Weekly Cheap Wine Reviews - 4th Quarter, 2011

Times are tough. Don't give up on life's little pleasures. Each and every week we will review a $10 bottle of wine, pairing it with food and cheese and give you our unbiased opinion...

You are a few clicks away from finding a wine bargain or you may save your hard-earned money by avoiding a wine that couldn't justify its seemingly low price. Our ground rules are fairly simple. Mostly importantly we are completely independent. We pay full price for any and all reviewed wines. Keep coming back, when we say once a week we mean it. And check out our French, German, and Italian wine series for wines that usually cost more than $10 for that special splurge. There's more - we now have series reviewing organic and kosher wines. So many wines, so little time and money. We can help you avoid the dogs.

A Wine Lover's Weekly Review Of $10 Wine
Revisiting A Mosel, Germany Riesling
A Colchagua Valley Chile Cabernet Sauvignon
A Rueda, Spain Verdejo
An Abruzzi, Italy Vino Novello 2011
A Central Valley Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon
A Well-Known Rhone Valley Red
An Apulia, Italy Primitivo
A Tempranillo From Northwestern Spain
A Mendoza, Argentina Pinot Grigio
A Mendoza, Argentina Malbec
A Sicilian Nero d'Avola
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