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15 Totally Underrated Wines Under $15

"Everything's better with some wine in the belly." —Tyrion Lannister

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1. Barefoot Moscato, $6.99 in-store, $12.99 online.

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Barefoot was by the far the most recommended brand by readers, with the Moscato variety edging out the Pinot Grigio.

"Barefoot Moscato (the green one) — I could drink it by the bottle, it’s that good, which may or may not be a good thing." —chowdersoup

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3. Winking Owl Moscato, $3 at Aldi U.S.

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"Winking Owl Moscato from Aldi! It's under $3 a bottle and it's the best Moscato I've ever tried. I was a loyal Barefoot Moscato drinker until I found this." —Brandy Townsend, Facebook

4. Aldi and Lidl wines in general, $4.50

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The mainly European discount store (they have a handful of U.S. locations) is kind of like Trader Joe's, and like TJ's, they've got excellent cheap wine.

"Anything Lidl or Aldi. You can get really excellent wines for under a fiver. I bought one that I think was £3 and looked really posh. I took it to a dinner party (hey, it looked more expensive than it was) and I kid you not it was the best wine there. I know this because I tried them all." —Sarah Rowlands, Facebook

7. Liberty Creek Sweet Red, $6.99

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"Liberty Creek Sweet Red and their Moscato. Liberty Creek is absolutely amazing! I suggest this wine for everyone! The giant bottles are $8! Guys, super bottles for that price? You can't beat it." —Wendy Dickens, Facebook

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