Served double-blind. The color was a darker tone of gold, showing potential signs of age but seemed to be in good physical shape. On the nose, dried fruits such apricot and citrus fruits however, it was the striking note of coconut that ultimately led me to the Iberian peninsula. I figured a Rioja made in an oxidative style such as LdH Tondonia Blanco. On the palate, again with the dried fruits accompanied by nuts. This wine was balanced and had fine acid that provided the lift necessary. When the wine was revealed, I was couldn’t help but crack a smile; what a delight to try such a fantastic dry white from Portugal that, in many ways, was very energetic at 29 years young. — 20 days ago
Nice wine from Trader Joe’s - slight raspberry - buy again — 17 days ago
Really impressive thru vintage but this bad boy was especially strutting it’s stuff showing plenty of polish & sophistication: soaring black & blue fruit, creamy vanilla, gentle spice & warmth, little cedar & tobacco - plush, finely grained tannins, med bodied, smooth & seamless. Hot diggitty this was nice! — 6 days ago
I would gift it. I’m enjoying drinking it. And I would enjoy drinking it again.
Deceiving notes, strong apricot, tastey pits. — 4 days ago
Best Portuguese white I’ve had yet — 5 days ago
Light orange wine, soft tannins.
Floral, citrucy and delicate.
One of the only orange wine i can say i could've drink an second bottle right away! — a day ago
Strong minerality, mild fruitiness — 12 days ago