How to Stock a Wine Cellar – Varietals that Please any Palate
You're only as good as the company you keep. Same goes for your wine. What you have in your cellar—whether that's a temperature-controlled wine fridge or a shelf that doubles as a wine rack—says a lot about you. We're partial to Don Miguel Gascón, but we understand the novelty of having a few options beyond a stellar Malbec.
- The reds need to make a strong showing. A flavorful Malbec is a must for a juicy steak dinner or casual pizza night. Make sure to span the spectrum with an elegant, light-bodied Pinot Noir and a rich, full-bodied Cabernet Sauvignon.
- Keep a few versatile whites on hand, especially for warmer days and lighter dishes. Chardonnay is an obvious crowd-pleaser, but we're big fans of Argentina's everyday white wine, Torrontés. Cover your bases with a refreshing Pinot Grigio and a sweet Riesling.
A great host stocks up on a variety of styles to please any palate. An outstanding host never lets the Don Miguel Gascón run out.