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Cheap Good Wine 2006 Vintages

Aliwen Reserva Sauvignon Blanc 2006 Bottle

Another exceptionally cheap wine, this Chilean Sauvignon Blanc is very crisp, with citrus and grass notes. At eight dollars, a wine perhaps does not have to live up to the same standards of even its $15 brethren, but don’t let that scare you away from this cheap treat. Pairs well with fettuccine Alfredo.

Winery: Undurraga Winery
Vintage: 2006
Type: White
Variety: Sauvignon Blanc
Region: Maipo Valle, Chile

Wolf Blass Yellow Label Shiraz 2006 Bottle

Australian’s love their screw top wine, and who can really blame them? Sure it makes you look way less badass and not at all James Bond like, but you could open the bottle with your toes if necessary. Wolf Blass generally makes fantastic wines for the money and this is no exception, being probably the best screw top Shiraz around. Full bodied and pairs well with a big chunk of American red meat.

Winery: Wolf Blass
Vintage: 2006
Type: Red
Variety: Shiraz
Region: Australia

Veramonte Primus 2006 Bottle

This Red Blend Bordeaux is 36% Cabernet Sauvignon, 31% Syrah, 17% Merlot, and 16% Carmenere. It has a deep, dark red color, with a nose of blackberry and dark fruit, and is smokey and meaty on the tongue. Great if you love Carmenere, and pairs well with Pizza and Italian food.

Winery: Veramonte
Vintage: 2006
Type: Red
Variety: Bordeaux Red Blend
Region: Chile
Ratings: Wine Enthusiast – 90 Points

Sylvester Cabernet Sauvignon 2006

Sylvester Cabernet Sauvignon 2006 Bottle

I love geese and I love wine, so this cab from the Sylvester Winery in central California had a lot to live up to. I’m glad to say that the smooth blackberry and plum notes, coupled with a hint of oak and cedar did not disappoint.

Winery: Sylvester Winery
Vintage: 2006
Type: Red
Variety: Cabernet Sauvignon
Region: Paso Robles, California
Price: $11.99

Bodega Colome Amalaya 2006

Bodega Colome Amalaya 2006 Bottle

Rated 90 by Wine Spectator, this delicious wine is a mixture of 55% Malbec, 25% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Syrah, 5% Tannat and 5% Bonarda, which results in a pleasantly spicy and fruity taste.

Winery: Bodega Colome
Vintage: 2006
Type: Red
Region: Argentina
Price: $11.99 for a limited time

Angove’s Red Belly Black Chardonnay 2006

Angove’s Red Belly Black Chardonnay 2006 Bottle

James Halliday of Australian Wine Companion gives this Chardonnay a 92 point rating. A citrus and peach nose complements the nectarine, lemon and spicy oak flavor.

Winery: Angove’s
Vintage: 2006
Type: White
Variety: Chardonnay
Region: South Australia
Price: $7.99 for a limited time

Grifone Sangiovese di Romagna Riserva 2006

Grifone Sangiovese di Romagna Riserva 2006 Bottle

A fruity, herb and peppery palate with soft tannins distinguishes this wine from other Sangioveses, especially in this price range. Pairs superbly with chicken and red meat, as well as with hard cheeses. This excellent wine is only available in limited quantities, so act now!

Vintage: 2006
Type: Red
Variety: Sangiovese
Region: Emilia-Romagna, Italy
Price: $11.75

Roshambo Carignane 2006

Roshambo Carignane 2006 Bottle

From the Rock Paper Scissors winery that loves to put the fun back in wine, the 2006 Roshambo Carignane is a hit. With its cherry and raspberry notes, this wine goes great with chicken or cheesecake. Get yours now before I ro sham bo you for it.

Winery: Roshambo
Vintage: 2006
Type: Red
Variety: Carignane
Region: Alexander Valley, California
Price: $12.99

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