Our Favorite Value Wines for the Holidays

You don’t have to break the bank just to have a great bottle of wine. The key to finding great value is all about knowing where to look.

Well, that’s where we come it! We curated a few of our favorites. Most of these are wines that we’ve been enjoying for years, and we think it’s about time you enjoyed them too.

HB Picpoul de Pinet

A great value, this light wine is bursting with citrus flavors and high acidity.

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Domaine Laroque Cabernet Franc

Grown in southern France’s Languedoc region, Domaine Laroque’s Cabernet Franc is full of ripe fruit notes.

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Tercos Malbec

This big and powerful wine was grown in the foothills of the Andes Mountains and has firm tannins and long-lasting finish.

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Dashwood Sauvignon Blanc

One of our favorite New Zealand Sauvignon Blancs, notes of ripe orange and grapefruit make it a winner.

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Charles & Charles Riesling

This single vineyard Riesling is demanding everyone’s attention with notes of lime zest, white peach, and wet stone.

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Feudi Di San Gregorio Falanghina

This bright and crisp wine is perfect for those pinot grigio lovers who are looking to branch out and try something new!

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Smith & Hook Cabernet Sauvignon

A stellar cabernet from California’s Central Coast, this wine is full of ripe plum and raspberry aromas.

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Calera Central Coast Chardonnay

Celebrating their 50th anniversary, Calera has long been one of the top producers in California’s Central Coast.

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Pi Red

Made from the rarely seen Spanish grape Concejon, Pi takes its name from the 3.14 hectares the estate owns and farms organically.

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Commuter Cuvée Pinot Noir

Notes of cherry and spice combine for an excellent wine from Oregon’s Willamette Valley.

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