I think you’re talking about glossy finishes?
They exist, but are very rare. Printable discs have more in common than not, and unfortunately some with the best surface do not give the best burn results.
The common approach to getting a nice finish on a disc is to use a spray-on sealer like clear acrylic, but this requires some committment in terms of a clean work-space and practicing your painting technique.
My advice is to use the best quality media you can get, that happens to also be printable. Work with your printer settings and learn what gives the best color and contrast on the media you have. With my Canon, that means using ICM plus pushing the intensity up a little. (The discs tend to be a little “flat” in comparison to high-res paper so you need to force the intensity).
And, if you really have to have a nice finish, look for Krylon (in the USA) at a hobby shop, clear acrylic spray.