Just because the dollar is tanking
against the euro doesn’t mean we should forsake European wines when
hunting for bargains. Yes, we may have to pay a little more than we used
to, but that enticing $8 Minervois you bought at the start of this
decade is still a good value at $12. In my May column for Washingtonian, I give some suggestions of where to look for Europe’s best values under $20. You can find it on my newly revamped Web site, dmwineline.com.
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