April's Top 10 Under $10

These wines represent some of the best inexpensive offerings we've tasted this month.



Once friends and neighbors find out we work at Wine Enthusiast, the first question they ask is almost invariably, "so, what's a great $10 wine?" These wines represent some of the best inexpensive offerings we've tasted for the April issue, selected for price and quality, and balanced to give a selection of wine styles. Remember, you can always visit our Ratings page to search more than 11,500 wines we've named Best Buys. 

90 Campolargo 2009 Vinha do Putto (Bairada). Saraiva Enterprises.  Best Buy. —R.V.
abv: 14%          Price: $9

90 Geyser Peak 2012 Sauvignon Blanc (California).  Best Buy.—S.H.
abv: 13%          Price: $10

89 Quinta do Casla Monteiro 2009 Estate Bottled Vinho Tinto (Tejo). Iberian Wine Importers. Best Buy. —R.V. 
abv: 13%          Price: $10

88 Arbor Crest 2011 Bacchus Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc (Columbia Valley)Best Buy. —P.G.
abv: 13%          Price: $10

88 Ballard Lane 2010 Sauvignon Blanc (Central Coast).  Best Buy. —S.H.
abv: 13%          Price: $10

88 Chateau Ste. Michelle 2011 Gewurtraminer (Columbia Valley).  Best Buy. —P.G.
abv: 13.4%       Price: $8

87 Columbia Crest Two Vines 2010 Merlot-Cabernet (Columbia Valley).  Best Buy. —P.G. 
abv: 13.5%       Price: $8

87 Cramel Recas 2011 Dreamfish Cabernet Sauvignon (Viile Tiisului). Tri-Vin Imports. Best Buy. —A.I.
abv: 14%          Price: $7

87 Vini 2011 Veni Vidi Vici Chardonnay (Thracian Valley). Bulgarian Master Vintners. Best Buy. —A.I.
abv: 13%          Price: $9

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