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10 Wines Under $20 to Bring to a Holiday Party

10 Wines Under $20 to Bring to a Holiday Party


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A lovely bottle of wine is the perfect gift to bring to a holiday party

Low priced wine can be just as fabulous as regular priced.

No matter what kind of party you’re celebrating — from Thanksgiving feasts to Christmas gatherings — there are tons of things to celebrate when the holidays come around. Each of these get-togethers presents an opportunity to wow your friends (or guests) with a flavorful bottle of wine.

10 Wines Under $20 to Bring to a Holiday Party (Slideshow)

The cool thing is you can bring the perfect bottle without hurting your wallet (even more so) during the holiday season. If you can knock your friends and family out with your savvy wine picking skills, even better. What’s more satisfying than someone liking what you brought so much they want to buy it themselves?

These 10 wines will each please you, your guests, and your bank account. It’s time to get ready for the best of the holidays, so get the most out of reasonably priced wine with these options.


I was never much of a wine drinker𠅎xcept for an occasional bottle of Arbor Mist, a brand a true wine lover might write off as juice rather than wine. Maybe I was only an "alcoholic juice" drinker? So I decided to do some experimenting to see what other types of wine I would enjoy (if there were actually any at all).

I tried as many sweet, fruity-tasting wines as possible without breaking my bank account. I was not about to drop a lot of cash on a bottle of wine only to find out that the sink drain would enjoy it more than I would. In my search, I specifically looked for rosé, blush, moscato, and dessert varieties, as they usually have the sweeter taste that is more pleasant to the taste buds of an "alcoholic juice" drinker.

My Criteria for What Makes a "Good" Wine:

  • I made an account of all the wines I tried and rated them on a scale from 1 to 10, 1 meaning that the wine was not very good at all and 10 being so delicious I might consider a glass with breakfast.
  • The list of wine you see below includes only those wines that I rated with a 7 or more.
  • All of these wines are affordable and cost less than $20 Canadian (about $15 US) each.

I was never much of a wine drinker𠅎xcept for an occasional bottle of Arbor Mist, a brand a true wine lover might write off as juice rather than wine. Maybe I was only an "alcoholic juice" drinker? So I decided to do some experimenting to see what other types of wine I would enjoy (if there were actually any at all).

I tried as many sweet, fruity-tasting wines as possible without breaking my bank account. I was not about to drop a lot of cash on a bottle of wine only to find out that the sink drain would enjoy it more than I would. In my search, I specifically looked for rosé, blush, moscato, and dessert varieties, as they usually have the sweeter taste that is more pleasant to the taste buds of an "alcoholic juice" drinker.

My Criteria for What Makes a "Good" Wine:

  • I made an account of all the wines I tried and rated them on a scale from 1 to 10, 1 meaning that the wine was not very good at all and 10 being so delicious I might consider a glass with breakfast.
  • The list of wine you see below includes only those wines that I rated with a 7 or more.
  • All of these wines are affordable and cost less than $20 Canadian (about $15 US) each.

I was never much of a wine drinker𠅎xcept for an occasional bottle of Arbor Mist, a brand a true wine lover might write off as juice rather than wine. Maybe I was only an "alcoholic juice" drinker? So I decided to do some experimenting to see what other types of wine I would enjoy (if there were actually any at all).

I tried as many sweet, fruity-tasting wines as possible without breaking my bank account. I was not about to drop a lot of cash on a bottle of wine only to find out that the sink drain would enjoy it more than I would. In my search, I specifically looked for rosé, blush, moscato, and dessert varieties, as they usually have the sweeter taste that is more pleasant to the taste buds of an "alcoholic juice" drinker.

My Criteria for What Makes a "Good" Wine:

  • I made an account of all the wines I tried and rated them on a scale from 1 to 10, 1 meaning that the wine was not very good at all and 10 being so delicious I might consider a glass with breakfast.
  • The list of wine you see below includes only those wines that I rated with a 7 or more.
  • All of these wines are affordable and cost less than $20 Canadian (about $15 US) each.

I was never much of a wine drinker𠅎xcept for an occasional bottle of Arbor Mist, a brand a true wine lover might write off as juice rather than wine. Maybe I was only an "alcoholic juice" drinker? So I decided to do some experimenting to see what other types of wine I would enjoy (if there were actually any at all).

I tried as many sweet, fruity-tasting wines as possible without breaking my bank account. I was not about to drop a lot of cash on a bottle of wine only to find out that the sink drain would enjoy it more than I would. In my search, I specifically looked for rosé, blush, moscato, and dessert varieties, as they usually have the sweeter taste that is more pleasant to the taste buds of an "alcoholic juice" drinker.

My Criteria for What Makes a "Good" Wine:

  • I made an account of all the wines I tried and rated them on a scale from 1 to 10, 1 meaning that the wine was not very good at all and 10 being so delicious I might consider a glass with breakfast.
  • The list of wine you see below includes only those wines that I rated with a 7 or more.
  • All of these wines are affordable and cost less than $20 Canadian (about $15 US) each.

I was never much of a wine drinker𠅎xcept for an occasional bottle of Arbor Mist, a brand a true wine lover might write off as juice rather than wine. Maybe I was only an "alcoholic juice" drinker? So I decided to do some experimenting to see what other types of wine I would enjoy (if there were actually any at all).

I tried as many sweet, fruity-tasting wines as possible without breaking my bank account. I was not about to drop a lot of cash on a bottle of wine only to find out that the sink drain would enjoy it more than I would. In my search, I specifically looked for rosé, blush, moscato, and dessert varieties, as they usually have the sweeter taste that is more pleasant to the taste buds of an "alcoholic juice" drinker.

