Godello is a highly under-rated, complex and satisfying grape. Like Chardonnay, it ripens to juicy yellow stone fruit while keeping a vibrant acidity, and can take on the nuanced minerality of its terroir. It also doesn’t like to stray far from its humble homeland of northwest of Spain, so truly fine expressions of the grape are relatively uncommon in the American market. Enter the genius and experience of Raúl Pérez, who has made a sublime white wine worthy of comparisons to Puligny-Montrachet three times the price. Succulent yellow peaches, fragrant orchard blossoms, and chalky minerality are chomping at the bit to power through the deep, rich texture. This wine is like a wheel of aged Tomme de Savoie that you have to brush the mushrooms off of first. An absolute diamond-in-the-rough for the white Burgundy lover. $75, extremely limited quantities.