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Here's another New Zealand Sauvignon that showcases the region's signature style. Open-textured and refreshing for its full-throttle fruit, this well-priced offering centers on pear and peach, picking up hints of lime and parsley. Drink now. 50,000 cases —Harvey Steiman
Like a spoonful of chocolate pudding. Thick, rich and delicious, this is a caressing wine, with sweet tannins offering plenty of fruit, harmony and full-bodied texture. Not a serious red, but long, fruity and delectable -- and look at the price! Drink now —Per-Henrik Mansson
This family owned winery uses their Long Flat vineyard to produce this blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz and Malbec. Supple and cushiony, with pretty plum and berry flavors and a round frame, echoing softly on the finish. Drink now through 2003. 40,000 —Harvey Steiman
Here's an Australian Shiraz ideal for fall drinking at an easy-going price. Smooth and polished, with pretty plum and currant flavors, picking up a lovely strawberry note on the velvety finish. Drink now through 2005. 35,000 cases made. Best Buy. —Harvey Steiman
Here's an interesting, medium-bodied red, with earthy and smoky plum and berry character upfront, followed by a mineral, almost salty aftertaste. Firm backbone. Needs good, hearty Tuscan food. Good value. Best after 2002. 10,000 cases made. Best Buy. —James Suckling
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