Wining on a Budget: Best Wines Under $20

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We all know there’s a certain feeling of classiness when casually drinking a glass of wine. We also know that the best wines often break the bank. Luckily, after some intense researching, we’ve found a list of the best wines under $20.


Aia Vecchia 2014 Vermentino Toscana IGT ($12)

This is a classic coastal Italian white wine made from mainly Vermentino with a touch of Viognier. Plump, with pear and melon flavors. A drink-anywhere white that’s not too dry or acidic. Highly recommended.



Hanna 2014 Sauvignon Blanc Russian River Valley ($19) 

This is a classic California white wine with sunny peach and pear flavors, a smooth, river-rock feel, and good length on the finish. Tastes like summer in a bottle.


Zaccagnini Pinot Grigio 2015 ($16)

This is a Southern Italy wine that’s pale yellow with green nuances; fragrant with extremely pleasant aromas. Very fresh with a crisp and elegant finish. Perfect for a summer night.


Bodega Norton Malbec Reserva 2011 ($12)

This is a true Argentina wine that spotlights the country’s iconic Malbec grape with a nice dry wine. Great paired with steak, beef stew or grilled game – a true meat lover’s wine


Cune Crianza 2012 ($12)

This Spanish wine is sure to engage all your senses from the first sip. The palate shows well integrated fruit character in a mocha-like mix, and genuine balance. Doesn’t demand food and can be fully enjoyed all by itself.



La Follette 2013 Pinot Noir North Coast ($20)

A California style with a soft feel, it’s predominant with berry and cherry flavors. More tinged than a basic Pinot, but still affordable.

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