February'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 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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