Originally posted by Merengue:
Allain graillot Crozes-Hermitage.
And my single favorite QPR wine, is a Vin de Table N Rhone by Auguste Clape named Le Vin des Amis. It's very low production, and it sells out quickly, but it can be had around $27 per bottle. I have a hard time finding a wine I like as much as this one, and there's nothing that touches it at the price point.
Another recent find that rocks pretty damn hard is the Cotes de Rhone-Brezeme by Eric Texier. A wine that I find really, really, hard to beat for the price (~$20). I don't understand clearly why it's called a "Cotes du Rhone Brezeme", because Brezeme is considered Northern Rhone. Maybe someone who knows what the heck they're talking about can chime in.
Pierre Gonon's Saint-Joseph is another great wine at a reasonable price point.
For the most part, there are solid values to be had in Gigondas, Saint-Joseph, and Crozes-Hermitage.