Herdade do Esporão

Private Selection Alentejo Aragonez Blend 2017

Tastes like a rioja. I mean, it’s not far off right? Good wine. — 7 days ago

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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. — 3 months ago

Jason Barefoot
with Jason

João Teodosio Matos Barbosa & Filhos

Escolha Ninfa Tejo Touriga Nacional Blend 2016

Another "Ninfa". The first one was from 2013. This one is fresh and light. Red fruits (nose): a strawberry, a cherry. Some earthy notes, a touch of chocolate. High and pleasant acidity. — 5 months ago


Red Blend 2018

Eno Fine Wines. Lasts well — a month ago


Reserve Luis Vieira Red Blend 2018

Naked wines. Dry, delicious blend of Syrah, trincadeira and aragonez — a month ago


Vinho Regional Alentejano Aragonez Blend 2019

Very good wine for the price very smooth — 5 months ago


Travessia Regional Tejo Touriga Nacional

Reminiscent of our Portugal adventures. Travessia Tinto is from one of Portugal's oldest wine regions. Close to Lisbon and shaped by the Tagus River, most vines in the region are still hand-harvested by local women from surrounding villages.

Made from a blend of two outstanding Portuguese grapes, Touriga Nacional and Aragonez Tempranillo, Travessia is the perfect wine for those who love dry reds from warm areas (think Napa Cabs). Touriga Nacional is a full-bodied red wine. This lesser known and often overlooked grape variety is most commonly used as a blending grape in Port wine and has only recently seen use in making a red wine blends. For those who love bold red wines, Touriga Nacional offers excellent depth of flavor at a ridiculously good value.

Aragonez Tempranillo grapes have been grown for centuries in the Alentejo region. The grape has delicate aromas of pepper and berries. Once blended with the Touriga Nacional, the final product has a sumptuous garnet color with aromas & flavors of ripe red fruits. This wine is full-bodied with a long finish.
— 6 months ago


Cidade Branca Alentejo DOC Aragonez Blend 2019

Great Alentejo wine with a delicate spicy aftertaste ❤ — a month ago

Fundação Eugénio de Almeida (Cartuxa)

Reserva Évora Aragonez Alicante Bouschet

Dry and Jammy, in other words... my favorite style of wine — 4 months ago

Tiffany Griffin
with Tiffany