A red wine blend is any red wine that isn't created from a single grape type. Instead, the wine is a mix of two distinct varieties while red wine is aged using a single variety of grape. To create a red blend, crushed and fermented red grapes are used to make a variety of red mixes, which are then blended together once they have finished fermenting. Choosing an appropriate blend frequently necessitates doing blending trials, during which the winemaker drinks the wine and presents recommendations on ways to refine the mix. Several high-quality red blends may be matured in oak or in the bottle, however, the potential for maturation varies. Also, the flavors of red mixes differ, but in general, they will contain overtones of red or black fruit in them. On the other hand, there are scents of blackberry and raspberry sauce along with licorice, chocolate, and anise as well as juniper berries in red wines. Wines have a sweet flavor, but they're well-balanced by a substantial amount of tannin.