So yummy! The first day we opened it, it was super funky - sour cherries and sausage?? It was also so silky and bubbly that first day. But after 2 days, it lots that weird meaty/farmy taste and became just a beautiful, rich, bright wine and didn’t lose its bubble :) ripe strawberries, cherries, rounded tannins. What an adventure! — 10 days ago
I don’t necessarily feel like I need to eat with this, but if I did it would be salami — a day ago
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. — 18 days ago
This “barny”, dry red boasts a very unique flavor and mouth feel. It’s dusty, leathery with a bite of fruit. It’s definitely, not for everyone but it’s fantastic for me. — a day ago
Douro Reserva Port Barrel finish. Deep, near black hazy purple. Abundant, port-like nose of dark berries and patent leather. Dark fruit, vanilla, and patent leather reign on the full-bodied palate. Medium tannins. Medium minus acidity. Tastes like a light Port, which is understandable given the varieties and production method. Best with hearty neat stews or roasts, but a nice lighter cigar will work, too. Drink now through 2030. Yes, that’s what I wrote. — 11 days ago
An exceptional surprise.
Very smooth, extraordinary well balanced between vanilla, macapan and orange, and still with a long final body.
Bronze - International Wine & is a Spirit Competition 2019 — 15 days ago
Very dark in color. Nose mostly of mineral with little fruit. Red fruit on the palate-strawberry, raspberry and cherry. The acid mineral skeleton sets off the fruit. A well defined presentation. ABV 12.5%. Luis Seabra makes some of the most interesting wines coming from the Iberian Peninsula. 4* — 7 days ago
“It sang to me” she told me to write.
More like the constant echo of “it’s a fox! it’s a fox!”
Blueberry pie, baking spices, cool red cherries.
Like I’m foraging in the wilderness and a fox points me in the direction of a shrouded bush of berries it knows to be cranberry like. Linear in its complexity for me, a few notes not worth expounding on, but drinkable to the utmost. Bursting with fruit flavor. The red starburst of wine.
Mistletoe is starting to peek its head out just like our two foxes. — 13 days ago