Walmart's Fancy New Line of Wines Costs Just $10 a Bottle

Watch out, Trader Joe's.

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Attention, shoppers: Walmart is having a special on Aisle Wine. The chain just debuted a "Winemakers Selection" collection that features a wide variety of high-quality wines that are ridiculously cheap, ranging from $10 to $16 per bottle. This is not a drill.

The collection can be viewed in its entirety , but it's only available for purchase in stores. According to , they're not sold everywhere, but more than 1,000 Walmart retail stores have them in stock.

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The ten bottles in the collection feature wines from different regions of the world, including Italy, France, and California. The wines are a Chianti reserva, a Chianti classico, a Tuscan sangiovese, a red blend with four different Italian grapes, a French sparkling rosé, a grenache, a grenache rosé, a syrah, a cabernet franc, and a lone Californian blend — a cabernet sauvignon from Paso Robles, reports.

Walmart senior buyer Nichole Simpson told that even though the upscale wines have low prices, they "drink like a $30 to $40 bottle of wine." So you'll feel fancy even without the fancy prices.

Walmart gets fancy with own line of wines

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The announcement is a great way for Walmart to get into the inexpensive wine game. Just last week, noted, Target added a $5 rosé to its . And Trader Joe's, which is famous for its Two-Buck Chuck, already has a long line of budget-friendly vinos, that include a Terrain Vineyards California red blend for $3.99, a Blue Fin California moscato for $4.49, and an Emma Reichart pinot noir rosé for $4.99. So everyone's wallets win in the end.

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