1-Skouras Zoe White 1013- Greece "ok"
(aromas of fresh flowers with hints of fruit and avocado. Flavors of orange and lemon blossom)
2-La Piana Palmizio Vermentino 2013- Italy "Not for me"
(Melon and pear accented by herbs and minerals.)
3- Guigal Cotes du Rhone Blanc 2013- France "ok"
(notes of white peach and tangerine, aromas of honeysuckle, pear, kiwi and minerals.)
***4-Reichsgraf Von Kesselstatt Josephshofer Riesling Kabinett 2007- Germany "My Favorite!!!"
You know I would choose the one I can't pronounce. But as I look over the list I realize I can't pronounce any of them. When I first tasted this one I thought it was a bit to sweet for me. But there was something I really liked about it. The folks in my group seemed to really like it too, even the red wine drinkers.
5- Las Lilas Vinho Verde Rose 1014- Portugal "not for me"
(It is a blended wine. Flavors of strawberry, rhubarb, bing cherry and pomegranate.)
6-Domaine Douloufakis Danois Liatiko 2011- Greece "Not for me"
(Aromas of wild cherry, peppercorn and lavender. Ripe tannins. Bitter Chocolate nuance.)
7-Chateau Grand Portail La Croix Blanche Bordeaux Rouge 2013- France "good"
I am not a red wine drinker but this one I did kinda like. I could see myself sipping on it very slowly.
(Nose of juicy red fruits underlined by touches of crushed berries and vanilla notes.)
(Dark red cherry, pomegranate, plum spices, leather notes)
9-Vegal Syrah 2013- Spain "Not for me"
(intense aromas, ripe fruit, balsamic notes)
Get out and try a new wine.
I suggest you go to a tasting.