In wine, you sometimes get what you pay for. But sometimes, a winegrowing region isn't as well known as it should be, and is undervalued in the market, so you can get an especially good deal on wines that cost less than they should. What wine regions are under the radar enough to keep prices low? What wine regions have lower prices because people can't read the foreign words on the labels?
Which bottles should we be buying now because they offer really good wine for not too much dough? We asked 14 sommeliers for their advice on budget-friendly wine regions to seek out. Here's what they had to say.
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