Yes, our latest Trader Joe's find is a food wine and that's a wonderful thing.70% Corvina, 20% Rondinella and 10% Molinara from … [Read more...]
The Best Wines at Trader Joe's - The Reverse Wine Snob Picks
Trader Joe's is renowned for their selection of cheap, private label wines. Unfortunately, much of it is just plain bad. There are; however, gems to be found in this sea of cheap wine and we unveil our absolute favorite picks in this giant list of the best wines at Trader Joe's.
From Chianti and a basic Cotes du Rhone to even Barolo, Amarone and Napa Valley Cabernet TJ's offers a little bit of everything often at prices that boggle the mind. If you've been wondering if some of those wines can possibly be good, you've come to the right place because we've tasted just about all of them. (We've also dumped a heck of a lot of them down the drain!)
The wines reviewed here are mostly private label ones, simply because these offer the best value. Because the wine names don’t always include "Trader Joe's" look for the "Trader Joe's Exclusive" sign on the shelves to identify these. The reason this is important is simply that the mass market wines sold at TJ's are usually not priced very competitively and many are just there to make the private label wines seem like a better deal. (The folks at TJ's are master marketers, pulling just about every trick in the book.)
To make sure you always get your money's worth, keep reading for our picks as the best wines at Trader Joe's!
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Our latest Trader Joe's pick, the 19 Crimes Red Blend, is guilty of good taste.A blend of Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache from … [Read more...]
The rich, sweet and silky Cakebox Reserve Petite Sirah, a Trader Joe's exclusive. 83% Petite Sirah, 9% Zinfandel and 8% Syrah from Paso … [Read more...]
Our latest Trader Joe's find, the Casone Toscana, a tasty blend of Sangiovese and Syrah. 80% Sangiovese and 20% Syrah from Tuscany, Italy. … [Read more...]
The last wine in our Trader Joe's series, the Tuella Douro. Just be sure to let it breathe! A blend of Touriga Franca, Tinta Barroca and … [Read more...]
The Chateau Ste Michelle Riesling, it's hard to get much better than this for just $7. 100% Riesling from the Columbia Valley, Washington. … [Read more...]