Listening to pop megastar Adele's album 25 is an emotional experience. If you're ready to feel some feelings, grab your headphones, a box of tissues and one (or all) of these bottles. You\u2019re going to need \u2019em.\r\n\r\n\u201cHello\u201d: Dalrymple 2013 Pipers River Pinot Noir (Tasmania)\r\n\r\nJust admit it, you already know all the lyrics to Adele\u2019s stunner of an opener. The woman doesn\u2019t shy away from giving the people what they want: a roar of an introduction to an emotional, reflective album. This wine from Tasmania likewise broods with baking spice and dark beetroot, showing depth and concentration that keeps you coming back for more.\r\n\r\n\u201cSend My Love (To Your New Lover)\u201d: Filipa Pato NV 3B Sparkling Ros\u00e9 (Bairrada) \r\n\r\nPoppy and fresh, the second song of the album is a palate cleanser from the heaviness and power of \u201cHello.\u201d Up your sass intake and pair \u201cSend My Love\u201d with this Champagne-style sparkler from Portugal.\r\n\r\n\u201cI Miss You\u201d: Broc Cellars 2012 Valdigui\u00e9 (Solano County Green Valley)\r\n\r\nThe chanteuse brings her powerful vocals to the fore on this swaying track, which oscillates between yearning and heartbreak. This bottle does the same, washing over your palate with sharp herbs, cutting acidity and a tease of fruit you can\u2019t quite have.\r\n\r\n\u201cWhen We Were Young\u201d: Yann Bertrand 2014 Folie (Fleurie)\r\n\r\nThe album\u2019s second single, this ballad drips with bittersweet nostalgia. It\u2019s also contender for best song of the whole shebang, if you ask us. Bertrand\u2019s Fleurie\u2014made from 30\u00ad\u201360 year-old vines delivers a wash of black tea and crushed flowers, while young, fresh red fruit comes and goes.\r\n\r\n\u201cRemedy\u201d: Ch\u00e2teau Coulon 2014 Rouge (Corbi\u00e8res) \r\n\r\n\u201cRemedy\u201d is one of those tracks that hits you in the gut, simultaneously intense and minimal. Seek out this blend from Languedoc-Roussillon for its powerful savory aromas of olives and anise, with earthy, straightforward flavors of tobacco and balsamic.\r\n\r\n\u201cWater Under the Bridge\u201d: Txom\u00edn Etxan\u00edz 2013 Getaria (Getariako Txakolina)\r\n\r\nAdele says this song is about her relationship with her long-time boyfriend, a clear-eyed, poppy look at love. In that vein, we\u2019re reaching for a zippy white, like this Txakoli from Spain\u2019s Basque region. Minerally with a hit of stone fruit and green apple, it\u2019s pure and spritzy.\r\n\r\n\u201cRiver Lea\u201d: Meinklang 2009 Zweigelt (Burgenland)\r\n\r\nWith its gospel undertones, \u201cRiver Lea\u201d explores Adele\u2019s roots and past via her hometown on the banks of the titular river. Organs and backup vocals round out the medium tempo song, which moves the album into its second half. Similarly, Meinklang\u2019s Zweigelt is stylish and structured, moving from aromas of stewed fruit to flavors of bright cherry.\r\n\r\n\u201cLove in the Dark\u201d: Southern Right 2013 Pinotage (Hemel en Aarde)\r\n\r\nWe hope you\u2019re in the mood for a good cry. \u201cLove in the Dark\u201d may soar with gorgeous orchestral accompaniment, but Adele gets real about a dying relationship. Hailing from South Africa, the Southern Right is just as complex, with earthy spice and deep, blue fruit in equal measure.\r\n\r\n\u201cMillion Years Ago\u201d: Alta Alella 2010 Opus Evolutium Gran Reserva Brut Nature\r\n\r\nWe\u2019re rounding the bend on Adele\u2019s emotional roller coaster, and this flamenco-inspired track doesn\u2019t disappoint. As she sings about the bittersweet passage of time, you\u2019ll be hit right in the feels. Our pick for vintage Cava embodies that in the glass: briny like your tears, with just a hint of fruit.\r\n\r\n\u201cAll I Ask\u201d: Delas Fr\u00e8res 2011 Fran\u00e7ois de Tournon (Saint-Joseph)\r\n\r\nThis Broadway-esque number takes full advantage of Adele\u2019s vocals. It\u2019s a career-defining track, echoing throwback Barbara Streisand. Wines from Saint-Joseph in the Rh\u00f4ne have the depth and breadth to match, especially this one. Structured with soft tannins and offering up dusty pepper and herb notes, it\u2019s the kind of moody, dark wine this song requires.\r\n\r\n\u201cSweetest Devotion\u201d:Raumland 2008 Cuv\u00e9e Katharina Brut (Germany)\r\n\r\nClosing off the album is Adele\u2019s dedication to her son. Optimistic about the biggest relationship in her life thus far, it\u2019s bright and celebratory. This bubbly, from Germany\u2019s Rheinhessen region, likewise sparkles with friendly floral aromas, warm brioche and caramel undertones.