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Brisk, firm, textbook Loire Sauvignon Blanc with gooseberry, nettle, chamomile and mineral notes. Good balance and harmony. A fine example of its type for so few dollars. Drink now. 12,000 cases made. —Bruce Sanderson
Tart citrus, honey, apple and baked pear tones integrate nicely with toasty oak flavors in this yummy and budget-friendly Sauvignon. Drink now. 90,000 cases made. —James Laube
This firm, focused Syrah from the south of France tastes Pinot-like, with red cherry flavors that linger with notes of cinnamon and spice on the finish. It's a steal at the price. Drink now. 20,000 cases made. —Kim Marcus
This California white is both flavorful and value-priced. It's tangy and refreshing, with passion fruit, grapefruit and lime flavors that wrap together in a crisp finish. Drink now. 54,000 cases made. —James Laube
Lively in the mouth, with flavors of raisins, dried currants and roasted herbs, highlighted by modest tannins. A very good Zin at a hard-to-argue-with price. Drink now through 2005. 86,000 cases made. —James Laube
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