Our Top-Rated Under-$30 Wines

It doesn’t matter how much money you’ve got—everybody loves a great deal, which is why we’re sharing our top-rated under-$30 wines of 2021. These bottles inspire rave reviews and don’t break the bank—and best of all, they’re all in stock and ready to ship. That means you won’t have to wait long to enjoy the most overdelivering wines we’ve got!

2018 Tempos Vega Sicilia Oremus Mandolas Furmint Tokaji

Mandolás, backed by the legendary Vega Sicilia, is an intensely mineral white wine from one of Europe’s oldest “Grands Crus.” It placed on Wine Spectator’s Top 100, and is one of the cellar-worthy values of the year.

2018 Louis Latour Les Pierres Dorees Pinot Noir Burgundy

Maison Louis Latour is synonymous with first-class Pinot Noir, from 100-point Grands Crus to stellar values from ahead-of-the-curve terroirs. This domaine-grown Pierres Dorées Pinot brings that pedigree at an unprecedented price.

2017 Smith-Madrone Riesling Spring Mountain

Pioneering Smith-Madrone sets the bar in California when it comes to Riesling—and they still deliver extraordinary value. With dual 94-point scores, this is “A show-stopper!” according to James Suckling.

2018 Concept Album Mixtape Red Blend Napa Valley

This is the blockbuster red blend that our 100-point rockstar winemaker friend always wanted to make. Sourced mainly from the top Napa vineyard that goes into his $75+ single-vineyard reds, it’s a blockbuster from the 99-point 2018 vintage.

2018 Paul Jaboulet Aine Le Grand Pompee Saint-Joseph

We’ve got the only bottles of Jaboulet’s 2018 Le Grand Pompée, a wine that’s near impossible to get in the US. From a top vintage and an iconic winery, it boasts the signature spice, leather, and character of the Northern Rhône—without the big price.

2020 Chateau Minuty Prestige Cotes de Provence

Minuty paved the way for Provençal rosé (and rosé in general) to become the global phenomenon that it is now. Masterfully crafted by the next generation of the founding family, the 2020 Prestige is a standard-bearing masterpiece.

2019 Halpin Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley

Halpin scored big with an elite Napa source whose Cabs have been called “Pauillac-like” by Dunnuck, “some of the most distinctive” in the Valley by the Wine Advocate. The dude’s a legend—and the wine’s a stunner.

NV Langlois-Chateau Cremant de Loire Brut Loire Valley

Taking a page right out of Bollinger’s own Special Cuvée Champagne-making script, this Crémant de Loire dazzles with the complexity we’re used to seeing only in Champagne. It’s a must-have for bubbly-lovers!

2019 Martin Ray Vineyards and Winery Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast

One bottle of this 2019 Martin Ray Pinot won’t be enough—not when it brings 94-point quality that’s rare in Pinot Noir at this price. It wowed us at the tasting table, and it’ll wow you too—as long as you get your order in before our supply runs dry.

2019 Adami Col Credas Rive di Farra di Soligo Brut Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Veneto

It’s rare to find a 100% estate wine in Prosecco, but this single-vineyard 2019 Adami Col Credas is an exception, resulting in a terroir-driven, sparkler that completely overdelivers.

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