what are ur favorite i still havent found one i am in love with
The best trick is to hit some wine tastings. Many restaurantsand liquor stores host these, some are free some are not. But the trick is to try all kinds. We have usually about 2 dozen or more types in the wine closet cause there is no "all-purpose" wine.
Some wines dry>reds are better with red meats and heavymeals, whites >sweeter are better with lighter fare and warm weather sipping. Reds are to be room temp or as low as 55 degrees and actually do taster different if allowed to air for a spell before serving, whites and sweets are to be in the 40 degree range.
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Start going to (free) wine tastings, and learn what you like: http://www.localwineevents.com/
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