Boston has lots of options for inexpensive drinkable wines besides Costco and Trader Joe’s, and Chowhounds know where the bargains are.

Bin Ends in Braintree has a knowledgeable staff and offers a limited number of wines at a discount. mwk thinks the selection of unusual liquor and craft beer is also impressive.

The Wine & Cheese Cask in Somerville is another great option, especially if it’s running one of its quarterly sales. awkwardpause has tried a “very drinkable” Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon from here that was priced at about $10 a bottle.

Other recommendations include Martignetti Liquors in Brighton, Winestone in Chestnut Hill, and the Spirited Gourmet in Belmont. For even more ideas, check out the full thread, linked below.

Bin Ends [South Shore]
236 Wood Road, Braintree
781-817-1212

The Wine & Cheese Cask [Somerville]
407 Washington Street, Somerville
617-623-8656

Martignetti Liquors [Brighton]
1650 Soldiers Field Road, Brighton
617-782-3700

Winestone [Brookline]
1160 Boylston Street, Chestnut Hill
617-264-0393

The Spirited Gourmet [Belmont]
448 Common Street, Belmont
617-489-9463

Discuss: Best places to buy cases of good wine cheap?

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