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Ripe, round and velvety Shiraz, with spice, pepper and bay leaf notes weaving through the rich blueberry and plum flavors that last impressively on the rich finish. Best $10 red from Australia since the early days of Rosemount's Diamond Label. Drink now t —Harvey Steiman
Made from the Tannat grape, the southwest French appellation of Madiran offers big, muscular reds. Medium-bodied, with plum, cranberry and tobacco aromas and flavors, and mineral notes on the finish, this co-op wine offers enjoyable drinking at an everyda —Kim Marcus
Here's a seriously good rosé that would be perfect to start off that big Thanksgiving meal with. Even tannic and rich, like a red, with plenty of character, it's clean and balanced. A rare gem in the wine world, where blush wines are often nondescript. M —Per-Henrik Mansson
A high-toned, medium-bodied red from southern France, with plenty of enticing cherry and spice flavors, this is a solid choice -- ready to drink, at a reasonable price. Drink now. 6,000 cases made. —Kim Marcus
Who says you have to pay big bucks for a good sparkling wine? This affordable version is round in the mouth, with ripe flavors of cherry, red currant and fig. Starts with a bit of sweetness that carries through the finish. Good availability, too. Drink no —James Laube
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