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5 Wines that will make you look good without spending a fortune

We know it’s difficult to find good wines at good prices. That's why here you’ll discover different wines that will make you look good at any dinner party.

It’s happened to everybody, you get invited to a dinner party, you plan on inviting your date home and you know you have to buy a great wine to make a good impression and, also, it has to be affordable and drinkable.

Well, now here we give five options that will definitely work for every occasion.

1-Bogle Old Vine California Zinfandel - $12

Warren Bogle and his son Chris founded the Bogle winery in 1978 and have been making delicious wine since then, and that’s not it: only for $12 you can get this good wine and make a good impression. Thank God for the Bogle family!

2-Chateau Ste. Michelle Columbia Valley Merlot - $15

The largest wine producer in Washington State (more than a million cases each year), Chateau Ste. Michelle has forged partnerships with famous European companies. It seems almost mad that they would sell a bottle for only $15!

3-Columbia Crest H3 Cabernet Sauvignon - $15

This impressive red is substantial, with ripe black cherry fruit and substantial but streamlined tannins. It’s perfect for drinking with steak for less than the price of a steak, actually.

4-Foxglove Central Coast Chardonnay - $17

Full of vivid mango and citrus fruit is the perfect white wine for a date and you cannot tell me that it is not affordable. Who knows? Maybe in a few years, you will be saying “It all started with a Foxglove…”

5-Robert Mondavi Winery Napa Valley Fumé - $16

With the term "Fumé Blanc" coined by Robert Mondavi in 1968, this wine is groundbreaking in itself. It’s not only a great bottle of wine to take to a dinner party but it’s so affordable: only $16.

Either red, white, or rosé, wine is delicious. Next time you have to buy one, you could choose wisely and spend less!

See also: Weekend special: best vermouths for tight budgets

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