Rhone region is the most consumer friendly region.
Hungry's only wine is the Tokaji.
Spain-fusion of foods, sherry-many regions but one stands out is Northern Portagal.
Loire valley-muscadet, sancerne.
Pinot noir-has a cherry notes
Cotes d Rhone (slopes of rhone) 60% granach 40% syrah. Easy drinking, not too intrusive. Cherries, oak, slightly musty.
Bordeaux/medoc(Northern Bordeaux) blend 06- long legs, slight spice, cherry/plums, not too acidic slightly sweet yet dry finish.
07 Tuscan (super tuscan) 90% sangiovese, 10%, Merlot. very fruity, very nice.
Zinfandel-aka primitivo in Italy. old vine. Nicely balanced, very berry hints, with some vanilla and cherry. Long legs. 14.5 abv.
Pinion Greagio, butterscotch, musty. Not my favorite. Pears perry flavor without the sweetness.
Sauvignon blanc: madavoie (robert) vineyard fuma blanc grapes. Madaovie put their own label on their grapes. Good with most white sauces and some light red sauces. Really good with valoutie sauce. Granny smith apples.
Chardonnay: every common all over the world due to the hardness to the grapes. Org. From burgundy area. Tropical fruits light fruits. Same area they make champagne with pinot noir grapes. Good for light sauces and deglasing. oly fish, pasta, etc.
Piesporter, light citrus, best white so far. Mostly from germany and france. Al sais.
Australian Rieslings are different styles and flavors. Germany riesling generally sweet to cut the strong flavors of sausages etc. Oz. styles are very dry and mineral flavors.
Moscato: sparkling wine with a grapefruit note. Sweet and fruity.