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Top 5 White Wines Under $10

If you are unsure of what bottle to bring to that dinner party or simply after a delightful drink that won’t break the bank, your problems are solved! With the pleasure of going on a journey through the various vineyards in the aisles of your Local Liquor Store, BWS and Aldi, here are your go-to wines:

#5 Lindeman’s, Bin 95 Savignon Blanc

Enjoyable to drink, for the price of $9.99 at BWS. This is a well-known brand that has a wide range at a variety of prices. This bottle in particular, may be one of the cheaper makes although it is tasty and reputable. It is not too heavy and not too sweet. Acceptable to be your friendly companion to any occasion.

#4 Warburn Estate, Rumours Pinot Grigio

This Brand is top of the market in selling wines under seven dollars! Warburn Estate also produces the popular ‘Gossips’ label. This Pino Grigio priced at $6.99 at BWS is super easy to drink. Let that first sip take you into an Autumn breeze as it travels through your palate livening your senses.

#3 Banrock Station, Moscato


This is a feel-good wine. Although it feels like you are pumping in those calories with the sweet taste of this baby, it isn’t at all similar to the ‘lolly-water’ we try our best to avoid. It is more elegant and gentle in flavor with a refreshing aftertaste. It gives you even more satisfaction discovering that this brand has re-invested over $6 million in profit to more than 130 environmental projects in 13 countries! That is $8.99 at BWS well spent. Like most moscatos, it is low in alcohol content. 

#2 Oxford Landing Estates, Pino Grigio

Very light to drink. This Pino Grigio does not have an overabundance of flavours compared to the previous wines listed, it simply has a subtle sweet taste to begin with a crisp finish. It is very versatile and would match any cuisine at dinner parties. It would also make the perfect pre-drink for a good night out. At $9.99 from your Local Liquor Store, this is a well-deserved second place.

#1 Neve, Marlborough Savignon Blanc

Sadly after the top five so far consisting of Australian wines, this New Zealand beauty has taken first place. Bought only from Aldi at the price of $6.99. It is worth the trip and wait in that long conveyor belt queue (I recommend buying more than one). It is very aromatic and fruity-fresh. Six wines from Aldi were judged late last year in the International Wine Tasting Competition in Sydney (those wine snobs loved them!) It is perfect on its own as nothing needs to accompany this sip, but a big smile and comfortable vibe!

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