10 of the Most Unique Wines

Wine is typically made from grapes, but did you know that the process of wine-making can be applied to all fruit, even vegatables and other sugars like honey and agave? The possibilities of wine are ENDLESS. Try a unique wine, you might be surprised at how it pleases the palate. Here are a few of the MOST unique wines in the U.S.

Top 7 Unique Wines:

  1. Rhubarb Wine

    Mill Lane Winery, Washington

  2. Coconut Chardonnay

    Fun Wine, Florida

  3. Macadamia Nut Wine

    Volcano Winery, Hawaii

  4. Garlic Wine

    Rapazzini Winery, California

  5. Jalapeño Wine

    Cardinal Hollow Winery, Pennsylvania

  6. From the Ashes, Raspberry Chipotle Honey Wine Batch Mead, California
  7.  Midnight, Blackberry & Black Currant Mead Batch Mead, California

What is the fanciest type of wine?

Fanciest wine typically equates to "most expensive" wine. Half of the most top 50 most expensive wines are Pinot Noir, typically from Burgundy, France. 24 of the 50 wines are Cabernet Sauvignon wine from Napa Valley, CA.

What is a good wine to impress?

  1. Pahlmeyer Proprietary Red Wine
  2. Francois LeClerc, Gevrey Chambertin, Burgundy
  3. 2010 Château Faizeau Montagne Saint-Emilion
  4. Nottingham Micro Lot Reserve, Livermore Valley
  5. 2009 Sequoia Grove Cambium
  6. 2011 Sandhi Santa Rita Hills Pinot Noir
  7.  Sweet Whiskey Barrel Aged Mead 

See more info on these great impressive wines.

What makes a wine unique?

Wine flavor profile changes based on four things-- grapes, soil, climate, and TIME. Even the process of how the grapes are treated during fermentation and type of barrel (if the wine is aged on barrel) can impact the flavor. There are more than 10,000 wine grape varieties in the world, all producing different tastes and smells when made into wine. Each factor makes a wine unique.

What is the most famous wine?

These are the most famous wine varietals in the world:

  1. Cabernet Sauvignon
  2. Merlot
  3. Airen
  4. Tempranillo
  5. Chardonnay
  6. Syrah
  7. Garnacha
  8. Sauvignon Blanc 

See more of the most popular wines in the world.

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