Here’s this month’s selection of bargain wines, priced from $9 to $16, that over-perform in value for their very reasonable price. All are a great value!
Increasingly sophisticated wine drinkers are becoming better versed in Spanish wines like tempranillo, garnacha and verdejo. Here’s a list of wines $14-$34.
Argentina’s chardonnay features tropical fruit flavors enlivened with citrus. Their balance also makes them versatile with a wide variety of foods.
Here are some red Australian wines that show restraint but capture the spicy characteristics of Australia. They are ripe, sweet and between $13-$40.
Argentina has built up a world-class wine industry in Mendoza, luring a flood of wine tourists and has been boosting foreign capital in the region.
D.C. area sommeliers spoke about Valentine’s Day choices and the recommendation for the budget-conscious romantic is a sparkling wine from Burgundy.
Portuguese wine sales are boosted by demand from the former Portuguese colony of Angola, China and some South American countries.
Here’s my list of great tasting wines under $15, because sometimes we just don’t want to spend a wad of dough to score a good vino.
The bottles on this best champagnes of 2012 list will make your celebrations quite satisfying and won’t be hard on your budget– they’re under $55.
A wine critic tasted four thousand wines in his search for the recommendable and traveled the world to find the top wines of 2012. Here’s a list.