indigenous 3 🍇 varieties Portuguese blend.
half of grapes met oak.
fruity (mostly citrus variety including lime, grapefruit and some oranges) and generous, yet elegant and restrained. salty.
it presents a well made story, but it's not my fave genre.
a few more years will improve it, I'm certain. — a month ago
My gunsteling SA droee bubbly — 25 days ago
This burly blend showcases how Portugal perfectly bridges the sensibilities between Old and New World. The nose may read as a bold vintage of Reserva Rioja, but the palate has more in common with the riper, denser reds from California or Washington. Baked red and black fruit with licorice, vanilla, and very fine grained tannins. Ageworthy and a perfect bottle to pair with a NY strip. $40 — 3 years ago
Full taste, medium bodied SA that I really really enjoyed! Strong cherry, subtle spice, good price too. Want to compare to Definition Pinotage - is this a softer version I prefer? 7.99 majestic — 13 days ago
I love Madeira. I don’t know if it loves me but it is at least on friendly terms with my taste buds. My taste buds like dessert. Even if you think you don’t like sweet wine the acidity on this may turn your head. It is a nuts cutting down molasses mountains carpeted in trees loosing glazed nuts. Malmsey. Definitely my friend. — a month ago
This was the first bottle of Cannonau I have had, and maybe the first one from Sardinia as well. Some salinity on the nose. Sweet cherry and minerals. — 10 days ago
Medium brown in color and you can tell from the legs it has significant viscosity. Dried figs, cinnamon, nutmeg, clove, ginger, buttered brown sugar, orange marmalade, toasted walnut, banana, and a hint of alcohol on the nose. Heavy sweetness, golden raisin, golden delicious apple, burnt caramel and a touch of coffee on the palate. Thick luscious mouthfeel but the amount of sugar in this means that isn’t a surprise in the least, luckily there is a nice acidity that pushes back the sweetness to keep it from being overwhelming. Hoisin sauce, nuttiness, and once the sweetness has faded enough a hint of a tannic bite on the finish. — 2 months ago