Grocery Outlet has 118 stores nationwide, giving it clout to buy low and sell low. Of course you'll find the familiar at low prices -- Vendange, Ste. Chapelle, Rancho Zabaco, Corbett Canyon, and Glen Ellen. But the Outlet also carries wine from smaller producers. Recently, it stocked a 1998 Ramsay Carneros Pinot Noir for $7.99, a good price for a prime Pinot-growing area. Other bargains included a 2000 River Grove Clarksburg Chardonnay ($3.99), a 2001 Perry Creek Zin Man ($5.99), a 2001 Palo Vecchio Napa Valley Red ($4.99), and a 2000 Robert Hall Paso Robles Syrah ($6.99). Grocery Outlet buys what the wineries have, so the stock changes constantly. It has stores in Antioch, Berkeley, Hayward, Livermore, Newark, Oakland, Pleasant Hill, and San Pablo.