10 wines under $10

top 10 under $10

There is a definite plus to working in a wine store such as Vine & Table. We get to choose which wine to put on our shelves. To do that, we constantly taste and evaluate wines from different regions, producers and at various price points. The most often asked question by friends, family and customers is “What’s one of your best $10 wines?” So here you go… our spring selection covers a wide variety of styles to choose from. These are wines we believe in, wines that taste great and wines that have an excellent quality to price ratio. Enjoy!

51558Castel Malbec 2011
One of the original varietals of Bordeaux, this French Malbec is elegant with boysenberry, cocoa and soft fleshy tannins. Vine & Table’s Best Under $10 Malbec!

Bodegas Peique Rosado 2010
There is no better wine to welcome Spring than Rosé. This strawberry and cherry packed wine from Spain’s Mencia region is crying out to be chilled and shared on your patio.

Gaio Rosso 2010
A blend of Sicilian Sangiovese, Nero d’Avola and Merlot combine to produce a deceptively light and drinkable red.

Bogle Pinot Noir 2010
This is without a doubt one of the best under $10 California Pinot Noir available. It’s light in body with wild  strawberries, rustic mint, pine, bright berry, tea leaves and violets.

52939Zestos Old Vine Garnacha 2011
This is a wonderful wine, absolutely delicious, packed with wonderful dark fruits which jump from the glass. A new Vine & Table Staff Favorite!

Naked Grape Pinot Grigio
A very nice light California white that exhibits flavors of pear, lemon and honey and finishes with a quick citrus zing!

Chateau Julien Royalty Red 2010
This wine’s deep dark red hue and rich purple edge is followed by a plum, jammy aroma reminiscent of freshly ripened fruit. A perfectly balanced California red blend.

52882Chateau Ste. Michelle Riesling 2011
A classic medium-sweet Riesling from Columbia Valley in Washington. Sweet lime and peach mingle with subtle mineral notes to make a wine that is thirst-quenching, refreshing and very easy to pair with a variety of different foods.

Broadbent Vinho Verde
Vinho Verde is a less well-known Portuguese dry white that is light, bright and deliciously refreshing. This is what we drink when the sun
shines. If you have never tried it, now is your chance!

Crème de Lys Chardonnay
What a pleasant surprise! We really like this creamy California Chardonnay with its lush tropical fruit, baked apple, citrus and just the right amount of vanilla and Crème brûlée on the finish.Yes, we will have another glass, thank you!



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