Someone said :
What yeast do you use for wine?
We've tried the wild yeast approach loads in the past, especially when dealing with sources like elder etc but it can be a bit of hit and miss.
Red star's Cote des blanc is one of the better ones scent wise - and seems to really take to fruity wines, lalvin's narbonne yeast I've found a bit iffy and has only worked out with a dry white blend. White labs avise wine yeast is decent too - but not well matched with anything heavy (Last year we made a small batch with oak as its main base - was a bit rough) another one is Summation (cant think of the company right now) but it seems to give wines a smooth thinkness which is quite nice.
Other than that there's premier curvee which has the fasted fermentation I've seen
Frodo: http://www.homebrewwest.ie/magnum-14-day-wine-kits-30-bottles-118 etc ...
Loads of supermarkets sell the kits now - I've seen them mostly in Tescos over here but there def a trend about the place