Francois Cazin Cour-Cheverny Cuvee Renaissance ($22.99): An obscure and almost extinct ancient varietal, Romorantin is similar to both Chenin and Riesling in having high natural sugar and acidity. The Cuvee Renaissance uses a small portion of Botrytised grapes, giving the wine aromas of luxurious honey and tropical fruits, without sacrificing balance and freshness. A great pairing with Turkey and all the trimmings.
Vincent Latour Saint-Aubin Cuvee Thomas ($39.99): A close neighbour of Montrachet, lying between Chassagne and Puligny, Saint-Aubin is a wine-growing village in the southern part of the Côte de Beaune, the heartland of the great white Bourgogne wines. Though generous, this white possesses vibrant acidity, which propels the peach, lemon tart and spice flavors. Charming and harmonious, with a chalky feel on the finish.
Clos de la Roillette Fleurie ($23.99): From one of the great crus of the region, this Fleurie has much more in common with great Burgundy than typical Beaujolais Nouveau. With concentrated aromas of blueberries, sour cherries, and wonderful acidity, this is a great wine for BBQ or charcuteries.
Borell-Diehl Spatburgunder Trocken Pinot Noir ($15.99): This is Pinot in a modern, easy style with modest alcohol, fresh cherry themed fruit and a lip-smacking finish. All wines at Borell-Diehl are sustainably dry-farmed with no herbicides or pesticides, and grown within 5km of Hainfeld in the Pfalz.