For full tasting notes on these and hundreds of other wines,\u00a0visit our Buying Guide.\r\n\r\nCellar Selection\r\n\r\n\r\n97 William F\u00e8vre 2005 Les Clos Grand Cru (Chablis); $94. Big, powerful, this is the grandest of the grand crus. It has both a great, dense structure and overwhelming fruits. Give this 10 years at least. Imported by Henriot Inc. \u2014R.V.\r\n\r\nEditors' Choice\r\n\r\n\r\n96 Roessler 2005 Clos Pepe Vineyard Pinot Noir (Sta. Rita Hills); $50. The wine shows a terrific balance of acids, oak and tannins, with an elegantly silky texture and exquisitely ripe, but controlled, cherry, pomegranate, cola, tea and Asian spice flavors that finish with a lip-smacking, chalky minerality. \u2014S.H.\r\n\r\nBest Buy\r\n\r\n\r\n91 Gainey 2006 Sauvignon Blanc (Santa Ynez Valley); $13. The Santa Ynez Valley is one of the best homes for Sauvignon Blanc in California, and Gainey is one of the best producers, so this wine is a no-brainer. A great value for its crisp dryness, elegance, and subtle, complex flavors of citrus fruits, figs, melons, minerals and oak flavors. \u2014S.H.