Viognier ("Vee-own-yay") is a full-bodied white wine that originated in southern France and is most loved for its perfumed aromas of peach, tangerine and honeysuckle but can also be oak-aged to add a rich creamy taste with hints of vanilla.
Nebbiolo The grape of Barolo, Barbaresco which are 2 of the most important wines of Italy (in terms of collectability). This red wine smells like roses and red fruits but upon tasting it you will be surprised by it's bold tannin.
Vermentino ("vur-men-teeno") is a light-bodied white wine that comes from Italy. What's exciting about Vermentino is it tastes similar to Sauvignon Blanc and is often much more affordable for quality wines.
The grape variety called Grenache is one of the most widely planted red wine grapes in the world. It is probably originated from Spain, where is widely diffused. Today can be found mainly – but not only - in the south of France, California and Australia.