Made in the USA: 15 American Wineries That Sell Good, Cheap Wine
The United States has been impressing international wine aficionados for decades now, and for good reason. While the country has a relatively young wine culture compared with the thousands of years of history and tradition of Europe, the technology and will to produce excellent wine has paid off. From as far south and east as North Carolina to Washington state in the Northwest, the country is now home to many delicious, affordable wines. While prices vary by location, wines from all of these producers can easily be found for less than $20. Many are under $10 a bottle.
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Boxwood Estate is leading a winemaking resurgence in Virginia with its goal of fusing the traditions and grapes of Bordeaux with American soil and technology. Staying true to the Bordelais style, Boxwood produces small quantities of red wine made only from typically French grape varieties. The winery boasts high-end bottlings but also reserves some production for inexpensive, everyday wines of distinction.
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Hailing from the North Fork of Long Island, New York, this biodynamic and organic winery has long pioneered sustainable farming practices -- and represents the best New York state has to offer in wine. Shinn Estate's 100 percent premium wines span a range of prices, with unique wines and good value at every level.