The Best Wines You Can Buy at Trader Joe’s
We love TJ's for its fantastic selection of great products at cheap prices. Bonus? Trader Joe's wine selection is hard to beat.
Reserve des Chastelles Rosé
As far as we’re concerned, rosé is ideal for year-round sipping. If you love pink wine as much as we do, you’ll want to pick up this stunning example from Reserve des Chastelles at Trader Joe’s. It’s a classic southern Rhone rosé featuring a blend of grenache, cinsault and syrah. It’s seriously good—and seriously cheap!
If you’re a fan of oaky chardonnay, be sure to check out Kunde’s elegant example from Sonoma Valley. With a wonderful harmony between vibrant acid and delicate notes of vanilla, toast and pretty florals, this Trader Joe’s wine is a total steal.
Planning a picnic? Simpler Wines cans are practically made for lazy beach days and picnics in the park. Available in sparkling white, rosé, mango and peach, these canned wines are the perfectly portable vino for when you’re dining al fresco.
La Paca Sonriente Garnacha
This is a hands-down favorite among TJ’s wine drinkers. This Spanish grenache is full of rich red fruits balanced out by a subtle touch of earth. It boasts loads of complexity for such an inexpensive wine. We’re always sure to have a few bottles on hand for our next BBQ.
Floriana Gruner Veltliner
Crisp, bright and so easy to drink, this versatile Hungarian white wine is a major crowd-pleaser. A little floral, a little tropical with a dash of fresh herbs, it’s impossible to go wrong with Floriana’s Gruner Veltliner. P.S. If you love white wine, be sure to check out our top white wine picks under $20!
Marques de Riscal Rioja Reserva
A Spanish classic, Marques de Riscal’s Rioja Reserva is an absolute knockout. Decadent red fruits are layered over subtle oak and spice. You’ll want to serve this tasty tempranillo with anything off the grill.
Finding great bubbly on a budget doesn’t need to be tricky. While Trader Joe’s is home to a wealth of options, we love the effortless appeal of Incanto Prosecco. This style is slightly off-dry, making it an ideal choice for everything from salty prosciutto grilled cheese sandwiches to fruity pastries and sponge cakes.
Pine Ridge Chenin Viognier
If you’re a fan of lush white wines, Pine Ridge’s chenin blanc viognier blend was made for you. Full of peach, melon, ripe citrus and heady floral notes, it’s both refreshing and generous on the palate. Enjoy this lovely wine with seafood or chicken.