Those who like wine tend to like fruity aromas, so if you drink sake labeled “Ginjo” or “Daiginjo”, you will find it tasty in most cases! However, in order to dig deeper into sake from there, the kind of wine you usually drink is important.
First of all, if you like sparkling wine, you may want to try sake of a sparkling type as well. There are two types of sparkling sake: The first one produces natural carbonic acid by secondary fermentation which requires the yeast to be bottled while it’s alive, like champagne. Another type is charging gas after bottling artificially.
Those who like white wine may find sake easy to drink and compatible with their tastes as sake has a clean and dry “aftertaste”. On the other hand, red wine drinkers, in order to experience the deep flavor mixture of sour and bitter, you may be satisfied with Yamahai or Kimoto, the kinds of sake brewed with traditional methods.
Of course, this is just a simple recommendation and I know that there are people who have a preference for “white wines with a sour taste” or “lighter red wines”, but I hope that this information will help when finding the perfect sake for you.