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?
Pinot Noir/ Spätburgunder
Tempranillo/ Tinto de Toro
I don't drink red
Which white varietals are you most interested in?
Pinot Gris/ Grigio
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
Seared Ahi tuna
Which snack would you want most with wine?
Salty Chips or Crisps
Good Bread, Oil, and Vinegar
Soft Pretzel and Mustard
Which French wine region do enjoy most?
Not a big French wine drinker
What's the most important feature in a wine for you?