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The Cheap Wine Report

When I quit drinking over 10 years ago it was with the stated goal of “making new mistakes” instead of “making the same mistake over and over.” The same mistake over and over was mostly Pabst Blue Ribbon and Bushmill’s, and now that I am over six months into my relapse I can state definitively that I have not made that mistake again. Most beers just taste gross to me. I’d like to think that my tastes have matured, but really no part of me has ever really gotten better at anything. My friend Will considers most of the current beers to be based on some kind of notion that it ought to punch you in the neck with an overwhelming taste of hops. Why are most highly-touted beers hostile to taste? I have no idea. I drink to forget. I drink to wind down. I drink so that you will also drink. I don’t drink to unlock the complicated tastes of some kind of liquid Proust.

So I’ve been trying wines, too. Wines, I feel, put me in a jollier mood. And when you’re 5’ 6” and 200 pounds, you can rock the jolly. I used to buy any cheap $10 wine with a 5-star rating and wait for the delightful delivery people to show up with my booze. Now that I’ve moved to Jersey City, Fresh Direct can no longer deliver me booze because it's against Federal Law to transport it from Union Square Wines to Journal Square. Where is Nucky Thompson when you need him? Free Mumia, close Gitmo and change this law.

I’ve been stopping at cute little wine shops like Frankly Wines on West Broadway and Sea Grapes on Hudson near the Path trains to sample the cheaper fare. I am interested in a few criteria: is it cheap enough that I won’t have to eat ramen for the rest of the week at the bookstore? Will it not taste too horrible? And will I feel like a better person for drinking it than, say, a Bud Light, which is the winner of my own personal beer wars at the moment. Yuengling Bock is a close second. Who can resist a beer with a goat licking it up on the label? A better person than me, that’s who.

Petite Cochon Bronze Rose: Jim wins with this Vin! This is my favorite discovery of the summer so far. I like pink things. I wear pink converse All-Stars most of the time. And pink wine makes me feel wistful and winsome, somehow both at the same time. Plus it has an awesome pig on the label. I cannot resist you, delicious winking French pig. You carry all the wisdom of the ages in your sideways winking glance. All wines should have pigs as their spirit creature. It tastes pretty good. Wine people throw around words like “oaky” but I hated the movie Sideways passionately, even though I love Paul Giamatti unconditionally. I don’t know how wines taste. I can only tell you how they made me feel. And this one immersed me in a pink bubble of floatiness that I never wanted to end. Then I sexted someone from OK Cupid for a while and woke up next to a half-eaten Pop Tart.

Yard Dog Cabernet Sauvignon: I thought this was a white wine when I bought it because the bottle was so smoky and because I am an uncultured and unsophisticated savage. White wines makes me feel jollier than red wines. Red wine was nice during the winter, but I sweat balls when it’s hotter than 50 degrees out. And white wines put me in a terrific mood as I hurtle endlessly toward the inevitable hangover. And red wine make me feel self-conscious that I look like some kind of red-toothed freak or something. Can they make a red wine that doesn’t stick to your goddamned teeth, making you look like some kind of hideous vampire? There is a scary dog on the label. So scary I had to buy this or else fear its wrath in dreams. My roommate Ben liked this wine, but I was disappointed that it wasn’t a white wine.

Dos Minas Torrontes: There are two cool looking ladies with cool haircuts on the label. And they’re Argentinian, so they are probably a lot of fun. This was the white wine I got the next day after the red wine I just wrote about ended up being red. It was pretty OK, but if I still have a half a bottle of it and yet I’ve somehow drank all the goddamned Rolling Rock beer in the house, how good could it really be? Was I saving this wine for some higher purpose? No, I just think I forgot about it. It was stuck somewhere behind the cheese and sopresatta that I love to snack on right before bed. Oh minas, you got lost in the crowd.

The Chardonnay Conspiracy: I like all these weirdly named wines. The Pinot Project. The Merlot Massacre. Whatever. They are all perfectly fine. I don’t have to think about them. They are cheap and decent and all I really want is for someone to say “Drink this” and I drink it and then after a while I stay up watching Orgazmo half the night making slightly stupid comments the whole way through. Screwtops are also fun, because fuck you corks. What the hell? I practically break my hand every time I open a goddamned wine with whatever corkscrew we have and then Ben yells at me for opening it wrong and it becomes some kind of horrible tutorial on how to open a wine in which I am totally not interested. And what are you trying to prove, with your fancy cork? Everybody has a cork! It doesn’t make you special. Just get one of those Bud Light vents and vortex riflings for all I care. I just want to put the wine in my mouth, not fuck around with a goddamned cork all night. So fuck you, corks. I am glad this doesn’t have a cork.

