Start Off 2014 With Some Great Value Wines

After a holiday season that saw most of us splurging and stretching our budgets, it’s understandable if you’re looking for more wallet-friendly wines to start off the new year. But just because you’re looking for a low price doesn’t mean you can’t buy a high quality wine. We’ve put together a list of tremendous artisan and luxury wines that you can find throughout the state of Ohio for under $10. You read that right: under ten dollars!
 
Alias
A value-driven brand with high-end reviews, Alias produces hand-crafted wines that have been rated in Wine Enthusiasts’ Best Values and scored a 90 point, Best Buy review from the Beverage Tasting Institute. This January, SAVE $4.
 
Cabernet Sauvignon $7.99
Chardonnay $7.99
Red Blend $7.99


Ca’ Del Sarto
Each Ca’ Del Sarto wine is a unique creation of a winery from one Italy’s world-class regions. The Ardente Red Blend comes from Rodano in Tuscany, the Barbera is produced by Gagliardo in Barolo, and Roncho di Pietra’s Pinot Grigio is made with grapes from a select group of farmers in Friuli. This January, SAVE $5.
 
Ardente Tuscan Blend $8.99
Barbera D’Alba $8.99
Pinot Grigio $8.99


Cline Cellars
When it comes to Zinfandel, Cline is second to none … literally. The most popular Zinfandel in the country is sourced from grapes from the world’s premier growing Zinfandel region: Lodi, California. As you make your way through a frigid Ohio winter, now is the perfect time to cuddle up with Cline. This January, SAVE $6.
 
Zinfandel                        $8.99
 

De Alto Amo
From the Spanish region of Rioja, these wines are balanced and structured with elegant fruit forward flavors designed for the American palate. This January, SAVE $5.

Blanco Rioja                  $9.99
Tinto Rioja $9.99

 
Domaine de Nizas
From the South of France, this blend is dominated by Carignane, Grenache, and Syrah lending the provincial spice box familiar in the Languedoc. Buy it. Drink it. Do it again! This January, SAVE $10.
 
AOC Rouge $9.99

 
Don Rodolfo
Made primarily with grapes grown on the towering slopes of the Salta region of Argentina, Don Rodolfo provides great value and quality from a region that usually commands a steeper price. This January, SAVE $5.
 
Cabernet Sauvignon $9.99
Malbec $9.99
Moscato $9.99
Pinot Noir $9.99

 
Fortant
Another winery from the Languedoc-Roussillon region in South of France, Fortant wines are styled to be attractive to the American palate and show forward fruit and good balance. This January, SAVE $5.
 
Cabernet Coast Select $9.99
Chardonnay Coast Select $9.99
Muscat Coast Select $9.99
Rose Grenache Coast Select $9.99

 
Jam Jar
One of the very first brands to make a contemporary marketing choice to appeal to the every growing sweet wine drinking demographic with a sweet red, Jam Jar wines have bright acidity which offers structure and a refreshing balance. This January, SAVE $3.
 
Shiraz Sweet $9.99
Shriraz White $9.99

 
La Playa
From the Colchaqua Valley region of Chile, La Playa produces estate grown and bottled wines at a remarkable price. Meaning “the beach” in Spanish, this winery lives up to its name with a terroir that is influenced by the Pacific Ocean to the west and the Limari and Tinguirrica Rivers that run through the region. This January, SAVE $4.
 
Cabernet Sauvignon $7.99
Cabernet Rose $7.99
Chardonnay $7.99
Merlot $7.99
Sauvignon Blanc $7.99

   
Norton
Located primarily in the Lujan de Cuyo region, Norton is one of Argentina’s oldest estates with vines averaging over 30 years in age. This Late Harvest lineup is a refreshing addition to their prestigious portfolio. This January, SAVE $3.
 
Malbec Late Harvest $9.99
Merlot Late Harvest $9.99
Moscato Late Harvest $9.99

 
Picos
A great little wine from Aragonia, Spain that’s composed of Old Vine Grenache and is all stainless steel fermented to showcase its fresh fruit flavors. It can best be described as exuberant, energetic, ebullient, and, above all, extraordinary. This January, SAVE $4.
 
Garnacha $8.99

 
Piquitos
Meaning “little kisses” in Spanish, this is a bright, fresh Moscato with light effervescence from the Valencia region of Spain. A slightly dryer style that will be a perfect wine for any Valentine’s Day dinner. This January, SAVE $4.
 
Moscato $8.99

 
R Collection
A terrific value collection from the iconic team at Napa Valley’s Raymond Vineyards, these wines are true to their varietal character. Winemaker Stephanie Putman takes all the same care to produce the quality of the Raymond Vineyards wines. This January, SAVE $5.
 
Cabernet California $9.99
Chardonnay California $9.99
Field Blend $9.99
Merlot California $9.99

 
Radio Boca
Another great little wine from Valencia, Spain, this 100% Tempranillo is stainless steel fermented and made from old vines, high altitude, and high attitude. The people from Valencia make a point of getting the most out of life, so do the wines. This January, SAVE $5.
 
Tempranillo $7.99

 
Rioja Vega
A storied Spanish bodega dating back to 1882, this bottling is a Joven style (meaning it’s young and fresh) crafted specifically for US audiences.
 
Tempranillo Garnacha $9.99

 
Root 1
Grown on its original roots, Root 1 represents the resurgence of Chilean wines. The top imported Cabernet in the US, this winery also makes a fine Carmenere and Sauvignon Blanc. This January, SAVE $5.
 
Cabernet Colchagua $9.99
Carmenere Colchagua $9.99
Sauvignon Blanc Casablanca $9.99