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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 lesser-known quarters of the Rhône
Valley, like the Luberon, where this red
comes from, are a source of terrific values.
Oregon has made a name for itself with
fuller-bodied, Alsace-style Pinot Gris. This
peach-inflected example is crisp and silky.
While much of Oregon is too cool to grow
grapes like Syrah, the Rogue Valley, where
this Syrah comes from, is ideal for them.
Ocean-driven fog and a cool summer
slowed the ripening of grapes for this coastal
Chardonnay, keeping its flavors bright.
The Rhône Valley’s stellar 2009 vintage
yielded loads of terrific wine values, like this
this rich, cherry-driven red.
This suave, brambly red from Southern
France is a great match for almost any meat
coming off the grill.
The ancient, craggy terroir of Southern
France meets cosmopolitan winemaking
in this luscious red.
The bold Southern French blend combines
three grape varieties to create a seamless, sunwarmed
red redolent of plums and spice.
Like most whites from the Mâconnais, this
Chardonnay was aged without oak, which
kept its citrusy flavors zippy and bright.
The Cretan grape variety Liatiko is
traditionally used for sweet wines, but here
it forms the basis for a juicy, savory red.
This red combines fruity Grenache, peppery
Syrah and earthy Mourvèdre-a blend that’s
traditional in the southern Rhône.
Superstar winemaker Philippe Cambie
helped fashion this blend from up-and-coming
Rhône estate Domaine La Collière.
Some of the best wines in Southern France
are being made with Rhône grapes, as with
this rich, Syrah-based red blend.
The Rhône’s Saint-Joseph district is a source
of good values in Syrah, like this peppery red
from the stellar 2009 vintage.
This medium-bodied red is intense and focused, perfect for roasted game birds or savory sausages off the grill.
This robust blend speaks evocatively of the
ancient stony soils and sun-drenched hills of
Located in southwest France’s Roussillon
district, Domaine Puig-Parahy’s vineyards
have grown grapes for seven centuries.
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