Vrac Rose: At first I liked this rose as much as I liked the one with the pig on the label. Then I missed the pig. I felt like I had betrayed the pig. I began to worry that I would never see the pig again, that he would never again wink at me with the same mirth. I wept for a while. Then I watched people get hypnotized on YouTube videos for a while. Then I cried some more, how I longed for the pig. Why did I push the pig away? Take me back, pig! I am sorry! I made a mistake! I was closer to the Christopher Street Path train stop than the World Trade Center Path train stop. It was raining! I just wanted a little goddamned wine! I didn’t mean to lose my pig forever. This Vrac doesn’t have any kind of animal on the label, and that made me lonely. I like to drink with friends. I love you, pig!

The Naked Grape Pinot Grigio: I bought this at the Jersey City Liquor store I go to buy Ben his Beck’s beer. I know, Beck’s! What the hell? But he loves it. It is not even imported from Germany anymore, they make it in like St. Louis. Ben may be the only person keeping Beck’s in business at this point.  There is probably something desperately wrong with the Naked Grape Pinot Grigio, but beats me what the hell that is. It was white, it was perfectly fine. There was a whole bottle of it. It had a cork. Fuck you, corks. It didn’t have any animals on the label. So I guess that’s two strikes. But it was like $7. And for $7 I would probably drink grape urine.

Chateau de Pourcieux: I bought this because the sign said that this was Johnny Depp’s favorite wine. Also because it was like $10. It has a giant mansion on the front, which is a little unnerving. I can’t afford a sprawling estate, I just want a little wine. Why do you have to make me feel bad about my economic state, wine? With your little wine drawing of the shrubs and sprawling lawns of your goddamned rich people house. Whatever happened to the French Revolution? You guys had a couple good years in France and then the rich people took over again with their goddamned sprawling estates. Fuck you, France. How can you afford such a giant house only charging $9 a bottle? I will never be able to afford a house. I am lonely, pigless and afraid. With only the idea of Johnny Depp drinking the same cheapass wine with me to keep me warm. For some reason I keep buying this. To forget the pig!

 

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Jim Behrle tweets @behrleStay tuned for the next Cheap Wine Report.



102 Comments / Post A Comment

antarcticastartshere

This is exactly what Lady America needs right now.

rosaline

$10 wine is where it's at. I try to stay away from the $3 stuff, and my palate is certainly not refined enough to taste the difference between $10 and $18+ wine!

But really, I just buy wine based on which label looks the coolest.

Scandyhoovian

@rosaline I also tend to pick wine based on the label! I figure between $10 and $14 is an acceptable price point for me and if I go above that it goes in the "fancy stash" for special occasions (which can include "I got Thor on DVD" so let's not pretend I'm living large or anything).

owlegg

@Scandyhoovian I logged in specifically to say that Thor on DVD is an EXCELLENT reason to break out the fancy wine. Thor! Thor forever!

katiemcgillicuddy

Yes but, how will we play slap-the-bag with any of these?

meetapossum

@katiemcgillicuddy I wish I could "like" this more times.

A. Louise

@katiemcgillicuddy somehow I feel you could hack this with the right industrial sized ziplock and some pastry bag nozzles. A noble quest.

Onymous

@katiemcgillicuddy Black Box and Bota Box.

Also you can pour a box into a empty milk gallon and have the perfect amount of space left over to shove fruit in and make sangria.

Laughable Walrus

@A. Louise That's the kind of Pintrest project I could get behind.

shantasybaby

@Onymous I am also a fan of the Wine Cube from Target and there is also a boxed wine shaped like a purse that comes in rose (I can't find any other boxed rose!) but I don't know what it's actually called because I just call it "purse wine" not to be confused with wine smuggled in your purse, which I have also enjoyed. I have a box of purse wine at home mocking me but I can't drink it because my wisdom teeth just got yanked out...if I already have dry socket, would it be bad to drink some wine?

TheLetterL

I recently bought a bottle of wine because it had a picture of a giant pancake stomping helpless citizens, Godzilla-style. Or maybe it was supposed to be a white grape. It tasted like...fine. *shrug*

Clearly, we are destined to be drinking partners.

Amphora

Wait, why would you go all the way into High-Liquor-Tax-y Manhattan when you can just hop on 78, take it all the way past the Garden State Parkway, exit onto Route 24 W, and stop off at the WINE LIBRARY! they sell DUCK BACON

Amphora

@Amphora Unless you don't have a car. Living in Jersey is pretty demoralizing without a car.

