Six Wines Under $25 That Are Perfect For Your 4th Of July BBQ!

 
2018 Casa Do Valle
“Branco” Vinho Verde
 
Wine Advocate 92 Points: Dry and serious. The wine’s freshness and concentrated flavors easily obliterate the wood. The lifted fruit lingers beautifully on the finish. There is plenty of tension, too. It is always precise and penetrating, always about the freshness, not the wood. The wood does change the texture, but it is always forced to battle with the acidity for control. The flavor doesn’t stop, but it is never sweet or sloppy. It may be an oaked wine, but it simply retains the verve that the unoaked Alvarinho has, pure and crisp, with a bright feel […] This is certainly the best wine this property has ever shown me.
 
$13.99*
 
 
2016 Clos Des Lunes
Lune D’Argent Bordeaux Blanc
 
James Suckling 93 Points: A recent project from Olivier Bernard of Domaine de Chevalier. A blend of 70% Semillon and 30% Sauvignon Blanc, from vineyards around Sauternes. Beautifully fragrant, with richness on the palate plus stone fruit and pear notes. Lingering lime acidity to finish.
 
$21.99*
 
 
2018 Figuière Le Saint André Rosé
 
Winemaker Notes: Le Saint André Rosé is intended to be light, invigorating and easy-to-enjoy. Aromas and flavors of peach, orange skin and white flowers are accented by refreshing acidity and a salty minerality thanks to the influence of the sea.
 
$16.99*
 
 
 
2018 Canto Pedrix Tavel Rosé
 
Winemaker Notes: Beautiful vivid pink color with bright glints. On the nose, reminiscent of small red fruits (red cherry, strawberry) with nuances of white-fleshed stone fruits (white peach, nectarine). Revealing fresh fruit flavors of wild strawberry, this rosé has gentle acidity showing a smooth elegance and intensity with a plump finish.
 
$21.99*
 
 
2016 Cascina Del Monastero
Dolcetto D’Alba Superiore
 
Wine Spectator 92 Points: Pure, offering blackberry and black cherry aromas and flavors enhanced by violet and boysenberry notes. Firms up, with a hint of earth and dark chocolate gracing the lingering aftertaste. This wine screams for a juicy burger!
 
$21.99*
 
 
2016 Aberrant Cellars “Sidecar”
Off The Wagon Red Blend
 
Wine Enthusiast 91 Points: Produced and bottled by Aberrant Cellars, this Southern Oregon Bordeaux-style blend is made from 35% Carmenère, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Cabernet Franc and 15% Malbec. Blackberry fruit, cola and light details of earth and wood are set in a well-structured, polished frame.
 
$24.99*
 
 
 
 
 
 
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