Can you buy a good white wine for under $6.00
Hi Marilyn. Boones Farm might have a white wine. ??? Check out these Advertisements to the right of your question here --->
Maybe you can find something there.
Some people swear by Trader Joes "Two Buck Chuck." So if you have Trader Joes stores in your area, then you could look into that. Also, Cost Plus often has a variety of good wines at low prices (I am not sure of the exact price, though) so that's another option.
I had a Barefoot Cab in Florida that I thought was okay and it sold for around $6 a bottle. Try it.
I like Trader Joe's and agree with the previous poster about not finding much value at Bev Mo, though I've never encountered any requirement for a PAID membership. But even for their 5 cent sales, they've inflated the prices on the first bottle that buying the second for 5 cents isn't much of a bargain.
Good, inexpensive wines can be purchased at the grocery store, if your state allows grocery stores to sell wine. Especially when the grocery stores put them on sale, or allow 10% discounts when you purchase 6 bottles. Also look for manufacturer hang-tags that are coupons for instant savings when you purchase their wine. Sometimes the coupon requires a purchase of another item, like meat or flowers.
Another really good option is joining a wine club. These are terrific ways to learn about wines and discover wines that are not usually available from local sources. The best wine clubs will offer high-quality wines and ship them directly to your home or office. Their wine experts select the best wines for their members, so that you remain a loyal customer.
To prove the quality of their wine clubs to a new customer, a couple offer great introductory packages. I think that one of the best wine clubs is The Zagat Wine Club . You receive 12 bottles of wine for $69.99 - that's less than $6 per bottle. The promo also includes four nice wine glasses.
Wine clubs make a great gift for yourself or for another wine lover. Try it out and see for yourself.
Visit Trader Joe's for a great selection of good, inexpensive wines. If you don't live near a Trader Joe's, try a vino verde (Portugal) or an inexpensive Sauvignon Blanc or Pinot Grigio.
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