What your favourite wine says about you

Publish Date
Friday, 26 May 2017, 10:59AM

There's nothing better than unwinding after a long day with a tall glass of vino.

And while there are many different varieties, we all have our go-to style. According to Metro, here's what your favourite type of wine says about you...

Sweet Rosé
This isn’t wine.

This is alcoholic Ribena. It has nothing to do with wine, and shouldn’t be allowed to be sold as it.

Stop pretending and have a Bacardi Breezer.

New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc
You like to think that you know lots about wine. You actually don’t.

Or maybe you just really enjoy things that were trendy in 2012.

House white
There’s no pretention here. You want to get boozy in a nice, cheerful way, probably in a pub garden.

House red
There’s always one, isn’t there? Everyone else wanted a bottle of white, but no, you want red. You said something about it being better for your health or something, so everyone agreed to it.

Now you’ve all got purple teeth.

Actual Rosé
This is more forgivable than super sweet syrup Rose.

You’re probably on a count-down to your annual girl’s holiday, which includes the Kayla Itsines Beach Body workout, and co-ordinated bikinis. Rose is the Diet Coke of wines.

Prosecco
Despite the fact that you get a TINY glass, and it costs more, you Prosecco drinkers seem committed.

You probably work in HR, go running every evening, don’t drink during the week and would really rather be having a G&T but wanted to get in on a shared bottle.

Malbec
I don’t want to scare you, but you’re a grown up. You order wine from the wine list by reading the actual description rather than just picking the second cheapest so you don’t seem like you’re poor.

You’ve probably got an actual corkscrew at home, and have even been known to have one glass and then put the bottle away. Some people would imply that you’re boring, but we’re not that mean.

Chardonnay
You’re not bothered by the Chardonnay stigma of the Bridget Jones era. You’re a maverick. An independent thinker. A rogue.

 

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