Celebrate National Drink Wine Day with these cheap and delicious options

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White wine

There are a lot of great options out there when it comes to finding the perfect white wines. And no matter what store you hit up, you should be able to find the perfect bottle to indulge in. From Trader Joe’s to CVS and the local grocery store, snagging an inexpensive bottle of wine that still tastes good really is that easy.

But, if you are looking to stay under $20, then these wines are some of the best when it comes to both price and flavor. So, no matter which one you choose, I bet you’ll enjoy one of these excellent white wines.

Risata’s Moscato d’Asti – Up first is one of my absolute favorites. Moscato is my go to wine when I want to relax a sip a glass of wine at the end of a long day. And while this particular white is often considered one of the sweetest wines out there, the Risata Moscato d’Asti is perfection. It never tastes too sweet, which means it doesn’t have the cloyingness of some other brands. And at around $14 a bottle, you don’t have to feel guilty about picking this up to enjoy (even on your own).

Da Vinci Pinot Grigio – If you are looking for a more dry white wine, then Pinot Grigio is the one for you. With its bursts of lemon and lime this white wine is like a burst of freshness in your mouth. And if you are looking for an inexpensive pick up that still tastes lovely, then the Da Vinci Pinot Grigio is the perfect choice. At roughly $11 per bottle, you can indulge in one of the most popular wine flavors in the United States without breaking the bank.

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Chloe Chardonnay – Chardonnay is the most popular white wine on the planet, and that means if you want to indulge, you want to find one that tastes crisp, dry, and sophisticated. Luckily there is the Chloe Chardonnay that gives you the crispness you expect with the smooth notes of butter and vanilla for a perfect sip every time. As divisive as Chardonnay can be, you won’t be divided with this bottle that runs for about $13 in stores.

Relax Riesling – My second favorite wine has to be a Riesling, and Relax Riesling is a definite winner both in terms of taste and price. With its crisp and refreshing sip, you get hints of citrus along with peach and apple. This is a wine that has hints of sweetness that counteracts the dryness of the white. Basically, this is one of those perfect wines that pairs well with grilled foods, seafood, and even a fresh salad. And at just $10 per bottle, this is one of those wines you won’t mind picking up often.