A food friendly, well balanced red priced under $20.
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White burgundy needn't cost an arm and a leg—if you know where to look.
This brisk, graceful Riesling from New York's Finger Lakes possesses a complexity that belies its years.
This beauty from Sonoma has a perfect Burgundy nose: dark-ish fruit, cherry, a little chocolate.
Cousiño-Macul Sauvignon Gris pairs well with seafood and is perfect for late summer evenings.
Hailing from Argentina, this delicious and affordable summer white has a balance of tart, fresh, and tropical flavors — a great wine for a spicy Asian meal, particularly one enjoyed outdoors.
Beach-friendly fruit aromas of rosé give way to richer, more savory flavors, with hints of dried cherry and a touch of sea breeze and salted hazelnut in the Tibouren Clos Cibonne Côtes de Provence Rosé Cuvée Spéciale des Vignettes 2009 that is perfect for the holidays as an accompaniment with Thanksgiving turkey or Christmas goose.
Rich, full-bodied pinot gris from Alsace is a perfect white wine for winter.
The world's oldest wine culture produces some of its strangest, most wonderful bottles.
Full of spicy, briary flavors, this harmonious zinfandel is a good partner for south-of-the-border dishes.
Champagne is a must-have on New Year's Eve: try dressing it up with elderflower liqueur, mint, and cucumber, for a sweet and refreshing cocktail.
The wines of Western Australia are a world apart from their compatriots.
Pecorino is an old, indigenous Italian white wine grape and produces bright, lively citrus-flavored wines.
A Chianti of lush, intense fruit with a palate cleansing finish.
This California merlot's fruit flavors and supple texture prove deliciously enticing.