foods with ease and you may find this to be a favorite of the less expensive variety.

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