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15 Northwest wines for $15 or less
Whether you just blew your budget on back-to-school clothes and supplies or you’re just looking for a good deal, the Pacific Northwest is still a wine region replete with delicious bargains.
While white and rosé wines tend to be the least-expensive wines on store shelves, you’ll also find plenty of reds, especially from larger producers that are able to craft plush wines at Tuesday night prices.
And if you’re looking for an even bigger bargain, buy by the case. Most wineries and wine merchants will provide anywhere from 5 to 15 percent discounts on case purchases – even if you are buying a mixed case.
Here are 15 wines we’ve tasted in recent weeks that will cost you $15 or less.