Monday, October 27, 2008

Favorite Wines for Under Ten Dollars

It's going to be a long 8 days.  
Let's weather the remaining week of this never-ending campaign together by sharing our favorite inexpensive wines!  I don't claim to be a wine connoiseur by any stretch, but I do drink a lot of wine, especially when I'm nervous about the future of this Country that we call home.  
Here are some of my favorites:
  Eyzaguirre Cabernet Sauvignon from Chile (in a little burlap sack)
  Yellow Tale
  Charles Shaw from Trader Joes (Three Buck Chuck)
El Gato Negro
Marques de Caceres, Spanish Wine
Please feel free to add your favorites in comments on this post:


  1. Leen,

    don't forget good boxed wines! Black Box and Bota box wines are among a few high-quality and highly rated wines that come in an easily recyclable cardboard box. AND... once the first drop is poured, they can be enjoyed for a month before they start to 'go south' and vinegar. And for price - they are much cheaper than their bottled counterpoints.

  2. So glad you mentioned that! I don't think that New York has caught on to this less expensive and eco-friendly option yet. Does anyone know where to buy boxed wine in Manhattan? I think we tend to associate boxed wine with mass-produced tasteless counterparts of yore. It's an unfair stereotype now...


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