Gerard Bertrand is one of the most important wine producers in the Languedoc region of France. Organic and biodynamic practices, reduced yields in the vineyards, and a philosophy built on getting the finest expressions of fruit from the austere soils mean any wine with the Bertrand name on it is worth buying. While some new wines are on their way, you can satisfy your curiosity, and your thirst, with these splendid and value-driven wines. Languedoc la Clape–Chateau l’Hospitalet, $27. Saint Chinian Syrah Mourvèdre, $22. Vibrant, sweet, herbal, and floral notes lead off this rich Languedoc wine. Try them with a grilled leg of lamb.