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Plonkapalooza

At our fall tasting of cheap wines, three sommeliers sampled 25 reds and 25 whites, chased them with crackers, and gave us their favorites

(Aram boghosian for the boston globe)
By Stephen Meuse
Globe Correspondent / October 15, 2008

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In medieval myth, the Land of Cockaigne was every peasant's dream. Within its fabled borders, fruits ripened every month of the year and rivers of wine flowed. Centuries later, although cabernet still refuses to gush spontaneously from the earth, wine is nearly that abundant. We are experiencing a Golden Age for the little wines of the world. Never have small ... (Full article: 737 words)

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