Definition of value? At less than a tenner on private liquor shop shelves, this one shows, again, the value in Portuguese wines. From the Setúbal Peninsula, it’s a regional blend of Castelão, Trincadeira and Aragonez, exuberantly rustic, with gutsy black plum, leathery blackcurrant and gritty/tuggy tannins to the spicy finish. This is not some sweet, dumbed-down marketing wine, but rather an authentically rustic and honest, simple, gutsy red for casseroles or stews. Stock up.