Top 10 Cheapest Wines under $10 in

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We all know that most, if not all love good wines but only few have the patience in finding cheap wines under $10 to enjoy. To make things easier, here is a list of the top 10 cheapest wines on you will surely love under 10 bucks:


10. Boekenhoutskloof The Wolftrap 2011

This red wine from South Africa is incredibly smooth and rich on the palate with soft tannins, good density and a hit of oak. This wine is perfect for easy drinking with 65% Syrah, 32% Mourvedre, and 3% Viognier.


Price: $9.29





9. Guy Saget La Petite Perriere Sauvignon Blanc 2011

This white wine from Loire, France has an exploding aroma of ripe yellow (peach and apricot) and exotic fruits. Reward yourself with its clean and refreshing taste like a whirlwind of freshness, complexity, and fineness that ends with notes of ripe melon.


Price: $9.29





8. BV Century Cellars Merlot 2009


This red wine from California opens with vibrant red fruit aroma and sweet baking spices. The palate is smooth and supple, with bright acidity and refined tannins. Roasted pork loins and oven baked chickens are best paired with this wine.


Price: $9.29





7. Tilia Cabernet Sauvignon 2010

This red wine from Argentina, South America offers aroma of red fruit, sweet spice, and a touch of fresh mint. It is full and soft with layers of red currant and cassis, note of cigar box, leather and ripe black fruit. The wine finishes with finely grained tannins that add structure and length.


Price: $8.99




6. Sorin Cotes de Provence Cuvee Privee 2004 

This red wine from Rhone, France has black cherry and blackberry flavors that are full and ripe with a long satisfying finish. Made in the heart of the sun-drenched seacoast town of Bandol, 3km away from sea, this wine is vinified in rotary casks and aged in oak barrels for 9 months.


Price: $8.49




5. Oxford Landing Sauvignon Blanc 2011

This white wine from South Australia has lifted aroma of gooseberry and fresh cut pineapples with herbaceous nettle notes. Blanc 2011 has lifted aromas of gooseberry and fresh cut pineapple with herbaceous nettle notes. The palate displays a lively citrus clarity and bright tropical notes and allure of passionfruit. This wine is great for vegans and vegetarians.


Price: $8.29



 4. Placido Pinot Grigio 2011

This white wine from Tuscany, Italy has fresh and fruity aromas of pears as well as citrus and grapefruit. Enjoy its full, fresh, and lively taste with notes of ripe pear on the finish. Placido Pinot Grigio is a delightful aperitif, and is perfect for a range of foods including appetizers, seafood, and grilled poultry and pork.


Price: $8.29




3. Borsao Tinto 2011

This red wine form Spain has a balance taste of black cherries and blueberries coincide with gentle vanilla and toast, and mineral and rock elements finish the wine, along with a whisp of citrusy crispness.


Price: $8.29





2. Jaume Serra Cristalino Brut Cava

This white wine from Spain has smooth and fresh aromas, fine and fruity palate with a dry aftertaste. Experience a clean, dry, and crisp taste with citrus and apple flavors.


Price: $7.99






1. Nick Faldo Cabernet Sauvignon 2006

This red wine from Coonawarra, Australia has Appealing fruit aromas showing mulberry and cassis characters with subtle mint. The wine is well balanced with fine soft tannins and finishes with lingering savory fruit flavors. Try this Cabernet with Australian lamb infused with rosemary and garlic or perhaps a sharp cheddar at the end of the meal.


Price: $7.99



These 10 cheapest yet best tasting red and white wines of are truly excellent with the smooth flavors that is quite enjoyable at the end. These are perfect for those who love wines but in a tight budget. Not only that. subscribe to the email and receive a code for one (1) cent shipping for your first order.