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Though Chile's strong suit lies with its reds, this Sauvignon Blanc from Echeverria is very good and worth tracking down. It has pretty floral notes on the nose, with lemon peel and chamomile flavors and a bright, zesty finish. Nicely done. Drink now. 12, —James Molesworth
From one of Chile's largest producers comes this fine Chardonnay value. Has ripe pear, apple and toast flavors, with a round, juicy palate and finish. What Chardonnay lovers crave. Drink now. 20,000 cases made. Best Buy. —James Molesworth
This traditional Chilean producer doesn't offer a lot of bombastic fruit or new oak. It does provide subtle wines, such as this Chardonnay, which shows a smoky note weaving through the MacIntosh apple, honeysuckle and vanilla flavors. The round finish lin
France's vast southern Pays d'Oc region can sometimes turn up terrific values. This Merlot-Cabernet blend is fresh-tasting, with nicely defined flavors of red plum, berry and ripe cherry, which linger with peppery notes on the finish. Drink now. 15,000 ca —Kim Marcus
The Coteaux du Languedoc appellation -- and in particular the wines from the Pic St.-Loup part of the Coteaux -- offer some of the Languedoc's top reds. This is an elegant and high-powered red that caresses with lovely flavors of cherry, plum and spice. I —Kim Marcus
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