1. Different types of wine
Most wines derive from different parts of Europe (unless you lived under a rock). According to frenchscout.com, their flavors represent the true essence of their native origins, and each are stylistically different ranging from color to sweetness and bubbly concoction. Written on the labels, you will notice the white wines, “Gewurztraminer,” “Sauvignon Blanc,” “Riesling,” and “Chardonnay” are cultivated in France, Germany and New Zealand. And from the red grape family – “Zinfandel,” “Syrah,” “Merlot,” “Carbernet Sauvignon,” “Pinot Noir” and “Sangiovese” are famous for their rich and soft blends. These wines come from Germany, France and Australia to name a few.