From full-bodied reds that call for a leather armchair and a roaring fire, to aromatic whites that pair so well with Asian cuisine, there are many wine styles to choose from. A great way to start is by exploring different styles and seeing what you like the most.

Have fun!

Big & Bold

These are wines which are full in flavor, dark in color, and likely made from Cabernet. Sometimes, or all the time, you just want a big wine.


Off the Beaten Path

This collection of wines may be a little unfamiliar, but promises to pique your sense of adventure and keep your thirst quenched all at once. Typically lighter in body, food friendly, and different. Above all, they will be delicious and affordable.

After all, the best (and fastest) way to learn about wine is to expose your palate to as many new wines as possible. Go forth!



Higher natural acidity, soft tannins, and lower alcohol – aka, food friendly and insanely drinkable.


Crisp & Refreshing

Crisp is a term that is used to describe how refreshing a wine is.

Crisp wines are not oaky, not too fruity, and likely made from French or Italian varietals. These are the wines that you start your meal with or the wines you drink while there’s no meal in sight.


Silky Whites

A and creamy… what’s not to love?

What makes these wines soft and silky usually involves various winemaking techniques, including the use of oak, aging sur lees, and complete malo-lactic fermentation.