Wineberry Baronne du Chatelard Bourgogne Blanc

Loads of pear and apple make this crisp Chardonnay three-liter ideal for low-key occasions when you want to drink all afternoon and not think too hard about it.
$39; wineberry.com

Les Vignerons d'Estezargues "From the Tank"

This earthy but approachable Côtes du Rhône—the equivalent of four bottles—comes from a natural-wine-making collective.
$36; fromthetank.com



Yellow + Blue Torrontes

A liter of this zesty organic white from Argentina makes the hodgepodge of salumi and cheese you just pulled from the fridge seem like a well-planned spread.
$12; ybwines.com

Your Digital Sommelier

Snooth is like Shazam for wine snobs. Snap a photo of a label and the app searches a library of images to come up with reviews, retailers, and rosters of similar wines, then archives your searches. $5; iTunes

Let the Vineyard Come to You

Not too long ago you had to book a flight to wine country to sip a half-dozen varieties side by side. Now, thanks to TastingRoom.com, you can order a sampling kit—six 50-milliliter bottles you mix and match from standout American wineries like Duckhorn and Chappallet—and complete the journey in the comfort of your home. When you've identified your favorites, simply return to the site to buy full-size bottles.
Flights, from $20; tastingroom.com

Chill Wine in Seconds

Don't keep thirsty guests waiting. These freezeable stainless-steel teardrops can chill two glasses of Albariño in the span of a commercial break.
Skybar Wine Chill Drops, $50 for set of two; skybarhome.com

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The Advanced Wine Buying Guide
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