Unusual grapes can make stunning wines. Here, five top bottlings.

By Ray Isle
Updated March 31, 2015
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2009 Terredora di Paolo Falanghina ($19)

A pear-scented Southern Italian white.

2007 Feiler-Artinger Zweigelt ($18)

This Austrian red is berry-bright and peppery.

2009 Bodega Colomé Torrontés ($15)

Argentina's white Torrontés is floral and melony.

2009 Telmo Rodràguez Gaba Do Xil Godello ($17)

Albariño fans should give the zesty Godello a try.

2009 Domaine Sigalas Santorini ($25)

Made from Assyrtiko, Greece's signature white.

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