French Reds, Oregon Pinots, White-Hot Whites and All-Around Global Bargains

Bruce Sanderson
Issue: October 15, 2010

Though not exactly the Tour de France, this selection of reds covers a lot of ground, from Saumur-Champigny, just southwest of Paris, to Minervois, near the Mediterranean. There's nothing like an affordable, well-made Pinot Noir. Oregon offers some fine examples, as does Tasmania, Australia's southernmost state. Also here's a group of whites includes a wide-ranging selection of Riesling, a variety that offers excellent value from diverse regions around the world. Here's a mix of reds from Sangiovese to Syrah that are sure to please both the palate and the wallet.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands September 13, 2010.

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