Is Costco Kirkland wine good?

Is Costco Kirkland wine good?

If you’re a wine fanatic, you already know Costco’s Kirkland brand wines are a great value. We were impressed by the quality of Costco’s private-label wine, and that was before we took into consideration that most bottles ($5.99 to $7.99) are cheaper than a six-pack of Rainier.

What is Costco’s best selling wine?

2016 Kirkland Signature Barolo.

  • 2018 Kirkland Signature Suscol Vineyard Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon.
  • Veuve Clicquot Brut Champagne Yellow Label.
  • 2019 Kirkland Signature Stags Leap District Cabernet Sauvignon.
  • 2011 La Rioja Alta Gran Reserva 904.
  • 2018 Di Arie Break Away Zinfandel.
  • 2015 Covalli Barolo.
  • What winery makes Kirkland wine?

    An Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau registry links Kirkland Signature’s California wines to E&J Gallo Winery and its Italian wines to Ethica Wines.

    Is Costco wine any good?

    Lastly, don’t be afraid of the Costco house brand, “Kirkland Signature” wines. These are extremely high-quality wines made by excellent wineries exclusively for Costco.

    What brand is Costco wine?

    Kirkland Signature
    Kirkland Signature Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon – Quite Nice. High quality for just 10 bucks, the Kirkland Signature Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon from Costco.

    Who makes Costco Rioja wine?

    Bodegas Eguia
    The Kirkland Signature Rioja Reserva is available exclusively at Costco for $7.99. It is bottled by Bodegas Eguia and imported by Quintessential, LLC. From the bottle: Kirkland Signature Rioja Reserva is an elegant wine made from 100% Tempranillo grapes grown in the region of Rioja.

    Which red wine is best in Costco?

    Still, even the most sought after Costco red wine was sold out at those two branches, but we tracked down a bottle at the branch near Alderwood mall….Verdict: Highly recommended.

    • 2019 Kirkland Signature “Signature Series” Rutherford Cabernet Sauvignon.
    • 2020 Kirkland Signature Malbec.

    Is Kirkland brand wine good?

    Highly Recommended Kirkland Signature Wines The price is $6.99. Delicious! The Kirkland Carneros Pinot Noir 2019 Vintage was the overall scoring leader among the nine of us. This Pinot Noir has true Pinot Noir characteristics: light and fruity, with spice and delicate flavors.

    Where does Costco get its wine?

    While Costco has a well-crafted, albeit a bit small collection of wines of the world, most of the wines at Costco are sourced from wineries, rather than from a private label. Over the past ten years Costco has created their own label of wine under their ‘Kirkland Signature’ mark.

    Where is Kirkland wine from?

    You really can’t go wrong with this kind of quality at such a low price, the Kirkland Signature Columbia Valley Cabernet Sauvignon from Costco. Cabernet Sauvignon from Columbia Valley, Washington. The wine spends 16 months in American and French oak barrels.

    Who makes Kirkland Signature Malbec?

    Broquel Winery
    The Kirkland Signature Malbec is available exclusively at Costco for just $6.99. It is made by Broquel Winery, who make some tasty Malbec in their own right. It is imported by DC Flynt MW Domaines & Estates.

    Who makes Kirkland rose wine?

    Olivier Sumeire
    From the bottle: Kirkland Signature Rosé is produced in the Cotes de Provence Appellation by Olivier Sumeire, an 8th generation grape grower and vintner, whose family has been passionate about winemaking in Provence since the XIIIth Century.

    What are some good Costco wines?

    Bodega Garzon Tannat Reserve. This 100% Tannat tipple hails from Garzon in Uruguay.

  • Kirkland Signature Sonoma County Old Vine Zinfandel. Found on Costco’s shelves for only$10,this classic Zinfandel comes from the Costco home brand – Kirkland.
  • Benziger Sonoma Cabernet Sauvignon.
  • Kirkland Signature Carneros Pinot Noir.
  • What wines are available at Costco?

    The Cameron Hughes Wines available at Costco, are the best value for the dollar, all of these wines come from great “pedigree” vines and wineries.

    What are wine rating points?

    The average rating for a wine on most 100 point scale rating system is around 88. Wines with a score of 85 are considered ‘above average’ or ‘good’ and wines with a score of 90+ are considered ‘exceptional’ or ‘outstanding’.