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- Bucko - 10-05-2008 03:59 PM

With the economy in the toilet, many folks are looking hard for inexpensive wines. Here's three.

2005 Clayhouse Vineyard, Syrah, Paso Robles, California, $15, 2,213 cases. Here’s a value wine to buy by the case. Sporting excellent balance and silky tannins, you’ll find lovely cherry/berry fruit with a meaty undercurrent; 87/90.

2005 Estancia, Shiraz, Central Coast, California, $12. This is an excellent value wine that is made for food. The wine is understated – not your fruit bomb but rather Rhone-like in nature, with earthy, meaty fruit and delightful balance; 86/90.

2006 Kendall-Jackson, Syrah, Vintner’s Reserve, California, $12. This deeply-hued wine is underscored by blackberries, blueberries and white pepper. Fruity, polished and very approachable, this is a killer value; 86/90.


- Innkeeper - 10-05-2008 05:47 PM

Thank you very much Bucko.


- winoweenie - 10-06-2008 08:17 AM

Tankee there Herr Buckmeister. I'll pickup 1 of each of them dudies iffn' I can and put the winner in the "Daily Pile". WW