Here are the 12 best viogniers SAVEUR wine editor Paul Lukacs recently tasted.
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Voluptuous viognier flourishes around the globe.
Italy’s delicious and powerful amarone is unapologetically unique.
A Virginia family brings sparkle to an apple classic.
Here are ten of the best chablis I have tasted recently, all from either 2004 or 2005, two fine vintages that are now available in wine shops.
The wines of Chablis bring out chardonnay's austere side.
This vibrant pinot gris is fresh, lively, and pairs nicely with cool summer salads made with chicken, crab, or lobster.
Pair this complex, compelling blend with equally hearty, earthy-flavored foods—braised meats, and virtually anything with mushrooms.
Try this memorable unoaked chardonnay with cool salads—tuna, shrimp, chicken, and more.
This versatile rosé is a real crowd pleaser—serve it well-chilled alongside grilled chicken or pork, or even with burgers and hot dogs at a cookout.
Looking for the perfect wine to pair with a summery salad or a seafood feast? Look no further than this charming riesling from Australia's Frankland Estate winery.
It comes from Verona, but to us it's a perfect Venetian wine.
For an excellent pinot noir that won't break the bank, try this subtle rendition from Tasmania.
This food-friendly zin hails from what arguably is the finest growing region for zinfandel, Sonoma County's Dry Creek Valley.
This value-priced chardonnay from the western Loire Valley tastes crisp and bright.