To help, the experts at Winebuyers.com have shared their top seven wines, which are as good as more commonly known grape varieties but, as they aren't as popular, are priced a bit lower.
With like-for-like swaps on wines such as Malbec, Pinot and even fizz, why not try something new this weekend?
The team at Winebuyers say: "Croatian wines are hip through and through. Frankocka is comparable to Malbec because it's similar in body (medium-bodied), dark fruits abound, with earthy undertones and dusty un-invasive tannins – this is cracking value."
This Austrian Grüner Veltliner grape is grown just across the border in Hungary, and makes for a superior dry white at an affordable price.
Low-intervention wine-making is only growing in popularity, making this natural wine very on trend.
This new generation Austrian Gruner has the same neutral style as Pinot Grigio but has a fruitier finish.
Hungarian wine is becoming more popular, meaning you'll see these appearing on wine lists more often, as well as popping up frequently in trendy bars.
Winebuyers say: "Furmint has flavours of zingy gooseberries, ripe bears and limes. The finish is crisp, dry and mouth-watering."
"Created by the Provence chateau that remains owned by Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, Studio De Miraval has a very pale pink colour," say the team at Winebuyers.
"It’s a crisp and precise wine which has a lovely mineral freshness, delicate aromas of citrus, red fruits and white flowers. And you can’t beat the price of under £10."
Tempranillo is ideal for Merlot fans as it is a smooth wine that is a deep, black cherry colour.
It has intense aromas of fresh red berry fruit (strawberries, raspberries), which mingle with subtle creamy notes.
Sweet on the palate, round, with a balanced acidity, this one is more than half the price of an organic Merlot - so very good value.
Described by Winebuyers as: "Champagne but without the price tag, this award winning Cremant uses the champagne method but as the grapes are grown out of the region it can’t be called Champagne."
Fizz fans can expect extremely fine bubbles, and a fresh, aromatic quality on the nose with lemony notes.
Winebuyers say: "Becoming more well-known and affordable option appearing on many wine lists, this dry, refreshing minerally white is from France’s Languedoc.
"Fresh with delicate hints of citrus zest, a great match with fish, shellfish and paella. This wine deserves more recognition."