Trincadeira

Santiago Ruiz

Rías Baixas Albariño Blend 2019

Too high in lemony citrus for my preference, but nice full acidity and minerality. The lemon dominated but makes for nice fish pairings. I enjoyed a glass with fresh limed guacamole and salty chips. — 15 days ago

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José Maria da Fonseca

WaterdogReserva Setúbal Red Blend 2016

Must have had a bad bottle the first time. Dig it. — a month ago

Quinta da Ribeirinha

Vale De Lobos Fernão Pires Trincadeira das Pratas 2018

Sweet and not so dry white wine. Enjoyed it — 3 months ago

Herdade do Esporão

Reserva Alentejo Aragonês Blend

Great white from Esporao! — 4 months ago

Herdade do Mouchão

Vinho Regional Alicante Bouschet 2011

Everything about this wine screams uncool in our industry in the present era: high alcohol (14%), heavy extraction, generous use of new oak (presumably), ripe + chewy tannins, flavors that shout rather than whisper and high praise from Robert Parker (cue Elaine or Carlton Banks’ dance moves). Maybe it’s my 90’s nostalgia or maybe I’ve been drinking too much vintage port these days 🤷🏻‍♀️ but it all works beautifully here: intense aromas of licorice, pepper, cedar, black plum, wet tar, dried tobacco, cranberries, cassis, dried violets. And this is only the beginning... A blast of macerated red and black berries on the palate, held together by a solid acid backbone, followed by a long finish laced with black olive, dried tobacco, mocha and mineral. Hedonistic. Three cheers for Alicante Bouschet! — 5 months ago

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👏 buttoned up Carlton drinking vintage port! Can’t think of a more stuffy formal wine.
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@Adriana Fabbro your tasting notes are wonderful and such a pleasure to read.

João Portugal Ramos

Smart Dog Syrah Trincadeira

Fyldigere tykkere enn Wongraven. God smak. — a month ago

Montaria

Reserve Luis Vieira Red Blend 2018

Naked wines. Dry, delicious blend of Syrah, trincadeira and aragonez — 2 months ago

Esporão

Reserva Aragonês Blend 2015

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

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