Petit Chablis: one of those confusing classifications in wine that only add to the allure. Petit? Are the grapes small? Is the area small? No, and also no. What is it? It refers to vineyards planted on a different soil (limestone rather than clay) and means that the wine probably doesn’t see oak. Too technical? Ok, you want to know this smells like dusty apples with hints of white pepper and lime zest. This is bright and zippy and often beats other white Burgs at thrice the price. (Furreals.) One of the last great (and lastingly great!) values in French wine!