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Wine Down with These Three Must-Try Reds

Photo Source: Food & Wine

Our sister brand, Food & Wine, really know their stuff when it comes to all things vino. Here are Wine Classics To Try: The Next Great Classics. Perhaps a bit pricey for the millennial wino, but without a doubt, well worth a try to be on your way to wine connoisseur status. Cheers to that!

 
1) 2005 Niepoort Charme ($98) Douro Valley, Portugal

With a sweet smelling aroma of tea, tobacco, balsamic, and fresh fruit -- we adore this velvety, complex wine . As you sip, you'll begin to notice surprising hints of coffee all the way throughout .

 

2) 2006 Descendientes de José Palacios Villa de Corullón ($40) Bierzo, Spain

Swish this Spanish grape around for a deep wine bursting with smokey raspberry, rosy plums, and earthy boysenberry.

 

3) 2006 Felton Road Block 3 Pinot Noir ($63) Central Otago, New Zealand

Elegantly fragrant, this fruit-filled, New Zealand burgundy shows a savory strength like no other.

 

 

 

Since we're all things food here at MyRecipes, here's a list of pairings to go with your tall glass of red.

Nieport Charme

 

Villa de Corullón Bierzo

 

Felton Road Pinot Noir