6 Types of Wine to Try
Move over, Chardonnay. These under-the-radar wines are every drop as good as your regular bottles.
It’s easy to get stuck in a rut when it comes to wine. You sit down at a restaurant or swing by the local wine shop and grab “the usual.” It’s fast and familiar, even if a little bit boring. Here are six of the most popular grape varietals, each paired with a wine that is similar and equally good, just a bit less common. If you try it and miss your old faithful, no problem. Pinot Grigio isn’t going anywhere.