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    20 Wines You Can Get On Amazon That You'll Actually Want To Drink

    Drink up.

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    If you learn nothing else today, know that you can have wine delivered right to your damn door, thanks to Amazon Wine.

    Right now, these are the states that are eligible for delivery: Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

    Some products exclude certain states, so be sure to double check!

    Because I am no sommelier (am I even fancy enough to use that word?), I used Wine Spectator's scoring to determine which affordable wines on Amazon are actually the best.

    Wine Spectator is an award-winning magazine that ranks wine on a 100-point scale.

    1. A 2013 cabernet sauvignon with tasting notes of black cherry, blackberry, and licorice.

    Promising Review: "One of my favorites!" β€”Cathy Harmon

    Wine Spectator Rating: 91

    Price: $35.99

    2. A crisp brut sparkling wine that's most notably green apple and citrus.

    Promising Review: "Happy to see this on here, it's my favorite bubbly. Dry and crisp, it will go with anything." β€”Elizabeth

    Wine Spectator Rating: 90

    Price: $16.99

    3. A 2014 chardonnay in a refreshing blend of pear, apple, and hints of tropical fruits.

    Promising Review: "Great wine." β€”Amazon Customer

    Wine Spectator Rating: 88

    Price: $20.99

    4. A 2015 cabernet sauvignon for those who prefer a darker taste of black cherry, cassis, and blackberry.

    Wine Spectator Rating: 91

    Price: $20

    5. A 2015 pinot gris for a palate of white peach, ginger, and dried fig.

    Wine Spectator Rating: 87

    Price: $23.99

    6. A sweet sparkling wine comprised of green apple, lemon, and grapefruit.

    Promising Review: "Love it. This is my second purchase and I will buy it again." β€” J. Mason

    Wine Spectator Rating: 88

    Awards: Top 100 Values, 2015 by Wine Spectator

    Price: $20

    7. A 2015 sauvignon blanc in fresh, tropical fruit flavors of papaya and mango, plus some hints of gooseberry.

    Wine Spectator Rating: 90

    Price: $19.99

    8. A 2012 cabernet sauvignon of dark black fruits that can either be aged or enjoyed immediately.

    Wine Spectator Rating: 90

    Price: $42

    9. A 2013 pinot noir with ripe black cherry, dusty cocoa, and raspberry.

    Wine Spectator Rating: 91

    Price: $32

    10. A 2015 sauvignon blanc if you're looking for a summer flavor of gooseberry and citrus.

    Wine Spectator Rating: 89

    Awards: Washington Winery of the Year, 2015 by Wine Press Northwest

    Price: $17

    11. A 2013 chardonnay for an acidic finish of white peach and pear.

    Wine Spectator Rating: 90

    Price: $51.99

    12. A 2012 merlot with the velvety effect of ripe cherry and blackberry.

    Promising Review: "This wine is quite simply lovely. So balanced. Beautiful fruit, supple tannins, and a finish that just goes on forever." β€”Amazon customer

    Wine Spectator Rating: 90

    Awards: 90 points by Wine Enthusiast

    Price: $28

    13. A 2013 cabernet sauvignon that shows flavors of coffee, currant, and spice.

    Wine Spectator Rating: 90

    Awards: 92 points in "Best Buy" for vintage, 2011 by Wine & Spirits

    Price: $24.99

    14. A 2015 viognier marsanne if you're in the mood for a sweet and silky texture of nectarine and peach.

    Wine Spectator Rating: 89

    Price: $17

    15. A set of six Barefoot wines, including a chardonnay, moscato, pinot grigio, pinot noir, cabernet, and "rich red blend."

    Promising Review: "I've purchased Barefoot Cellars many times, and this sampler was a great buy! The price was perfect, and getting a chance to sample a little bit of everything is even better." β€”JS

    Price: $58.46 for a set of six

    16. A 2014 chardonnay in sweet flavors of pineapple juice and fresh pear.

    Wine Spectator Rating: 86

    Awards: Washington Winery of the Year, 2015 by Wine Press Northwest

    Price: $14.99

    17. A 2005 syrah that boasts smoky cherry and wild plum aromas, and a touch of dried lavender.

    Wine Spectator Rating: 90

    Price: $45

    18. A collection of Californian merlot, pinot noir, sauvignon blanc, brut champagne, chardonnay, and cabernet sauvignon.

    Promising Review: "This wine is fabulous! Far exceeded my expectations. Will purchase again." β€”Deb F

    Price: $89.50 for a set of six

    19. A full-bodied 2014 cabernet sauvignon with ripe, dark fruit flavors of blackberry and notes of toasty oak and cocoa.

    Promising Review: "Good way to send a gift. The wine is great vintage..." β€”Willard G. Johnson

    Wine Spectator Rating: 90

    Price: $22.65

    20. A 2014 sauvignon blanc that's full of grapefruit, passion fruit, and lime.

    Wine Spectator Rating: 88

    Price: $17.99

    Let the sweats and wine marathon begin and never end.

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