Jim Harrison was recently quoted in Food & Wine Magazine as saying, “The best bottle of wine of my own I ever opened was a ’53 Romanee-Conti.  That was exquisite.  These days, I order a lot of the Domaine Tempier Bandol or inexpensive Brouilly.  My wine drinking changed a bit when I stopped writing screenplays, because the wallet wasn’t full, and so I went to drinking a lot of Côtes du Rhône.  I don’t have a Burgundy income anymore.”  We agree with Harrison, it’s hard to go wrong with a Côtes du Rhône, no matter your budget.