J Moreau et Fils Pouilly-Fuisse Burgundy 2011, France
For all the talk of grand Montrachets and minute parcels of Premier Cru vines, this is the sort of wine that makes white Burgundy so popular. Full-bodied and ripe without being flouncy or exotic. They enjoy a year in (usually old) oak giving a hint of smoke and the ability to age for five years or so. A lighter vintage like this is best with fish (try a nice piece of hake) and samphire.