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The Reserve List: Keeping Wine Within Budget

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Recent sales-tax figures for 2009 show that Denverites like to drink during a recession. I believe some of my recent receipts have helped contribute to those numbers, though I have been trying to spend my booze funds more concisely.

One place that has helped me stay affordably stocked is Reserve List, a boutique shop that has made an effort to keep a reasonable price point on their shelves. (Think $8 to $25, though there are more expensive bottles.)

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Bonus: If you’re looking for recommendations, stop by the Reserve List’s free wine tastings on Thursdays from 4-7 p.m. and Saturdays from 2-7 p.m.

Here are a few staff favorites for $15 or under:

Red: Angeline Pinot Noir ($15) and Castle Rock Willamette Valley Pinot Noir ($14)

Rosé: Chateau Haut Rian Rose ($12)

White: Marqués de Cáceres White Rioja ($10)

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