Our panel of independent wine experts have discovered a great-value winter red that can be picked up from your local supermarket and would pair perfectly with your Christmas dinner.
For this year's annual red wine taste test, we picked 10 own-label bottles of red costing £12 or less from some of the biggest supermarkets, including Aldi, Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury's and more.
Just one was judged good enough to be named a Best Buy after triumphing with its fruity flavour. But our panel also found a budget bottle that offered great-tasting wine for a fraction of the price.
Our one and only Best Buy red wine stood out for its fresh and bright flavour, with hints of raspberry. Our experts also told us it would be a fabulous match for roast turkey, which is great news if you're looking for a red wine to serve on Christmas day.
Three other own-label wines weren't too far behind. The runners-up varied in flavour and sweetness but the panel thought all three were well-balanced. And one wine in particular was picked out as being the perfect pairing for roast ham - another traditional festive meat.
But not all supermarket wines impressed on the day. Our lowest scoring wine disappointed with its lack of fruit and some of the panel said they found it quite acidic.
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Each bottle was concealed in a bag so that it could be tasted and rated fairly by our panel of experts. Each expert tasted the drinks in a different order, before discussing their ratings and agreeing on the Best Buy red wines.