Wine

barolo

beaujolais

bordeaux

burgundy

cabernet sauvignon

chablis

champagne

chardonnay

chenin blanc

chianti

fumé blanc

gewurztraminer

grenache

malbec

marsala

marsanne

merlot

nebbiolo

pinot blanc

pinot gris

pinot noir

retsina

riesling

rosé

sangiovese

sauternes

sauvignon blanc

semillon

shiraz

valpolicella

verdelho

zinfandel

Uppercase regions and vineyards:

Hunter Valley

Chateauneuf-du-Pape

Napa

Chateau Mouton-Rothschild

Chateau Latour

Chateau Margaux

Any serious collection of fine burgundy should include cases of Pouilly-Fuissé and Romanée Conti.

NB: Due to legal action by the French wine industry, most French terminology is being phased out from labels of non-French wines. Grange Hermitage, for example, is now simply Grange (unless you’re talking about an older vintage labelled under the original name). Legally, champagne comes only from the Champagne region; anywhere else it’s sparkling wine. Australian winemakers have a staggered schedule of compliance for degallicised names.