Wine that is worth the trip to Bevmo

These are wines that I will go out of my way to pick up at Bevmo. I hope this helps you make that daunting decision of what wine to buy for yourself or for the dinner party your are already late for because you are googling "what wine to buy at Bevmo". Whatever the case I hope you too find your favorite bottle at Bevmo. 

Tips: Ask for help. You only need to know the answer to some basic questions. Red or White? Sweet or dry? Price range? If you can answer these then most Bevmo Employees and put you front of the right bottle of vino.

Also, if you didn't already know, Bevmo will take back half opened bottles if you did not like the recommended choices. This is a hassle but if you buy something and you can barely get through one glass return it and try something else. 

Disclaimer: If you follow my wine reviews you know I like my wine full bodied and dry. So do take that in mind when looking at my suggestions. What could make my taste buds dance, could make yours wish they didn't exist. 

On that note here are some of my favorite wines from Bevmo. 

Matchbook RedBlend $18

This is a Malbec and Petite Verdot blend. What makes this wine even better is when it is on the $0.05 Wine Sale! This wine had a spicy finish and lovely taste notes that are worth the experience. I gave this bottle as a gift to a friend who is an avid Malbec drinker. I was pleasantly surprised to hear that he loved this bottle! I would grab a few while you are at Bevmo especially if it is on sale, good wine on a deal can make anyone happy! Check out my review Here!

Four Vines Skeptic Petite Sirah $25

This Petite Sirah is a nice full bodied wine with medium tannins. It has a nice bite to it when it is first opened, but softens up once you let it breathe. I have also seen this bottle on Bevmo's 5 cent wine sale. So defiantly snag this bottle up if you see it. I like to pair this with Trader Joe's dark chocolate peanut butter cups, but that is totally preference :) Wine Review Here!

Calera Pinot Noir $26

You have two options visit the winery or buy this bottle from Bevmo. Calera is located in Hollister, CA which is a bit of a drive for me. I was BEYOND thrilled to find out that Bevmo carried their Pinot! Trust me this wine is a complete crowd pleaser. I usually have this on hand for dinner parties or if I just happen to know I have a Pinot lover in the group, I bring out this bottle.  If you are a Pinot lover then you must try this wine! The wine is light and full of flavor it is truly an experience you will enjoy.  You can read more on my review for this wine here.

Rombauer Zinfandel $32

This is another Rombauer favorite. I like that this Zin is not overly jammy. Apart from their white wine this red was my favorite. This could  also be a good introduction into wine, if you have someone over that isn't a wine drinker at all. It is a very easy to drink Zin with soft scents that could please any novice. Check out my review here!

Rombauer Chardonnay $36

Like you know I am not a white wine drinker but I LOVE this bottle. So maybe this makes me a white wine drinker? Any who...I can't get enough of this buttery, crisp dry white wine. It really lives up to all the craze. I've heard it called "Danville Crack" and when I was up in Napa, they say there are tons of names people call their Chardonnay. Their Chardonnay is what they are known for and trust me after one glass of this stuff you will know why. I always have one on hand, because you can never have too many of these at home. If you live in northern California I would recommend making a visit up to Napa have the full Rombauer experience! You can read more on my review here!

Hall Cabernet Sauvignon $50

Hall is also located in Napa if you are making your trip up to Rombauer then I would suggest paying Hall a visit as well! You can not go wrong with a nice Cab from Hall. This is a bit pricey but if you are in the mood for a celebration or if you just want to enjoy an exceptional Cab buy this and treat yourself! Review to come as well!

Need more options check out this post on Trip #2

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