Suggestions wanted for good value reds to try

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Re: Suggestions wanted for good value reds to try

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Angkor Minimart (it's cheaper at Russian Market) has a nice selection and is usually cheaper than Lucky.

I had a very respectable Italian red for $7 (1 litre 'pigout' bottle)
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Thank you all for the suggestions. :thumb:

I got a bottle of Chateau Moulin de Bel Air 2011 Médoc last night and it was quite good, complex with a fair bit going on. I will work my way through the other suggestions.
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Took a wander past Lucky's wine rack today, that Aussie wine label Yellow Tail is available at 8.80 for all varieties.
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There's a little wine shop on St. 136 that has some great Italian reds and a few whites - generally about £11-$15 (and well north) run by an amiable Italian chap. I had a cracking Montepulciano a couple of nights back that some skank ended up guzzling as soon as she realised it bore absolutely no resemblance to Spy.
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Have you ever tried the pizza there?
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Not had a chance to try it yet, mate, but if the rest of the place is anything to go by I'm sure it'll be great!
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