So worth it. Good value - tastes yum. Smells like pears looking over the ocean. Like the outside. So fresh and bright. Lightly effervescent, hint of green. — 8 days ago
Italian cream soda, caramel du sel, dried apricot, fucking amazing. Hits all the taste buttons. Acid, mineral, sherried. Rich creamy mouthfeel. Finish goes on forever. Think vin jaune aged in sauterne casks on the seaside in sanlucar de barrameda. Malvasia from colares, Portugal. Can’t believe this is only 3 years old. — 4 days ago
Berries and pepper with a little minerality. Reminiscent of Syrah. — 16 days ago
Smells of ripe peach orchards
A lovely flavor profile of peaches, pepper, honeyed cashew, apricot Close to the pit. The minerality pushes its way from beginning to end, then past that.
A delicious Vinho Verde, with unique flavor, personality, and one that I need to return to. Excuse me.
— 14 days ago
Nose of dark berries, hint of dark chocolate, and a touch of grassy (!) barnyard, but nowhere near a burgundy like another poster suggests. Closer to a rich Beaujolais (Moulin a Vent?) with a tick more acidity in the nose.
Palate is dry, with pronounced dark berries, punchy, with prominent but well balanced acidity to carry the palate without being overburdening. 2010 vintage has lost its tannic acidity to a point where the berries almost (but only almost!) become too pronounced causing a missing dimension, even with semi-fat-heavy food; the remaining “fruity” acidity helps though.
Generally great development of nose and palate already within 2 hours.
At €19/bottle for 2010 vintage easy to recommend :)
— 6 days ago
Doce na medida certa, não é enjoativo.
Melhor vinho suave que tomei das últimas vezes. — 6 days ago