Famed British writer Virginia Woolf once said, \u201cLanguage is wine upon the lips.\u201d Of course, nothing quite pairs like a good book and a great wine. Read on for some favorite pieces of classic literature, paired with pours based on the name or region of the author or text.\r\nThe Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri\r\nPonte alle Ruote Vernaccia di San Gimignano \r\nThis light, golden wine is perfect to accompany Dante\u2019s journey through the afterworld. Not only is this crisp, dry bottling made near Florence, close to where Dante wrote his masterpiece, but Vernaccia was also briefly mentioned in the text.\r\nThe Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas\r\nDomaine du Gros \u2019Nor\u00e9 Bandol Ros\u00e9\r\nTo accompany this French classic about Edmond Dant\u00e8s\u2019s false imprisonment on an island fortress off Marseilles, choose this citrusy, dry ros\u00e9 made in the region. The winery is located in Provence, where Marseilles is the capital.\r\n\r\n\r\nThe Heights of Macchu Picchu by Pablo Neruda\r\nJ. Bouchon Pa\u00eds Viejo\r\nPair this monumental poem with a fruity red wine made in the area Neruda was born, the greater Maule region of Chile. The tome focuses on both his identity and Latin American history; it was inspired by Neruda\u2019s visit to the legendary Machu Picchu, Peru.\r\nDon Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes\r\nFinca Antigua Crianza Tempranillo\r\nJust as Sancho Panza accompanied Don Quixote, this Spanish classic should be escorted by a Tempranillo that comes from La Mancha, Quixote\u2019s home region.\r\nMoby-Dick by Herman Melville\r\nMelville Estate Chardonnay\r\nTo celebrate the 200th anniversary of Melville\u2019s birth, raise a glass of California-based Melville winery\u2019s Chardonnay with this epic tale of revenge. The fresh and fruity wine will be an excellent aid to this intense, often quirky and humorous text.