2008 GUERILA PINELA
($19) Made from the rare and finicky Pinela grape, this is the sort of crisp-but-fruity crowd-pleaser you buy in cases.

2008 KOGL "MEA CULPA" SAMLING
($19) A Slovenian stab at an aromatic varietal common in Germany and Austria, it's a dry, bright kin to Riesling and ripe with citrus.

2008 SANTOMAS MALVASIA
($19) Loaded with tropical fruit and wintry spice, this silky, golden wine is rich, verging on buttery.

2006 BATIČ PINOT GRIS RISERVA
($31) The family's farm—an enviable spread even if it didn't produce this mineral-driven white—dates to the 17th century.

2007 MOVIA LUNAR
($39) This nutty, orange-hued, Ribolla-based wonder reaches way back in the winemaker's manual, using juice harvested from unpressed grapes.

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