A wine that I gravitate to above all others? German Riesling.
Wine regions that I seem to 'feel the gravity' to explore them more deeply as much I can as they strike a chord include the following:
the Loire (especially Chenin, Chenin, Chenin, Chenin and Muscadet), Champagne (particularly and especially grower bubbly), Beaujolais, Jura, Bugey, and Savoie, Switzerland, Alto Adige, Valle d'Aosta, Piemonte, Mount Etna, Canary Islands, Basque Country (on both the French and Spanish sides of the border), Priorat, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, Franken Silvaner (if I could ever get it), Sherry.
But plenty of discoveries for me in regions that overall I might find of less interest (e.g., Faugères in Languedoc).
Surprisingly, Burgundy doesn't make the list. Which is probably due to fewer opportunities to taste it and less willingness to shell out money where the entry price for bottles is higher.