Thus was a 2021 and it had the taste of grapefruit and was smooth. Great with food/fish or just drinking alone. It reminded me of Sauvignon Blanc but a little heavier. Very drinkable! — 4 months ago
Significantly better than other 2 Douro red blends but also more expensive.
19.99 at Portugalia Marketplace — 4 years ago
Pale green straw. Fruit salad, lemon peel, gravel. Like a lighter viognier. M+ sour with some bitterness. — 6 years ago
Sulfite free. Amazing taste. No hangover! — a year ago
Bm+. Tm. Am. Fm. — 2 years ago
Backsins in Porto excellent dry fruity wine and only 8 euros 90 a bottle! — 5 years ago
Um vinho tinto do Douro muito agravel que deve ser bebido com uma cabidela de lampreia ou de pica no chão. Se preferiem com enchidos de Trás os Montes — 7 years ago
indigenous 3 🍇 varieties Portuguese blend.
half of grapes met oak.
fruity (mostly citrus variety including lime, grapefruit and some oranges) and generous, yet elegant and restrained. salty.
it presents a well made story, but it's not my fave genre.
a few more years will improve it, I'm certain. — 2 years ago
This burly blend showcases how Portugal perfectly bridges the sensibilities between Old and New World. The nose may read as a bold vintage of Reserva Rioja, but the palate has more in common with the riper, denser reds from California or Washington. Baked red and black fruit with licorice, vanilla, and very fine grained tannins. Ageworthy and a perfect bottle to pair with a NY strip. $40 — 4 years ago
Rui recommended the blue Carm Reserva - this one is quite nice for not being Reserva. — 6 years ago