My Criteria for What Makes a "Good" Wine:

  • I made an account of all the wines I tried and rated them on a scale from 1 to 10, 1 meaning that the wine was not very good at all and 10 being so delicious I might consider a glass with breakfast.
  • The list of wine you see below includes only those wines that I rated with a 7 or more.
  • All of these wines are affordable and cost less than $20 Canadian (about $15 US) each.

I was never much of a wine drinker𠅎xcept for an occasional bottle of Arbor Mist, a brand a true wine lover might write off as juice rather than wine. Maybe I was only an "alcoholic juice" drinker? So I decided to do some experimenting to see what other types of wine I would enjoy (if there were actually any at all).

I tried as many sweet, fruity-tasting wines as possible without breaking my bank account. I was not about to drop a lot of cash on a bottle of wine only to find out that the sink drain would enjoy it more than I would. In my search, I specifically looked for rosé, blush, moscato, and dessert varieties, as they usually have the sweeter taste that is more pleasant to the taste buds of an "alcoholic juice" drinker.

My Criteria for What Makes a "Good" Wine:

  • I made an account of all the wines I tried and rated them on a scale from 1 to 10, 1 meaning that the wine was not very good at all and 10 being so delicious I might consider a glass with breakfast.
  • The list of wine you see below includes only those wines that I rated with a 7 or more.
  • All of these wines are affordable and cost less than $20 Canadian (about $15 US) each.

I was never much of a wine drinker𠅎xcept for an occasional bottle of Arbor Mist, a brand a true wine lover might write off as juice rather than wine. Maybe I was only an "alcoholic juice" drinker? So I decided to do some experimenting to see what other types of wine I would enjoy (if there were actually any at all).

I tried as many sweet, fruity-tasting wines as possible without breaking my bank account. I was not about to drop a lot of cash on a bottle of wine only to find out that the sink drain would enjoy it more than I would. In my search, I specifically looked for rosé, blush, moscato, and dessert varieties, as they usually have the sweeter taste that is more pleasant to the taste buds of an "alcoholic juice" drinker.

My Criteria for What Makes a "Good" Wine:

  • I made an account of all the wines I tried and rated them on a scale from 1 to 10, 1 meaning that the wine was not very good at all and 10 being so delicious I might consider a glass with breakfast.
  • The list of wine you see below includes only those wines that I rated with a 7 or more.
  • All of these wines are affordable and cost less than $20 Canadian (about $15 US) each.

I was never much of a wine drinker𠅎xcept for an occasional bottle of Arbor Mist, a brand a true wine lover might write off as juice rather than wine. Maybe I was only an "alcoholic juice" drinker? So I decided to do some experimenting to see what other types of wine I would enjoy (if there were actually any at all).

I tried as many sweet, fruity-tasting wines as possible without breaking my bank account. I was not about to drop a lot of cash on a bottle of wine only to find out that the sink drain would enjoy it more than I would. In my search, I specifically looked for rosé, blush, moscato, and dessert varieties, as they usually have the sweeter taste that is more pleasant to the taste buds of an "alcoholic juice" drinker.

My Criteria for What Makes a "Good" Wine:

  • I made an account of all the wines I tried and rated them on a scale from 1 to 10, 1 meaning that the wine was not very good at all and 10 being so delicious I might consider a glass with breakfast.
  • The list of wine you see below includes only those wines that I rated with a 7 or more.
  • All of these wines are affordable and cost less than $20 Canadian (about $15 US) each.

I was never much of a wine drinker𠅎xcept for an occasional bottle of Arbor Mist, a brand a true wine lover might write off as juice rather than wine. Maybe I was only an "alcoholic juice" drinker? So I decided to do some experimenting to see what other types of wine I would enjoy (if there were actually any at all).

I tried as many sweet, fruity-tasting wines as possible without breaking my bank account. I was not about to drop a lot of cash on a bottle of wine only to find out that the sink drain would enjoy it more than I would. In my search, I specifically looked for rosé, blush, moscato, and dessert varieties, as they usually have the sweeter taste that is more pleasant to the taste buds of an "alcoholic juice" drinker.

My Criteria for What Makes a "Good" Wine:

  • I made an account of all the wines I tried and rated them on a scale from 1 to 10, 1 meaning that the wine was not very good at all and 10 being so delicious I might consider a glass with breakfast.
  • The list of wine you see below includes only those wines that I rated with a 7 or more.
  • All of these wines are affordable and cost less than $20 Canadian (about $15 US) each.

I was never much of a wine drinker𠅎xcept for an occasional bottle of Arbor Mist, a brand a true wine lover might write off as juice rather than wine. Maybe I was only an "alcoholic juice" drinker? So I decided to do some experimenting to see what other types of wine I would enjoy (if there were actually any at all).

I tried as many sweet, fruity-tasting wines as possible without breaking my bank account. I was not about to drop a lot of cash on a bottle of wine only to find out that the sink drain would enjoy it more than I would. In my search, I specifically looked for rosé, blush, moscato, and dessert varieties, as they usually have the sweeter taste that is more pleasant to the taste buds of an "alcoholic juice" drinker.

My Criteria for What Makes a "Good" Wine:

  • I made an account of all the wines I tried and rated them on a scale from 1 to 10, 1 meaning that the wine was not very good at all and 10 being so delicious I might consider a glass with breakfast.
  • The list of wine you see below includes only those wines that I rated with a 7 or more.
  • All of these wines are affordable and cost less than $20 Canadian (about $15 US) each.