"A Chablis chardonnay might make some people balk, they could be afraid of that buttery, oak flavor that inherent in chardonnay. But this one is clean, it's minimal, it's citrusy, and it's really just exquisite with any type of seafood," Selecman added.
To cure your hangover, a hair of the dog:
Sometimes after a night of heavy drinking... you kind of just want another drink with breakfast to cleanse your palate, so to speak.
"I'm going to go back to the Provence rosé for this one. But then, I'm always going toss out something else. People might laugh, but a good Moscato d'Asti won't cost more than $20, it's like 5% alcohol, and is almost like drinking a really good pear cider," Selecman said. "It will really help set your head back on straight, without putting you down for the count."