Completely agree on one and I even get to pay a buck less. Always have some in the rack...
Is the 2007 vintage still $3.99 for you down there in the bay area?
I picked up one today for $3.99 in San Jose (and one of the Trader Joe's Cabernet's you just recommended, for $9.99, so prices aren't uniformly lower here.)
Bought a few bottles, on your suggestion. Thanks!
One of TJ's best kept secrets; IMO one of these is worth 10 two-buck-chucks. Has body, complexity and very food friendly...for a very low price $4 (in San Diego); don't understand how they can make any money at it but I'm not complaining ;-).
This one is my favorite among all the Trader Joe’s. It is light, has a nice mouth-feel and last but not the least, it is pocket friendly too. And yeah it goes with all kind of food. Even if you buy cigars, it goes well with that too.
My favorite as well. I was addicted to the Epicurio and one day they were out. At the suggestion of the wine attendant I bought the Archero and have been buying it ever since.
Just had a bottle brought to Montana from a Seattle TJs. Wow. I want a case!!!!!
By far my favorite Trader Joe's wine I've tried. I keep going back for more. It's so tasty, fruity, and drinkable. Goes with everything or drink it alone. Delicious!
Took this to a Blind Wine Tasting" at a friends and it came in 2nd to a Malbec.Love love love this wine.Annie G.
Yes, yes, yes! This one is a winner, especially at $3.99 in the Chicago North Suburbs. However, it has been unavailable frequently of late, & on my last trip to T.J.'s one of the stock guys said he thought there had been QC issues (with some stock returned to sender).
This wine is a terrific bargain, and we consume lots of it. It stands up to strong dishes - big juicy steaks, Italian meat sauces, even meat braises. But I decided to take it a step further and make a gelatin dessert with it. I sweetened the wine which brought the fruit forward, topped it with sweetened cinnamon whipped cream and chocolate shavings. What a delight!