Fusion is to make one entity which has new taste, look and power by joining two entities of special characteristics together. If we talk about Red Wine Blending then it also does the same thing as fusion, but it can take more than two varieties of dark colored grapes and fuse them together to produce unique taste and flavor. There is no doubt that you will get unique taste and flavor but along with that you will have to put time and resources to make such kind of blend. You can also try to fuse different wines at your home, but we will not suggest you to do so when top quality blends with great taste and flavor are already available out there at affordable prices, then why to waste your time and effort? If you scroll down then you can see the list of best red wine blends which are currently available in the market.

 

Apothic Red Winemaker’s Blend



The true perfect blend cannot be created without using right kind of the constituents that is why the Californians used Zinfandel, Syrah and Merlot for the fusion to make this completely new flavor and named it as Apothic Red Winemaker’s blend. The name is not randomly picked rather the story behind its name is related to secret place (Apotheca’ where wine blends were made and kept there for storage as well. The Apothic Red Winemaker’s Blend will cost you around fourteen dollars and the percentage of alcohol you get in one bottle of Apothic Red Winemaker’s Blend is about thirteen percent.

 

The Perfect Fusion, Locations F French Wine



The Locations F French Wine has used fruits selected from some good old vine gardens for making this perfect fusion. The Grenache, Syrah and Merlot were fused together to make this one masterpiece. It has to spend three hundred days in the French barrique before being sold in the stores for fourteen dollars.

 

Snoqualmie Whistle Stop Red



The Snoqualmie Whistle Stop Red wine has a great depth in its taste and flavor, thanks to the aromas used in it. The origin of this Snoqualmie Whistle Stop Red wine is Washington and the blenders used sixty eight percent Cabernet Sauvignon and thirty two percent of Merlot and made it available for you in the stores for as low as seven dollars.

 

Columbia Crest H3 Les Chevaux



The origin of the Columbia Crest H3 Les Chevaux wine blend is also Washington and the blenders used fifty nine percent of Merlot, thirty six percent of Syrah and only one percent of Viognier and Cabernet Franc. Before making it available for you in the stores at the price of fifteen dollars the creators of the Columbia Crest H3 Les Chevaux wine age their product for about five hundred days. Just like Snoqualmie Whistle Stop Red the Columbia Crest H3 Les Chevaux also tastes awesome with rich dark fruit flavor.

 

Locations E Spanish Wine



The red blend wines that we mentioned before were using the Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot as the base but the Locations E Spanish Wine used Garnacha, Tempranillo, Monastrell and Carignan. Just like above mentioned red wine blends the Locations E Spanish Wine is also aged for about three hundred days before making it available for you in the stores for nineteen dollars. This is a perfect fusion between Garnacha, Tempranillo, Monastrell and Carignan which tastes perfect and it must taste this good because you cannot expect less than this from Rioja region.

 

DNA Vineyards Benefactor Cellars Mendocino County Red Wine



DNA Vineyards Benefactor Cellars Mendocino County Red Wine is one of the reason why nowadays people have started to love red blend wines because it is being sold just for five dollars. The creator of the DNA Vineyards Benefactor Cellars Mendocino County Red Wine used fifty percent Zinfandel, fourty percent Syrah and ten percent Carignane to do the fusion to make this awesome wine.

 

The selection of the blends depends completely on your personal choice but the names we have given above are one of the best blends out there and that too at low price. If you want to try more red wine blends then try out NV Marietta Old Vine Red Lot #64,  2014 Virginia Dare The Lost Colony Red Blend, 2013 Buty Winery Beast Wildebeest and the 2014 Tenshen Red.

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