Atlanta Wine Experts Recommend Their Favorite Cheap Bottles

Juillet 2015

Atlanta Wine Experts Recommend Their Favorite Cheap Bottles

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Cheap wine, like cheap eats, is a relative idea. Each of us has our own notions of cost, worth, and value, and it's no different when it comes to wine and food. While there are some people who don't think twice about spending $50 on a bottle of wine, the vast majority of the population would decry such lunacy. As many Atlanta wine retailers will tell you, the average wine drinker is comfortable spending between $15 and $25 on a bottle of wine at retail.

While that price range is apparently a sweet spot for the wine buying public around Atlanta, most people would love to spend even less, yet still get a quality wine-drinking experience. In coordination with Cheap Eats Week, we asked several local wine industry experts for recommendations of wines that are interesting, well-crafted, and perhaps most importantly, won't break the bank.

2014 Henri Bourgeois Petit Bourgeois Rosé de Pinot Noir: $14

This dry, refreshing Pinot Noir Rosé has been my summer favorite this year. The minerality in the wine is definitely apparent. It's light on the palate with a pop of strawberry and a touch of spice.

Recommended By Sarah Pierre, 3 Parks Wine Shop

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