WineBlueBook is a wine buying guide that compares wine ratings and price to determine value.
This month's issue features many Red Burgundy and West Coast Pinot Noir wines that were scored in the past 30 days by the wine critics.
At the high scoring end, the 2009 Château Pavie, Bordeaux St.-Emilion received a score of 97 points and at $295 is 24% of the average cost of a similar scoring Bordeaux which rates it an "Outstanding Value".
Another outstanding value this month is the 2010 Loring Wine Co, Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast Durell Vineyard which scored 95 points. It costs $44, which is 21% of the average $174 cost of a similar scoring West Coast Pinot Noir, earning its "Outstanding Value" moniker.
At the low price of $15, the 2009 Hess Collection, Chardonnay Napa Valley received an average score of 91 points and is 34% of the average $44 cost of a similar scoring West Coast Chardonnay, earning it a "Great Value" moniker.