Purplish. Red and black fruits with well-dosed oak. Nice fruity taste; oak is not too present for a well-balanced mouthfeel. Nice roundness, chewy tannins and a clean finish. A charming wine.
A field blend of old port vines, this rugged red is dense purple in colour with a nose of spicy black berries. It’s a full-bodied, powerful wine — dry and fruity with earthy notes, firmly structured with ripe tannins.
A bargain-priced wine made from a blend of port grapes. Dense purple colour with a nose of spicy black berries; full-bodied, dry and fruity with earthy notes, firm structure with ripe tannins.
Made from a field blend of old vines, this rugged red is dense purple in colour with a nose of spicy black berries; it's a full-bodied, powerful wine — dry and fruity with earthy notes, firmly structured with ripe tannins. Good value. Food match: barbecue ribs; pepper steak.
This blend of 3 Portuguese varieties (Encruzado, Bical and Cerceal) shows an aromatic and slightly perfumed nose of citrus notes, with a mineral touch and a light rustic character. The vivid acidity is offset by the round, fatty texture of the middle palate. It ends on a sharp finish of very good length. Ready to drink, and nice with a ginger-seasoned pork fillet.
Captivates with complex floral, herbal and plum aromas. Impresses with bright acidity, elegant structure, medium-plus body and lithe, mouth-coating tannins, while bursting with red and black fruits. Lingering red liquorice leads to a very dry finish. Spectacular with roast suckling pig — especially the crackling!