Founded in 2007 by brothers Gerardo, Matias, and Juan Pablo Michelini, Zorzal Wines highlights the high-altitude vineyard sites of Argentina’s Uco Valley. Located in Mendoza, the winery is the highest elevated estate in the region, and it’s home to 70 hectares of vineyard sites, some of which sit at a jaw-dropping 4,500 feet above sea level. The trio farms organically, harvests all fruit by hand, and picks earlier than most other estates in the region to preserve acidity and freshness in the final wines. EGGO ‘Blanc de Cal’ is a varietal Sauvignon Blanc that ferments and ages completely in concrete eggs. The wine was first produced back in 2014, and only 250 cases are made annually. Crisp, thirst-quenching, and bright, this bottle is perfect for serving alongside happy hour snacks, including fresh clams, goat cheese, and/or crudité platters.