Massoferrato Sangiovese Bianco
If you've ever had Chianti, you've had Sangiovese. But you probably haven't had it as a white wine! This bottle from New York restauranteur Nicola Marzovilla really tastes like a white Chianti might, if Italian wine laws allowed - soft rose and violet aromas, concentrated white flowers and a hint of tropical fruit on the palate, and a silky body held up by a sturdy backbone. If you like structure in your whites, this is your ticket! Pair with a porchetta sandwich or a Caesar salad.