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Red, red wine, you make me feel so fine! And we are all about finding the best red wines on a budget.
Whether you love a nice glass of red with your plate of pasta or with your cheese and meat board (I mean, who doesn’t?), it can really bring a meal together. And with lots of hearty holiday dishes coming up, we plan on stocking our kitchens with plenty of great wine.
With that thought in mind, we taste-tested the best affordable red wines on the market so that you can enjoy a delicious glass without having to spend a small fortune. See what we thought of each wine in the video above and shop them all below — cheers!
Josh Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon
This $14.99 bottle of red has a 13.9 percent ABV and is from California. Described as big and bold with tasting notes of cherry, oak, vanilla and berry, Drizly suggests pairing this bottle with beef or dessert (specifically chocolate and coffee)!
Shop: Josh Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon, $14.99
Dark Horse Cabernet Sauvignon
This $9.99 Cabernet Sauvignon is from Sonoma County in California and is a total steal. With notes of dark fruit, berry, chocolate and coffee, this wine is great with beef or pork.
Shop: Dark Horse Cabernet Sauvignon, $9.99
The Pinot Project Pinot Noir
For a lighter glass of red wine, this Pinot Noir from The Pinot Project is fruity and light, with notes of cherry, oak and spice. Try pairing this wine with your chicken or a block of fresh, soft cheese.
Shop: The Pinot Project Pinot Noir, $13.99