Interesting bundle deal. I know the difference in flavors has been asked, but I'm a bit more curious about the difference in pairing experiences. For example I know these are all sangiovese however are any particular ones out of the four we may be given at random better at enjoying with certain foods? For example, is one better with steak while one would be more suited to a hamburger? Or perhaps is there one out of the bunch that has a sweetness that would make it go well on its own, with fruit, cheese, or even with a dessert? This bundle definitely isn't too complicated, but there are a lot of variables at play with the four different options and you only being able to get two. This is why I'm curious if there is a large difference between what those four wines are best enjoyed with, food wise, because say two of them are great with red meat and two of them are more suited to a pairing with cheese and fruit, someone or myself might end up with two bottles that they would have rather not gotten.
Also, I feel I have to ask this with every wine, are any of these good solo wines or will I enjoy them the most with food? With a combination pack like this are there any out of the four random ones that are more suited to being enjoyed on their own? Perhaps one out of the four has just the perfect combination of sweetness, tannin, viscosity, ABV, etc. that makes it stand out in this regard. Any information on this would be appreciated. Perhaps a break down of which, particularly out of the four randoms, but all would be appreciated, wines go best with what and if they'd make a good solo wine.
Oh and if you could provide some of your favorite parings with each (winery, or people who have tried) I would appreciate that. As I've mentioned there are six different wines here so I'm very curious as to what I would enjoy them with and what I could potentially miss out on enjoying them with if I got two that didn't particularly pair well with something the other two would have paired well with.