Adega Da Covilha

Agricola San Felice

Il Grigio da San Felice Riserva Chianti Classico Sangiovese 2019

Deep ruby-garnet color.
Aromas of dried cherry, pepperoni, herbal, basil.
Dry. Flavors of pepperoni, black pepper, black olive, leather. Medium-rich, chewy tannins

Intensity: 4/5
Complexity: 4/5
Balance: 3/5
Finish: 4/5
— 8 days ago

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Elian Da Ros

Le Vin est une Fête Côtes du Marmandais Red Blend 2021

Delightful. Always a pleasure. — 2 months ago

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Quinta da Cavadinha Vintage Port Blend 2001

This was quite good. A big hit after dessert! — 3 months ago

Andrew, Bob and 10 others liked this

Agricola San Felice

Il Grigio da San Felice Gran Selezione Chianti Classico Sangiovese 2010

Beautiful and classic Gran Selezione Chianti. Truly top-notch and just $48.50. Cherry followed by an astringent Chianti bite in the finish. — 18 days ago

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Bodegas Valdesil

Pezas da Portela Valdeorras Godello 2022

Más Godello, con un almuerzo de cangrejo, pulpo y verduras. Te llama la atención de inmediato y la mantiene. Un marco bastante resistente aquí con un acabado de tierra vivo. Awesome. — 2 months ago

Tom, Severn and 4 others liked this

Da Vinci (Cantine Leonardo)

Chianti Sangiovese Blend 2021

First day better than second. Very good for price. — 3 months ago

Viuva José Gomes da Silva & Filhos

Collares Ramisco 2015

Light garnet, medium body, accessible tannins even young, though we know this can age forever. High acid, Nebbiolo-like, feels cool climate. Pomegranate, cherry, bit of smoke, tar and dried herbs, perfect shareable size too — 2 months ago

Serge, Daniel P. and 7 others liked this

Quinta da Raza

Vinho Verde DOC Arinto Blend 2021

Lime and salt on the nose and palate, a light body, lime zest acidity, and lovely lingering minerals. — 2 months ago

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Tras da Viña Rías Baixas Albariño 2020

With all the technical issues on Delectable these days it’s hard to work up the energy to post. But we love the community here and amazingly it still continues even as Vinous has seemingly left it to literally die on the vine. It’s hard to think of an app we’ve used in an unchanging form since 2015.

The Tras da Viña from Zarate is the most riesling-esque albariño we’ve had. Creamy with a hint of sweetness, buttressed by singing acidity & minerals. Honeysuckle & stone fruit. Made from a single parcel of vines planted in 1970…extended lees aging… it’s a stunning bottle.
— 3 months ago

Alsu Shakirova
with Alsu
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