It depends. on my mood, the time of year, what food is going to be consumed, IF food is going to be consumed, the weather.
If you are asking for specific "favorite" wines, I have some, but it would take me a loooooooooong time to list them. I like red wine, I like white wine. I like sparkling wine. I like dessert wine. I like fortified wine. I like expensive wines. I like inexpensive wines.
I maintain a small cellar of around 75 - 100 bottles. about 55 of them are "keepers," and don't get drunk too often, or are waiting to be what I'm considering to be "ready" to drink. The others rotate much more frequently. These are daily drinking wines (or sometimes weekly drinking wines) so they come and go much more often.
Since I believe that wine is the food that completes the meal, it accompanies "dinner" at Chez Julia every night. and here's how I break it down in my classes and writing:
Everyday Wine -- costs $12 or less per 750 ml bottle (some we've enjoyed are around $7, the less they cost, the better for our pocketbook).
Weekly Wines -- cost between $12 and $24; you should be sure to drink better wines once in a while so you will have basis for comparison.
Monthly Wines -- costs between $25 and $50. Look for an occasion to drink one of these every month or two.
Special Occasion Wines -- cost more than $50. Of course you won't probably drink one of these on EVERY special occasion, but you should try to have one at least once a year.