While I am not a sweet wine lover, I have friends who are. They normally get what's on sale, but a couple of them are diehard fans of what they really like.
Joan really likes Austrailia's Lillypilly Red Velvet, while Laura is fond of the Cancao Red Sweet Table Wine from Brazil.
For me, the dornfelder mild from Germany is the most tolerable because it isn't icky sweet. Also, this wine is made vegan-friendly by some wineries!
Just about everybody has seen Riunite Lambrusco on the shelves, and the price is lower than some of the others.
New York's Finger Lakes region offers the Bully Hill Sweet Walter Red, which is also very affordable. I enjoy the story about the Bully Hill wines.
It seems that after Walter Taylor had sold his Taylor wines, he began making wine that he labeled in a manner that didn't suit the new owners. They sued him and they won. So Walter labeled his white wine,(also sweet), 'Love My Goat.'
The story goes that, when he was asked about the odd name for his new wine, he always laughed, saying. "They got my name, but not my goat!"
Don't know if that's true or not, but it's a fun story!