When you think of where to get fine wines, your mind likely doesn't immediately go to Sam's Club. The big-box store is perfect for stocking up on cleaning supplies and buying delicious hot dogs, but wine? As it turns out, they know what they're doing over there at , and your wallet will love the price point.
recently gave the Member's Mark Riesling an 89 point rating, remarking on the "juicy, fruity enjoyment," it offers, "calibrated with hints of minerality and revitalizing freshness." The reviewer, contributing editor Anna Lee C. Iijima, called it easygoing but zesty, and noted the apricot and tangerine flavors.
"The finish is brisk but clean," Iijima wrote. "Drink now."
The bottle sells for a cool $10.48, and is really like getting two bottles in one — each bottle is 1.5 L, whereas most bottles you'd pick up are 750 mL. Plus, in comparison to related wines with similar ratings, it's about $5 less for a much bigger bottle.
The fruity white has a 9.5% ABV, and according to the store, pairs well with seafood, creamy pasta, spicy dishes, and poultry. It can be found at any , along with other Member's Mark bottles like Sangria, a Cabernet and a Red Blend. Earlier this year, the drew attention for its 92-point Beverage Tasting Institute rating.