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Published : 05/09/2018 - Categories : Our Selection
While we’re in a time of transition between winter, spring and summer, it’s possible to also feel confused as to what you should enjoy during this time. It’s not cold anymore, but it’s also not very warm, either, which means you still won’t be able to enjoy that bottle of white wine to the fullest. You can, however, opt for something that never goes out of style – a good, old-fashioned red wine, from regions that know how to really produce one.
It’s the case for today’s selections. They all range mostly from Douro and Alentejo, with some exceptions like Tejo, Lisboa and Trás-os-Montes. Either way, the great thing about these wines is their above-average quality, which many wine critics can vouch for (take a look at their awards and points), as well as their price mark. These are solid red wines that range from 5€ and go into the 17€ price range and are considered some of the best. If you’ve been itching to stock up your cellar and don’t know where to start, this list should do the trick.
You’ll find the recently-added Martha’s Douro DOC red at the 4€ price range, followed by Santos da Casa’s Douro colheita, both from the 2015 harvest. These are your straight-forward table wines, perfect to pair with any meal you might want, and still not be disappointed. Trás-os-Montes follows with one of their oustanding producers, Quinta do Sobreiró de Cima. Like we always say about this wine, there’s nothing like a good red reserve from Trás-os-Montes. This one is under 6€ and has won a few medals already, so you shouldn’t really think twice about adding it to your cart. Sebarigos, also a new producer in store, brings their Douro Superior seletion and Alentejo comes in the form of Herdade do Carvalhal and brings a Herdade da Fonte Seca reserve from 2007. If you’re a fan of Alentejo, look no further, as 6€ is a bargain for a good reserve selection.
Cinética, a brand by Cizeron Wines, follows with a 2010 selection. It’s a red made from your typical Douro trio, all old vines. It’s a wine that will captivate anyone who decides to try it, and it’s no wonder. Cinetica – as well as the other wines by Henrique Cizeron – are extremelly good wines, meant for a greater experience. The same goes for Quinta Vale do Olmo’s Golpe red, also at 9€. The 10€ to 17€ price range brings, naturally, even more interesting selections. They come from Adega do Cartaxo, in the form of Cortém selections, Quinta do Infantado, Juromenha and even Cadão. These are more premium selections, most of them under the “Garrafeira”, “reserve” and “Old Vines” designation. The thing to retain about these brands and selections, though, is that they are very well-crafted and its whole experience thought-out, making them absolutely unique. Any wine enthusiast will be glad to have any of these on its cellar, especially if it’s somebody you love.
Browse through our store today and get to know our best offers, whether you prefer red, white, Port wine or other liqueurs.