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Produced from Loureiro and Pederña grapes grown in the granitic soils of the Vinho Verde region, the Santola (or as we here are calling it, "the crab wine") is a delicious, spritely and refreshing white. It doesn't get much more traditional, thirst-quenching or seasonally perfect then this wine. Delicious, low in alcohol, slightly fizzy and way too easy to drink!
Price: $8.99

98 points Vinous: "The 1977 Taylor's Vintage Port is initially tight and conservative on the nose: strawberry, baked cherry, tobacco and wild hedgerow notes emerging but remaining tight-lipped. This needs a good decant! The palate is endowed with depth and concentration, very well balanced with an attractive crispness. Perhaps you could argue that it is a "linear" and more "correct" Taylor's compared to the 1970 and lacks some charm. But there is immense complexity here so it is more a case of a Port demanding a very long maturation in bottle. Tasted in ...

91 points Wine & Spirits: "Amazing: Fresh white refreshment for $10. Buy a case and you’ll have a savory, salty Atlantic white to drink all summer long. Right now, it’s delicate, with filigreed lemon-lime flavors offering fruit depth before signing off in a crisp, clean finish. Chill it as an early-evening aperitif, a brunch wine for bacalhão fritters or pike quenelles, or a picnic wine for ventresca tuna salad." (08/2018) Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Branco Quinta da Aveleda, the Estate white in the Bordeaux-style bottle, not to be confuse...

93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Graham is another great port house, producing one of the deepest-colored and sweetest styles of vintage port. Along with Taylor and Fonseca, Graham has probably been the most consistent producer of great port in the post- World War II era. Their tawnys are quite good rather than exceptional, but their vintage ports are truly sublime and sumptuous. (RP)" (01/1989) 91 points Wine Spectator: "This was never a great Graham, but it's outstanding quality nonetheless. Medium ruby-red. Aromas of milk chocolate, plum, m...

From the winery: "Produced from the Espadeiro variety, this wine defines a new concept rosé. The red fruit and berries aromas, blended with the freshness and lightness only possible in a Vinho Verde, make this a very special rosé."
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2017 João Cabral Almeida "Camaleão" Minho Alvarinho
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90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Camaleão Alvarinho is very dry and comes in at 13% alcohol. Despite how dry it is, it seems fruity and rich, bursting with flavor. Not surprisingly, this adds some concentration to the blend (Alvarinho tends to produce deeper and richer wines). Showing beautiful purity of fruit and ripeness, this is pretty sexy. As it sits in the glass, it warms up and develops beautifully too, the underlying acidity and freshness coming closer to the foreground. Drink through 2030. (MS)" (06/2018) 90 points Wine Enthu...

1994 Taylor Vintage Port
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100 points James Suckling: "This is, to date, the greatest Vintage Port ever from here. It overwhelmed me years ago when I tasted it from barrel, but only now is it crossing gradually into its drinking window. The intensity is still mind-boggling here, with sweet-and-sour notes as well as mounds of clay. There are violets lurking somewhere too. A full-bodied, medium sweet and sublime Vintage Port, showing forest fruits and freshly picked blackberries on the palate in the form of a creamy, focused and tannic texture." (10/2014) 100 points Wine Spectator...

Wine & Spirits: "A gentle vintage of Aveleda’s estate-grown loureiro-alvarinho blend, this is clean and round, with fresh orange-blossom scents that last. Its light richness is balanced by touches of minerality. A refreshing Atlantic white, this is a great choice for summer fêtes. Best Buy" K&L Notes: A perennial staff and customer favorite, this Vinho Verde continues to deliver the goods, the fizzy, citrus-drenched, delicious goods. If you're looking for a poolside, picnic, or patio sipper, this wine never disappoints.
Price: $9.99

91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2018 ALLO (the "AL" being 30% Alvarinho, the "LO" referencing 70% Loureiro—these percentages were accidentally reversed last year, since corrected; it has always been a Loureiro-dominant blend) is dry (about three grams of residual sugar versus 6.3 grams of total acidity) and comes in at 11.5% alcohol, a typical level for Loureiro. This has a whiff of what I like to call that "Soalheiro green," but only a whiff. Still, this is a wine focused on freshness, zing and zest. Soalheiro is, I suspect, going for the ...

