Cheapism.com. Have you heard about it? The New York Times calls it the
They have separate lists for their choices of red, white, and sparkling wines. (Cheap champagne – meaning under $20 or so – by the strictest definition, doesn’t exist; champagne must be produced in very certain ways to be technically classified as a champagne rather than a sparkling wine, but they’re effectively the same thing.)
Cheapism notes that studies have found often the price of a wine muddles people’s enjoyment of it – but just because a wine is mass-produced doesn’t mean it still can’t have the qualities and flavors of a premium wine. Drink up!