One of the best ways to explore a foreign city is to sip the local wine and wander the streets aimlessly, soaking it all in. It turns out that the French call such a person le flaneur, or one who strolls. This pleasant white is precisely the type of wine you should drink before ambling down the cobblestone streets of Paris – or to remind yourself of how wonderful it was the last time you did. Clean, juicy and ripe, it has good acidity, along with lime, lemon, pear and peach aromas. It's light- to medium-bodied on the palate, with more citrus and stone fruit flavors. This refreshing white should be served alongside light salads or seafood dishes.