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Top 10 Value Wines 2009

Take a moment to relax with one of the following best value wine selections for 2009. Be sure to also check out our current list of the Top 10 Value Wines.

Bottle to Buy/Price
2008 Chardonnay; $18
2007 Sauvignon Blanc; $18
2007 Riesling; $14
2006 Pleasant Valley Pink Rosé; $12
2006 Nielson Vineyard Pinot Noir; $28
2002 Il Brigante Red Wine; $20
2006 Zinfandel; $12
2006 Steel Plow Syrah; $30
2006 Sonoma Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon; $15
2006 Late Harvest Viognier; $20 (375 ml)

Long Meadow Ranch 2007 Sauvignon Blanc

Villa San-Juliette 2006 Pleasant Valley Pink Rosé

Dancing Bull 2006 Zinfandel

See the latest Top 10 Value Wines

(Updated: 08/03/11 BH)

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