Burgundy—the white version—is definitely something to stock this spring. Racy and succulent, white Burgundy is entirely distinct from New World Chardonnay. We’re big fans of Chablis from Patrick Piuze. His 2015 vintage will age for decades, but is immensely enjoyable now in its youthful prime—vibrant with luscious fruit and minerality. For an interesting contrast, try Marc Colin’s voluptuous wines, especially from the village of Santenay; chalk and clay soils combined with aging in old barrels bestow a distinctly Burgundian profile to his wines. Given the accessible prices of wine from the Mâcon—one of the best-kept secrets of the region—it would be neglectful to skip any of its wonderful estates, including Litaud, Roally, Sainte Barbe, and Manciat. Any way you cut it, Burgundy is a trove of superb white wine.