5 Wines Under $50

Sometimes in life, you just want something that tastes good and isn’t going to break the bank. You know, for those nights when you just need a glass of wine to forget about a hard day at work or to share with a friend on a relaxing Saturday night.

Here’s a quick list of five wines under $50 that are sure to please your mouth and your wallet.

Patricia Green Cellars 2016 Medici Vineyard Pinot Noir

Elegant and lush, this Pinot brings together the classic flavors of raspberries and thyme with interesting notes of citrus and rosewater to create an enticing bottle. Hailing from the Pinot Noir famous Willamette Valley, this bottle is made from some of the oldest grapes in the vineyard. $48

Portalupi 2015 L. Venturi Vineyards Petite Sirah

Dark and mysterious, this Sirah brings all the best qualities of a red wine with its delicious raspberry and black cherry aromas and enormous tannins. Combined with unique flavors of chocolate and mint, this one is sure to please all. $34


12 Linajes 2012 Reserva

Get a little spicy with this Spanish Tempranillo. Enjoy the classic flavors of toasted blackberry and cassis alongside a spiced blackberry, plum, and fig finish which play nicely with the fruity and oaky nature of this wine. $40

Günther Steinmetz 2016 Wintricher Geierslay GW Riesling

This gorgeous, slightly dry Riesling brings delicate notes of stone fruits and earth with aromatic touches of smoke and blossom. Complete with a permeating acidity complex mouthfeel, this Riesling isn’t your average white. $32

Château d’Hanteillan 2015 Haut-Médoc

Rated a “Best Buy” by Wine Enthusiast Magazine, this Merlot-dominated Bordeaux-style blend brings a classic taste. Full of dark fruits and powerful tannins and wood-aged texture, this French beauty is affordable and delicious. $14

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