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Red From Cab to Merlot and Shiraz to Pinot, there is plenty to buy and try in the wide world of red wine. Check out our favorites of red wine according to grapes. Take a look at popular red wine varietals, red wine pricing and recommendations, key red wine producing regions, appropriate red wine food pairing ideas. view all White A look at the styles of white wines available, vintage pricing and recommendations, producing regions, appropriate food pairing ideas, storing and serving tips. Choosing the right white wine to enjoy with dinner or to serve guests does not have to be hard. view all Sparkling While Champagne and other sparkling wines are commonly uncorked at celebrations, a glass of bubbly can fit any occasion. Liven up your palate by looking through our selections of some of the best sparkling wines. view all Rose Rosé wine is popular, particularly during the summer months. Its style, traditionally dry and light, appeals both to white and red wine drinkers seeking something cool and refreshing to help beat the heat. view all Liquors Below is a very basic primer for the most popular types of hard liquor that are currently popular: vodka, whiskies (scotch, Irish, Canadian and bourbon), rum, gin, tequila, and brandy. view all
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From Cab to Merlot and Shiraz to Pinot, there is plenty to buy and try in the wide world of red wine. Check out our favorites of red wine according to grapes. Take a look at popular red wine varietals, red wine pricing and recommendations, key red wine producing regions, appropriate red wine food pairing ideas.
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Red wine, that rich, wonderful complement to so many meals and nightcap to so many evenings. It tastes even better when you can score a bottle for $20 or less. From Cabernet Sauvignon to Zinfandel, we’ve rounded up 10 of the best cheap red wines to help you entertain or give you something to bring to a party. Even better, you can buy these online right now and skip the trip to the store. For any of the wines on this list, be sure to use a red wine glass, which feature a wider opening and a deeper bowl than white wine glasses to highlight the more developed notes.
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Wine Advocate awarded this wine 91 points, but that hasn’t changed the profile of this obscure but elegant red. This wine spent 14 months in French and American oak barrels and has had plenty of time to integrate its flavors since. You may still get a somewhat woody, oak-forward wine, but currant and other red fruits should be more than a little present by this point. The label adds a nice note of sophistication at the price point, too.
This is a cool-climate Syrah from my second-favorite growing region of Chile. Awarded no fewer than 90 points from James Suckling, Wine Spectator, Wine & Spirits, and Stephen Tanzer (with an 89 from Wine Advocate), this is a fine bet at this price point. Dark berries, smoke, and black pepper are all present, but you should give it a bit of air with an aerator per the winemaker’s suggestion.
Big liquor stores are overwhelming, both online and IRL. With hundreds of bottles to choose from, it’s temping to just stick with what you know (what up, Californian pinot) or to pick the cheapest one with the coolest label. But that’s the opposite of what you should be doing according to Amanda Smeltz, head sommelier at Bar Boulud and Boulud Sud in NYC. When it comes to budget bottles, you’ll get the best quality by sticking to smaller producers and lesser-known wine regions, and ignoring the fancy label. “If it’s got a really cool, jazzy-looking label you should probably avoid it,” says Smeltz. Too much emphasis on marketing often points to a bland product; better to look for grapes and wine regions that sound unfamiliar. “Steer for the stuff that looks confusing and scary,” she says. “Those wines tend to be less expensive but that doesn’t mean lower quality, it just means that nobody knows about wines from that place.” To get you started, here are nine great red wines you can buy on Amazon for under $15 (plus one just over), selected by a real-deal sommelier.
Sagelands merlot, Columbia Valley, Washington ($9.99) “The price is a combination of a lesser-known region and a grape that has a lackluster reputation. A lot of young people in the US think merlot is going to be just a lousy red wine, but it’s one of the two most important grapes in Bordeaux. It can give pretty fruit notes like dark berry and plum, so it’s a really great fall-winter drink. And not a lot of Americans know that the Columbia Valley in Washington is a great region for red grapes. It’s cool climate, like Bordeaux, so it has the capacity to produce a more balanced red wine.”
Cantore di Castelforte negroamaro, Salento, Italy ($11.99) “Southern Italy has been economically depressed for a long time, and its wine culture has been sort of forgotten in light of the country’s more famous regions in the center and the north. That drives the prices way, way down. So you can drink some really cool stuff from the south of Italy for not a lot of money at all. Negroamaro is a unique grape, it gives really ripe, spicy, piquant notes. If you’re a bitter digestif or amaro drinker you’re likely to love this wine.”
Willow Way shiraz/mourvedre, South Africa ($12.99) “Most grapes have different names in other places. Shiraz is the same as syrah, and mourvedre has like 50 different names. In California they call it mataro, in Spanish it’s monastrell. This blend caught my eye because in the south of France, syrah and mourvedre are blended together constantly. But you’ll get better value with a South African wine because the American market isn’t very aware of them. There’s just as much wine history in South Africa as in Australia but due to the happenstance of global marketing, people here don’t know about it.”
Avantis “Charisma” vradiano/merlot, Evia, Greece ($12.99) “There’s a ton of red wine — and beautiful whites — all over Greece but it’s the same story as Southern Italy. Between economic depression and really inadequate global marketing no one knows about their wines, which is a pity because they have a ton of indigenous grape varieties that are really unique and expressive. This is a great beginner Greek wine because only half of it is a native grape. It’s blended with merlot which will soften out the spicy, herbal characteristics of the vradiano and make it more palatable to global drinkers.”
Aimee June grenache, Santa Clara, California ($14) “Grenache is totally underrated in my opinion, both in the US and in Europe. I really like it because it’s cheerful and gives a ton of fruit, it can be really pleasurable if you like a riper red wine. This one is from Santa Clara which is a lesser-known wine region in California. If you’re trying to drink Sonoma grenache you’re probably going to pay five times the price and that’s just because of the relative fame of the region. So drinking from the lesser-known regions of California is a good way to get value.”
Recommended for those who enjoy sweet red wines, this is a great light option. A fruity, easy-drinking wine is perfect for late summer evenings when the heat lingers even as the days get shorter. This New York wine has notes of cherries and can be enjoyed chilled. Despite lacking any dryness, it also isn’t too sweet. A solid general purpose bottle to have on hand.
Continuing with the Washington theme — the region clearly has something working for it — this was the first of the U.S.-produced Lembergers. Especially stateside, this is a style that began to fade a bit right around the time this particular vintage was bottled, which means you should grab it now before you miss out on an excellent smooth, fruity wine. With a score of 90 from Wine Enthusiast, this will approximate the European form nicely.
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