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“Just because you’re on a budget, you don’t have to sacrifice having a bottle of great tasting wine to go along with your meal. In fact, a wine doesn’t necessarily have to be expensive to be considered a quality wine,” said Arindam. “Nowadays, most of the new world wines – Australian, New Zealand, Chilean, or Argentinean – are very affordable,” he said.
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The wine expert points that price should not be the only gauge of wine being considered “good” or “not good”.
“Look at the vintage, the house where it comes from, and the grape variety,” advised Arindam. “Go by these yardsticks, rather than the price as a yardstick. I don’t think that’s the correct measure of the quality of a wine.”