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$10 USD Snobby Wine Words: Dark in color, tangy in flavor with a lingering finish. Full-bodied, with great Spanish terroir.

Notes: "Just make sure you don’t tell your father how much the wine cost, because he’s totally the type of person who thinks that expensive equals quality, and if you tell him this is under $8 he’ll complain that it tastes like crap even though he doesn’t know from good wine because he mostly drinks vodka anyway. Just tell him it’s French and you ordered it from a specialty shop in New York and let him be hella impressed with how refined and fancy you’ve become."

MommyJuice! (Need we say more?) Oh, except that it's DELICIOUS.

Drink When: You really need to impress someone. Notes: "It’s one of those wines that tastes way more expensive than it actually is, but here’s the kicker: even if your hostess is famed Wall Street Journal wine writer Lettie Teague herself, you can happily and proudly stand by your bottle. Why? Beringer Founder’s Estate Merlot is listed in no less than the Sotheby’s Wine Encyclopedia as “one of the very best wines” when it comes to California merlots."

MommyJuice!!! And it's delicious! $10

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