National Red Wine Day | August 28
Mon Aug 28th

National Red Wine Day

National Red Wine Day ushers in the fall flavors on August 28th. Reds are synonymous with tailgating and spicy dishes as the grapes ripen and signal a time for warmer sips.


Throughout the year, wine days provide us with the opportunity to sample and learn about the differences between wines. The last bubbly rays of summer were released earlier this month on National Prosecco Day earlier this month. With Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot noir, Port, and Syrah, we now enjoy the best of the season.

Red wine varietals produce deep reds, as well as subtle ambers and browns. Their vibrant colors point to the season's change. With that, we can also look for delicious menu changes. Besides, what better way to enjoy a great bottle of wine than by pairing it with outstanding service and food. During the holiday, restaurants around the country would be able to assist. Be sure to check out the latest menus from appetizers to desserts.

Don't be concerned with the red either. And if you like a sweeter wine, there's a red for you. In addition, blends are a way to enjoy the best of both wine worlds. And don't be concerned. Salad, steak, dessert, and so much more can be enjoyed with red, red wine.

Attend a wine tasting if you're hesitant. There will be more wine that suits not only your palate but also your cooking style.

How to celebrate national red wine day?

Pour a glass or two of delectable red wine from pouring. Not sure what kind of thing to try? Ask a sommelier and dine a wine tasting with friends. To share your favorites, use #NationalRedWineDay.

Wine can also be enjoyed in other ways. Don't miss these 9 Wine Celebrations, and you'll be the life of the party. We also have available offers for you. For more details, visit the Celebration Deals page for more details.

The national red wine day is the longest in history, with the first national red wine day

National Red Wine Day was established in 2014 by Jace Shoemaker-Galloway.

Red wine FAQ

Q. How many calories are in a glass of red wine?

A. One 5 ounce serving of red wine has 125 calories.

Is a rosé wine a red wine? Q. Is it a red wine?

A. Red grapes are used to make rosé wines. The skins remain in contact with the pulp and juice long enough to produce red wine when making red wines. The rosé production is similar. The juice and pulp remain in contact with the skins for a shorter period of time, giving the wine its rosy hue.

Q. What are the names of some red wines? Just a few red wines from around the world include A. Merlot, Pinot Noir, Zinfandel, Bordeaux, Chianti, and Rioja.