How much do u afford to pay for a bottle of good wine?
- 1 month agoFavorite Answer
I mean, I can afford a $100 if I wanted. Problem is, they aren't always the best. My favorite wine in the entire world is no more than $16 per bottle. I have had great wines that were $20 and horrible wines that were $120. The price doesn't always mean it's the best.
- Carolynn MLv 64 weeks ago
I dont drink wine. I don't even like it. My neighbor drinks it and i do know this about him -- the cheaper it is the better.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
Depends if on payday or not.
- geezerLv 74 weeks ago
I live in France and quite honestly you don't need to spend more than €5 to get a GOOD bottle of White or Rosé.
Red is different .. €10 - €12 is about right.
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- Kiss Me KateLv 71 month ago
how much can I afford to pay?? quite a bit--but the priciest wine I've purchased was a $35.00 bottle of wine from a winery--because I knew how good it was.
- CBLv 71 month ago
I can afford whatever bottle I want - but I don't value high priced bottles of wine. I find decent bottles of wine in the 9-15 usd price range to be just fine.
- LônLv 71 month ago
YOU, not u!!....Up to £20
- Anonymous1 month ago
I can get a pretty decent bottle of wine for around $6-$7. I know what I like, watch for the sales and then buy in case quantity for an additional discount.
When it comes to wine, "good" and "price" do not always go hand in hand. I could spend $30 on a bottle but would it be five times as good as my $6 bottle? I could spend $50 and get a crap bottle.
My $6 bottle could cost $12 next week when it's not on sale anymore. Would it taste twice as good when it's twice the price?
- rustbucketLv 61 month ago
You have goods wines that are reasonable and good wines that are expensive. Knowing which ones takes practice, and common sense.