Best Red Wines Under $20

Fall is coming and this season is the best way to enjoy new releases of wines that are budget friendly. Shopping for Deals Online brings you these best red wines under $20. You’ll definitely fall in love during this fall season with these fine red wines.


Best Red Wines #1

Hecht & Bannier Minervois 2009

Red Wine from Languedoc-Roussillon, France

“Chewy yet plush, with plenty of cream and spice to the red raspberry and plum flavors, which feature hints of red peach. The firm finish of slate, smoke and spice is filled with minerally notes. Syrah and Grenache.”

Wine Spectator 90 point rating

Price: $19.99 (Save $5.01)



Best Red Wines #2

Bodegas Castano Hecula 2009

Mourvedre from Spain

“Ruby-red. Intensely perfumed aromas of raspberry, cola and fresh flowers. Juicy and precise in the mouth, offering sweet red berry flavors and a touch of floral pastille. The floral note comes back on the long, penetrating finish, which features a spicy quality and zesty minerality. This is quite complex for the price. “

The Wine Advocate 90 point rating

Price: $11.99



Best Red Wines #3

Bibi Graetz Casamatta Rosso 2011

Sangiovese from Tuscany, Italy

“Blackberry and black cherry notes are accented by tobacco and spice in this concentrated red. Fresh and lively, with a firm finish. This should develop nicely. Best from 2013 through 2018.”

Wine Spectator 90 point rating

Price: $10.99 (Save $2.01)




Best Red Wines #4

Chateau Moya 2009

Bordeaux Red Blends from Cotes de Castillon, Bordeaux, France

Chateau Moya 2009 shows blackcurrant, mint, slightly oaky (roasted nuts) on the nose. The mouth is full of fruits along with some notes of licorice on the aftertaste which make it fresh. This wine is very concentrated with silky tannins. Easy to drink now and for the next 2 to 3 years.

Wine Specatator 90 point rating

Pre Sale Price: $17.99 (Save $17.01)



Best Red Wines #5

Four Vines Zinfandel Paso Robles Biker 2009

Zinfandel from California

A splash of Mourvedre lends an extra kick in the mid-palate. The Biker has blackberry, anise spice and vanilla on the nose. Rich, black fruit and spice, long in the mouth lingering to a silky vanilla oak finish. This is balanced and fruity with delicate jam and spice. Hints of hazelnut. Medium to full body, with fine tannins and a fresh finish.

James Suckling 90 point rating

Price: $17.99 (Save $6.01)