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Cheap Good Wine 2010 Vintages

Chateau Saint-Pierre Rosé Bottle

This 40% Grenache and 60% Cinsault rosé blend will make a wonderful summer evening barbecue wine, or even works well as a dry apertif before a romantic dinner. Pairs well with grilled salmon and calamari.

Winery: Chateau Saint-Pierre
Vintage: 2010
Variety: Rosé
Region: Côtes de Provence France

Quelle Estates Semillon Chardonnay 2010 Bottle

This Australian blending of Semillon and Chardonnay results in a refreshing wine with creamy lemon and pear notes. Pairs well with salmon.

Winery: Quelle Estates
Vintage: 2010
Type: White
Variety: Semillon Chardonnay Blend
Region: South Eastern Australia

Huxley Vineyards Pinot Grigio 2010 Bottle

Fresh and delicate, this Pinot Grigio is best suited to those who prefer a softer wine. Floral notes, with a zesty citrus palate. Pairs well with white fish. (Gooooo White Fish!)

Winery: Huxley Vineyards
Vintage: 2010
Type: White
Variety: Pinot Grigio
Region: Central Coast, California

Climbing Vine Riesling 2010 Bottle

Great with Tex-Mex or other spicy dishes, this Riesling’s tangy apple, peach and apricot flavors are well balanced with light floral notes.

Winery: Climbing Vine
Vintage: 2010
Type: White
Variety: Riesling
Region: Monterey County, California

Moulin Montarels Sauvignon 2010 Bottle

Delicious grassy notes combined with strong fruity tastes bursting on the palate make this a different Sauvignon Blanc than most.

Winery: Moulin Montarels
Vintage: 2010
Type: White
Variety: Sauvignon Blanc
Region: Cotes de Thongue, France

Origami White Zinfandel 2010 Bottle

Once you get under $10 it’s hard to criticize a wine that’s at least decent, and this Origami White Zinfandel is definitely better than just decent. It’s light, refreshing and perfect for a summer picnic lunch or early evening at the cottage.

Vintage: 2010
Type: White
Variety: Zinfandel
Region: Lodi, California

La Vieille Ferme Cotes du Luberon Blanc 2010 Bottle

A very cheap and tasty blend of 30% Grenache blanc, 30% Bourboulenc, 30% Ugni blanc, and 10% Roussanne. It’s soft on the palate with a green apple and hazelnut nose. A strong contender if you need a lot of wine on the cheap.

Winery: La Vieille Ferme (The Old Farm)
Vintage: 2010
Type: White
Variety: Rhone White Blend
Region: France

Bloomside Cellars Semillon-Chardonnay 2010 Bottle

The blending of Semillon with Chardonnay leads to a non-oaky, sweet Chardonnay that makes a delicious dessert wine.

Winery: Bloomside Cellars
Vintage: 2010
Type: White
Variety: Semillon-Chardonnay Blend
Region: South Eastern Australia

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