NY Times on $10 Happiness: Wine

Eric Asimov, chief wine critic for The Times, published an article this week (September 19, 2007) on great wines for $10 or less.

“HOW much do you want to spend on a bottle of wine?” He begins. “The intuitive answer, of course, is as little as possible. That stands to reason, except that the way people buy wine is anything but reasonable.”

To read the article, click here: “Happiness for $10 or Less”

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One response to “NY Times on $10 Happiness: Wine

  1. Good article, thanks. Though I am reminded of something the winemaker at Winslow Wines told me: If people were not always looking for the cheapest wines, winemakers would be in the field every day dusting their grapes (so to speak) and sparing no expense to create the most perfect wine possible.

    There should always be a place for going the extra mile.

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