If you're like me, you're glued to your grill most of the year, cooking up delicious and tasty meats. One can work through a lot of wine out there on the deck, so it's imperative that my wines behave nicely with my pocketbook. Therefore, when I find a great quality-to-price ratio, I like to shout it from the rooftops. The 2010 Hahn GSM is one of those. The blend of 64 percent grenache, 34 percent syrah and 4 percent mourvedre yields plenty of jammy black fruit and yummy wood vanilla. Full and coating on the palate, it's a delicious little gem. Costs about $16.
-- Mike McVittie reviews wines available locally