New York Times Recent Recommendations

"The great intersection of quality and value in wine occurs in the $15- to $25-a-bottle range. Here, you can find wines that are not merely sound or decent but fascinating, without breaking the bank..." wrote New York Times wine writer Eric Asimov to introduce his recent article which points to 20 high quality wines for under $20. The article title notes that each of these bottles is "Worth the Search." In the past, Eric has written that his readers often complain about the difficulty in finding some of his suggestions. Empire Wine has three of these bargains in stock, for dollars less than the prices listed in the article. Some are extremely limited so stock up on Eric's recommendations before they sell out for good!

Bedrock Wine Co 'Shebang!' Red Eighth Cuvee NV
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Best of 2014: Greatest Value Wines of the Year "This is becoming one of the hottest red wine values in California. Made by Bedrock Winery‚Äôs Morgan Twain-Peterson. This killer offering admirably demonstrates what field blends of Mediterranean varietals and old vines can achieve in California. Drink

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