Wine consumers adore Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Shiraz, and Cabernet Sauvignon Malaysia. Or do they to ’t? There's lots of talk today about grapes which can be forgotten, local, uncommon, indigenous, you name it. Unexpectedly wine geeks are seeking grapes they've never heard of. Why? They definitely do’t need to be. Simply open a bottle of Chablis and you'll discover that Chardonnay is lively in any way.
However, I concur, the unknown is exciting and daring. It turned out to be a fine, refined wine, enjoyable and quite drinkable and I simply wish there were more. Cinsaut is neither forgotten nor truly unknown but it isn't very much utilized as a dominant grape to get a wine that is red. It's become a tiny little fashionable in Chile amphora.