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How Much Money Do You Normally Spend on a Bottle of Wine?

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drea-nicole drea-nicole 7 years
$10-$20, unless it is a gift or special occasion.
DarlingDA DarlingDA 7 years
I usually go in the $7-15 range, but I like it to be on sale so I can get a more expensive bottel for less. I've been on a real Riesling kick - in fact, I have a $14 bottle of it sitting at home, calling out my name!
samischo samischo 7 years
get me a case of 2 buck chuck!its all i can afford haha
samischo samischo 7 years
get me a case of 2 buck chuck! its all i can afford haha
ilanac13 ilanac13 7 years
on average i usually spend like $12-$14 on a bottle. i used to think that you had to pay a LOT for a bottle of wine for it to be good but i've learned that it's not the case and you can get some GREAT things for not that much money. it's interesting to me how restaurants can charge you SOO much more than the same bottle would cost in a store but i guess that's how they make their money.
bluesarahlou bluesarahlou 7 years
Every day wine is in the $10-20 range...since I live so close to the Sonoma/Napa area in California, I visit wineries often and purchase directly from there most of the time. Depending on the time of year I've been able to get really good deals if I purchase a case of wine. Special occasion wine...$20-40. A splurge would be more than $40. And I don't usually buy bottles of wine at restaurants, since the markup is usually huge. I just bring my own! :)
bluesarahlou bluesarahlou 7 years
Every day wine is in the $10-20 range...since I live so close to the Sonoma/Napa area in California, I visit wineries often and purchase directly from there most of the time. Depending on the time of year I've been able to get really good deals if I purchase a case of wine. Special occasion wine...$20-40. A splurge would be more than $40. And I don't usually buy bottles of wine at restaurants, since the markup is usually huge. I just bring my own! :)
kathrynliz kathrynliz 7 years
we have great beverage stores here with lots of selections- they post the little ratings and info there so you can read about them, which is nice. i'll buy whatever interests me, unless it's champagne. then...only the best!!!!
kathrynliz kathrynliz 7 years
we have great beverage stores here with lots of selections- they post the little ratings and info there so you can read about them, which is nice. i'll buy whatever interests me, unless it's champagne. then...only the best!!!!
sarahi3eth sarahi3eth 7 years
9.99 for a box of Franzia Sunset Blush at Walmart!!! We also buy one of the really large bottles for about $6.50 I dont even know the name. Ahh me and my roommates are so classy!
lexichloe lexichloe 7 years
My fave wine of the moment is in the $20-30 range, but I usually only splurge once a month.
jessie jessie 7 years
$10-20 is the usual....we've never ordered wine from a restaurant before...
gabiushka gabiushka 7 years
Whatever the big bottle of Concha y Toro Merlot costs, around 15 i think. Chilean is the best wine.
summerteeth summerteeth 7 years
Usually $10-$20, and we try to only buy from this place by our house called The Oak Barrel. They had the best halloween apple wine. Yum.
Soniabonya Soniabonya 7 years
Bev mo 5 cent wine sale! lol. Well sometimes we check that out, but avergage about $10-25 for a bottle, less if it's just a mixture wine (wine and pepsi = yum!) About the same price for friends. Want to give them an average to good wine, right?Most of the wine I have on my rack tho, I got at wineries. . . so it could be between $15-40. I got a $60 Madera from Napa tho. Like most of my wines, it's saved for a special occasion lol.
Soniabonya Soniabonya 7 years
Bev mo 5 cent wine sale! lol. Well sometimes we check that out, but avergage about $10-25 for a bottle, less if it's just a mixture wine (wine and pepsi = yum!) About the same price for friends. Want to give them an average to good wine, right? Most of the wine I have on my rack tho, I got at wineries. . . so it could be between $15-40. I got a $60 Madera from Napa tho. Like most of my wines, it's saved for a special occasion lol.
Deidre Deidre 7 years
Under $10 = the magic that is Trader Joe's! But, I also belong to a wine club with a local vineyard, and I receive 2 bottles per month for about $25.
Deidre Deidre 7 years
Under $10 = the magic that is Trader Joe's!But, I also belong to a wine club with a local vineyard, and I receive 2 bottles per month for about $25.
skigurl skigurl 7 years
depends...for me, not that much, but for a gift a bit more for something nice and impressive
SillyGirl SillyGirl 7 years
9-12 for everyday. 25-25 for frequent nice events. 40 for special occasion.
lisabarn lisabarn 7 years
10-20 if going to a friends or special occasion, but for me home alone, usually less then 10....
mtiger mtiger 7 years
We have a store here called Total Wine, where they have thousands of bottles at great prices. I usually spend between 10 and 20 dollars.
syako syako 7 years
there's this neat place in New Orleans called w.i.n.o. where you can taste all types of wines by the ounce, half glass or full glass. (It's pretty much set up like a "soda fountain" where you stick your glass underneath, and it dispenses your desired portion). Anyway, you can try bottles of wine that are priced in the hundreds by the ounce (it's 1/10 the price) so it's a neat way to taste a $200 bottle of wine for $20, but without shelling out the major dough. They have wines in all price ranges though and that's how we found our favorite wine - Ponzi's Pinot Noir. If you're ever in N.O., check it out.
syako syako 7 years
there's this neat place in New Orleans called w.i.n.o. where you can taste all types of wines by the ounce, half glass or full glass. (It's pretty much set up like a "soda fountain" where you stick your glass underneath, and it dispenses your desired portion). Anyway, you can try bottles of wine that are priced in the hundreds by the ounce (it's 1/10 the price) so it's a neat way to taste a $200 bottle of wine for $20, but without shelling out the major dough. They have wines in all price ranges though and that's how we found our favorite wine - Ponzi's Pinot Noir.If you're ever in N.O., check it out.
RubyBisou RubyBisou 7 years
It is very rare I spend above $25 on a bottle of wine.. only on special occasions. Black Star Farms (Northern Michigan wine) wine is fabulous for anyone looking for something new! :)
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