A light red similar to a Gamay. — 16 days ago
Great white from Esporao! — 4 months ago
Surprisingly nicely balanced still lively modern style wine with mature dark fruits and medium garnet color that looks youthful. Balanced and lovely texture still with hints of wood and long finish. First experience with this aged wine. Excellent. AA7! Bottled and cork in impeccable condition. Surprising for this age. 15ABV Bottle says Trincadeira, Alicante Bouschet. Swiss owners since ‘98 and high priced — 6 months ago
2005 vintage — 2 years ago
Ripe & fruit forward with dark cherry & blackberry and a whiff of Mediterranean herbs.
Rich yet very fresh & balanced on the palate with beautifully polished & juicy tannins and a perfect balance between the sweet fruit and sappy acidity.
This is a nice one - richer & heavier yet very drinkable at the same time.
Excellent match with grilled meat. — 23 days ago
Bm-. Tm. Am. Fm. — 4 months ago
Very nice, tastes like a good Pinot Noir without the chalkiness. Plum, cinnamon, chocolate tastes, bright on tongue. — 8 months ago
Erica bought $16. Here in Riverview — 4 months ago
The first wine to be produced by Esporão in 1985, this is a classic Portuguese red made exclusively with grapes from Herdade do Esporão. Indeed, it's a wine for special occasions that combines the universal culture of wine and art, via the reproduction of original works of art on its labels. The grapes for this blend of Alicante Bouschet, Aragonez, Trincadeira, Cabernet Sauvignon are sustainably grown and hand-picked, and aged in American and French oak for 12 months. On the nose, aromas of dark plum preservatives, fresh minty and spicy notes with hints of clove and cocoa. The wine is balanced on the palate, with velvety tannins full of character, in harmony with the fruit that is the protagonist in an intense and elegant finish. — 4 months ago
Sweet palate and strong notes of cherry. Good harmonization with chicken or cheese. — 10 months ago