Finding a fine wine can seem expensive but you just have to learn some wine sommelier tricks to find some true gems. Here is a list of extravagant wines that taste expensive but are affordable with a variety of prices.
Every gal says yay for rosé with a light floral scent and sweet taste for a glass full of pink perfection. The Réserve Côtes du Rhône Rosé 2017 by Famille Perrin is only $14 for a bottle and features the family coat-of-arms celebrating their French heritage. This rosé wine has notes of grapefruit for a fresh and lively flavor that is a great option when you want to treat yourself.
The Rioja Rosado 2018 by Marqués de Cáceres is a darker rosé from Spain with a crisp, earthy rioja. A bottle of Rioja Rosado 2018 starts at $10 with a combination of sweet rosé and dry notes of red wine.
Kung Fu Girl Riesling by Charles Smith is a fruity Reisling for stone-fruit fans with notes of apricot and peach. This sweet Riesling pairs well with a variety of dishes including simple takeout and can help satisfy your sweet tooth. You can find Kung Fu Girl Riesling on the alcohol delivery service Drizly starting at $13.
For bubbly babes, I recommend trying La Marca Prosecco with citrus notes that aren’t too sweet that starts at $16. This prosecco is great for making mixed cocktails for brunch including a mimosa and Aperol spritz.
Red Blend by Cocobon has a low price starting at $7 with a smooth taste. You might be questioning whether this can truly be a good red wine for such a low price but you’ll see once you try it.