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Subject: Need LBYM Wine Suggestion Date: 11/21/2011 3:38 AM
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I do not drink wine, but cook with it. Whenever I have to buy a wine, I get all flustered about it. Please help me make a good choice.

I am making a brazed short rib recipe for our pre-Thanksgiving celebration, and it calls for about 6 cups of cabernet sauvignon (tripling recipe, feeding 15 people - must buy 2 bottles of wine). I noted the sales at our local store and will list my options below. I am trying to stay around $10 per bottle, but less would be nice.

Unless noted, all wines are dated 2009


Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi $5.98

Blackstone $7.98

Dancing Bull $6.98

BV Coastal Estates $7.98

Toasted Head $9.98

Southern Hills $8.98

Redwood Creek $5.98

Ravens Wood 2008 $7.98

Ironstone $6.98

Smoking Loon $5.98

Vintage Ink 2008 $10.98

Forest Ville 2010 $3.50

Matthew Fox $3.50

Sutter Home 2010 $3.50

Mirassou 2010 (didn't mark down price...)

Turning Leaf 2010 $4.98

I have also been told Trader Joe's has a cabernet that is about $5.00. I will be down below Tuesday, and could stop by...but it would be an extra stop.

Costco has their Kirkland brand for $12.99. That place will be a zoo on Tuesday...I will go if it is really worthwhile to do so ...but really prefer not to.

So, if you were buying a wine for this recipe, which one would you choose?
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