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Nov. 19, 2002
ODFJELL Cabernet Sauvignon Maipo Valley Armador 2001
86 points, $9
This relative newcomer from Chile is quietly establishing a solid record for value. This Cabernet has a smoky aroma, and offers bright berry fruit and sweet vanilla and spice notes that linger on the juicy finish. Drink now. 15,000 cases made. Best Value —James Molesworth
Nov. 14, 2002
BODEGAS MARQUÉS DE MURRIETA Rioja Neonato 2000
87 points, $11
This traditional bodega has just debuted this modern-styled, easy-priced Rioja. Made in a ripe, assertive style, it has rich plum, chocolate and licorice flavors that are supported by muscular tannins. A bit clumsy, but exuberant. Drink now through 2010. —Thomas Matthews
Nov. 11, 2002
BODEGAS BRETÓN Rioja Loriñon Crianza 1999
86 points, $11
This nicely priced Rioja is plump and fruity, with ripe plum and blackberry flavors on a round, soft frame, finishing with vanilla and spicy accents. Not an ager, but seductive. Drink now through 2006. 50,000 cases made. Best Values.

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Nov. 09, 2002
VIÑA MONTES Malbec Colchagua Valley Reserve 2001
88 points, $10
Winemaker Aurelio Montes has this winery at the top of Chile's heap. This value wine is tough to beat, with its inviting nose of fresh, crushed berries and spice, and likewise flavors augmented by restrained vanilla and toast. Solid medium-bodied, fleshy —James Molesworth
Nov. 06, 2002
CHÂTEAU PEYROS Madiran 1999
89 points, $14
From the southwest of France comes this dense yet supple wine, which offers dark plum, cassis and tobacco flavors, with leafy elements and hot stone notes. Powerfully tannic finish, with bittersweet chocolate nuances. Best from 2003 through 2006. 7,000 ca —Kim Marcus
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