The Best Bottled Italian Dressing, Tasted & Ranked

Organicville Italian Vinaigrette & Marinade

On the label of this salad dressing, it is stated that there is no additional salt added, and that it is described as "herbal with a hint of zest." The price was $4.99.

Kraft Zesty Italian Dressing

This Italian dressing is served over lettuce and tomatoes during celebrations. It's not subtle and is often tied to Italian dressing.

Wishbone Zesty Robusto Italian Dressing

On the surface, this dressing seems to be a close relative of Kraft. According to the label on the bottle, they "added even more garlic, oregano, and delicious Italian zestiness."

Briannas Italian Vinaigrette Dressing

This particular dressing, which is made with grated romano cheese and chopped green olives, was one of my favorites from the Briannas brand, so I had great expectations for it.

Stonewall Kitchen Classic Italian Dressing

Stonewall Kitchen claims this dressing has high-quality olive oil, tart red wine vinegar, and "just the right spices." The most expensive and calorie-dense dressing I sampled was $8.49.

Olive Garden Signature Italian Dressing

I hesitated to purchase this Olive Garden salad dressing because of PTSD from eating too many breadsticks at the Italian establishment, but I tried it.

Ken's Steakhouse Italian Dressing & Marinade

The recipe for Ken's renowned dressing, developed by Ken's mother-in-law, combines oil, vinegar, garlic, and onion. On sale, this dressing cost $2.49.

Newman's Own Family Recipe Italian

Newman's Own Italian, produced with genuine cheese, looked best in the bottle with spices on the bottom and oil on top. On sale for $4.69.