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This is 100% Loureiro from the Vinho Verde region. Very fresh and zippy, but not the typicaly 9% alcohol, spritzy Vinho Verde (this one is 11.5%), it's just a darn good bottle of crisp refreshing white for a very nice price. 1 Liter bottle
From the peninsula of Setubal, south of Lisbon, this is a lovely, medium-full bodied red. Organic and Biodynamic in the vineyard. The blend is Aragonez and Touriga Nacional, with a touch of Carbernet Sauvignon.
This is our favorite value red in the store. A medium-full bodied red, with nice blackberry fruit and smooth tannins. A blend of Aragones (Tempranillo) and Castelao, wild yeast fermentation, and farmed sustainably.
From the only all white D.O. in Portugal, this is an excellent Arinto, showcasing the textured, waxy side of the varietal. Though many Arinto bottlings from Portugal are known for their saltiness and fresh acidity, this is certainly an exception. Here is Arinto that reminds of Chenin Blanc, with a petroly Riesling-like side.
Lúcia Freitas manages Quinta da Mariposa, located in Carregal do Sal in the Dao región of Portgal. The Dao is home to Portugal’s oldest varieties, Touriga Nacional and Tinta Roriz. Mariposa’s Tinto is a blend of both of these varieties and a little bit of Jaen (or, Mencia). It shows notes of wild strawberry, bramble, some brown spice and fresh herbs. JDC
Sidónio de Sousa's Reserva Tinto is a savory, medium to full-bodied expression of Baga, from clay-limestone soils in the Ancas-Bairrada. Pressing and fermentation happens in traditional small cement lagars, with aging for a year in large 4000L barrels, and a further two years in bottle before release. Pepper, black currant, oregano, and fresh earth abound. For a wine under $20, this traditional Baga over-delivers, providing the leather and cedar notes of a fine Bordeaux mixed with the finesse of Nebbiolo. Perhaps an old fashioned wine in style, this is no fault! A great value. -EL
Bright and citrusy, with fantastic natural acidity and just a hint of bubbles. Fruit-forward with green apple and grapefruit
aromas. Produced with Arinto, Trajadura & Loureiro grape varieties (typical of the vinho verde region) and at 9.5%
alcohol, this sustainably-farmed wine is fun in a bottle!