There's plenty of lemon, lime and orange rind character in this Tuscan Chardonnay. Medium body. Fresh finish. Drink now. Well-priced and should be easy to find. 9,000 cases made. —James Suckling
Fetzer is a winery known for producing value-oriented wines, and they've hit the mark again with this offering. Bright raspberry and blueberry flavors and toasty notes make this Zin a tasty choice. Its low price and drink-now style make it a savvy choice. —James Laube
Here's a solid little Cabernet value from Chile. Sweet and toasty, with easy-drinking juicy plum and currant flavors that pick up some nice grip on the finish. Drink now. 25,000 cases made. —James Molesworth
From a well-established Chilean winery comes another solid little value. Quite smoky, with a slight roasted bell-pepper note. This medium-weight Cab is fresh enough to enjoy with fall barbecue fare, and its affordability makes it a good choice for social —James Molesworth
From a California winery known primarily for its Cabernet, comes this appealing, value-oriented blend of Zinfandel, Petite Sirah and other grapes. Tasty and fragrant, with jasmine, orange peel, cinnamon and strawberry notes and a lingering finish. Drink n —James Laube
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