Steve Anglim makes this Châteuneuf-style
red by masterfully blending grapes grown in
a variety of terroirs around Paso Robles.
While rosés are the focus at this Napa
Valley estate, the proprietors achieve equal
complexity with their Sauvignon Blanc.
At its very best, Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir
combines focused, ripe fruit with a plush
texture and crackling acidity.
Thanks partly to century-old vines, this bold red blend from southern France combines up-front fruit flavors with minerally depth.
The little French region of Cahors is the true home of Malbec; it's where the grape makes spicy, signature reds like this one.
Wines from the Cahors region in southwest France are black, intense and powerfully tannic. But this one wraps up its bold flavors in a surprisin... Read More
For bargain Bordeaux, look beyond the Médoc to Graves, where the reds often show a smoky, earthy note--like this classic, cherry-rich bottling.
Bright, fruity and crisp, this Mendocino
Chardonnay is a perfect summer wine.
The bright, yet cool sunshine atop California’s
Gavilan Mountains produces Chardonnay
with sharp, concentrated focus.
This juicy, aromatic blend of Shiraz and Grenache from one of Australia's most beloved wineries comes from 100-year-old vines.
Clarksburg is unusually cool for an inland
region, making it suitable for delicate reds
like this Pinot Noir.
The grapes in this blend from one of
Australia’s most beloved wineries are crushed
by foot to extract only the gentlest tannins.
The Rhône Valley’s stellar 2009 vintage
yielded loads of terrific wine values, like this
this rich, cherry-driven red.
Like most whites from the Mâconnais, this
Chardonnay was aged without oak, which
kept its citrusy flavors zippy and bright.
This medium-bodied red is intense and focused, perfect for roasted game birds or savory sausages off the grill.
An unusual blend of Burgundian white
varieties from Austria finds racy fruit and
minerality in ancient limestone soils.
South Africa is the New World’s most
compelling producer of Chenin Blanc, as
displayed by this juicy, dry-farmed blend.
It takes 90-year-old vines in Sonoma’s
Russian River Valley to produce wine so
concentrated yet light on its feet.
The Montefalco region’s poor, rocky soils
produce graceful yet intense reds from the
Sangiovese and Sagrantino grape varieties.
One of the world’s great winemakers brings
us the perfect summer white: a Sauvignon
Blanc from Australia’s Adelaide Hills.
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