Rock and Roll Ken Doll

@Amphora
Wasn't I going to buy you a drink at one point? Or the other way around? Or whatever?

HereKitty

@Amphora This would be a +/- 500-mile round trip for me and I'm still considering it, because DUCK BACON.

Amphora

@Rock and Roll Ken Doll It was an artisanal Malort cocktail, right? Something like that? Happy hour Pinup?

@HereKitty They used to deliver anywhere in the lower 48! Not sure if they still have that service...

Rock and Roll Ken Doll

@Amphora
Yesss, that was it! This article has jogged my memory. We should totally set that up!

trappedinabay

@Amphora The Wine Library delivers!! Granted, you have to pay the UPS fees and UPS sucks balls in general (seriously, THE WORST), but if you buy a few cases, that'll set you up for a while.

RoyRogersMcFreely

I'm in love with this post. I live in Utah, where all non-beer booze has to be purchased at a state-run liquor store. While whenever I go in I feel like I'm among friends, the racks upon racks upon racks upon racks of bottles are always so overwhelming, and I always feel like a naughty teenager sneaking a drink and never have any idea what to ask for, booze-shopping always seems really difficult. I always just end up with a giant jug of Smirnoff, even though it's way to sharp for my taste, because that's what I know.

causedbycomma

@RoyRogersMcFreely Oh no! You have to buy some small bottles of liquor to experiment. And look up drink recipes online, becuase usually mixed drinks are a lot easier on the palate in my experience at least...

I grew up in MD where you could not buy any alcoholic beverage outside a liquor store (they didn't have to be state run, but lots of them were shady). When I moved to DC and saw beer and wine in the grocery store, it was awesome and surprising!

MandyAnne

@RoyRogersMcFreely Don't be afraid of the wine! I don't know what Utah's liquor stores are like, but every nice, big liquor store I've ever been to always has super-nice, wine-loving people in it who will help you no matter how little you know. People who really love wine usually want other people to love it too. I would go in and ask for a few good, cheap, different red and white styles to try to see what you might like. Or just find some with cool labels and try them out!

meetapossum

Gato Negro is my cheap wine of choice. Sometimes you can find it for $3.99/bottle! Cab Sav and Sav Blanc are good, but never get the Chardonnay...

Oliver St. John Mollusc

@meetapossum My boo always brings Gato Negro and a box of Cheez-its to parties. They pair surprisingly well together!

A. Louise

Yellow Tail, out of the bottle, always and forever.

sharilyn@twitter

I want to take this post out on a wine-besotted date.

sharilyn@twitter

@sharilyn@twitter and that wine would be Chateau de Pourcieux, which I already adore but will never be able to pronounce.

This is relevant to my interests!

I moved to SF and now I live in a cute house (with roommates) 3 doors down from the cutest, most adorable corner store. The owner is an older gentleman from Georgia (the country) and he puts out a motherload of fresh flowers every day and has a killer $10-20 wine selection. Seriously, the corner store near my house sells eggs, bread, wine, and flowers. It's perfect.

Edie W

@S. Elizabeth You are killing me with your perfect cute urban life! The corner store near my house is WalMart. :( (Although I guess in WalMart's defense, they do sell eggs, bread, and flowers.)

idle_days

@S. Elizabeth This is my dream life.

causedbycomma

@S. Elizabeth Ugh. I live in a super-urban neighborhood and our closest corner store is CVS. I am very jealous of you!

amateur hour

@S. Elizabeth Don't get me wrong, I love where I live, but whenever I visit my best friend in SF (precita park) I sigh over the fact that her corner store has local artisanal cheese and wine and fresh baked cupcakes delivered daily while my bodega at home sells Gushers and Tastycakes.

Edie W

@amateur hour Tastycakes are kind of great, though!

oh! valencia

Ugh, Sideways was a truly terrible movie. Rotten tomatoes lied to me.
(in Canada, $10 is about as cheap as it gets, so I'm in the $15 range. I'm liking most Malbecs lately but I am not actually picky at all.)

Onymous

@oh! valencia Did they pass an increased vice tax? I mean it's been 5-6 years but when I was drinking my way around lake Okanagan every thing seemed pretty much the same as the USA.

MagentaGalaxy

@oh! valencia ugh, yes, draconian canadian wine prices. though if i could get $4 bottles of gato negro i would almost for sure be drinking all the wine all the time. anyway, i recently found a $13 magnum that is actually tasty! i forget the brand so this is not helpful, but after i go to the lcbo later i will update you!

owlegg

@MagentaGalaxy Oooh, I just moved back to Ontario so I'm definitely in need of cheap LCBO-available wine recs!