Wine Spectator: "Raspberry and red apple scents fill this generous Tawny with vibrant spice. It’s integrated, clean and rich, and will bring complexity to pork chops roasted with apricots." (12/2018) K&L Notes: I think we have found a new favorite, not only in the 10-year tawny category, but possibly in our entire fortified sweet wine collection. This delicious 10-year-old tawny from the house of Ferreira is a perfectly balanced rendition of the style. Aromas of sweet chai spices, confit of dark fruits and hints of orange peel lead to a sumptuous pala...
Price: $29.99

92 points Decanter: "Really great value for such a rich, classy white: the first wine made by Esporão back in 1985. This vintage is a blend of Arinto, Antão Vaz and Roupeiro from 18-year-old estate vines, partially aged on lees for six months in a mix of French and US oak and tank. Forward aromas of ripe apricot and orange blossom lead on to a weighty, generous palate, balanced by oak spice, refreshing acidity and a long, tangy marmalade finish. (TG)" (02/2019) 90 points Wine Spectator: "This full-bodied white shows focus, with a vanilla cream underton...

Wine & Spirits: "A soulful and satisfying blend of touriga nacional and alfrocheiro grown on a granite hillside just west of the Serra da Estrella, this combines earthy cherry flavors with limey acidity and mountain spice. It’s firm and gentle, a rosé for clams cooked with sausage, the juices mopped up with crusty bread." (08/2018) Wine Enthusiast: "This ripe wine, with its rich tannins and smooth texture, is delicious. Balanced and soft, it's a ripe blend of Tinta Roriz, Touriga Nacional and Jaen. With blackberry and black-currant flavors, it is fruit...
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100 points Wine Enthusiast: "This is going to be a major, impressive wine. All the elements are there: ripe blackberry fruit, powerful acidity, dense tannins and spice. It has the structure to live on for decades. Drink from 2030. (RV)" (12/2019) 95 points Wine Spectator: "Warm and lush in style, featuring blueberry and açaí berry reduction flavors that glide over melted licorice and melted chocolate notes, revealing a seductive fruitcake hint on the rich finish. The grip of the vintage hangs in the background, resulting in a showy, fruit-bomb style. T...

Wine Spectator: "Mostly Tourigas Nacional and Franca, with 10 percent Sousão, this wine’s purple fruit is heady and sweet, grounded by chewy grape-skin tannins. It’s a rich wine with some hard edges, ready to meld with slow-braised pork." (02/2019)
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90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Dark and stern, leaning more to figs and dried plums than sweet red fruits, this very expressive and intense Reserva has unusual power for a Ruby Reserva and plenty of concentration for the category. One or two may have been its equal, but there was no wine in this report that showed better after being held for another two days. At that point, it still showed surprising power and coated the palate. As time went on, when a lot of the Reserves in this report fell off, this just got better. The gripping finish, even...

90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2010 Alfrocheiro was partly (85%) aged for 24 months in well used French barriques, the rest in stainless steel. Although this qualified as a Reserve, it is not really marketed as such. Given the late release, this is pretty much ready to roll right now. Bursting with flavor, this is laced with cherry and strawberry nuances. It doesn't have a lot of depth or concentration, but it does have some structure that gives it life and it is wonderfully aromatic. Then, the silky texture and the intensity of flavor nua...

2017 Taylor Fladgate Vintage Port
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98-100 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Vintage Port, not quite bottled when seen but the final blend, is a field blend aged for approximately 20 months in wood. It comes in with 100 grams of residual sugar. A step up (or two) on the 2016, this shows fine depth, more focus, vivid fruit and serious power. It's not particularly thick, austere or astringent, but this is built for the long haul. It is potentially a great Taylor's, effortlessly combining brilliant fruit and structure. It tastes great now (today, it is far more vivid than its Vi...

91-93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2016 Meandro do Vale Meão is a blend of 30% Touriga Franca, 40% Touriga Nacional, 20% Tinta Roriz and various others, all aged for 14 months in used French oak. It comes in at 14% alcohol. Take a bottling that always performs well for a modest price, add a vintage that produced a lot of ripe fruit and you might get one of the finest Meandros ever made. Not quite bottled when seen (but the final blend), this shows exceptional concentration for the level, vivid fruit and surprising freshness. The tannins are...

