This is a dry table wine from the island of Madeira. It is a blend of 91% Verdelho, and 9% Arnsburger. A nice, easy white. Some citrus, some sea air/saline and some minerality. Nice on its own, this will work with sea food. Not a crisp wine but a nice wine for a party. drink now.
2020 Adega Cooperativa de Redondo Porta da Ravessa Special Edition Vinho Branco, Portugal, lentejano, Wine Review
This is a white blend of Verdelho 40%, Arinto 30%, and Antão Vaz 30% from Portugal. Yellow gold in color, clear and bright. The nose is nice with peach and honeydew. Nice creamy texture. On the palate, this has loads of peach. Balanced acidity. A bit of lemon tartness on the finish. This drinks nicely on its own and will work with lighter foods. Anything featuring peaches would work well. Drink over the next few years.
This is made from the Verdejo grape. Green/golden in color, clear and bright. The nose as spice and golden raisins. Full bodies. No fruit, this is about minerals and spice. On the palate, minerals and hay with some spice. Good acidity. Round texture. Long finish. This is good value. Food friendly. It will work nice with lighter pork or chicken dishes. Pork chops would be a nice choice. Drink over the next few years.
This is 100% Verdejo from Spain. A delightful white that is made from organic grapes using socially conscious production methods. Light golden in color with greenish hues, clear and bright. The nose is very nice with a bit of lemon lime, tangerine, and honey dew. Light bodied and refreshing. On the palate, tangerine/oranges with some underlying spice. Crisp and clean, this drinks easy. Nice on its own, this will work with lighter foods such as fruit salads or chicken salad. Drink over the next year or two to enjoy its freshness.