Why You Should Be Buying Your Wine From Target

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If wine isn't one of the things making its way into your grocery cart every time you make a Target run, then you're really not shopping right. Even if you're a die-hard Trader Joe's Two Buck Chuck enthusiast, there are still plenty of reasons to buy wine at Target, too. While the Trader Joe's bottles might be a little cheaper, you'll still get a great deal if you know which wines to buy at Target (via Delish).

Back in 2017, Target actually launched its very own line of wines, California Roots, and the company is still carrying on. The Target brand of wine comes in almost every major varietal you could hope for, including a Cabernet, a red blend, a Moscato, a Pinot Grigio, and of course, a Chardonnay. The best part is that the bottles only cost $5 each (via Target); and if you're looking for an easier way to buy in bulk, Delish states that Target has you covered too.

You'll end up saving more than you realize buying wine at Target

If you prefer to pick up more than a bottle or two of wine at a time when you're buying, then you absolutely need Target's Wine Cube in your life. In addition to the bottles, the retailer also sells its own boxed wine, known as Wine Cube. Each cube is a three-liter box of wine, essentially holding the same amount as four regular bottles. Thrillist states that Wine Cube comes in Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay, Pink Moscato, Pinot Noir, and a red blend. Plus, the brand appears to offer some (smaller) bubbly options as well. But the best part of all is that each Wine Cube is only $17.99, which is like buying four bottles of wine for less than $5 a bottle. It doesn't get much better than that (via Target).

These wines are great for so many things. You can use them for parties or large gatherings, as your personal stash, or to make wine-based drinks like spritzers or sangria. So, stop by Target as soon as you can and stock up with its great wine deals — you definitely won't regret it.