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The Wine Trials 2010: The World's Bestselling Guide to Inexpensive Wines, with the 150 Winning Wines Under $15 from the Latest Vintagesby Robin Goldstein and Alexis Herschkowitsch
It's no secret among my friends that I like cheap wine. But I like good cheap wine. Both the 2009 and the 2010 editions of Wine Trials have featured some wines that I have tried and found tasty. This makes me excited to try more of their suggested inexpensive and readily available wines. Oh, and I'm not above boxed wine; I'm pleased to see my favorite box wine has a place in Wine Trials 2010. Bottoms up!
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Updated for 2010 and covering 50 percent more wines, it's the breakthrough wine guide that enamored the media⎯"Devilishly delightful" (Dallas Morning News), "Everyday wine drinkers can rejoice" (Newsweek), rattled the snobs⎯"Malicious duplicity!" (Wine Spectator) ⎯and caught the attention of consumers looking to drink better wines for less.
Now the hardworking authors and editors, along with a double-blind panel of wine experts and consumers, blind-tasted wines under $15 that will be available to consumers in 2009 and 2010. The Wine Trials 2010 will reveal the 150 winners of this year's competition⎯the best wines on the market for under $15.
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