Wines Under $15

Affordable and delicious. Find the perfect combination of price and taste in each of these amazing wines. Whether for everyday dining, entertaining or building your cellar these will be your go-to wines. Enjoy wines from some of the best winemakers in the world at prices under $15.
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  • Marius Blanc 2014

    The bright straw yellow color with golden and green highlights gives way to a white fruit and peach aromas. This wine is full and fruity on entry with lively acidity on the finish.

    • Grace Lane Riesling 2015

      Yakima Valley, Washington State

      Grace Lane is nestled amongst the beautiful, rolling hills of Washington state wine country. Grace Lane’s Riesling is a crisp, balanced offering that pairs especially well with spicy chicken entrees, asparagus and artichokes.

      • Marius Blanc 2013

        The bright straw yellow color with golden and green highlights gives way to a white fruit and peach aromas. This wine is full and fruity on entry with lively acidity on the finish.

        • Marius Rouge 2015

          Grenache / Syrah

          Marius Rouge is a wine that combines power, complexity and elegance. The Syrah endows it with warmth, robustness and a lovely blue-red hue. The Grenache brings a natural sweetness, balancing the whole.

          • Bodega Cuarto Dominio Lote 44 Malbec 2015

            Mendoza, Argentina

            The Lote 44 Malbec come from a special lot selection in the high-altitude vineyards in the Uco Valley which sit 1,100 meters above sea level. These vineyards have been producing wines in the foothills of the Andes Mountains in Mendoza for over 100 years.

          • Nederburg Winemasters Chenin Blanc 2016

            Western Cape, South Africa

            This Chenin Blanc is light, golden green with aromas of ripe apricots and peaches, orange peel, white stone fruit, fragrant flowers and coconut. A bold, exciting and supremely versatile wine with ripe fruit flavours and a creamy finish.

            • Seven Daughters Moscato 2015

              Veneto, Italy

              This slightly effervescent Moscato has a sweet floral and peach aroma and is well-balanced with a refined fruitiness. A delightful, refreshing wine to drink chilled by itself or serve with foods like fresh fruit or sweet treats.

              • Tamari Reserva Malbec 2014

                Mendoza, Argentina

                A classic Agentinian Malbec from the Uco Valley, rich in garnet color with flowery notes of violets and jasmine, ripe red fruits, like plums, cherries and chocolate morello cherry.

                • Greystone Cellars Petite Sirah 2014

                  The Greystone Cellars Petite Sirah is full-bodied, making it the perfect option to pair along side rich meat dishes of lamb, pork or game and their hearty sauces

                  • Cusumano Nero d'Avola 2015

                    Sicily, Italy

                    Nero d’Avola grapes are manually selected in the rich, white soil vineyards of San Giacomo, which produces a refreshing fruit-forward wine that pairs perfectly with meat-based meals. This wine is fruit-forward with firm tannins, plummy spice flavors and red berry aromas.

                  • Bodega Cuarto Dominio Lote 44 Malbec 2016

                    Mendoza, Argentina

                    This dark purple wine with violet highlights combines aromas of black cherry, vanilla and mocha with a unique and distinctive character, rich with black cherry and currant flavors.

                    • Conde Valdemar Rosé 2016

                      Grenache / Macabeo
                      Rioja, Spain

                      Conde Valdemar Rosé is made with an unique blend of Grenache and Macabeo. Light and bright salmon rose color with floral aromas which accent roses and a slight touch of red berries. This wine matches perfectly with smoky fish, soups, creams, and salads.

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