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This plummy Malbec comes from a vineyard located in the foothills of the Andes mountains at an elevation of more than 5,500 feet.


Italy has a deep reservoir of ancient grape varieties, and Tintilia is one of the more obscure; a deep red of uncertain origin that’s become a local specialty in Molise.


Red Blend
Made from a blend of traditional Portuguese and French varieties, this deep, dark red offsets its warm, velvety fruit flavors with savory spice.


Named for the Cicadas (Cigala) that sing through the warm Sardinian nights, this Sardinian red has bright acidity that makes a good match for fish or meat.


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Pinot Grigio
The Zonin Family brings Northern Italian flair to Virginia, exemplified by this summery, exuberant Pinot Grigio.


This Rioja reserva from Bodegas Patrocinio showcases the earthy cherry flavors and firm structure of Tempranillo, Spain’s signature grape.


The brilliant Bordeaux consultant Stéphane Derenoncourt helps mastermind the winemaking at Boxwood, a prominent Middleburg estate.


Red Blend
Derek Rohlffs crafts pricey, single-vineyard wines under his Bravium label, but also fashions this unorthodox blend of seven red varieties.


This Sonoma white beautifully shows that a Chardonnay can bask in luxurious oak and plump fruit while still being focused and refreshing.


This crisp Prosecco comes from a family-owned producer in Italy’s Veneto region that’s been in the wine business since 1881.


France’s obscure Négrette grape yields supple, delicious reds bursting with succulent plum and berry flavors, as this bottling attests.


Petite Sirah
The once-obscure grape known as Durif in France found a happy new home in California, where it makes sturdy, black-fruited reds that appeal to lovers of powerful reds.


California’s cool Santa Maria Valley, in Santa Barbara, produces elegant wines of lovely finesse, like this fresh, refined Chardonnay.


Small family estates in France’s Languedoc- Roussillon are producing an outsize number of stellar bargains in red wine.


This red blend from Saint Chinian is a quintessential Languedoc red: flavorful, complex and infused with the rosemary and thyme aromas of the Mediterranean countryside.


Sauvignon Blanc
This vibrant Sauvignon Blanc comes from a remarkable Loire Valley estate that has been owned by the same family since the 16th century.


This pithy, aromatic red artfully brings together characteristics of France’s Northern and Southern Rhône Valley.


Pinot Blanc
Located in Andlau, a medieval village halfway between Strasbourg and Colmar, Domaine Gresser has been handed down from father to son since the 16th century.


Like all red wines from the northern Rhône, this meaty, spicy offering from the small Domaine Habrard is based on Syrah.


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