What happens when I’m only familiar with three of the grapes in a bottle? A surprisingly good, approachable wine that’s easy on the wallet.
A blended red for Portugal, the 2014 Esporao Red Reserve flashes at times, but does it ultimately win me over? Check out the full review to find out.
A Portuguese white that isn’t Vinho Verde? The 2014 Olho de Mocho from Herdade Rocim was a new experience, and not one I’m sure I want to repeat. Check out my full review to see what I mean.
It’s not too late to grab a bottle to share with family and friends, and if you really want to impress them, you should look at the 2015 Bila-Haut Occultum Lapidem Red. Seriously – this is good stuff.
A bigger, bolder blend, the 2015 Cashmere Black Magic takes the Red Blend and adds some Petite Sirah. Does that make it better?
An affordable red blend with a bit of character and some charitable giving to boot. Sounds like a great way to drink around the holidays.