Thursday, July 30, 2009

Affordable Wines Interesting To Drink

Eric Asimov, the NYT's wine columnist, had a piece in May listing drinkable wines in his idea of the sweet spot of wine prices: $10 to $20.

He cites some Oregon Pinot Gris, a couple of California sparkling wines, a rose, a Long Island Pinot Blanc, and only a couple of reds. He remarks, in fact, on how hard it was to find "interesting" reds at this price.

The only wines his lists that I've drunk -- or even heard of -- are the two sparklings. But worth a look.

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