Top 2024 Affordable Wine Selections

You don't have to pay high prices for high-quality wines

Happy New Year!

Now that we’ve made it through the holidays, it’s time to carve out some self-care moments after what was likely an activity-packed and very social few weeks, taking down decorations and getting our houses back in order, and making plans to bounce back our bottom lines after all that gift-giving spending! January – the month so many of us take stock and make plans to right our ships – is always a good time to recharge.

For those wine lovers going into the new year with a new budget, we have some wine suggestions for you. You don’t always have to pay high prices for high-quality wine. Here are a few bottles of great-value vino that won’t break the bank as you embark on whatever 2024 has in store for you.

Barton & Guestier Les Petites Parcelles Vouvray, 2020

The Loire Valley in France produces some of the most iconic French white wines, and the region of Vouvray is no exception. Wines from Vouvray are made from the chenin blanc grape and may be dry or on the sweeter side. Chenin blanc is the main white grape in most of the central Loire and produces wines with high acidity with primary fruit flavors of peach, apple and pear. Some of the most age-worthy white wines in the world are made with this grape.

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Barton & Guestier’s Les Petites Parcelles Vouvray can be served as an aperitif, with seafood or even spicier dishes.

Les Petites Parcelles by Barton & Guestier is a refreshing off-dry Vouvray. It has flavors and aromas of sweet peach, pineapple and a delicate minerality. It can be enjoyed on its own, with cheeses or even spicier foods like curry. $15.99 at Total Wine.


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