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California’s Sierra Foothills region is an
under-the-radar source of exciting, mountaingrown
Cabernets like this one from Madroña.
In the high altitudes of the Sierra
Foothills, Zinfandel boasts vibrant fresh
fruit and uncommon structure.
This peachy white gets its luxurious flavor
from Marsanne and Roussanne, two signature
white grapes of France’s Rhône Valley.
Plummy, lush Grenache gets bolstered by
peppery Syrah in this fruity red blend from
France’s sunny Mediterranean coast.
Powered by sunlight, biodiesel and weedeating sheep, this organic producer makes wines from a small Sonoma estate.
A southern French staple, Carignane also
thrives in Chile, as this focused red from a
celebrated winemaker demonstrates.
This darkly fruity Chilean red is made from
Carignan, a humble grape that, when grown
from old vines, can yield terrific wines.
The chalky coastal soils south of Barcelona
are perfect for making vivacious, bracing
The chalky coastal soils south of Barcelona are perfect for making vivacious, bracing sparkling wine.
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.
Mercer Estates produced just 201 cases—about eight barrels’ worth—of this refined
Miner Family Vineyards has mastered a
quintessentially Napa style of Chardonnay:
rich, full and impeccably balanced.
Napa’s potential to make robust, potently ripe
wines is on full display in this red blend from
one of its native sons.
Momo is the second label of Marlborough’s
star Seresin Estate. This white comes mostly
from Seresin’s organic vineyards.
This fragrant white from Italy’s Marche
region blends Verdicchio, Marche’s signature
grape, with Moscato and Sauvignon Blanc.
The cool 2009 vintage in the Russian River
Valley made ripe, generous Pinots like this one
that also have great balance and acidity.
New Zealand’s cool, coastal climes give
this zesty Pinot Gris crisp, citrus tones and
a core of silky fruit.
From a hilly vineyard outside of Verona, this
zippy, lemony Italian white is fantastic with
seafood, vegetables or herby pastas.
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