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Zin lovers should seek out Puglia’s Primitivos,
which are made from a genetically identical
grape and offer similarly bold fruit flavors.
Portugal is best known for its red wines, but
Douro whites can be delicious, too—like this
citrusy blend of native grape varieties.
Eric Dunham became famous for superb
Cabernet and Syrah; this complex Riesling
shows his talent extends to white grapes, too.
An unusual blend of Burgundian white
varieties from Austria finds racy fruit and
minerality in ancient limestone soils.
Australian winemaker Iain Bolton got his
training in Napa, and his easy-drinking wines
show the influence of both places.
Great South African Sauvignon Blanc like
Elgin Valley has the perfect blend of Old
World minerality and New World fruit.
Spain’s La Mancha region, where the fictional
Don Quixote roamed and El Greco painted,
is the source of this organically farmed wine.
South Africa is the New World’s most
compelling producer of Chenin Blanc, as
displayed by this juicy, dry-farmed blend.
The winemakers behind Azul y Garanza
crushed grapes all over the world before
zeroing in on Spain’s Navarra region.
Roberto de la Mota, one of Argentina’s
greatest winemakers, helped fashion this
boldly structured Malbec.
A brawny blend of Shiraz and Petite Sirah,
this full-bore Australian red pairs
fantastically with spicy, smoky grilled meats.
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.
California’s Mendocino County was settled by
Italian immigrants—some of whom planted
the grapes for this smooth, spicy Zin.
Under his own label, New Zealand’s master
of Sauvignon Blanc presents his specialty at
its best in this wonderfully nuanced wine.
One of the world’s great winemakers brings
us the perfect summer white: a Sauvignon
Blanc from Australia’s Adelaide Hills.
The majority of the fruit for this Pinot Noir comes from Sonoma's Russian River Valley, a top region for this finicky grape.
Grüner Veltliner, Austria’s star grape,
ranges in flavor from light to lush and rich.
This example is dry, fresh and crisp.
One of Napa’s most meticulous growerwinemakers
expertly constructs this precise
blend of classic Bordeaux varieties.
This bold, black-fruited red is made from
Bonarda, Argentina’s second-most planted
grape after Malbec.
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