questionswhat $10 or under wine would you recommend as a…

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If you know that they like sweeter wines, I would go with the Barefoot brand wines, especially Moscato is very nice and also cheap :)

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My girlfriend loves stella rosa Ricotta. Honestly im not muck of a wine drinker but i really enjoy this wine alot. Where i buy it, it goes for about $9.

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@curtisuxor may or may not have been serious, but if you're buying for foreigners who are visiting you (as opposed to shipping the wine overseas), Two-Buck Chuck is seriously a pretty good wine irrespective of how much it does or doesn't cost. The chardonnay and white zinfandel are my favorites, although I have a pretty undiscriminating palate.

Try serving your visitors a couple glasses without the bottle in view, tell them that it's a local winery, and see what they think ^_^.

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I'd go with a Parkers Estate Merlot from your local Kroger (if you have them there, no idea). It's like 12 bucks, good taste, and bottle looks classy enough to impress.

Or...

You could buy 3 Wild Irish Rose and 2 MD 20/20s...

ah high school days

@darthemerald I'll second the barefoot suggestion, they are cheap and very tasty. Nice bottle as well

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Bogle Merlot. Consistently outstanding wine for about $9.

Just make sure you let it breathe for 20 minutes.