Great Wines Under $15

Great Wines Under $15

If you’re looking for some good wine values under $15 a bottle, you’ve come to the right place. Every Thursday, we’ll let you know about some of our top picks under $15 which are sure to please your palate without breaking the bank. These are great wines worth seeking out, so go pick up a bottle or two and enjoy!

2007 Dry Creek Vineyards Chenin blanc, CA ($10-$15)
A medium bodied Chenin blanc with lots of melon, nectarine and honey flavors. Zesty and clean, this wine has crisp acidity and finishes with a refreshing, mouthwatering lemon flavor. Drink as …more>>

2006 Villa Pillo Red blend, Italy
This blend of Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot is fabulous right after opening and then it goes through a settling in period. If you are serving it among a group, decant it. If alone, it will open at your pace. Big and tight in the beginning, this wine has the breadth of appeal usually associated with wines from names that draw a lot more  attention. Powerful aromas of dark cherries and blackberry with an abrupt hit of licorice that settles down quickly, making this a very…more>>

2006  Cline Cellars Zinfandel, CA ($10-$15)
I am often asked my opinion on best zinfandel under $10 and the word that always rolls off my tongue is Cline. Without hesitation nor a moment for thought regardless of vintage consideration. The folks at Cline have been making great Zinfandels for decades now. There was a time another vintners name came to mind but they have rested on their laurels for way too long leaving Cline the hands down all time favorite. Exhibiting sweet   …more>>

2006 King Shag Sauvignon blanc, New Zealand ($10-$15)
Cool birds, great wine. This value oriented Crisp white quaffer hits all the right notes and delivers flavor beyond what might be expected. The nose is huge expressing pineapple, grass and a heavy dose of grapefruit. A classic Marlborough NZ Sauvignon Blanc; it has opening flavors that carry the same grapefruit and grass as the nose with a luxurious mouth-feel and pleasant full flavored finish. Varied drinking temperature can bring intriguing palate changes in viscosity and flavor. At colder temperatures, the wine is extremely crisp, refreshing and great. With a few  …more>>


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