Facing a natural terrace above the river Miño, located in the town of As Neves, within the wine region of Condado do Tea, bordering Portugal. Pale yellow with pronounced fruit and floral aromas. On the palate white flesh fruit flavors, citrus and herb notes with lively acidity and nice balance of minerality. Crisp on the finish ending with lemon zest notes. Nice! — a year ago
Honestly not bad for a canned wine. I would buy this again for concerts in the park or similar events. — 2 years ago
The texture of this endears it to me. Granted I know whether food or drink I’m very sensitive to texture. So that this is unexpectedly plush. Like the bubbles on this I’d expect on Champagne. The flavor? Not complex. Not interesting, or lasting but really but the texture...I’ve always been a texture fan and this one is like velvet kitties hanging out in your mouth and not bothering you to let them out. They are purring and such. I’m a little mad I wanted to hate this based on name but no...I’m into this. A party swiller true but also sooooo pleasantly textured. — 4 years ago
Bold and deep with a solid complex flavor. — 3 years ago
Stems, skins, leftover grape pulp, polyphenols. Gimme all that and more.
This stuff is perfect to be canned and sold to the masses for beach day gallops and picnic frolics.
Intense, supercharged, lychee on Fast & The Furious NOS. Ludacris and The Rock give their blessings on this whip of a drink. Okay, too much.
But this is such a great way to use the byproduct that would normally go to waste and it’s tasty and extremely drinkable.
(Favorite coffee shop in Orlando featured in the background) — 2 years ago
Now I definitely need to explore this category more! Very nice slightly chilled. — 5 years ago