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Paltrinieri Piria Lambrusco di Sorbara 2016, Italy, $22This pale red dry, fizzy wine is the world’s best match with a charcuterie plate.
Clos Floridène Blanc 2014, Graves, Bordeaux, France, $50Those who believe Bordeaux is only for red are missing out on some of the most exciting wines of the region.
Freixenet Cordon Negro N.V. Brut Cava Magnum, Spain, $26Delicious, toasty, traditional-method sparkling wine, and it’s a magnum!
Check back for more—best buys! Okanagan gems! Smart investments!—from our 2018 Wine Issue!