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Looking for a fun sparkler for the holidays? Try this subtle and delicious Moscato from Piedmont, which offers apple, melon and pear character. Medium-bodied, it fills your mouth with fine bubbles and loads of fruit. Medium-sweet finish. What Moscato d'As —James Suckling
Here's another fine '00 Chablis that melts in the mouth. Beautiful integration and balance in this plush Chablis, yet it still expresses the apple, lemon and mineral notes typical of the appellation. Backed by a firm, lively structure, this ends with a ba —Bruce Sanderson
Nicolás Catena leads the way in Argentina, with a rare combination of both quality and quantity. Lovely purity and balance here, with ripe flavors of fig and pear backed up by floral and toast notes that are harmonious through the finish. Juicy texture k —James Molesworth
Riesling lovers know to get in line for the '01 German bottlings, such as this one from St.-Urbans-Hof. Ample, rich and offering a range of flavors from violet to cinnamon, nutmeg, citrus and slate that permeate a sturdy, lightweight structure, this is co —Bruce Sanderson
Chablis enjoyed a fine vintage in 2000, from which this offering by Brocard is a excellent example. Good concentration and a rich texture highlight this honey- and lemon-laced white. It's all underscored by a racy structure, which is hidden in the youthfu —Bruce Sanderson
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