Wine of the week: 2017 Secateurs rose

Swartland, South Africa
Retail $14-$17 This intriguing wine is made from grapes from old bush vines grown at the Badenhorst Family Wines farm in South Africa's Swartland region, 40 miles north of Cape Town.

Wine of the week: 2016 Anjos Vinho Verde

Minho, Portugal
Retail $7-$8 Portugal's Vinho Verde wines are generally light, crisp, slightly spritzy and low in alcohol.

Wine of the week: 2014 Nobilo Icon pinot noir

Marlborough, New Zealand
Retail $19-$20 New Zealand's 74-year-old Nobilo winery used pinot noir grapes from 11-year-old vineyards in Wairau Valley, especially in Waihopai Valley, to make this wine.

Wine of the week: 2014 Poggio Badiola Rosso

Toscana, Italy
Retail $11-$17 In the heart of Chianti Classico lies Castello di Fonterutoli, one of Italy's most highly regarded wine producers.

Wine: 2016 Lagar de Indra Albarino

Rias Baixas, Spain
Retail $16-$19 Spain devotes more acres to viticulture than any other country and continues to develop diverse varietals and styles of wine.

Wine of the week: 2016 AIX Rose

Provence, France
Retail $17 This affordable French rose from the sub-region Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence, an Appellation d'Origine Protegee (AOP), has won the hearts of fans and stars from critics, including gold medal awards at rose competitions and selection as one of the Top 10 Provence roses by Falstaff, Germany's largest wine magazine.

Wine of the week: 2015 RouteStock 99W Pinot Noir

Willamette Valley, Oregon
Retail $25 In Oregon's Willamette Valley, RouteStock pinot noir and other grapes had a great growing year in 2014.

Wine of the week: 2014 Catena Malbec

Mendoza, Argentina
Retail $15-$25 Argentina's Mendoza province is home to 80 percent of the nation's wineries and prime vineyards.

Wine: 2015 J.L. Quinson Rose

Cotes de Provence, France
Retail $8 Rose wine initially made its mark in southern France, but in the last decade its popularity has tripled throughout the country.

Wine of the week: 2015 Laurenz V. Singing Gruner Veltliner

Niederosterreich, Austria
Retail $16 The Austrian white wine grape gruner veltliner likely dates to Roman times, but its name first appeared in the middle 1800s.

Wine of the week: 2015 Trader Joe's Reserve Zinfandel

Sonoma County, California
Retail $10 Zinfandel is a dark-skinned red wine grape largely cultivated in California.

Wine of the week: 2015 El Terrano Garnacha

Carinena, Spain
Retail $12 A popular grape from France's Rhone region, grenache, was born in northern Spain, where it goes by its original name, garnacha.

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