We may all avoid Whole Foods due to the expensive organic items, but we should all change our views on this retailer because they actually have good, cheap wine. Some of these even compare to the famous, "Two-Buck-Chuck" from Trader Joe's!
Here's a list of the best and cheapest wines you can find at Whole Foods:
1. El Terrano Rosado: $9.99
This Rose is not only pretty to look at, it also tastes good!
2. Don Simon Tempranillo: $3.99
A $4 Spanish bottle of wine that definitely doesn't taste that cheap.
3. Globerati Sangiovese: $6.99
This is exclusive to Whole Foods, and is delicious!
4. Gran Conti Montepulciano: $9.99
Pairs great with pizza!
5. Harthill Farm Chardonnay: $5.99
Also an exclusive at Whole Foods as part of their "everyday wines."
6. Orlana Vinho Verde: $8.99
Translates to "Green Wine," but this is one of the best wines of this list. Definitely tastes better than it sounds. Slight Warning: The alcohol content is a bit lower on this one.
7. Three Wishes American Merlot: $2.99
The cheapest wine on this list, but it's still good!
8. Bubo Cellars: $9.99
Easy to drink and pairs well with most food.
9. Spirito d’ Italia Pinot Grigio: $8.99
A very dry Italian wine.
10. Tracker's Crossing: $7.99
Last but not least, this is an Australian Chardonnay, and it won't disappoint.
So which one are you trying first?