Author, sommelier, Cote beverage director and partner Coche-Dury’s Corton-Charlemagne
You can taste the traditional, exacting craftsmanship in this Burgundian rarity. You can also see it in its $3,000 price tag. Don’t worry—that’s a bargain.
Heitz’s Martha’s Vineyard Cabernet Magnum Bottle
Bigger is better. Larger formats ($350 for a magnum) will keep this wine fresh for postpandemic parties.
Nothing beats Italian bubbly with brunch, but at $25 a bottle, it might be time to clear some space in the wine cellar.