Cheap Wine That Doesn't Suck: Kamiak Windust White
That's the deal at Washington's Kamiak winery, where they blended a bit of Chardonnay, a rasher of Sauvignon Blanc, and a dash of late-harvest Sauvignon Blanc and came up with Windust White, a pleasant and agreeable wine that's both food- and wallet-friendly. (Ten bucks a bottle; tough to beat that.)
What you get for the money is a full-bodied wine with seductive spice and white peach aromas, segueing into flavors of ripe peaches and pears, with hints of fresh herbs and oak.
It would be an excellent match with Asian dishes featuring seafood and chicken or mild-flavored creamy-cheesy dishes, from fettucine Alfredo to quattro formaggi pizza.