Best Wines at Cost Plus World Market for $12 or less.

Friends, you may find yourself at a Cost Plus World Market wondering what kind of wine you should buy (you might remember our recommendations (see below) for wines from Trader Joe’s).

Even though I don’t know the exact name of the store (is it Cost Plus or World Market or both?), they have a pretty good selection of food and wine. Here are some suggestions (in no particular order - prices are approximate):


1) Columbia Crest Vineyard 10 Red Wine ($9)

2) Concha y Toro Casillero del Diablo Carmenere ($7)

3) Coppola Rosso ($9)

4) Castle Rock Monterey Pinot Noir ($11)

5) Castle Rock Mendocino Pinot Noir ($11)

6) D’ Arenberg Stump Jump Red ($12)

7) Columbia Crest Grand Estates Shiraz ($12)

8 ) Penfolds Koonunga Hill Shiraz-Cabernet ($10)

9) Veramonte Cabernet Sauvignon ($10)


1) Kim Crawford Sauvignon Blanc ($12)

2) Veramonte Sauvignon Blanc ($10)

3) Kendall Jackson Vintners Reserve Chardonnay ($11)

4) Ferrari-Carano Fume Blanc ($11)

5) Columbia Crest Chardonnay ($9)

6) Kenwood Sauvignon Blanc ($12)

7) Via Maria Sauvignon Blanc ($12)

2 Responses to “Best Wines at Cost Plus World Market for $12 or less.”

  1. Brian says:

    Concha y Toro was a regular choice on our many excursions to the local BYOB Thai joints. Not the most complex of wines, but the price point on a magnum was just too good to resist.

  2. admin says:

    Absolutely! The Concha y Toro Frontera magnum is a great wine for the price - but doesn’t seem to possess the subtleties / complexity of some of their other wines. The Carmenere is (I think) one of their best.

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