February's Top 10 Under $10

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


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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 this month, 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 5,000 wines we’ve named Best Buys.

Hogue 2008 Red Table Wine (Columbia Valley). —P.G.
abv: 13.6%                                 Price: $7            

StoneCap 2010 Estate Grown Riesling (Columbia Valley). —P.G.
abv: 13.5%                                 Price: $8

Real Companhia Velha 2009 Porca de Murça (Douro). Admiral Imports. —R.V.
abv: 13%                                  Price: $10

Rosemount 2009 Diamond Label Chardonnay (South Eastern Australia). Treasury Wine Estates. —J.C.
abv: 13%                                  Price: $10

Maximo 2009 Tempranillo (Vino de la Tierra de Castilla). Frederick Wildman & Sons, Ltd. —M.S.
abv: 13%                                    Price: $9

Viña Siegel 2011 Crucero Chardonnay (Colchagua Valley). Kysela Père et Fils. —M.S.
abv: 13%                                  Price: $10            

Quintas de Melgaco 2010 Terra Antiga (Vinho Verde). Grape Moments. —R.V.
abv: 11%                                  Price: $10

Cantarranas 2010 Verdejo (Rueda). Cognac One, LLC. —M.S.
abv: 13%                                  Price: $10

Château Cabezac 2010 La Tradition Rosé (Minervois). Fruit of the Vines, Inc. —L.B.
abv: 13.5%                                 Price: $8

Viña Peralillo 2010 Arenal Carmenère (Colchagua Valley). Southern Wine Group. —M.S.
abv: 14%                                  Price: $10

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