Uncorked Wines that Last:
2008 Husch Vineyards Chenin Blanc ($11)
Located in California's Anderson Valley, Husch been producing a wide range of compelling wines since 1971. Among them is this lively, melony white, made with a tiny bit of residual sugar.
2008 Chateau Grand Traverse Whole Cluster Riesling ($14)
Fragrant and floral, this light-bodied, grapefruity wine comes from Michigan's Old Mission Peninsula, an up-and-coming region that juts out into Lake Michigan near Traverse City.
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2008 Tangent Paragon Vineyard Riesling ($17)
Tangent, an ambitious venture from the owners of Baileyana Winery in San Luis Obispo, California, focuses on non-Chardonnay whites. Among the best is this fragrant, ever-so-slightly off-dry Riesling.