To select the best red wines for you this year, we looked at popular reviews online and tried many of these wines ourselves. Our picks were determined by balancing factors such as price, popularity, availability in 2022, and ratings from experts and consumers.
The Unanime Malbec from Mascota Vineyards is a red wine with a high rating of 94 points from critic James Suckling. Malbec is native to southwestern France, is typically high in tannins, has a dark purple color, and is great to pair with food or to just drink on its own.
The Cavit Pinot Noir is a light-bodied red wine made from 100% pinot noir grapes and has the aromas of cherries and strawberries. It’s a versatile wine and also has good acidity, which helps to balance out the wine, and you can get it for less than $10.
Founded in 1999, Mark Ryan wines are renowned for their quality, and the Dead Horse Cabernet Sauvignon is no exception. It’s made with a blend of cabernet sauvignon, syrah, and mourvèdre grapes, which help add structure and complexity to the wine.