Normally our roundups have a theme, such as 10 Big, Heavy Reds to Drink While You Hide Under a Blanket With\u00a0or The Wines We Scored 100 Points in 2018, but not this time.\r\nTo match this year\u2019s theme-less Oscars, we\u2019ve rounded up a diverse selection of red, white and sparkling wines that have nothing in common other than they\u2019re all editors\u2019 top picks, which means they\u2019re darn delicious.\r\n\r\nSo, if you\u2019re planning to watch the awards show this Sunday, you\u2019ll want to pop open one or more of these bottlings.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nSchloss Gobelsburg 2016 Reserve Zweigelt (Nieder\u00f6sterreich); $39, 94 points. A heady, perfumed note of peony-tinged cherry has an exciting frisson of white pepper about it. The palate continues with a silky, red-fruited spiciness that marks out delicious cool-climate reds. There is concentration and density at the core of this honest Zweigelt.\u00a0Skurnik Wines, Inc.\u00a0Editors\u2019 Choice. \u2014Anne Krebiehl\r\n\r\nMartian Ranch 2016 Absolute Magnitude Gamay Noir (Santa Barbara County); $40, 94 points. The slow rise of Gamay Noir on the Central Coast shows immense promise for lovers of mineral inflected, lighter styles of wine. This bottling offers wet slate and gravel on the nose along with sagebrush and light berries. The palate's tart cranberry fruit takes a backseat to wet rocks, tobacco leaf and mossy forest floor. Editors\u2019 Choice. \u2014Matt Kettmann\r\n\r\nCh\u00e2teau du Trignon 2013 Grenache-Mourv\u00e8dre (Rasteau); $22, 93 points. Five years after bottling, this wine still offers loads of fresh, punchy blackberry and plum flavors. It's a bold, penetrating wine nuanced by hints of granite and wet earth. The fresh finish lingers on fine, integrated tannins. Lovely now it should improve further through 2022 and hold a few years longer. David Milligan Selections. Editors\u2019 Choice. \u2014Anna Lee C. Iijima\r\n\r\nPatz & Hall 2016 Pinot Noir (Sonoma Coast); $48, 93 points. This is a heck of a deal for the quality: an appellation wine with juicy intensity and a rich layering of red and blue fruit. With plenty of tannic power beneath its integrated texture are secondary notes of forest, clove and black tea that complement the fruit beautifully. Editors\u2019 Choice. \u2014Virginie Boone\r\n\r\nDe Wetshof 2017 Lesca Chardonnay (Robertson); $22, 92 points. This is a pretty, clean, bright and well-balanced Chardonnay. It leads with scents of fresh red apple, crunchy melon rind, lemon balm and a touch of beeswax. Medium in weight, the ripe fruit flavors and soft toasty elements are enlivened by great minerality and a vibrant acidic cut that carries through to the mouthwatering finish. Faint touches of toasted almond and pressed yellow flower appear on the finish. Broadbest Selections, Inc. Editors\u2019 Choice. \u2014Lauren Buzzeo\r\n\r\nQuady North 2017 Pistoleta White (Rogue Valley); $20, 91 points. Herb Quady's proprietary blend of cofermented Viognier, Roussanne and Marsanne is finished with a splash of Grenache Blanc and Vermentino. An aromatic delight, it sends up beguiling scents of orange blossom, lemon rind and apricot fruit. It's deep, ripe and rich, bursting with fresh fruit flavors that are buoyed with tangy acidity. Editors\u2019 Choice. \u2014Paul Gregutt\r\n\r\nJ. Laurens 2016 Clos des Demoiselles T\u00eate de Cuv\u00e9e Brut (Cr\u00e9mant de Limoux); $22, 91 points. Delicate aromas of crushed white peony, lemon verbena, chalk and apple flesh dance in the bouquet of this attractive sparkling wine, while flavors of green apple, yellow plum and lemon zest are direct and mouthwatering. The palate is fresh and zippy, with a lively mousse and bright acidity that lead into a medium-length but seriously refreshing finish. Vigneron Imports. Editors\u2019 Choice. \u2014L.B.\r\n\r\nPala 2017 Chiaro di Stelle Red (Isola dei Nuraghi); $16, 90 points. A blend of Sardinia's native grapes Monica, Carignano and Cannonau, this fragrant rosato boasts enticing scents of wild berry, Mediterranean brush and chopped herb. Bright and tangy, the light-bodied savory palate offers strawberry, Marasca cherry, white pepper and a hint of blood orange alongside a saline note. Banville Wine Merchants. Editors\u2019 Choice. \u2014Kerin O\u2019Keefe\r\n\r\nQuinta de Pa\u00e7os 2016 Casa do Capit\u00e3o-Mor Alvarinho (Vinho Verde); $18, 90 points. This ripe wine is just nicely ready to drink. It is full bodied and rich with concentrated green-fruit flavors, good acidity and a smooth final texture. From the northern Vinho Verde region, it is ready to drink now. Amphorium LLC. Editors\u2019 Choice. \u2014Roger Voss\r\n\r\nA to Z NV Bubbles Ros\u00e9 (Oregon); $18, 88 points. Closed with a crown cap, this party-ready, cherry-candy bubbly is fresh, lively and just plain fun. Pinkish-gold in color, with big bubbles and a burst of fruit flavor, it's fine with salmon, poultry or all by itself. Editors\u2019 Choice. \u2014P.G.