We have a feeling you've already had first hand experience with this one, but just to reiterate, in small quantities, all alcohol can be an aphrodisiac. "Alcohol pushes aside the doubts, fears and mores that typically restrain people from pursuing what might have been," Hopkins says. But if you have to choose one, Reiley recommends champagne and sparkling wine. "They enter your blood stream quickly so you get that lovely giddy, warm effect from just a few sips," Reiley says. "In addition, sparkling wines have many more health benefits than most types of alcohol and the aromas of some Champagnes replicate human pheromones." According to "Pleasuring: The Secrets of Sexual Satisfaction," yeasty champagnes, dry Rieslings and some chardonnays are said to replicate women's pheromones, while earthy pinots, cabernet sauvignon, and Bordeaux blends are said to replicate male pheromones.