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Whether you’re hosting a dinner party or stocking up the wine fridge, buying wine in bulk is no cheap feat.

Since we always love to keep vino on hand – you never know when a recipe calls for it – we rounded up our picks for the best wines on a budget.

Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2017, McBride Sisters

Not too dry. Not too sweet. This sauvignon blanc balances a blend of New Zealand and California flavors for a glass that goes down easy. (Almost too easy.)

Catherine's Vineyard Chardonnay 2012, Bonneau

If you love chardonnay but hate the next-day headaches, try this bottle of Bonneau. It’s not too sweet, but it does have a hint of vanilla, making it a must-have affordable option.

Smooth Red Blend, Apothic Crush

You know when you’ve just had a day? This full-bodied blend is here for you. With a chocolatey finish, it’s basically comfort in a bottle.

California Cabernet Sauvignon, Beringer Founder’s Estate

One of the best-kept-secrets, this bottle comes from a historic winery that makes a broad selection of wines in Napa Valley. And this cab sauv doesn’t disappoint.

H3 Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Crest

Serving steak for dinner? Pair it with substantial – yet streamlined – cabernet sauvignon. No one needs to know it costs less than the steak itself.

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