Frequent question: What is the cheapest wine in France?

How much does a bottle of wine cost in France?

In 2019, the purchase price of still wine in France amounted to about 3.90 euros per liter, all types included.

Average purchase price of still wine in France from 2010 to 2019 (in euros per liter)

Characteristic Price in euros per liter
2019 3.9
2018 3.8
2017 2.7
2016 2.7

What is the cheapest red wine?

The Best Affordable Red Wine, $15 and Under

  • 2019 Emilio Moro Finca Resalso Ribera del Duero ($15) …
  • 2018 Foxglove Zinfandel ($15) …
  • 2018 Grounded by Josh Phelps California Cabernet Sauvignon ($15) …
  • 2018 Ravenswood Old Vine Zinfandel ($15) …
  • 2018 Columbia Crest H3 Cabernet Sauvignon ($15)

What is a good sweet cheap wine?

11 Excellent Sweet, Fruity, Inexpensive Wines

  • Graffigna Centenario Pinot Grigio White Wine. …
  • Gallo Family Vineyards, White Zinfandel. …
  • Schmitt Sohne, Relax “Cool Red.” Rating 7.5. …
  • Fresita Sparkling Wine. …
  • Boone’s Farm Sangria. …
  • Schmitt Sohne, Relax, “Blue.” Rating 8. …
  • NVY Envy Passion Fruit. …
  • Nova Tickled Pink Moscato.

How cheap is wine in France?

France keeps its wine prices low by doing mostly the opposite of the US. They have low alcohol taxes, more direct distribution, and extensive support for their own vast market (9 out of every 10 bottles of wine consumed in France are French).

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Is wine cheaper than water in Paris?

In France, there is a seemingly infinite selection of wines that are actually cheaper than a bottle of water. Don’t get me wrong–it is possible to find cheap wine in the states. But unless you live in one of the few major cities with a Trader Joe’s (and 2 buck Chuck), cheap wine will often be just that–cheap wine.

What is a good everyday red wine?

What to Drink Now: Exceptional Everyday Red Wines

  • Cabernet Vineyards in Paso Robles. Hayley Hamilton Cogill.
  • Bordeaux Cabernet Sauvignon. Hayley Hamilton Cogill.
  • Pinot Noir. Hayley Hamilton Cogill.
  • Nebbiolo Vineyard in Langhe. Hayley Hamilton Cogill.
  • Brennan Syrah, courtesy of the winery.