A wine variety made from two or more grape varietals is called a "blended wine." Specifically, two types of red grape are used to make a red mix. This is typically done by winemakers to add greater balance to a wine. Red mixes are typically described as fruit-forward, pleasant to drink, and slightly sweet. Although the combinations might vary, red blends are usually created from a blend of grapes like grenache, zinfandel, syrah, and cabernet sauvignon. Red blends may be savoured both young and old since they typically have moderate tannin levels and a medium to full body. Flavours like plum, blackberry, raspberry, and cherry with undertones of chocolate and spice are common in red mixes. Try combining with meals like soft cheeses, grilled meats and veggies, and tomato-based sauces.