Grape varieties: Antão Vaz, Arinto and Roupeiro, Bright yellow colour, with delicate aromas of tropical fruit. shows lots of freshness, minerality and a balanced acidity. — 12 days ago
Abundance of fruit. Tastes like a primitivo... from the west. Really good. — 2 days ago
Com aroma de chocolate e madeira e paladar frutado suave. Meio seco — 23 days ago
W/ veal rib — 15 days ago
This is incredible. Red bloody meat/ferrous quality. Ripe red fruits of strawberry, cherry, cranberry and dried fruits of prune as well as red licorice/anise, little bit of like warmed corn tortilla...
Incredibly fresh on the palate. Leather, mature red and blue fruits. Tart sour red fruit candy.
Med + acid, medium + tannin, long finish of mushrooms, red fruits and decomposing/organic oak bark. This is so good.
Tasted the 2009 with Eladio and then he gave us this bottle which I didn't realize was a 2006 until the next day. — 10 days ago
The best we've had in Portugal. All of the wine we purchased over $20 Euros has been good. This one has a richness and depth like a California Cab — 14 days ago
Actually loved this with snacks down by the Douro. — 22 days ago
Full bodied, smooth but noticeable tannins, very drinkable (not as heavy as my favourites) but carries its weight - if I could afford to make this an everyday wine I’d be a happy woman! — a day ago
Smooth and well balanced. — 9 days ago
Dark purplish ruby red. Austere nose with some purple flowers, baking spices, cinnamon and dark bramble berries. Medium tannins (6/10) and medium plus bodied. Layered on the palate with a dark black cherries, savory herbs and some spiciness. Dry long and lingering finish. Drink till 2027.
Made up of 41% Tinta Roriz, 38% Touriga Nacional, and 21% Alicante Bouschet. Aged in French oak for 16 months. Only 200 cases produced. — a month ago