This is a white blend of Antão Vaz 40%, Perrum 40%, and Roupeiro 20%. Golden in color, clear and bright. The nose has golden raisins, slight hay and a bit of citrus. On the palate, this has a viscous texture. Nice citrus, lemon balm and some minerality. Good finish with a bit of lemon candy notes. This is an easy drinking wine with just enough tang to work on its own or with lighter foods. It should be consumed voer the next year or two.
Portugal is a great source for value in the wine world. This wine provides exceptional value. It is a blend of 52% Grand Noir, 33% Trincadeira, 15% Aragonês fermented in clay amphorae. Purple in color, mostly opaque and bright. the nose is nice with black raspberries, baking spice, dates and slight chocolate.
This is a blend of Aragonez, Alicante Bouschet, Trincadeira and Cabernet. Purple /ruby in color. The nose is warm with black raspberries, raisins, dust and spice. On the palate, this seems a bit cooler. Cherries with dry earth. Its a big fruity wine. Some warmth on the finish. There is some complexity here and light tannins. It will take heartier foods. These are pretty unique grapes so its not clear how well this ages. Probably best to drink the next five years. Still, for around $20, this is a nice value.