2013 Domaine du Poujol Cinq Ceps, Languedoc Red - 60% Syrah, 20% Carignan Noir, 10% Cinsault & 8% Grenache. Aromas of black cherries, spice, and dried thyme complement the big, velvety mouth with a lingering finish. This wine has the perfect amount of tannins to pair with any dish. A refreshing, aromatic and elegant red wine. It has enough body to be drunk in the winter, but the soft tannin structure enables it to be enjoyed equally, lightly-chilled, in the summer. $13
2014 Cabriz Colheita Selecionada, Dao - #46 Wine Spectator Top 100 of 2016 Blend of Alfrocheiro (early ripening Dão grape with goodcolor, rich tannin, and balance of strawberry-like fruit and acidity),Tinta Roriz (aka Tempranillo in Spain, an early ripening varietal which produces good yields and flavors reminiscent of red fruits, plums, strawberries and blackberries. It has firm tannins and responds well to oak aging) and Touriga Nacional (One of Portugal's signature grapes, indigenous to the Dão. It has firm, rich color and complex aromas of raspberries, ripe blackcurrants, savory herbs, violets and licorice.). Let’s be honest…you don’t know the grape so why try to BS yourself.? Just drink of this fine juice from Portugal. $13
2011 Cellar Comunica Red Wine, Monstant - The 2011 Comunica is a blend of Garnacha and Carinena from granitic soils with a layer of sand, some notes of leather, tree bark and a faint animal character, with positive rusticity and black rather than red fruit. The palate is balanced with very good freshness, polished tannins. A juicy, pleasant Montsant.
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