I've tasted some Wolf Blass before...it is similar to a wine I cut my teeth on, Black Opal. From there I kept experimenting on different varietals and blends; I crave the complexity, but it usually comes with a hefty price tag associated with it.
My $ range really depends on the quality I'm getting -- if I find something that has been rated in the 90s on Wine Enthusiast / Wine Spectator, then I'll spend in the 20-30 range, though usually I can find the high 80s and low 90s in the 10-15 range.
Tonight I opened up a bottle that a buddy brought back from Argentina for me...
2002 Don David Cabernet Sauvignon
I couldn't find any tasting notes after giving it a go, but then I asked for him to bring me something I couldn't find in the states. Here's what I thought...
On the nose: a bit hot (alcoholic), though it showed some underlying fruits and spice after letting it breathe for an hour
Palate: a good mouthfeel, strong tannins (which I like), and a decent finish of dusty spices [probably a touch of Malbec in there].
I saved some to try again tomorrow -- it is a young wine, so hopefully it'll open up a bit more.
In all, if I had another bottle, I'd put it in the ol' wine cabinet for a few years...I don't have much of a selection to show off, because I'm a bit impatient.