C’est possible: Good French wines for under $30

By Michael Cooper In Wine

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14th February, 2013
French wines are the most sought-after in the world, but can they also offer value? A tasting of sub-$30 French wines sold by the Glengarry chain unearthed some good buys. Willy Gisselbrecht Alsace Pinot Gris 2011 Gisselbrecht is a large, long-established producer in Alsace, the home of pinot gris. This full-bodied, dryish, finely balanced wine slips down easily, with strong, peachy, slightly spicy and honeyed flavours. $25-$28 (4/5) Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais-Villages 2010 From the region’s most famous producer, this medium-bodied, ...

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