Eat and Drink National Wine Day: Wines under $20 By Brittany Hamlett-Concepcion and Diana Colapietro Updated May 25, 2016 10:26 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Happy National Wine Day! Celebrate without breaking the bank by picking up one (or more) of these wines. From merlot to chardonnay, here are 15 wines under $20. Noble Vines 1 Red Blend, 2011 Photo Credit: Noble Vines From merlot to cabernet sauvignon to zinfandel, this bottle has the reds you desire, blended to perfection. Pair with pasta, red meat and whatever your heart desires. Buy it here for $11.99. Gorgorito Verdejo, 2013 Photo Credit: Gorgorito Verdejo Hailing from the Reuda region of Spain, this white is loaded with fruity tones like grapefruit, guava and zesty citrus. It pairs well with pasta and poultry. Buy it here for $7.39. The Dreaming Tree Crush, 2013 Photo Credit: The Dreaming Tree Try this oaky Californian red blend to wind down after dinner. Full of berry-like flavors and a smooth finish, you'll be tempted to sip this and roast some chestnuts by an open fire. Buy it here for $10.99. Jam Jar Sweet Shiraz, 2015 Photo Credit: Jam Jar Don't wait until dessert to have something sweet. Sip on this Shiraz, and you won't even care about saving room for that coconut custard pie. Buy it here for $11.99. Carletto Ricco Rosso Marche, 2013 Photo Credit: Candoni De Zan Wines This Italian blend features sangiovese, merlot and cabernet sauvignon and boasts rich black cherry, plum and blackberry flavors. Buy it here for $10.95. Dark Horse Pinot Noir, 2014 Photo Credit: Dark Horse This California pinot is filled with notes of cherry and strawberry and a rich velvety texture. Pair it with red meat or pasta dishes. Buy it here for $7.99. Torresella Nero d'Avola, 2012 Photo Credit: Torresella Wines Straight from Sicily, this earthy and spicy red pairs well with red meat and tomato-based pasta dishes. Buy it here for $18.99. Fantini Cerasuola d'Abruzzo Rosé, 2014 Photo Credit: Farnese Vini If you're not fond of reds or whites, try a rosé. Although usually reserved for when you're "feeling summertime fine," give rosé a try during the holidays. Bright pink with hints of strawberry, this pairs very well with charcuterie. Buy it here for $10.99. Gnarly Head Old Vine Zinfandel, 2013 Photo Credit: Gnarly Head If you're dying to impress your in-laws, don't fret. This is a red blend of the zinfandel, syrah, merlot and malbec, which pairs well with all of the spices at the table like that delicious gloved ham. Buy it here for $11.99. Troublemaker Blend 9 Photo Credit: Hope Family Wines This red wine blend features syrah, grenache, zinfandel, petite sirah and mourvèdre and boasts sweet fruity flavors. Buy it here for $17.99. Vina Mayor Crianza Ribera del Duero, 2010 Photo Credit: Vina Mayor If there are spicy dishes being served, this is the perfect wine to pair them with. The dark ruby red is oaky yet smooth. Buy it here for $11.99. Noble Vines 667 Pinot Noir, 2013 Photo Credit: Noble Vines This red boasts aromas of black cherries and vanilla. It can be paired with salmon or grilled lamb. Buy it here for $14.99. Carletto Montepulciano D'Abruzzo, 2013 Photo Credit: Candoni De Zan Wines This red is made from Montepulciano grapes grown in the Abruzzo region in central Italy. It boasts cherry and spicy aromas and pairs well with soups, cheeses, meats and spicy sauces. Buy it here for $7.99. Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec, 2012 Photo Credit: Terrazas de los Andes This Malbec hails from Argentina and boasts fruity notes of blackberry, cherry and plum. It compliments beef, lamb or pork and goes well with root veggies. Buy it here for $16.99. Noble Vines 337 Cabernet Sauvignon, 2012 Photo Credit: Noble Vines This little red hails from California and boasts aromas of black cherry, ripe currant and fresh herbs. It can be paired with poultry like roasted pork loin or baked chicken. Buy it here for $14.99. By Brittany Hamlett-Concepcion and Diana Colapietro Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.