A cool vintage in Washington state in
2010 yielded this refreshing, peach-inflected
Chardonnay from Mercer Estates.
Riesling has become Washington state’s
signature white grape; Mercer’s bottling
showcases the variety’s vivid fruit flavors.
Bordeaux’s star grape varieties, Merlot and
Cabernet Sauvignon, thrive in Washington
state, as this polished blend demonstrates.
Miner Family Vineyards has mastered a
quintessentially Napa style of Chardonnay:
rich, full and impeccably balanced.
Bursting with citrus and mineral flavors,
this white is a textbook example of Albariño,
arguably Spain’s greatest white grape.
Spain’s signature red grape, Tempranillo,
goes by the alias Tinta del País in Ribera del
Duero, where this firm red is from.
Chile’s Maipo Valley is celebrated for making
textbook, balanced Cabernets with vibrant
but elegantly structured fruit.
This bold, juicy Zinfandel comes from
Dry Creek Valley, a Sonoma subzone that’s
a source of some of the world’s best Zin.
There’s more to Portugal’s zesty white wines
than Vinho Verde, as this fresh, beautifully
perfumed blend from the Tejo region proves.
Zesty Sauvignon Blanc combines with ripe
Chardonnay in this exhilarating white blend
from France’s Loire Valley.
Greg Graziano fermented this Pinot Blanc
in French-oak barrels, a process that gives the
wine its dense, silky texture.
Ben Riggs, one of the stars of Australian
wine, searches out South Australia’s cooler
corners to fashion this vibrant Shiraz.
Red volcanic soils in the up-and-coming
Lake County’s Red Hills zone, where this red
comes from, give its wines terrific structure.
Verdejo is the signature grape of Spain’s
Rueda region, where it makes crisp, zesty
whites, like this fragrant offering.
From Spain’s dusty central plains comes
this lushly textured white, full of fruit and
The little-known Godello grape makes
some of Spain’s most compelling white wines,
like this crisp, silky example from Valdesil.
Vibrant, succulent Malbec is the calling card
of Argentina. This version, from a top estate,
features lush, black fruit.
Intense but soft Chilean Cabernets, like this
wine from William Cole, can compete with
any Cabernet in the world.
The talented Bryon Kosuge—a Pinot Noir
and Chardonnay specialist—assists with
Wrath Wines like this nuanced white.
A few years of age on this powerful red from
California’s Mendocino County has mellowed
its power and primed it for drinking.
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