Cru Beaujolais, Etna Reds, Soave

Bruce Sanderson
Issue: February 28, 2014

The Beaujolais crus, Soave, and reds from Sicily's Etna region are all wines Wine Spectator's Bruce Sanderson buys and enjoys on a regular basis. The first comes primarily from granite; the latter two from cooler areas with volcanic soils. What they all possess is freshness, mineral elements and a "drink me" character that provides immediate enjoyment. They are also good values. Generally, only the Etna reds will break the $40 barrier; most of the selections will be retail at $30 or less. Markup notwithstanding, that also makes them well-priced options when dining out.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands January 28, 2014.

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