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We asked the local wine writer to buy three bottles of wine for just $100—here's what she picked.
Little Farm Riesling Mulberry Tree Vineyard 2015, Cawston, B.C., $27Want to show off B.C. wine? Go riesling and go Little Farm’s searingly dry, mineral-driven, zesty citrus head-turner.Quinta da Murta, Brut Nature Bucelas DOC 2013, Portugal, $27Bubble is top priority for me, and the Quinta da Murta is one of the most unique sparklers on our shelves. Briny, bracing, dry and tangy, it is a seamless match with oysters.
Produttori del Barbaresco DOCG 2013, Italy, $43Nebbiolo is one of the greatest red grape varieties, and this barbaresco demonstrates its haunting, hunger-inducing and age-worthy character beautifully while being simply the best fine-wine deal out there.
Check back for more—best buys! Okanagan gems! Smart investments!—from our 2018 Wine Issue!