The short answer, and I don't intend to be controversial, is there is no cheap wine that is credible in Indonesia. The taxes and duty and sin-costs push the price into the clouds.
Hatten wine is readily available in Bali, where it is made. It costs Rp250,000 for a 2 litre box and I'm drinking the red as I write (also comes in rose or puteh)...it is like S.A. wine...it ferments in the stomach and stains one's teeth....but beggars cannot be choosers.
Sorry, don't know how to source in Jakarta. I remember a hearty contributor here (Cibubur, I think) who had many cases land-shipped by Tiko or something but I think she resigned from the forum over a dispute, so her good information is lost.