August'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 August issue, selected for price and quality, and balanced to give a selection of wine styles. Remember, you can always visit our Ratings to search more than 8,000 wines we’ve named Best Buys.

Avalon 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon (California). Best Buy. —S.H.
abv: 13.8%                               Price: $10

J. Portugal Ramos 2011 Ramos Reserva Red (Alentejano). Winebow. Best Buy. —R.V.
abv: 13.5%                               Price: $10

Snap Dragon 2010 Riesling (California). Best Buy. —S.H.
abv: 13.5%                                Price: $9

Bodega Norton 2011 Cosecha Tardia Natural Sweet White Chardonnay (Mendoza). T.G.I.C. Importers. Best Buy. —M.S.
abv: 11%                                   Price: $9

Callia 2011 Malbec (Tulum Valley). Palm Bay International. Best Buy. —M.S.
abv: 13.5%                                Price: $9

Mezzacorona 2011 Pinot Grigio (Vigneti delle Dolomiti). Prestige Wine Imports Corp. Best Buy. —M.L.
abv: 12.5%                                Price: $9           

O. Fournier 2011 Urban Uco Torrontés (Cafayate). Fine Estates From Spain. Best Buy. —M.S.
abv: 13.5%                               Price: $9

Santa Julia 2011 + Malbec (Mendoza). Winesellers Ltd. Best Buy. —M.S.
abv: 13%                                  Price: $10

Alma del Sur 2011 Malbec (Mendoza). Martin Scott Wines. Best Buy. —M.S.
abv: 13.3%                               Price: $9

Astoria 2011 Alìsia Pinot Grigio (Delle Venezie). Prestige Wine Group. Best Buy. —M.L.
abv: 12.5%                               Price: $10

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