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How to Spot a Good, Cheap Bottle of Wine

Cheapism Logo By Danny Jensen of Cheapism | Slide 1 of 18: Finding a bottle of wine that is inexpensive but still tastes good can be a difficult task — unless you know what to look for. While it may be tempting to reach for the cheapest bottle on the shelf or the one on sale in the bargain bin, you may wind up with a mass-produced cheap wine that not only tastes terrible, but also typically contain additives like the controversial "Mega Purple." So whether you're looking for a quality, inexpensive red or a delicious, yet affordable white, here some helpful tips on how to spot a good, cheap bottle of wine.

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Finding a bottle of wine that is inexpensive but still tastes good can be a difficult task — unless you know what to look for. While it may be tempting to reach for the cheapest bottle on the shelf or the one on sale in the bargain bin, you may wind up with a mass-produced cheap wine that not only tastes terrible, but also typically contain additives like the controversial "Mega Purple." So whether you're looking for a quality, inexpensive red or a delicious, yet affordable white, here some helpful tips on how to spot a good, cheap bottle of wine.

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