Sauvignon Blanc lovers take notice. While the small appellation of Quincy was the second appellation to be recognized by France, it's often overshadowed by its neighbor to the northeast, Sancerre. (Though up until the last half century or so, it was known for offering wines of better quality). The sandy, silex topsoils over pink limestone are fabulous for Sauvignon Blanc, which was introduced to Quincy by Cistercian monks back in the 12th century. Pierre Ragon has been in charge of his family's 200-plus-year-old domaine since 1973, and his vines average more than 100 years old, producing exceptional fruit that captures the legacy of Quincy. An absolute must-try, this stunning wine is minerally, bright and complex and less than $20!