Trincadeira

Quinta de Alcube

Trincadeira

Alcube in Portugal is one of my favorite wines! Their Rośe is great and fresh! Perfect for a summer night outside. — 13 days ago

Sijnn

Red Malgas Syrah Blend 2016

A totally complete wine, Sijnn’s flagship red from the South African outpost of Malgas, is an incredibly drinkable wine in 2016 that shares many a semblance with a good quality Saint Joseph.

Syrah dominant, with Touriga Nacional, Trincadeira, Mourvèdre and a nominal amount of Cabernet Sauvignon completing the unusual blend, it’s expressive from opening and benefits from a two hour decant. Dark, brooding and complex, with an iron core and some bright cherry acidity, it’s a virile wine with good length and a great accompaniment to beef. I’m lucky to have two more bottles and will excitedly try another in a few years’ time.

PS. Sorry for the unwarranted pic of my food but this was last week and I’ve since ditched the bottle.
— 3 months ago

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Herdade do Esporão

Reserva Alentejo Aragonês Blend 2018

Like a Ribera del Duero - fruity, lots of wood, delicious — 20 days ago

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Symington Family Estates

Portalegre Quinta da Fonte Souto Tinto Alicante Bouschet Blend 2017

A nice blend from Alentejo… black cherry and some licorice on the palate. April 2022. — a month ago

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Casa Santos Lima

Lisboa Castelão Blend 2019

Smooth red blend. Great drinking wine or with chocolate. — 4 months ago

João Portugal Ramos

Marquês de Borba Alentejo Red Blend 2014

Drank with Galina Emilia their mom. Actually, Amelia didn’t have any. What a loser lol 🙄😐☺️ — 5 months ago

João Portugal Ramos

Reserva Marquês de Borba Alentejo Red Blend 2017

Started out a bit closed but opened up nicely after a couple of hours. Great finish as well. — a month ago

Herdade do Esporão

Monte Velho Alentejano Aragonez Blend

Yum! Tried on a whim - delicious — 2 months ago

Quinta do Alqueve (Pinhal da Torre)

Vinho Regional Alentejano Tradicional Red Blend 2012

2012. We were pleasantly surprised how much we enjoyed this 10 year old, $10 dark red blend (maybe because our cellar is woefully under represented in dry Portuguese wines). Equal parts Touriga Nacional, Trincadeira, Tinto Roriz; and Castelão. The fruit was deep but not jammy, smooth tannins, and a little acidity and brett to lift up the finish. — 3 months ago

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