A single variety Vinho Verde, the 2019 Quina do Ameal Loureiro may be the answer to those that aren’t looking for a dry January, but do want to pull back a little.
A light, sippable white in the winter? Yeah, there’s a spot for that, especially when it’s a value Vinho Verde.
Find out why the 2018 Fitapreta Branco was my favourite of this string of Portuguese white wines.
The 2017 Esporao Monte Velho White Blend showed interesting tropical notes. But was it any good?
A new wine and a new grape, the 2016 Malhadinha Antao Vaz da Peceguina was an interesting first start for the Antao Vaz grape for me.
A new grape to try is always great. Getting to try it across five different wines from the same region of Portugal is cause for celebration. See what I thought, and which ones were my favorites.