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'Tis the season to enjoy a refreshing glass of white wine and Justin Vineyard's Sauvignon Blanc ($14) is so lovely on a hot summer day, with notes of peach, guava and ripe lemon; justinwine.com.
If you're looking for summer in a bottle, look no further than Mirassou Moscato ($12) which boasts bright, fruit aromas like orange blossom and pineapple and is widely available nationwide; mirassou.com.
As Lisa Vanderpump likes to remind us, "Life isn't all diamonds and rose, but it should be." Jean Luc Colombo Rose ($12.99) pairs beautifully with apps, fish, poultry and vegetarian dishes for your next summer soiree.
It may be summer but you’re not willing to give up your red wine? No problem! If you’re looking for a blend that will be light on your waistline and your wallet, Skinnygirl California Red Blend ($8.99) is your perfect match; skinnygirlcocktails.com.
Grilling up seafood this weekend? Then get your hands on a bottle of 14 Hands 2013 Pinot Gris Washington State ($12) with touches of green apple, melon and light notes of honeysuckle; 14hands.com.
Get your bubbly on without going brok with Lunetta Proscco ($12.99), a dry sparkling wine with crisp fruit flavors; palmbay.com.
Sink your teeth into a burger, then sip Casillero del Diablo Cabernet Sauvignon ($12), a medium-bodied red with cherrybright , black currant and dark plum aromas; casillerodeldiablo.com.
Suckers for anything pink, Little Black Dress Divalicious Pink Pinot 2012 ($11) caught our eye immediately and doesn't disappoint. It's Pinot Grigio based paired with strawberry and citrus make it light and refreshing; lbdwines.com.
Gainey 2012 Estate Sauignon Blanc ($15) contains notes of fresh honeydew melon, bright citrus and some subtle earthy aromas,, making it a vibrant choice for seafood, poultry and salads; gaineyvineyard.com.
Mionetto Prosecco Brut DOC ($14.99) is the real deal—produced in the heart of the Prosecco region of Italy. The clean dry finish of this sparkling wine is divine and for the price it can't be beat; mionettoproseccousa.com.
Fashionstas, your minds are about to be blown. Viama Collezione Privata Rosso ($15) is the equivalent of two bottles of wine in a box...shaped like a purse! If the packaging isn't enough to reel you in, the bouquet of red berries and currant should seal the deal; mionettoproseccousa.com/viamawines.
Looking to add a little red, white and blue to your backyard barbecue? Chateau Ste. Michelle Merlot ($15) has you covered with the red. Black cherry, leather and spice are layered with rich dark red fruits to produce this bottle of deliciousness; ste-michelle.com.
If grilled portobello mushrooms or barbecue pork is on the menu, try 14 Hands Hot to Trot Red Blend ($12) which predominantly includes a mix of merlot, syrah and cabernet sauvignon; 14hands.com.
Sometimes your taste buds just want a a silky red, and that's when you reach for Terra Andina Malbec ($10.99), which is lovely paired with whatever you're cooking up on the grill; terraandina.com.