Valentine’s Day Value Wines
If you are looking for a good value vino this Valentine’s Day there are tons of types of wine to chose from. Our motto here at Wine Oh TV is the best way to learn about wine is to drink as much as possible! Here are our wine reviews for the best wine brand for your buck. Watching your wallet this year, these three alternatives to high-priced wines will fit your budget!
Chateau Bonnet Rosé 2010 ($14.99)
From Bordeaux, this rosé is 50% Merlot and 50% Cabernet Sauvignon. Featuring a broad palette of fruity aromas including strawberry and raspberry, this rose is elegant and smooth with cassis flavors on the palate and a lively finish. Pairs perfectly with barbecued pork.
Georges Duboeuf Fleurie ($15.99)
This wine is 100% Gamay and shows a deep, intense crimson color. Elegant and velvety, the wine expresses both floral and fruit notes including irises, violets, black currant, strawberry, peach and raspberry. Pairs well with grilled sausages, lamb chops, savory rice dishes, and pastas with red sauce.
Yellow Tail Sparkling Rosé ($9.99)
A favorite from Australia, this rosé is a blend of Semillon, Traminer, Shiraz and Frontignac. Fresh, fruity, and soft, these bubbles display aromas of fresh strawberries, spices, and flavors of sweet cherries and tropical fruit. Perfect to enjoy as an apéritif prior to a meal, or with a light salad, ceviche, poultry, or mild cheeses.