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From a winery with a track record for good value comes this well-priced Sauvignon Blanc. Round and easy to like, with plump peach, tangy citrus, anise and stewed apple tones carrying through the finish. Drink now. 50,000 cases made. Best Buy.
This red blend from Australia comes from a winery with a wide portfolio that offers consistent quality. Light, almost crisp in texture, with pretty blackberry and floral aromas and flavors that echo nicely on the finish. Drink now through 2003. 10,000 ca —Harvey Steiman
Well priced, and easy to find, this full-bodied Spanish white is right on time for summer sipping. Rich and smooth, it offers almond, pear and creamy flavors, with enough acidity for balance. Bigger in body than flavor, but distinctive and appealing. Drin —Thomas Matthews
Bodega Nekeas is one of Spain's better value wineries. This inexpensive red blend is expressive, with alluring aromas of cassis, black cherry and licorice mingle with smoky, toasty oak notes, framed by well-integrated tannins in this balanced red. It has —Thomas Matthews
Nicolás Catena's Bodegas Esmeralda leads the way for Argentinean wines, thanks to their large-scale production, moderate prices, and consistent quality. This Malbec shows cinnamon and spice aromas, with blackberry and chocolate flavors. Sweet, berry —James Molesworth
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