House (Wine) Hunters: Two whites and two reds that taste much better than their low price

Last time we recommended a lineup of House Wines, it was in the form of Four tasty Italian reds from Barone di Bernaj, at $8.99 per bottle. Today we're once again hunting for great wine at great prices. This is a fairly well balanced lineup featuring two whites and two reds, all of which are rather different from one another. Serve some at your next summer party, and enjoy. Cheers!

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House (Wine) Hunters: Four tasty Italian reds from Barone di Bernaj, at $8.99 per bottle

It's been months since we last shared some good house wine recommendations in the form of a trio of Pinot Noirs last fall, but we're once again hunting for great wine at great prices so you can spend a bit less on wine by serving something that is better than its price. This lineup of Italian wines -- Barone di Bernaj -- all come from the same Sicilian producer, Madaudo. We happened into several cases that we really enjoyed. All were $8.99 per bottle when purchased by the case.

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House (wine) Hunters review three low cost / better performing Pinot Noirs from California

Today we're hunting for great wine at great prices, what we call "house wine". With fall upon us, we've decided to test out an exclusively Pinot Noir lineup, all from California to make a fairly easy time of you finding similars at the store. Pinot is great red wine choice in the Spring and Fall transition months, and is particularly well suited to almost every Thanksgiving dish. Let us know what you think.

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House (Wine) Hunters: Transitioning to refreshing summer whites and lighter reds!

Thought it may not seem so in some parts of the United States today, May is halfway through, which means we're in the transition from red wines that go with heavier food in winter, to lighter refreshing white wine options to take us through spring and summer. Today we've one white recommendation alongside two lighter reds.

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