Whencustomers enter TWH for thevery first time, they often inquire aboutwhat it is that we do and how we go about sourcing the wines to put in the bins that line our sales floor. While there are no general, party-line answers to those questions, there isone major criterionthat isconsistently present in our wines,whether they’re $10 per bottle or $200: Value. As in,“Is this worth it?” To a Pomerol collector with a much larger wine budget than mine, the2012 Vieux Chateau Certan is a great wine from a great producer that isevery bit worth its $168.98 price tag. Oh how I would love to taste this wine 10 years from now. To a Dogpatch neighbor who walks their dog every afternoon and occasionally pops in forgood, inexpensive dry white wine, we have several to choose from. One such white wine,not to be missed, would be the2014 Montravel Blanc from Château Calabre.