|Region:||Portugal » Alentejo-evora|
Light ale beer in colour, notes of dark straw and amber. A nutty nose, hints of hazelnut and an overtone of cooked candied orange peel. Like a striking truck driver, the flavour refuses to move from your mouth. Great balance of acidity and sweetness...
Adega Cartuxa Foral de Evora Tinto
|Winery:||Fundacáo Eugénio de Almeida|
|Region:||Portugal » Alentejo » Évora|
- Avg. Price $13.79
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Varietals Produced in Évora View all
History of the grape: Little concrete history is known about Vermentino except that it has recently been identified a...
British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...
History of the grape: Origins of Tempranillo are murky. It could be indigenous to the Spanish countryside, or it coul...
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Light ale beer in colour, notes of dark straw and amber. A nutty nose, hints of hazelnut and an overtone of cooked candied orange peel. Like a striking truck driver, the flavour refuses to move from your mouth. Great balance of acidity and sweetness, smooth coating of the mouth with flavours of butter, orange blossom and honey. Great with cr... Read More
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I love Portugese reds. Some of the best QPRs on the planet. The granite terroir really makes this something special. made of 4 grapes I never heard of, this goes great with seasoned meatballs. Read More
Nice soft wine that paires great with grilled scallops or catfish. Any lite flavored fish would go great. Great cold for a hot day. Read More
Serviceable. Nothing more, nothing less. Extra average. Read More
Kind of a mess. Nose and initial attack is very intriguing with some maraschino cherries and spicy alcohol heat, but the finish just falls apart with something that I can only describe as the difference between cheddar and extra sharp cheddar. Very sharp unpleasing finish. Read More