What cheap wine was popular in the 1970s? There were large brand names such as ‘Cold Duck‘, a cheap half-red half-sparkling wine made with Concord grapes ( by André a.k.a. E&J Gallo). ‘Cold Duck’ may have been the worst offender but there was also ‘Blue Nun’, a sweet watery white wine from Germany. France was guilty too!
What wines were popular in the 70’s? Some of the best still wine producers: Quinta do Vallado, Quinta do Crasto, Luis Pato and Quinta Dos Roques. A shout out to some other stars of the 1970s: Night Train, Thunderbird, Ripple, MD 20/20 and Boone’s Farm, Cisco, Wild Irish Rose.
How much did wine cost in 1970?
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What wine was popular in the 1980s? Sweet, fruity, and pink—white Zinfandel was one of the most popular drinks of the 1980s, and consumption was heavily influenced by Sutter Home, a California winery that’s been around since the late 1940s. Delicate berry aromas are followed by flavors of strawberry, melon, and crisp acidity.