Which Wine Should You Actually Be Drinking?
You enjoy a solid balance between citrusy and dry. Chardonnay is sipped by the classiest of drinkers, so pinky up, and enjoy a few drinks, or the entire bottle.
All hands on deck — hope you're wearing Sperry's. You appreciate the finer things in life, so why not sip wine that reflects you? Port is mostly considered a desert wine, but its fruity and spiced taste makes it great for any occasion.
Whether you're sitting down to eat or just drinking with friends, you have great taste, so pour up some blanc and have yourself a night!
Sweet is your middle name, moscato. Sure, some people may think you're a little much, but that's what sets you apart from the crowd. And if someone can't handle your flavor, they aren't worth your time.
The Smiths said it best, Meat is Murder, so obviously you're pinot noir! Best paired with vegetables, you thrive in unpopular dive bars — until they become too mainstream.
Cab is super classy and goes well with just about everything. You're on the pickier side and have extremely high class; bottoms up!
The complex flavors and rich taste of a good bottle of malbec is a reflection of how individualistic you are. Your tastes are diverse but simple. Malbec, just like you, is meant to be savored, slowly.
The only thing more American than apple pie is a bottle of merlot from California. You get along with everyone, are appreciated by many, and go down smooth. The complex flavors and rich taste of a good bottle of merlot is a reflection of how individualistic you are. Your tastes are diverse but simple. Merlot, just like you, is meant to be savored, slowly.
You're chill and rich, full-flavored, and you go well with pretty much anything. Pinot gives off an awesome smoky vibe, and can be drank just about anywhere.
Sweet, but not over-the-top. Refreshing in the summer, pairs well with most foods. In a word, you're "pleasant." Remember: There's no such thing as too much riesling.