90 points Wine Spectator: "This is right up with the major-league 1983s. It is extremely full and concentrated, with a massive fruit structure. Inky color, very concentrated black currant nose, full-bodied, with tons of tannin, velvety fruit flavors and a closed finish. Truly excellent. (JS, Web Only-1989)" Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "My experience with this house is limited. One rarely sees this brand stateside. The 1983 is rich, full-bodied, well-colored, and complex." (01/1989)

92 points Wine Spectator: "Subtle, with a perfumy profile of cinnamon, powdered ginger, hazelnut husk and toasted sesame notes leading the way, backed by mouthwatering date and dried fig details and a lengthy finish. Drink now. (JM)" (06/2018) K&L Notes: Sweet, woody, spicy fruitcake and cinnamon reveal themselves on the nose. On the palate, the flavors are wonderfully balanced, no surprise given that the average age of the wine here is actually 15 years and not 10. Since there is no category for 15 year tawnies, Kopke simply chooses to label it as a 1...

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2016 Duas Quintas Tinto is mostly a 45/35 blend of Touriga Nacional and Touriga Franca, with the last 20% comprised of other typical grapes. It was partly aged in well-used French oak (20%) and tonels (30%) for 13 months, the rest in stainless steel. It comes in at 13.5% alcohol. When seen a couple of weeks after bottling in Portugal, this was quite a buy. It's now in the USA. Has it held serve? Mostly, yes. You sure can't go wrong at the price. It shows some structure for the level, finishing with grip. The tannins ar...
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97 points Wine Spectator: "Aromas of licorice, blackberries and flowers follow through to a full-bodied palate, with light sweetness and an incredible core of gorgeous raspberry fruit. Long finish. Another 1865 Roriz in the making? (JS)" (04/2006) 95 points Wine & Spirits: "Roriz is located on the south bank of the Douro, just east of Pinhão, a vineyard farmed by João van Zeller, whose family has owned the quinta for six generations. The vineyard produced fruit with an explosive power in 2003, layers of black cherry, blueberry, blackberry and esteva, a...

A wonderfully delicious Dry White Port that has a spicy, nutty character that perfectly complements its roasted fruit flavors. While its nice with dessert, we think it makes an excellent aperitif as well.
Price: $18.99

95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "There were only 1,000 cases produced of the 1992 Vintage Port, and they are not likely to languish on retailers' shelves. A saturated, black/purple color is followed by a huge, ripe, pure nose of jammy blackberry and cassis fruit that is vaguely reminiscent of such great 1990 Hermitages as Chapoutier's Le Pavillon, Jaboulet's La Chapelle, or Chave's red label Cuvee Cathelin. Awesome concentration, massive body, an unctuous texture oozing with fruit, glycerin, and extract, and a blockbuster finish all suggest this...

96 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Graham is the undisputed star and kingpin of the 1985 vintage ports. Yes, it is made in a sweeter style than the other ports, but it is a fabulous wine because of a dazzling level of black-cherry fruit, an enormous structure, and staggering depth, dimension, and length. (RP)" (01/1989) 96 points Wine Spectator: "Dark color, with intense aromas of blackberry, licorice and hints of flowers. Full-bodied, lightly sweet, with superrefined tannins. Long and caressing. Very youthful. Will improve for a long time. This...

Wine Spectator: "Great nutty aromas come from the glass and follow into the palate of this sweeter style of white Port. It is rich, packed with almonds and a tangy orange zest edge." (08/2010)
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93 points Wine Spectator: "A superb achievement from a very underrated year. Deep dark ruby-purple, with rich floral and violet aromas, full-bodied, with masses of strawberry flavors, full tannins and a long finish. (JS, Web Only-1989)" 92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Graham is another great port house, producing one of the deepest-colored and sweetest styles of vintage port. Along with Taylor and Fonseca, Graham has probably been the most consistent producer of great port in the post- World War II era. Their tawnys are quite good rather than ...

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

Quinta do Regueiro makes great wines from their Vinho Verde area vineyards, located a short 10 minute drive from the town of Melgaço. As the name indicates, this is a blend of Alvarinho (a specialty grape of the sub-zone) and Trajadura. Since it is not 100% Alvarinho yet from the Melgaço area, the label cannot state Vinho Verde, though in style and spirit I would certainly group it in that category of Portuguese wines.
Price: $13.99

90 points Wine Enthusiast: "The ripe, creamy character of Alvarinho from the Monção and Melgaço subregion of Vinho Verde gives this wine a smooth character that is sharpened by touches of minerality. It is packed with refreshing fruitiness from the lingering juicy acidity. (RV)" (11/2019) Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2018 Alvarinho is dry, with 1.51 grams of residual sugar, 6.5 of total acidity and 12.5% alcohol. There is no added carbonation. Showing good concentration for the price level, but a touch of leanness overall, this nonetheless has b...

