Our specialty is finding wines priced at $10 to $15 a bottle or less, but that taste like they cost two or three times as much. We scour the newspaper ads, comparison shop across the Internet and subscribe to literally hundreds of local wine shop email newsletters to find the best prices around town, so you won't have to. And when we tell you what we've found, we try to do it in plain English. We do frequently quote the tasting notes of professional wine critics, bloggers and members of social networks who share their opinions, and sometimes the descriptions can be mind-boggling. But most of us wouldn't recognize "graphite, charcoal and truffle notes" (the famed Robert Parker's description of 2010 Lafite-Rothschild) if they walked up together, arm-in-arm and bit us on the bum. We'll try to recommend wines that are well made, well priced and have a good balance among the things most people can taste: fruit, tartness or acidity and alcohol. That's a much as the typical everyday wine drinker really needs.