If a Premier Grand Cru Classé wine estate in Bordeaux could ever be said to be a "G," it would be Château Guiraud. As early as 1766, the château broke with local tradition, proclaimed its political independence, and set out to establish itself as one of the most prestigious, innovative producers in France. One sip of this elegant, dry white demonstrates how well they nailed it. A blend of Semillon & Sauvignon Blanc aged for about 7 months in oak, the wine is as expressive as it is captivating. Pair with asparagus risotto, grilled chicken, and good times.