Clean, crisp style. Bright, fresh and fruity, with pineapple, apple and apricot character. Medium-bodied, with good acidity and a long finish. Where are the oysters? One of the best values in Italian white. Drink now. 41,665 cases made. Best Values. —James Suckling
Check out this fine Tuscan value. Plenty of plum and strawberry character, with just a hint of vanilla. Medium-bodied, with fine tannins and a medium finish. Best after 2004. 150,000 cases made. Best Values. —James Suckling
This value-priced line from Chile's most recognizable winery is very solid. This version is moderate in scale but has lovely purity, with cassis, red currant and vanilla flavors, fresh acidity and round, supple tannins. Easy on the toast, too. Nicely done —James Molesworth
From France's southwest comes this wine, made primarily from the Malbec grape. It's a concentrated red, with delicious red plum, raspberry and currant flavors, overlaid with a layer of spice notes. Good intensity to the tight, tannic finish. Drink now thr —Kim Marcus
This Argentinean winery is owned by the Chilean Santa Rita winery, and it is putting out some very fine value-priced wines. Herb and fur aromas sit atop plum, blackberry and mocha flavors, with a fleshy finish. A bit chunky and rustic, but solid. Drink no —James Molesworth
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