Holiday Wine For Any Budget

Below is a list of our picks for any situation you find yourself in this holiday season. 

The Grab and Go. Limited on time or need to pick up something last minute? These easier to find options are sure to do the trick.

3 Girls Pinot Noir

14 Hands Hot to Trot White Blend 2013

Clos du Bois Rouge 2009

Gnarly Head Old Vine Zin 2014

Layer Cake Shiraz 2010

Mumm Napa Cuvee M

Tobin James Ballistic Zinfandel 2013

Need to Impress. When you’re done ironing your outfit, pick up one of these bottles for a strong first impression.

Apex Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon Block 35 2011

Lauren Ashton Cellars Cuvee Estelle 2011

L’Ecole No 41 Cabernet Sauvignon 2013

Moss Roxx Ancient Vine Zinfandel 2010

Robert Reynolds Chardonnay 2012 Rocky’s Block

Veuve Cliequot Brut Champagne NV

Shine on a budget. These bottles shine without breaking the bank. Share with good friends, loved ones, or that host that is hard to please.

Butternut Chardonnay 2014

Chloe Chardonnay 2012

Segura Viudas Cava Extra Dry Estate Bottled

Poppy Pinot Noir 2012

Planning something special? Let these bottles complement your special event.

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Treveri Gewurztaminer Demi-Sec NV

Bring the dessert! Skip the fruitcake and bring something to sip.

Taylor Fladgate 20 Year Tawny Porto

Trader Joes Late Harvest Moscato 2009

Hogue Late Harvest Riesling 2009


Looking for the perfect wine to pair with the bird?

Thankswine.jpgPicking a wine for the big dinner isn’t easy if you don’t know much about wine. Here are The Vino Duo’s recent suggestions and safe picks from previous years:

Medium bodied (and budget-friendly) easy pairing Pinots:

Foodies Pinot Noir

3 Girls Pinot Noir

If you want something a little bolder but still easy on the wallet: 

Gnarly Head Double Black Red Wine Blend

Quality Top picks from previous years: 

Thanksgiving Wine Picks from 2016

Thanksgiving Wine Picks from 2013

Thanksgiving Wine Picks from 2012


Thanksgiving Wine Picks for 2016

Thanksgiving Wine Suggestions by The Vino DuoPicking a wine for the big dinner isn’t easy if you don’t know much, or don’t care, about wine. Here are The Vino Duo’s suggestions and safe picks for serving or bringing a bottle to the big gathering.

If none of these interest you…check out our past Thanksgiving Wine Picks from 2012 and 2013.

Last Minute Grab and Go
Easy to find for that last minute pick up a bottle and go.

Medium Body Crowd Pleaser 
Still easy to find, for the busy cook, budget-friendly, and bound to please your diverse crowd. 

Harder to find, but will add a little ‘wow’ on the table