The Best Inexpensive Wines Available Now

I'm always on the lookout for good wines at a fair value. Ok so maybe cheap wines that taste expensive. Anyway, are there wines that you've had recently that you would consider a terrific value for the price? I personally enjoy the merlot and chardonnay from Clos du Bois which both cost about $14 in New Hampshire. To relax with a glass of either and listen to my music (classical and jazz) does make the early evening sit pleasingly well.
Try the petite syrah and the pinot noir from David Bruce. Both are superb and can be had for $17-$20.

Not sure what this has to do with audio . . . . but - for about 10 bucks you can get a bottle of PeachyCanyon 2001 Zinfandel (Paso Robles) Bin 113. Goes well with pizza, pasta, pistrami (sp?) and things of like ilk. "Two Thumbs Up" from everyone to whom I've serve it.

You poor fellow. Clos du Bois chardonnay is less than $10 here in Nashville, might be because ripple is a bigger seller.

Toastedhead is a bit bettr at around $15 here.
Bogle Chardonnay (California)$8.99

Columbia Crest Grand Estates (Washington) - Cab or Chard. about $12.99

Concha y Toro Marques Casa Concha (Chile) -Cab or Chard. about $14

Chateau Souverain (California) -Cab or Chard. about $14

Above are consistently good year to year.

The list could go on and on (Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Italy). Just have to shop around, and taste! :>)

J Lohr chardonnay is one I even like at about $12 a bottle.

Sawtooth chardonnay is great as well at $8, as are all their white wines.

Thanks for starting this thread. I'm sure my wife will enjoy all the recommendations.