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.
'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.
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.