A blend of red Baga and white Bical grapes, this is a fantastic, very low dosage (this is DRY!) rosé sparkler. Filipa Pato learned from Mr. Bairrada himself, her father Luis Pato, and currently makes her own wines in a winery they both share. Famous for its highly calcareous clay soil, Bairrada makes red wines that bring to mind Barolo, whites which are similarly fine and age-worthy, as well as some of the very best Champagne method sparkling wines on the Iberian peninusla.
Price: $17.99


93 points John Gilman: "I have had this wine a number of times out of half bottle over the last few years, and it is a lovely drink in the smaller-sized format. However, in 750 ml. it is not even remotely near ready. The nose is deep and still rather reticent in this size, reluctantly offering up a fine mix of cassis, black cherry, tobacco, a bit of tar, violets, smoke and spicy wood. On the palate the wine is full-bodied and very well-delineated, with a rock solid core of fruit currently buttoned up tight behind a wall of ripe tannin. The finish is long...

90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The NV 10 Year Old Tawny Port was bottled in 2014 with 105.23 grams per liter of residual sugar. Easily the 10 with the most weight in the Fladgate group's lineup this issue, it is a rather powerful 10 year old Tawny with plenty of pop, the biggest and baddest of the trio (Fonseca, Croft and this). There is very fine concentration of flavor for a 10 year old Tawny. If I had a quibble, the alcohol shows at times, especially early on and rather notably when drunk a little too warm. (Around 60 degrees Fahrenheit is ...

91 points Wine & Spirits: "Light amber-tawny in color, this wine is delicately balanced between freshness and age. There’s brisk, tart peach flavor along with more mature tones of pale berries and woodsy mushrooms. Hints of tobacco smoke add to the wine’s elegance." (12/2015) 91 points Wine Spectator: "Racy and fresh, with detailed green fig, dried cherry, incense and hazelnut notes. Offers a long, focused finish. (JM)" (06/2018) Wine Enthusiast: "This hits the sweet spot between fruit and wood-aging flavors. The red fruit tones have just begun to ra...

94 points Wine & Spirits: "A complex and satisfying Tawny, this sits on the cusp of maturity with freshness continuing to infuse its deepening flavors. That freshness arrives in bold scents of orange zest and juicy citrus flavors, while the maturity mellows those flavors into layers of Marcona almond, date and sweet oak-smoke notes. It finishes with a hint of schist in the tannins. For fruit and cheese at the end of the meal." (12/2016) 93 points Wine Enthusiast: "A complex, wood aged wine, this 20-year-old has a perfumed, dry style. Walnut and spice f...

Carcavelos is the smallest wine appellation in Portugal. A fortified wine like Port and Madeira, but unlike its siblings, the region is East of Lisbon and has amazing views, and only recently has had its last 25ha become protected from development. The Quinta dos Pesoshe estate was acquired by Manoel de Boullosa in 1963 and its vineyards were painstakingly restored over the course of the next twenty years. In keeping with ancient tradition, a mixture of white (Arinto, Gallego Dourado, Ratinho, Rabo do Ovelha) and red grapes (João Santarem, Espadeiro T...
Price: $45.99

92 points Wine Spectator: "Showing the benefits of maturity, with a core of gently steeped plum, blackberry and black currant fruit that slowly morphs into warm ganache, singed cinnamon stick and mulled wine accents on the finish, all while keeping its energy up. Drink now through 2021. (JM)" (02/2019) 91 points Wine & Spirits: "Straight up-and-down delicious, this is a Port that’s ready to drink, focused on flavor dimension rather than hyperconcentration. It’s gentle and refined, with a smoky edge to its bright plum and bitter almond flavors, chocolat...

