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15 Whole Foods Wines For $20 or Less

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Hidden Value

Though Whole Foods is often known for its premium price tag, there are plenty of ways to get out of there for cheap. The wine aisle, for instance, is overflowing with surprisingly affordable varietals. A bar stocked with Whole Foods wine is easier to achieve than you'd expect, so take a look at these 15 bottles, all available at Whole Foods for $20 or less.


Related: Great-Tasting Red Wines Under $20

Love You Bunches Rosé
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Stolpman Vineyards Love You Bunches Rosé

Price: $17


This rosé from California's Central Coast is light, dry, and citrusy, but most importantly, it will pass any label-hipness test your snobby friends might give it.


Related: How to Spot a Good, Cheap Bottle of Wine

Selvapiana Chianti Ruffina
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Pizzolato Organic Merlot
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Pizzolato Organic Merlot

Price: $11


Leave it to Whole Foods to sling a bunch of organic wines. The label boasts that this merlot contains "no detectable sulfites," but in all honesty, that just makes me think there are a bunch in there that we can't taste.


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El Terrano Albariño
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El Terrano Albariño

Price: $15


Albariño, grown in Portugal and Spain, is a grape you don't see too often. Similar to a riesling, this Spanish white is light, but not too acidic. 

Madame Liberte Brut
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Madame Liberte Brut

Price: $15


Bold and fizzy, here's a perfect brut to pair with appetizers and snacks. As far as labels go, this one makes it look about 10 times more expensive.

Kings Ridge Pinot Noir
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Kings Ridge Pinot Noir

Price: $19


Hailing from the Willamette Valley, Kings Ridge is dry, acidic, and goes exceptionally well with hearty fare. Indulge in something meaty, like steak frites.

Asnella Single Vineyard Vihno Verde
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Asnella Single Vineyard Branco Vihno Verde

Price: $16


Dry, fruity, and perfect for shellfish, one reviewer detected "aromas of lemon, lime, asparagus, cream, white pepper, & unripe green pear" in this Portuguese wine.

Monterustico Piemonte Bianco
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Monterustico Bianco

Price: $16


Grab a bottle of Monterustico Bianco if you like bold, dry, northern Italian whites. Drinkers have reported notes of pear, lemon, and honey.

Sunny With a Chance of Flower Pinot Noir
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Sunny With a Chance of Flowers Pinot Noir

Price: $14


This right here is a zero-sugar wine. As such, you can reasonably expect it to taste, well, different than other wines. One buyer had such kind things to say as, "reminds me of juice and tastes simple and cheap."

Summer Water Rosé
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Summer Water Rosé

Price: $20


The name tells you exactly what you're getting in this bright, sparkling pink grenache. This is light, fruity, and perfect for summer.

Ruffino Prosecco
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Ruffino Prosecco

Price: $20


Ruffino is a classic Italian Prosecco, acidic and fizzy, with drinkers tasting notes of apple, grapefruit, and stone. Some salami and other cured meats would really hit the spot with this one.

locklear peach blueberry wine
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Locklear Fruit Wine

Price: $13


Grab either a bottle of blueberry or peach wine from Locklear if you're trying to live that sweet life. Check for stains on your teeth after a few sips.

Globerati Tempranillo
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Globerati Tempranillo

Price: $8


A dry, Spanish tempranillo for under $10 is never something to skip, so grab a few bottles, cook up some steaks, and have a big night.

spartico organic red wine blend
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Spartico Organic Red Wine Blend

Price: $11


For another organic wine option, check out this blend which mixes cabernet and Spanish tempranillo grapes.

Le Chanceny Crémant de Loire
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Le Chanceny Crémant de Loire Brut

Price: $18


Here's a nice bottle of bubbly to make a toast with, showcasing "loads of cream and toast," according to one reviewer. As far as French sparkling wine goes, this is a great price.