Portuguese Wine - $10 - $15 - Full - 14% - 14.99% - Light -12% - 12.99%
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Lobo e Falcão 2019
Wine Spectator calls Portugal “the most exciting wine place on the planet.” This best-selling blockbuster was made at a historic estate and aged in fine oak – plus, it way over-delivers on flavor and value.
Stones & Bones 2018
Portugal’s “the most exciting wine place on the planet” (Wine Spectator) – and for lovers of big reds, this huge gold medal winner is a real thrill. Unearthed from among ancient dino fossils, it’s also a roaring-good beef match.
Alto Pina 2018
Crafted by Jaime Quendera (a former winner of the ‘Best Red Wine in the World’ trophy at Vinalies Internationales), this distinctive red marries three star Portuguese grapes for layers of ripe raspberry, plum, and inviting violet characters.