Here's "Crisp & delicate":
Wines in this category are light and easy-drinking. The light, fragrant wines are a perfect match for fish, seafood, light salads or to give a refreshing lift to a rich cheese dish.
Personally, I am completely overwhelmed by the options out there, and greatly appreciate the helping hand of color-coding. I know what flavors I like to drink; but that's about it. When faced with a row of wine options, I generally select the bottle with the coolest label, to be perfectly honest!
Sainbury's site also give tips on determing taste based on a wine's color:
A very pale colour in a white wine indicates a lighter style, while deeper golds and yellows usually mean it is richer, oakier or sweeter. Reds vary in colour from brick-red (the orange or brown hints indicate age) to pinky-purple hues, which show youthfulness.(source)
Any wine connoisseurs out there who know if color is one reliable way to determine a general taste? Any favorites?