MagentaGalaxy

@owlegg the one i was thinking of was farnese sangiovese, which, while pretty basic, is definitely way more delicious than anything else i've tried at that price point.

beecaveroad

"This Vrac doesn’t have any kind of animal on the label, and that made me lonely. I like to drink with friends. I love you, pig!"

This speaks to me a little too much.

Danger Zone

OMG WHAT LIQUOR STORE IN JERSEY CITY? RED FEAST, my home awaty from home? Or the weird one that is also a pharmacy? Certainly not Jersey Spirits, which is a RIP-OFf and probably doesn't even have Becks!!
I know there are other liquor establishments in Jersey City, but I can only assume you live exactly where I live because of the failure of my imagination.

meetapossum

But if you're going to judge a wine based on its animal label, Toasted Head is the way to go:

alannaofdoom

@meetapossum I feel like there is a GoT reference just waiting to be made, here...

cmf406

I've been rocking the Bota Box Redvolution for months now. Not too sweet, nice French plonk, and it's way easier to recycle cardboard here than glass.

E. Dimples

My friend and I used to occasionally go out and purchase bottles of wine based entirely on the labels. If you ever encounter Big Red Monster, run away. It has an incredibly awesome label, a hilarious name if you're slightly immature like me, and is not that good. I once bought a bottle of wine because the label was a colorform pin-up girl. I still have it and it is the most amazing thing ever, even if it was outside of my usual cheap wine price range.

causedbycomma

I haave drunk many wines purchased solely for the labels. The Little Penguin, anyone? Also something called "Le Red Biceclette" or something like that which is clearly meant to be "the Red Bicycle" in Franglish, but WTF? Anyway I drank it out of the bottle and it was, um, not good.

lora.bee

One time in Victoria my ex & I went into a liquor store and asked where the Painted Turtle was, and the cashier gave us a scathing look and said, "We only carry quality wines here."

These made me laugh out loud. Please narrate my life, Jim Behrle.

chrysopoeia

There's always this, on which I am incredibly torn:

titsgrande

@chrysopoeia seriously. its really good! i would recommend the shizaz-cabernet also! francis ford coppola has great wine too! and wanyne gretzky has some coming out too...must try!

Poubelle

@titsgrande okay, but what's the Gretzky wine gonna cost? I am concerned based on what I just learned about Canadian wine pricing upthread.

titsgrande

@Poubelle looks like its startes at $13.95 CAD and goes up to $24.95 CAD. In Canada I cant find a good bottle of wine for less than $13. And thats only when Apothic Red is on sale (pretty much all the time!). I miss being in the UK and drinking wine equivalent to $8 and it being great!

Tenar

Why is it that if the subject is wine, otherwise thoughtful and intelligent people will trumpet their ignorance and then expect to be patted on the back for it? There is plenty of $10-$15 wine out there that is (1) delicious, (2) not boring, and (3) good for the planet, the community it comes from, and even you! Some of this wine is even made by very cool, interesting people who practice gruelingly difficult low-intervention agricultural and winemaking methods and still don't charge very much at all for their wine! It is not any more snobby to go and find out about it than to learn about what sort of music or books or TV you like.

cupcake

Two words - Grocery Outlet. Not sure if you have one there but if you do it will change your wine drinking life. Of course I do live within a 50 mile radius of Napa so that may be an advantage

Coo'ella Devillio

I can't really get past the fact that the author is in the midst of a relapse...

Racing Snail

@powermollusk Thank you! I can't believe we're all just chatting about wine now with no regard to the context...?

Brunhilde

@Racing Snail He didn't say he quit drinking because he was an alcoholic. Some people just decide not to drink for a while, and then decide to drink again after that little while.

Racing Snail

@Brunhilde In that case most people don't refer to it as a "relapse". And if that's the case and he's calling it a relapse in a tongue-in-cheek way, I think that's not in very good taste, considering for some people a relapse could... you know, kill them.

LastMinuteLulu

My favorite cheap wine has become Casal Garcia vinho verde. It's about $7, is refreshing, and, most importantly, it gets the job done.

tea sonata

"fuck you, corks."

My thoughts exactly.

Oliver St. John Mollusc

The cork rant reminded me of how my roommate yesterday was like "I just want to be drunk with power, not deal with bullshit!" and I thought that was the best thing ever.

windmm

Do not drink too much!

Slutface

@windmm Your profile picture combined with that comment is THE BEST.

Poubelle

Man, I would hope the dude with a Wino Forever tattoo would pick decent wine.

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