Furmint is one of the world's lesser-known fine white wines — unless, of course, you're from Hungary. There it's famous for being the base of that country's excellent dessert Tokays. But furmint also yields some complex, vibrant dry white wines, too. This is an inexpensive example. There's an intensely citrusy quality — lime, grapefruit and orange — with a clean, fresh finish. Even if you can't find this exact wine, keep an eye out for this fine grape variety.