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Bees Knees Chenin Blanc Viognier 2019
“South Africa’s white blends are its gift to the world of wine,” says Master of Wine Tim Atkin. After you try this popular blend of zesty Chenin Blanc and luscious Viognier (from one of the country’s most acclaimed estates), we bet you’ll agree.
Les Vivandières 2018
Named for the brave French women who cared for troops on the battlefield (and offered wine for courage), Les Vivandières hails from premium Ventoux (near iconic Châteauneuf-du-Pape). With a top gold and vibrant fruit flavor, it’s sure to impress.
Alessandro Gallici’s hugely popular white is a multi-varietal blend based on $60-plus Terre Alte (and is made with grapes grown on the same hallowed hill in northern Italy). Loved by leading Italian wine critic, Luca Maroni, it’s a must taste.
Terre de Cocagne 2019
Charmed by southern France’s local grapes like Loin de l’Oeuil and Mauzac, winemaker Nicole McPheeters has made it her mission to reintroduce wine fans to the delights of Gaillac’s Côtes du Tarn. A crisp, citrusy alternative to Sauvignon Blanc.
Blanc Neuf La Bastide 2018
Here’s a great-value, trophy-pedigree white from France’s celebrated Bonfils family. Crafted from the southern Rhône’s classic white grapes (Viognier, Marsanne, and Roussanne), it’s wonderfully aromatic and bursting with peach, juicy pear, and more.
Lobo e Falcão Branco 2018
Wine Spectator calls Portugal “the most exciting wine place on the planet.” And we’re pretty excited about this aromatic (and acclaimed!) white from a 17th-century estate. Filled with elegant peach and spice, it’s lovely with Thai takeout.