It brings me great pleasure to share the lesser known examples the wine world has to offer. Here are some of the most underrated wines I relate to some of the most classic styles. See which one is best for you! Feel free to comment for specific recommendations.
Which is your "go to" style of wine?
- Sparkling (especially Champagne)
- Depends on the mood and the food
Which red varietals are you most interested in?
- Cabernet Sauvignon
- Pinot Noir/ Spätburgunder
- Syrah/ Shiraz
- Grenache/ Garnacha
- Tempranillo/ Tinto de Toro
- I don't drink red
Which white varietals are you most interested in?
- Sauvignon Blanc
- Pinot Gris/ Grigio
- Chenin Blanc
- I don't drink white
Which descriptors do you find most attractive?
- Bold and oaky with dark berry notes
- Delicate and nuanced red fruits and spices
- Crisp, clean, and citrusy
- Bubbly, expressive, and luxurious
- So complexed and nuanced I don't know what to do but drink more.
- A balance of rich fruit and earthy goodness
- Pink, perfumed, chilled, and delicious
- Exotic, intense, chilled, and refreshing
Which meal is most appealing to you?
- Oysters and Uni/sea urchin
- Steak & frites or a Burger & fries
- Chef's Charcuterie Board please
- Rack of Lamb
- Shrimp Ceviche
- Seared Ahi tuna
- Vegan Nachos
Which snack would you want most with wine?
- Dried Mango
- Beef Jerky
- Fine Cheese
- Salty Chips or Crisps
- Good Bread, Oil, and Vinegar
- Soft Pretzel and Mustard
- Cured Meats
Which French wine region do enjoy most?
- Not a big French wine drinker
What's the most important feature in a wine for you?
- Culture & History
- Refreshing Aromatics
- Balance and Delicacy