Walmart’s Fancy New Line Of Wines Costs Just $10 A Bottle
Attention, shoppers: Walmart is having a special on Aisle Wine. The chain just debuted a “Winemakers Selection” collection that features a wide variety of high-quality wines that are ridiculously cheap, ranging from $10 to $16 per bottle. This is not a drill.
The collection can be viewed in its entirety online, but it’s only available for purchase in stores. According to People, the line isn’t sold everywhere, but more than 1,000 Walmart retail stores have them in stock.
The ten bottles in the collection feature wines from different regions of the world, including Italy, France, and California. The wines are a Chianti reserva, a Chianti classico, a Tuscan sangiovese, a red blend with four different Italian grapes, a French sparkling rosé, a grenache, a grenache rosé, a syrah, a cabernet franc, and a lone Californian blend — a cabernet sauvignon from Paso Robles, The Daily Meal reports.
Walmart senior buyer Nichole Simpson told USA Today that even though the upscale wines have low prices, they “drink like a $30 to $40 bottle of wine.” So you’ll feel fancy even without the fancy prices.
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The announcement is a great way for Walmart to get into the inexpensive wine game. Just last week, Business Insider noted, Target added a $5 rosé to its line of inexpensive wines. And Trader Joe’s, which is famous for its Two-Buck Chuck, already has a long line of budget-friendly vinos, that include a Terrain Vineyards California red blend for $3.99, a Blue Fin California moscato for $4.49, and an Emma Reichart pinot noir rosé for $4.99. So everyone’s wallets win in the end.