Top 10 Reds You Should Try for National Red Wine Day

Admit it, choosing the perfect red wine takes more time than expected. Plus, it can be quite tricky as there are so many options― different sizes, different flavors and different shades of red. But don’t fret because here’s a roundup of the best red wines you can savor during the much anticipated National Red Wine Day coming up on August 28th!

2012 Joseph Phelps Insignia

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Labelled as one of the most favored red wines in California, a sip from this full-bodied red welcomes the celebration in full blast. The dark berry aroma gives a slightly brighter red buzz, making it quite distinct from other red wines. 

2010 Domaine Loubejac Pinot Noir Willamette Valley 

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Another sought-after red wine suited for sweet-tooth drinkers, this Pinot Noir from Domaine Loubejac is a mix of earthy, fruity and slightly smoky flavors. A medium-light body with very low acidity, you’ll surely finish more than one drink.

2015 Quady Elysium Black Muscat

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A sweet red wine, this black Muscat is a surprise for the special event. It is oozing with blackberry and raspberry zest with a dash of bubble-gum tang. Surprisingly, this one complements well with chocolate puddings.

2015 Château Saint Julian Bordeaux Supérieur

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If you’re on tight budget, this red wine is of good value. Plus, it’s slightly spicy with some hints of coffee bean and berries. Overall, if you want something unique for this once in a year celebration, then try this one.

2014 Corison Cabernet Sauvignon

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Since Napa Valley is famed for their big, bold reds, you shouldn’t miss the ever youthful, fruit-driven Corison Cabernet Sauvignon. The smooth tannins balance the ripe plum traces, making it a good finish after a heavy meal.

2014 Chateau Feret Lambert Bordeaux Superieur

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Make the gathering more memorable by adding this fruit-forward and solid-colored red into the table. And, you will be disappointed with the melange of black cherry, toasty mocha and cassis hints that match the dark and earthy core.

2014 Seghesio Sonoma Zinfandel

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From the prominent Zindafel producer in California, the Seghesio Sonoma Zinfandel spells out crisp acidity and lush black fruit flavor. Not only that, you’ll love the splash of spiciness that brings out the perfect red balance.

2014 Flichman Malbec Tupungato

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If you prefer a more fruity wine, the Flichman Malbec Tupungato is such a charm. A full-bodied and flavourful red with smacks of blackberry and slight mushroom notes, pair this drink with your favorite grilled meat and vegetable.

2013 Caymus Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

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Highlighting its dark cherry core, velvety tannins, and vanilla notes, you’ll never forget this sophisticated Cabernet Sauvignon from the ever-reliable Caymus farms. The signature style is something you’d look forward on August 28.

2000 Chateau Latour Pauillac

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A sexy, refined red with a surprise texture, this wine is a fascinating Cabernet Franc option perfect for your next occasion. Plus, the deep aroma of currant, blackberry and licorice give it a long, tasty finish.

Time to choose like a pro! And of course, you’ll need the PortoVino to store your favorite wine! Check out our PortoVino collection of purses, totes, and backpacks.


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