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10,000 Hours Cabernet Sauvignon 2018
Washington, United States
2018
$48.00
1000 Stories Cabernet Sauvignon 2021
California, United States
2021
$24.00
1000 Stories Zinfandel 2021
California, United States
2021
$24.00
11th Hour Cellars Pinot Noir (NV)
California, United States
$17.50
14 Hands Cabernet Sauvignon 2020
Washington, United States
2020
$17.50
14 Hands Merlot
Washington, United States
Sold Out
$21.00
19 Crimes Cabernet Sauvignon 2020
South Australia, Australia
2020
$18.25
19 Crimes Death Row Records Red Blend 2020
California, United States
2020
$33.00
19 Crimes Shiraz - Durif 2020
Victoria, Australia
2020
$17.00
19 Crimes Shiraz 2021
South Eastern Australia, Australia
2021
$19.75
20 Mille by Jean Philippe Janoueix 2019
Bordeaux, France
2019
Sold Out
$57.00
50th Parallel Pinot Noir 2021
British Columbia, Canada
2021
$40.00
50th Parallel Rose Pinot Noir 2021
British Columbia, Canada
2021
$26.00
667 Pinot Noir 2020
California, United States
2020
$15.75
75 Wine Company Cabernet Sauvignon 2021
California, United States
2021
$30.00
A Mano Primitivo
Puglia, Italy
Sold Out
$16.50
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best Red Wine to drink?

When it comes to Red Wine, you have a variety of classic grapes to choose from. One of the best Red Wines is a Pinot Noir, the Louis Latour Chateau Corton Grancey. It's a textural masterpiece with mouth-watering acidity and grippy cedar-like tannins.

What kind of food goes with Red Wine?

Even though Red Wine might taste fine with a large variety of foods, a great wine pairing can make your meal taste truly amazing. A Cabernet Sauvignon goes perfect with a rich red meat like beef steaks or grilled burgers. Meanwhile a Sangiovese pairs well with rustic, Italian-style dishes like lasagna and veal Parmesan.

What is a good Red Wine for beginners?

Red wine is often classified by body type, which means how heavy the wine feels in your mouth. For a light-body wine you can try a Pinot Noir or Beaujolais, while for a full-body one the best options are Cabernet Sauvignon or Malbec.