Here are four fantastic wines from tomorrow’s Vintages Release. You can also get all 53 of my Best Value Wines and Top Rated wines for red, white, rose, sparkling and dessert wines that encompass many price points, styles and regions.

It always helps to have some back-up choices in case those below are already sold out.

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2010 Michel Torino Torrontés Cuma, Cafayate Valley, Salta, Argentina

Lovely lifted white floral notes embrace a profusion of peach and pear in the core. Light as an aperitif, but also aromatic enough to pair with mild and medium curries. Terrific.

Price: $12.95
Score: 88/100
Best Value White Wine

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2011 Drylands Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, South Island, New Zealand

Terrific lime and herbal notes: vibrant, zesty and refreshing. All that a sauvignon blanc should be, plus it’s extremely versatile with food.

Price: $19.95
Score: 90/100
Top Rated White Wine

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2009 Wakefield Cabernet Sauvignon, Clare Valley, South Australia, Australia

In Australia, Wakefield uses the alternative name Taylors, in order to avoid confusion with a California winery with a similar name. A classic Aussie Cabernet. Closed with a screwcap.

Price: $17.95
Score: 90/100
Best Value Red Wine

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2008 RavensWood Zinfandel Single Vineyard Belloni, Russian River Valley, California

Black cherry liqueur with decadent richness and berry juiciness in this full-bodied red. Classically made Zinfandel.

Price: $44.95
Score: 92/100
Top Rated Red Wine

Pair with: pizza, hamburgers.

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