Don't know what to get to impress your significant other? Need the perfect Galentine's Day wine? Whatever your romantic situation, V-Day is a great excuse to pop open a bottle of wine, and we've got ten in-store and online to save the day.
*Prices in-store may vary
Want bubbles but don't want to break the bank for a bottle of Champagne? This Cremant d'Alsace is the answer--perfectly easy drinking yet elegant, and just the right shade of rosé to make you believe in love all over again.
Not only is this red blend delicious but the couple who made it are essentially the Romeo and Juliet of Spain, and everyone lives. From two different leading winemaking families, they partnered up to produce this wine and
3. 2016 Reynoso Family Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc ($17.99)
Not into red wine or looking for something a little lighter to pair with dinner? Local producer Reynoso has a great medium-body Sauvignon Blanc that will stand up to food while maintaining its minerality, elevating every flavor.
4. 2013 Moshin Vineyards Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast ($22.99)
If you or your loved one is a die-hard, Sonoma County Pinot head this one's for you! Full of dark fruit and strawberry jam, locals are big fans of this winery and it's easy to see why.
5. 2017 Love Drunk Rosé ($13.99)
If being drunk in love is wrong then we don't want to be right. This jazzy little rosé from Oregon knows just how we feel, and at under $15 how can you go wrong?
6. 2016 Bokisch Terra Alta Vineyard Albariño ($16.99)
Trying to show your so how exotic you are? Try bringing them a varietal they've never heard of like Albariño! Mostly grown in Spain and Portugal, this bottle from Lodi is a rockstar for the price point and welcome change of pace.
7. 2016 Sean Minor Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast ($16.99)
If you're trying to keep it classy and show your so you're a winner, we're big fans of this Sean Minor Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir. It won both a Double Gold Medal and Sweepstakes Red at this year's SF Chronicle Wine Competition and East-West Wine Competition, respectively.
8. 2015 Temptation Zinfandel ($9.99)
If you're doing the opposite of keeping it classy, then this spicy California Zinfandel is the move. Just look at the label and tell us we're wrong.
9. 2016 Foxglove Chardonnay ($13.99)
For the die-hard Chardonnay fans, this one's for you. Supple yet elegant, this wine is full of tropically leaning fruit like peach and apricot, and is said to be one of the best values in California Chardonnay.
10. 2015 Mas Donis Old Vines Montsant ($12.99)
Mostly Grenache with some Syrah, this cuvée was specially made for the US market so you know it's here to party. Juicy yet approachable, serious and sophisticated its hard to argue with something so tasty for $13.