Wines that won't break the bank

Wines on a budget

Here are a few favorite wines for less than $15 from the people we interviewed:

Simon Cocks of Larchmont Village Wine Spirits & Cheese: NV Anton Ohlig Sekt Rosé Extra-Trocken, "50 N" (German sparkling rosé), $14.99; 2009 Hubert Rousseau Gros Plant du Pays Nantais (French white), $13.99; 2009 Monte dos Perdigöes Alenteja DO, Tapada do Barao (Portuguese red), $11.99.

223 N. Larchmont Blvd., Los Angeles; (323) 856-8699 (no website).

•Kyle Meyer of Wine Exchange: 2009 Tarima Monastrell (Spanish red), $6.99; 2007 Cantina Zaccagnini Montepulciano d'Abruzzo (Italian red), $11.99; 2008 Aguinon de Abeja Malbec (Argentine red) $8.99.

1500 E. Village Way, No. 2364, Orange; (714) 974-1454;

•Randy Kemner of Wine Country: 2009 Francois Chidaine Touraine Sauvignon Blanc (Loire white), $11.99; 2009 Domaine Dupeuble Beaujolais (French red), $13.99; 2005 Conde de Valdemar Rioja Crianza (Spanish red), $9.99.

2301 Redondo Ave., Signal Hill; (562) 597-8303,

•Jim Knight of the Wine House: 2008 Chateau de St. Cosme Côtes du Rhône "Les Deux Albion" (French red), $14.99; 2004 Mas de la Deveze Côtes du Roussillon Villages "Vielles Vignes" (French red), $14.99; 2009 Les Halos de Jupiter Costières de Nimes (French red), $13.99.

2311 Cotner Ave., Los Angeles; (310) 479-3731;

— Patrick Comiskey

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