Wine Enthusiast: "This is a generous wine, ripe with blackberry fruits. A blend of Castelão and Aragonez grapes, it has a rich texture, the tannins softly integrated into the full fruitiness. Juicy acidity completes a well-structured wine. (RV)" (04/2018)
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91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 ALLO (from the AL of Alvarinho and the LO of Loureiro) marked a departure last year for Soalheiro, generally considered to be an Alvarinho specialist (not that they were wholly uninvolved with Loureiro). It is a 70/30 blend of Alvarinho and Loureiro coming in at a relatively modest 11% alcohol (more like a Loureiro than an Alvarinho). Opening with plenty of zip, zing and zest, not to mention a bit of mouth pucker, this is in a livelier style than the pure Alvarinhos. The Loureiro, despite its modest perc...

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. The "Mariana" is a blend of Alicante Bouschet, Aragonez, Cabernet Sauvignon and Trincadeira. This is a consummate food wine with notes of dried herbs, baking spices and ripe black fruit. It has a wonderful, sweet mid-palate that...
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Producer note: "Dark, golden brown with characteristic Madeira bouquet of raisins, toffee and nuts. Sweet with a rich, full bodied, honeyed and complex finish and beautifully balanced acidity. Blandy's 5 year old Malmsey was aged in American oak casks in the traditional 'Canteiro' system. This comprises of the gentle heating of the wine in the lofts of the lodges in Funchal. Over the years the wine is transferred from the top floors to the middle floors and eventually to the ground floor where it is cooler. After this gradual 'estufagem' the wine underwe...
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Palato do Côa started in 2008, when winemaker Carlos Magalhães and five of his friends acquired 7.5 hectares of old vines alongside 8.5 hectares of new vines. The vineyard is located right in the Upper Douro area, within the Douro region, which is not only the oldest wine region in the world, but also a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2001. More specifically, the vines are planted in Muxagata, a small village in Vila Nova de Foz Côa. A place that holds one of the best terroirs in the region, combining schist soils with a unique micro climate that resona...
Price: $34.99

Rare Wine Company "Historic Series - Savannah" Verdelho Madeira
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93 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Medium amber with a green rim. Aromas of burnt orange, tobacco, toffee and herbs, with a hint of potpourri adding an exotic component. Broader and deeper than the Charleston, offering sappy orange marmalade, chestnut honey and toffee flavors underscored by tangy acidity. Shows a sweet, nutty quality on the smoky, gently spicy finish. I like this wine's heft and thrust. (JR)" (06/2011) 92 points Wine Spectator: "Offers a powerful aroma of marzipan and dried tropical fruits, with flavors to match. S...

2007 Croft Vintage Port
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92 points Wine Spectator: "Shows aromas of very ripe fruit and sweet tobacco, with hints of earth and spices. Full-bodied and medium sweet, with round, velvety tannins and a long, fruity finish. Likeable for its soft texture. Best after 2016. Tasted twice, with consistent notes." (05/09)

91 points Wine Spectator: "This has an enticing warm fig bread aroma, followed by gently mulled plum, raisin and blackberry fruit flavors. Light toffee and baker's chocolate hints course through the finish. (JM, Web-2017)"

90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The NV Rainwater Medium Dry is an attractive wine, displaying aromas of fresh walnuts, dates and orange peel. On the palate, it's full-bodied, satiny textured and delicately sweet, with succulent acids, excellent definition and an elegantly middle-weight, drinkable profile that's true to the category. This bottle was shipped in 2015. (WK)" (11/2019) K&L Notes: Aged in oak casks for at least three years, this Madeira is esteemed for its concentrated aroma and subtle flavor. It can be served as an apéritif or as ...

90 points Decanter: "Launched in 1972, Bin No27 is a Reserve Port aged for about four years before bottling vibrant, dense berry fruit on nose and palate, plummy in style with enveloping richness and a gentle, peppery finish. (RM)" 90 points Wine & Spirits: "A finely blended Port, this has a bristle of tannins up front, melding their chocolate richness with dried fruit flavors, ending clean and sweet. The wine’s lasting spice places it with a savory pumpkin pie." (12/2017) Wine Enthusiast: "This familiar brand exhibits the lush Fonseca style. Tannins ...

1983 Fonseca Vintage Port
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92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Fonseca is one of the great port lodges, producing the most exotic and most complex port. If Fonseca lacks the sheer weight and power of a Taylor, Dow or Warre, or the opulent sweetness and intensity of a Graham, it excels in its magnificently complex, intense bouquet of plummy, cedary, spicy fruit and long, broad, expansive flavors. With its lush, seductive character, one might call it the Pomerol of Vintage ports. When it is young, it often loses out in blind tastings to the heavier, weightier, more tannic wine...