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Everyday Bordeaux Wines

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Explore our selection of $20-$40 Everyday Bordeaux Wines, perfect for enhancing your daily dining experience. Sourced from the heart of France's most famous wine region, these affordable Bordeaux blends offer a fantastic introduction to the world of fine wine without the premium price. Shop now and discover the rich flavors and remarkable value of our carefully curated Bordeaux collection, ideal for everyday enjoyment or casual gatherings.






  • La Tour Travers Bordeaux Rouge

    $23.99
    or $22.79 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • La Tour Travers Bordeaux Blanc

    $23.99
    or $22.79 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Vieux Naudin Bordeaux Superieur Rouge 2021

    $27.11
    or $25.75 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Château La Caussade Sainte-Croix-du-Mont 2020 375ml

    $37.99
    or $36.09 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Château Belloy Canon-Fronsac 2019

    $39.99
    or $37.99 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Chateau Suduiraut Lions de Suduirat Sauternes 2019 (375ml)

    $36.66
    or $34.83 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Chateau Thieuley Blanc Sec 2015

    $26.99
    or $25.64 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Château La Caussade Cadillac Cotes de Bordeaux 2018

    $39.99
    or $37.99 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Château La Caussade Bordeaux Blanc 2021

    $30.98
    or $29.43 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Château La Caussade Bordeaux Rouge 2020

    $30.98
    or $29.43 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Chateau La Tour de Mons Margaux 375ml 2018

    $39.99
    or $37.99 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Château Peybonhomme-Les-Tours Blaye-Côtes de Bordeaux 2019 (375ml)

    $30.46
    or $28.94 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Chateau Suduiraut Lions de Suduiraut, 2nd Vin, Sauternes 375ml 2018

    $36.66
    or $34.83 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Chateau Bernadotte, Cru Bourgeois Haut Medoc 2016

    $37.99
    or $36.09 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Chateau La Tour de Mons Margaux 375ml 2015

    $39.99
    or $37.99 in case of 12 bottles.
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Bordeaux wines, celebrated globally for their quality and depth, are not just for collectors and special occasions. The $20-$40 price range opens up an opportunity for wine enthusiasts to enjoy the nuances of Bordeaux on a more regular basis. These wines typically come from lesser-known appellations and younger vineyards, yet Bordeaux wines, celebrated globally for their quality and depth, are not just for collectors and special occasions. The $20-$40 price range opens up an opportunity for wine enthusiasts to enjoy the nuances of Bordeaux on a more regular basis. These wines typically come from lesser-known appellations and younger vineyards, yet they embody the region's tradition of winemaking excellence. Often crafted from the classic Bordeaux blend of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Cabernet Franc, these wines offer a balance of fruit, tannin, and acidity, making them both approachable and versatile. This segment includes Bordeaux wines that are perfect for casual dining and offer a genuine taste of the region's terroir and winemaking skill. While they may not have the prestige of their higher-priced counterparts, they frequently deliver exceptional quality and are perfect for enhancing a weekday meal or for relaxed entertaining. This accessibility allows wine lovers to explore different styles and vintages, building their appreciation and knowledge of Bordeaux wines. read more... less

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Bordeaux Wine?

Bordeaux wine originates from the Bordeaux region in southwest France and is one of the most esteemed and prolific wine-producing regions in the world. Bordeaux wines are primarily red, made from a blend of grape varieties, including Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, and Malbec. Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon are the most predominant, influencing the style and character of the wines significantly. Bordeaux wines are categorized into several classifications, the most notable being the Bordeaux Wine Official Classification of 1855, which ranks the wines into Grand Cru Classé statuses. These classifications still influence the prestige and price of the wines today. Bordeaux reds are admired for their depth, complexity, and longevity, often featuring rich flavors of black currant, plums, and an assortment of spices and earthy undertones, complemented by oak aging which adds hints of vanilla and toast. In addition to reds, Bordeaux also produces dry and sweet white wines primarily from Sauvignon Blanc, Sémillon, and Muscadelle grapes. The sweet wines, particularly from regions like Sauternes and Barsac, are world-renowned for their rich, honeyed flavors and ability to age for decades.

What are the most popular Bordeaux Wines?

Among the most celebrated Bordeaux wines are those from the 1855 classification, including Château Margaux, Château Latour, Château Mouton Rothschild, and Château Lafite Rothschild. These wines are globally acclaimed for their quality and consistency, often representing the pinnacle of what Bordeaux can offer. They are highly sought after in auctions and by collectors, with vintages regularly achieving record-breaking prices. Additionally, wines from Saint-Émilion’s classifications, such as Château Ausone and Château Cheval Blanc, are also highly revered for their exquisite quality and complexity.

What are the best value Bordeaux Wines?

For the best value in Bordeaux wines, look to lesser-known appellations such as Côtes de Bordeaux or satellite regions like Castillon and Francs. These areas often produce excellent wines at a fraction of the price of the more prestigious labels. Producers like Château Recougne and Château Pey la Tour offer wines with exceptional quality, showcasing typical Bordeaux characteristics without the steep price tag.

What are the foods best paired with Bordeaux Wines?

Bordeaux red wines pair excellently with rich, hearty dishes such as grilled steaks, roast lamb, or duck. The robust structure and tannins in Bordeaux reds complement the richness of red meats and can stand up to intense flavors, making them ideal for barbecue or winter stews. For Bordeaux whites, particularly the dry styles, pair them with seafood like oysters, grilled fish, or a seafood platter. The crisp acidity and aromatic profile of the whites make them perfect for cutting through the richness of the dishes. Sweet Bordeaux wines like those from Sauternes are exquisite with foie gras or blue cheese, as the wine’s sweetness complements the saltiness of the cheese beautifully.