5 Wines Under $20 for Party Time, excellent!

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And I’m talking much, much less. If so, consider festive bubbles that are pink and delicious. Fantinel introduced a sparkling rosé at some time over the past few years that may have previously been called Prosecco Rosé. This is just their Brut Rosé.
 
This is wine made for fun. A little off-dry but bursting with red and white fruits, this is clean, fresh and decidedly slurp-able. A single bottle is a perfect single serving, so you better be buying two or more. At this price, that’s a no brainer.
 
This is a great party wine. Stock up and share this holiday season.

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  • Snooth User: courgette
    124481 148

    Now I DEMAND to know more about quince-flavored orange wine from Papua New Guinea! Other than that, great (and hilarious) post, GDP.

    Nov 27, 2012 at 1:24 PM


  • Snooth User: JSIGLOBAL
    1161320 33

    Enjoyed the selection some new ones, I agree Carmenere is one of the Best Flavorful Easy Reds in the world, not all are good though. Even someone who is not a fan of Red Wines will enjoy. They are light and refreshing.
    I am a fan of the Stellenbosch Region in South Africa for their reds. With the hint of eucalyptus because the vines are near forest of these trees.
    This is more upscale and totally different. But a great gift for Dinner table conversation.

    Nov 28, 2012 at 12:34 AM


  • Why are you suggesting $20 wines from USA to someone who lives in Australia - can't you suggest Australian wines? (and since I already told you which wines I enjoy, why suggest those I don't)? I have just joined so maybe I have not configured correctly. Advice please.

    Nov 28, 2012 at 4:15 AM


  • Snooth User: Ivesreeves
    1163949 134

    Thank you for the amusing and breezy guide to inexpensive wines for the festive among us! It provided this reader with both good advice and fodder for a chuckle or two. Your Brophy Clark recommendation paid dividends for me at a recent writers collaborative workshop here in San Francisco. A number of us sipped the BC Pinot. Some tasted cherry, others remarked about the wine's distinct licorice characteristics. Those of us with more refined palates quietly enjoyed both.

    Dec 01, 2012 at 1:57 AM


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