Costco Wines

The Skinny on Costco Wines

It’s no secret that Costco offers some of the best wine prices among supermarkets and wine shops. With remarkably low markups, Costco has built a reputation for providing excellent value to its customers. However, it’s important to note that the wine department at Costco can vary from store to store, depending on the demographics of the area. Generally, the more affluent the customer base, the more extensive the wine department.

While Costco does offer several wines that are available at all their stores, the real excitement lies in the ever-changing selection of wines that come and go. These wines are often offered at great prices, but once they’re sold out, they may never return. This unpredictability adds to the allure of shopping for wines at Costco. Whether you’re a wine connoisseur or an adventurous enthusiast, Costco’s wine department has something to pique your interest.

Kirkland Signature wines are good – mostly

Kirkland Signature wines are well made
Kirkland Signature wines are well made

Let’s talk about the Kirkland Signature label, which is Costco’s private label brand. I personally find most of the Kirkland Signature wines to be of high quality. They are well-crafted and offer unbeatable value for the price. Among my current favorites are the Mendoza Malbec, Rioja Tempranillo, and the Champagne. I’m not particularly fond of the Pinot Grigio and Prosecco offered under the Kirkland Signature label. Nonetheless, I have wine-loving friends who strongly disagree with me and thoroughly enjoy both of these wines.

More on Costco wine department

These are Costco wines we like now

Red Wines

White Wines

Sparkling Wine

What are the wines you like at the Costco? What wines would like to see added to our list of Costco wines?

Delicious Sauvignon Blanc – always a good buy at Costco