Executive Wine Editor Ray Isle picked these exceptional bargain bottles from F&W’s Wine Guide.
Aging in stainless steel keeps this southern Rhône red’s focus on juicy, ripe plum flavors.
Tangy berry flavors define this charming entry-level Sangiovese.
2014 Bibi Graetz Casamatta Toscana ($12)
Made from Sangiovese, Graetz’s entry-level red is a super value, with lush, energetic plum and cherry flavors.
Made from young vines, this overachieving, unoaked red brims with juicy red fruit and food-friendly acidity.
Named for a 19th-century plow invented in South Australia, this fresh wine is berry-driven.
A light, easy-drinking, berry-driven red that’s great with food.
Grapes from Wrattonbully and Langhorne Creek contribute to this fleshy Shiraz marked by chocolate and black cherry.
A supple, invigorating blend of Sangiovese and Cabernet.
A supple, juicy Zin with expressive root beer and red plum flavors layered with notes of oak.
2014 Foxglove Paso Robles Zinfandel ($14)
The juicy wild berry and herb flavors in this great-value Zinfandel finish with tart acidity.
A blend of Syrah, Grenache, Cinsaut and Cabernet, this elegant rosé is marked by strawberry and watermelon flavors.
With soft red currant flavors and a subtle sweetness, this is an immensely drinkable rosé.
2016 Indaba Western Cape Chenin Blanc ($10)
Lemon-lime and herb flavors mark this refreshing white.
This low-priced gem is packed with green apple and citrus.
This zesty, always delicious white offers exuberant lime, sweet melon and grass flavors.
A great value; full of satiny quince, nut and apple flavors.
2016 Mulderbosch Stellenbosch Chenin Blanc ($12)
Bursting with intense zesty lime and green apple flavors.
The addition of some Auxerrois contributes a bit of fruitiness to this racy, citrusy Pinot Blanc.
There’s an appealing green apple note amid citrus flavors.
A fragrant, floral blend of five grapes, with soft apricot tones.