Our Fall value issue helps you find the best deals from around the world with our largest group of bargains ever, priced from $4 to $20.
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500 Great Buys - From the thousands of acres of California Chardonnay to the vast vineyard realms of southern France and Italy to the rapidly expanding growing regions of the Southern Hemisphere, there’s a glut of fine wine flowing onto the market, providing wine lovers with exciting wine-buying opportunities
WineSpectator.com: Always on the hunt for a bargain? Website members can browse our frequently updated lists of Top Values, high-scoring wines at great prices; and Easy Finds, inexpensive, quality wines made in large quantities; and Wineries for Value, producers that have made the most values.
Outside the Box - Rising quality and hard-to-beat prices have wine lovers rethinking the overlooked category of bag-in-box wines
In the Kitchen - Comfort food recipes to pair with value wines
Australia’s Cabernet Surge - Winemakers deliver more supple and fruity Cabernets, while Shiraz and Grenache blends continue to provide quality
Southern France - Along France’s Mediterranean coast, Bandol and the Coteaux du Languedoc lead the way with exciting reds
WineSpectator.com: BONUS VIDEO: The best-value grape you may not know: Mourvèdre. This red grape produces big, bold wines that are well-balanced and have the stuffing to age. Join Kim Marcus as he describes a pair of his favorites.
The Magician of Movia - Slovenia’s most famous vintner, Aleš Kristančič, acts eccentric, but his wines merit serious attention
Business - California issues Internet sales warning
WineSpectator.com: Keep up with breaking news as well as the people, places and happenings that wine lovers are talking about.
Savvy Shopper - Bargain Chiantis and Aussie values
Chocolate - Michael Mischer bars
Spirits - Pairing with Armagnac
Hot Spot: Montreal - Au Pied Du Cochon
Wine Auctions - Vega Sicilia Unico stands alone
Private Cellars - Wine imitates art
James Laube - Digging into the cellar
Matt Kramer - Everyone's a critic
Wine Talk - Sommelier Fernando Beteta
The Buying Guide for this issue is available here.
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