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92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Meandro do Vale Meão is a blend of 33% Touriga Franca, 45% Touriga Nacional, 15% Tinta Roriz, with Tinta Barroca and Alicante Bouschet for the rest, all aged for 14 months in used French oak. It comes in at 14% alcohol. This was bottled a few weeks before tasting. Another 2017 with big flavor and expressive fruit, this also has a fresh feel, reasonable concentration and a beautiful, long finish. It adds admirable mid-palate finesse too. It sometimes seems a bit lighter and fresher, but its utterly gorgeo...
Price: $19.99

2017 Adega de Penalva "Indigena" Tinto Dao
Perched above the Dão river itself as it snakes through its granite valleys, the Adega de Penalva is one of the leading cooperatives in the area, boasting around a thousand member growers. It’s important to note, though, that the average holding per member amounts to barely over a hectare. 40% Touriga Nacional, 30% Tinta Roriz (Tempranillo), and 30% Jaen (Mencía). Hand-harvested, fully destemmed and aged in a combination of stainless steel and concrete tank.
Price: $12.99

Herdade do Rocim is located in the lower Alentejo region (southern Portugal). This property got its start in 2000 focusing primarily on local grapes like Aragonez, Touriga Nacional and Alicante Bouschet. They also work with several international grapes like Cabernet and Syrah, which is becoming more common in the Alentejo region. Catarina Viera and her team strive to create wines that are elegant, complex and strong. She is inspired by her love and respect for her grandparents, her father and her family, her connection with nature, and a true and unwaver...
Price: $14.99

Sidonia de Sousa is a member of a group of Portuguese wineries that celebrate the baga grape and have come to be known as the "Baga Friends." This wine is 100% Baga and, according to the winery, "applying the Dujac-style in its fermentation (whole cluster pressed), the often fierce Baga grape lends way to a wonderful sweet middle fruit, smooth, earthy and ripe with a superb future."
Price: $16.99

Luis Pato, aka "Mr. Baga" (so named for his mastery of the tough to grow Baga grape varietal) makes some incredibly good, way under the radar wines in the Bairrada region of Portugal, near the Atlantic coast. He is a strong believer that the Atlantic climate, along with his ideal clay and limestone based soil, creates wines that are balanced and capable of long bottle aging. This bottling is composed of 100% Baga grapes. It shows tense, cherry fruit flavors with mineral herbal tones, and is undoubtedly a wine for the cellar. This wine is a little bit ha...
Price: $34.99

91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2016 Reserva red is roughly an equal blend of Aragonez and Trincadeira, with most of the last 20% being Alicante Bouschet and a dollop of Cabernet Sauvignon, all aged for 12 months in one-third new oak (60/40 American and French). It comes in at 14.5% alcohol. The Alicante may be a smaller amount here, but it seems to mark the wine strongly in flavor. The assertive power from all the grapes gives this quite a serious backbone, but the mid-palate is well up to the task of matching it. The fruit lingers beautif...
Price: $20.99

90 points Wine Enthusiast: "Aged in amphorae, the wine was made naturally with wild yeast. The result is a fine textured, fruity wine with a strongly juicy character as well as light tannins. The wine should be deliciously ready from 2021." (08/2020) K&L Notes: Located in the Lower Alentejo region in the southern half of Portugal, between Vidigueira and Cuba, lies the estate of Herdade do Rocim. Vinification occurred in amphora (large clay pots) without temperature control. Indigenous yeasts were used during fermentation and there was no tampering with...
Price: $15.99

90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2015 Cedro do Noval, a Duriense appellation because of the 30% Syrah, also has 30% Touriga Nacional, 25% Touriga Franca, 10% Tinta Roriz and 5% Tinto Cão. It was aged for 18 months in French oak of varying ages (only 25% new). Another gorgeous Cedro, often one of the nice value points in Noval's lineup, this is silky and flavorful, with mid-palate finesse and a very fresh conclusion. It is a lovely 2015, a little understated, but it is filled with fruit flavor, while always retaining its freshness. This is is...
Price: $21.99

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Tinto Quinta de Saes is a blend of 30% each of Touriga Nacional and Alfrocheiro, 25% Jaen and the rest Tinta Roriz. It was aged for 18 months in well-used French barriques (at least eight years old). It comes in at 13% alcohol. Showing some stuffing this year, this value-level red is also possessed of good structure and ripe fruit. It throws off plenty of flavor, plums and blueberries with some strawberry around the edges, but always in a dry and controlled fashion. This does have some structure, but it's made to ...
Price: $20.99

Wine Enthusiast: "A silky smooth wine, soft on the tannins and rich on the black fruits, this is ripe and ready to drink. Produced from organically grown grapes, the wine is packed with fruitiness and balanced juicy acidity. Drink now. (RV)" (12/2019) Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Colheita is roughly a 40/30 blend of Touriga Nacional and Cabernet Sauvignon with the rest Aragonez, all aged for six months in tulip-shaped cement tanks (no wood). It comes in at 14% alcohol. This is an organic release. Dominated by black fruits, this is lush in t...
Price: $15.99

Bid on this 6-bottle lot of 2011 Quinta Vale D. Maria Tinto Douro Portugal (95RP, 95WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2011 Tinto (Vale d. Maria), i.e, the flagship estate wine from the Quinta, is an old vines (65 years) field blend. Approximately three-fourths of the juice was fermented in tank, the rest in lagares. Then transferred to barrel, two thirds of the juice was aged in new French oak for 21 months, the other third in a mixture of second and third pass oak. It is listed at 15% alcohol. Tightly wound, a bit brooding and powerful this year, this is a big boy in terms of structure, showing astringency on the finish, yet it seems also to show fine balance overall, managing to project some elegance, notwithstanding its underlying power. The graceful mid-palate is beautifully constructed, not jammy or thick, but still concentrated. It has a persistent finish. Beneath the oaky overlay, there is fine fruit as well as that impressive structure. This promises to be exceptional if
Starting Bid: $210.00

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