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Owned by brothers Jean-Pierre and François Perrin of the Rhône's Château Beaucastel, La Vielle Ferme is known for producing solid values. Lots of personality in this medium-bodied, earth-driven, traditional red. Digs into the soil and comes out with th —Per-Henrik Mansson
Value hunters should be heading towards the Chile section in their local wine shop these days. This entry-level-priced offering provides dark berry fruit and spice notes that are augmented by the typical Maipo hints of loam and mint, which emerge more on —James Molesworth
This blend of Merlot and Cabernet from the south of France offers nice value. Well-rounded, with aromas and flavors of red plum, cherry and spice and a clean, crisp finish. Drink now. 14,000 cases made. Best Values. —Kim Marcus
Alexandra Marnier-Lapostolle has this winery in top form these days, producing both outstanding high-end wines and fine values such as this Cabernet. It has an inviting nose of crushed raspberry, and dark chocolate follows through on the palate, with juic —James Molesworth
One of Chile's biggest wineries, San Pedro makes an ample supply of this solid Chardonnay. Bold, with toast, pear, spice and cream notes, this full-bodied Chardonnay is open-knit, tasty and will win lots of fans. A great deal from Chile. Drink now. 20,000 —James Molesworth
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