Pure Values from SW France l Wine Spectator

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Southwestern France is known for value wines, but their distinctive grapes are less well-known. Join Wine Spectator managing editor Kim Marcus as he tastes a trio of wines that offer great value as well as the pure flavors of their grapes.

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