Top 10 Wines Under $10

04/29/2013 10:56 am ET | Updated Jun 29, 2013


Great wine doesn't have to be expensive. Our top picks that cost $10 or less are perfect for wine lovers on a budget -- or those who just love a good deal. From Cava to Port to French reds and Argentinian whites, none of these bottles are pricey, so you can spend more on the main course!


Segura Viudas Extra Dry
Catalonia, Spain

A classic Cava blend of Macabeo, Parellada and Xarel-lo grapes, this light sparkler features floral and fruity aromas and flavors.

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Line 39 2010 Sauvignon Blanc
Lake County, California

This aromatic white wine offers refreshing citrus flavors and a bright acidity.

Casal Garcia 2011 Vinho Verde
Vinho Verde, Portugal

A blend of Trajadura, Loureiro, Arinto and Azal, this young white wine is light and fruity; pair it with salad and seafood dishes.

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Sensual 2012 Torrontes
Mendoza, Argentina

This aromatic white wine displays crisp citrus and spice flavors balanced by a zesty acidity.

Re Midas 2011 Soave
Veneto, Italy

This dry white wine displays floral aromas and fresh citrus flavors with a hint of minerality.

Delatour 2011 Cuvee Premier Chardonnay
Languedoc-Roussillon, France

This crisp Chardonnay features floral aromas and fresh citrus flavors that would pair well with fish and fowl.


Arrogant Frog 2010 Lily Pad Noir
Languedoc-Roussillon, France

This fruit-forward Pinot Noir displays juicy strawberry and cherry flavors with notes of vanilla and baking spice.

Les Fontanelles 2009 Merlot
Languedoc-Roussillon, France

A medium-bodied red wine, it boasts good complexity of flavor and silky tannins for the price.


Avivé Natural Peach Flavored Wine
Provence, France

Sweet and low in alcohol, this sparkling wine would work well as an aperitif or brunch wine.

Poças Tawny Port
Douro, Portugal

A family-owned winery in Portugal's famed Douro Valley, Poças produces a number of inexpensive ports like this Tawny. Aged in oak for three years, it works well for everyday drinking.

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