In the US, try Cost Plus World Market, click on Find A Store.
I bought a case of Big Block yesterday (used some of my Madd Muney). They've still got another twenty bottles or so. I might go get them too.
This is an excellent choice for everyday drinking and proves that you don't have to settle for schwag wine like Two Buck Schmuck or plonk like Glen Ellen to save money. That didn't used to be as true.
In the words of Robin Garr.....
Plonk, after all, doesn't mean merely cheap, but boring. No wine should be boring, but there's no shame in a good wine being cheap. The real question - and the answer may be different for each of us - is how much you are prepared to forgive if the price is right.
UPDATE: I've had a number of emails on this subject the gist of which is this:
Big Block Red is a ten dollar wine marked down to five and there must be a reason for that to have happened.
I won't speculate here as to the whys or the economics behind the decision to blow out the remaining stock. Is this a great wine? Well, no, it's not. You could serve it to dinner guests without remorse, I've had far less drinkable wine served to me. But the label will probably be more memorable than the wine. It's a five dollar red wine that is decent enough to enjoy on a budget. It's decent enough to keep on hand as a house wine. That's all. A pretty good wine at a pretty good price. Nothing more than that.
Sunset last evening........