If you're considering a wine date, you're always looking ahead.It is not only beautifully chic and sophisticated to indulge a glass of wine in, but it is usually less expensive than running up a bar tab.\nAnd, let's be honest, there's nothing more pleasant than enjoying a bottle of wine.Regardless of your date's wine knowledge, the following nine wines are indescribably seductive.They are appealing to almost all wine enthusiasts.\nSince we're talking about Australian wine that's available in your region, this list is divided into wine styles and varieties.\n \nPinot Gris and Pinot Grigio\nWhatever you name it, Australian Pinot Grigio and Pinot Gris are vibrant, food-friendly wines that have piqued the interest of wine lovers and producers alike. Despite their separate names, Pinot Grigio and Gris are both made from the same grape variety. The Italian name is Pinot Grigio, and the French name is Pinot Gris. There are no style guidelines in Australia, so these wines can range from fresh and elegant to rich and full-flavored.\nBut one thing is certain: the outcomes are still spectacular. \nPopular Pinot Grigio at CBTD:\n\n\nThe Drover Pinot Grigio \n**Voted Australia's best Pinot Grigio under $20**\n\n\nWine Gang Pinot Grigio - Wine of Australia \u0026amp; Marlborough\n\n\nOutback Jack Pinot Grigio - J.Halliday 4 Star Winery | Wine of Australia\n\n\n \nAustralian Shiraz\nShiraz, Australia's most common grape varietal, is full-bodied with high alcohol and vivid berry and plum aromas and flavors on the nose and palate.Australia's hot summers and cold winters bring depth and structure to the wine, making it a global favorite. Shiraz is characterized as robust, spicy, and with a slightly sweet finish.When drinking this varietal, you can also get a velvety and somewhat syrupy mouthfeel. \nPopular Shiraz at CBTD:\n\n\nHoggies Shiraz - Wine of Coonawarra\n\n\nThe Drover Shiraz - 5 Star Winery\n\n\nVictor Shiraz - Wine of South Australia\n\n\nCabernet Sauvignon\nBordeaux is Cabernet Sauvignon's birthplace. However, Australia has had great success growing it, especially in the Coonawarra and Margaret River regions. These Cabs combine the dark, rich fruit that Cab is known for with mint and eucalyptus flavors. With climates similar to those of Bordeaux, France, Australia has found success in producing Cabernet Sauvignon wines, especially those from Coonawarra in the south and Margaret River in the west. Australia's Cabs lack the richness and alcohol content of Napa Valley Cabs, as well as the nuanced complexity of the finest Bordeauxs. They do, though, have a lovely mix of citrus, acidity, and tannin. After a few years of aging, these wines are delightful with all of these components in balance. \nPopular Cabernet Sauvignon at CBTD:\n\n\nCYLRIUS Cabernet Sauvignon - Wine of South Australia\n\n\nImperial Palace Cabernet Sauvignon - Wine of McLaren Vale\n\n\nDominic's Cabernet Sauvignon - Wine of Adelaide Hills\n\n\n\nAustralian Merlot\nAustralian Merlot is famous for its roundness and soft expression; its mixture of berry and vibrant plum-like flavors, as well as its silky mid palate, appeals to those looking for something less dominant than a pure Cabernet Sauvignon or Shiraz. Merlot is a fine red wine for white wine drinkers due to its smooth feel.\nPopular Merlot at CBTD:\n\n\nKlahn Family Merlot - Wine of Limestone Coast\n\n\nCleanskin Ampelius Cabernet Merlot - Wine of Langhorne Creek\n\n\n \nThat concludes the collection! Try it out on your next date and let us know how it goes.If anybody else has ideas for their favorite super-sexy wine, please share them in the comments section below!