What's a really good red wine?!

Question: What's a really good red wine!?
Classy, yet not over the top expensive!. I like sweet, mild, maybe fruity!. Nothing floral, Lol!.

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I like Clos Du Bois's sauvignon blanc!. Its under $20 and very yummy! You can check the back of the bottle for the "flavors" it has!. Clos Du Bois has several different styles of wine!. Most red wines go great with steak or beef!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

For what it is worth, the wine writers at "Decanter", generally thought of as the world's best wine magazine, and also some independent writers who agreed, declared that the best red wine generally distributed throughout muchof the world for the money is the Concha y Toro Castelliero del Diablo Cabernet Sauvignon!. It is only about & 7-$9 in the USA, about 3 -4 pounds in Britain, about $ 12-$14 in Canada!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

It depend!.
I apperciate the WINTERWINE (It's a red Wine made on November insted of September)!.
But is not fruity!.
In Spain I drunk the SANGRIA, a good bottle of it is not very expansive, just few Us Dollars!.It is sweet, fruity!.

In Italy, In the South a bought a bottle of REAL FALANGHINA The price was 15 €!. And I received the counsel to drink it with Apple or Orange in the glass!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Opus 1 is overrated!. It's hard to recommend a maker, but any California wine in the $20 range should be good!. My recommendation is a Cabernet Shiraz or Sirah blend!. Serve with pasta and marinara or bolognese!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Opus 1Www@FoodAQ@Com

Yellowtail wines are good!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

remy martin, chablis, marcel hubert house dry red wine lolWww@FoodAQ@Com

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