While we believe moms should be celebrated every day of the year, Mother\u2019s Day is particularly special. However, it can be difficult to find a gift that you know she\u2019ll love.\r\n\r\nSo we\u2019ve made it easy for you by compiling a list of 11 \u201cmom-worthy\u201d bottles. Whether she enjoys popping open a bottle of bubbly with brunch, sipping on a Scotch, or anything in-between, here are some bottles that are (almost) as exceptional as she is.\r\nSparkling\r\nLouis Roederer 2012 Vintage Brut (Champagne); $80, 95 points.This beautiful wine, with its poise, elegance and balance, has both a steely mineral core and an outer ripe-fruit character. It has citrus, tight acidity and rich apple and green-plum flavors. The wine is still a little young and will be better from 2019. Maisons Marques & Domaines USA.\u2014Roger Voss \r\n\r\nC\u00e0 di Rajo 2016 Cuv\u00e9e del Fondatore Brut (Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore); $32, 91 points. Fragrant scents of spring blossom, wild flower and orchard fruit escape from the glass. Silky and elegant, the tangy palate doles out white peach, green apple and lemon drop alongside a refined perlage and refreshing acidity.\u00a0Superior Wines.\u00a0Editors\u2019 Choice.\u2014Kerin O\u2019 Keefe\r\nRos\u00e9\r\nMargerum 2017 Riviera Ros\u00e9 (Santa Barbara County); $21, 92 points. Tight, bright and refreshing on the nose, this very pale Grenache-based ros\u00e9 shows strawberry and wet river stones on the nose. There's an immense grip to the sip, with pithy lime rinds framing the tightly wound strawberry flavors that carry far into the finish. Beware the ease with which it vanishes. Editors\u2019 Choice. \u2014Matt Kettmann\r\n\r\nCh\u00e2teau de Trinquevedel 2016 Tavel; $19, 91 points. Equal parts fruit and mineral, this dry, full-bodied ros\u00e9 offers loads of pristine strawberry and red currant juxtaposed against a crystalline minerality. It's vibrantly fresh, finishing on savory tones of bramble, thyme and rosemary. This lovely wine could function easily either by the pool or through dinner. Drink now through 2020. Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant.\u2014Anna Lee C. Iijima\r\nWhite Wine\r\nJean-Marc Brocard 2016 Montmains Premier Cru (Chablis); $34, 93 points. This crisp, steely wine comes from the cooler left bank of the river in Chablis. It is a tight wine, strong on minerality and tangy acidity, with the steely texture that gives the ability to age. Drink this nervy, crisp wine from 2020. Verity Wine Partners. \u2014R.V.\u00a0\r\n\r\nLa Pitchoune 2014 Chenoweth Vineyard Chardonnay (Russian River Valley); $88, 91 points. From a great site, this tiny production wine is dark gold in color and oaky on the nose. Baked caramel apple, lemon chiffon and nutmeg all play a role\u2014bold flavors that highlight this well-made effort that offers a throughput of bright acidity.\u2014Virginie Boone\r\n\r\n\r\nRed Wine\r\nPatricia Green Cellars 2016 Estate Vineyard Bonshaw Block Pinot Noir (Ribbon Ridge); $60, 100 points. This 100% Pommard clone wine from a 1990 planting is immensely deep, dark and textural, with complex aromas that instantly draw one in. Its compact berry, plum jam and baking spice scents come with underlying mineral and earth notes. It hits the palate with a powerfully woven matrix of lush flavors: blueberry, plum, cherry, chocolate, butterscotch and toasted coconut. It's thick, supple and lingering\u2014an ethereal and extraordinary wine.\u00a0Editors\u2019 Choice.\u2014Paul Gregutt\r\n\r\nCh\u00e2teau B\u00e9lingard 2015 Ortus de Ch\u00e2teau B\u00e9lingard Red (C\u00f4tes de Bergerac); $25, 92 points.This top red from the B\u00e9lingard estate is produced from selected parcels. The ripe tannic character goes well with the rich blackberry fruit, elegant acidity and spice from the wood aging. This Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon blend is ready to age further. Drink from 2021.\u00a0Deutsch Family Wine and Spirits.\u00a0Editors\u2019 Choice.\u00a0\u2014R.V.\r\nSpirits\r\nGlen Grant 12 Scotch; $47, 95 points.This burnished gold whiskey shows apple and pear drizzled with butterscotch on the nose and palate, plus campfire smoke and gingerbread spice on the exceedingly long exit. A splash of water tames the heat and transforms the oak into vanilla and buttery brioche. Best Buy.\u2014Kara Newman\r\n\r\nBarrell Whiskey Cask Strength Batch 002 Sherry Cask Finish; $65, 93 points. An enticing, chocolaty and clearly high-octane sipper, this whiskey entices with rich vanilla and dulce de leche aromas. The palate starts with fleeting sweetness\u2014chocolate, vanilla, toffee\u2014but quickly veers toward superdry, resounding with dark chocolate and mouth-puckering leather. It stands up well to substantial dilution\u2014it needs plenty. Aged nine years, six months. American straight whiskey, sherry cask finish.\u2014K.N.\r\n\r\nRey Campero Mezcal; $53, 93 points. Brash and complex, look for bright bell pepper and fresh basil aromas. The mouthwatering palate also shows plenty of bold vegetal notes, drying to rubber, a moderate amount of smoke and a spicy flicker of cayenne on the finish.\u2014K.N.