Anjos de Portugal is made by Quinta da Lixa, a family-owned property in Vinho Verde's Minho region. They use traditional Vinho Verde varieties, Trajudara, Arinto and Loureira to create this aromatic, dry white.
No wine is better for the warm weather than fruity, slightly fizzy Vinho Verde, but now there's another exciting choice from Portugal. Quinta da Lixa 'Anjos' Rosé has all the sparkle and flavor of Quinta da... Read More
Aged in oak casks for at least 3 years. Esteemed for its concentrated aroma and subtle flavor, it can be served as an apéritif or as an after dinner drink. Madeira, warm and luscious in both its dry and sweet variations,... Read More
Fine Tawny is aged for about the same amount of time as Cockburn's Fine Ruby (about three years), but in smaller barrels to hasten aging to a reddish amber (tawny) color and to develop a smoother, nutty flavor. Many of these... Read More
The ultimate cellar defender, if you haven't gotten on the Colossal bandwagon yet, now is the time! Ranked #1 by Wine Spectator for Wineries for Value, the Colossal Reserva Red is also the highest scoring wine, currently being... Read More
The epicenter of value wines is once again Portugal, with more Best Buy distinctions than France, Spain, South America and even the United States. For the price, these wines rarely disappoint. The Confidencial Reserva Red 2017... Read More
The 2020 winery of the year, the Crime Red Blend comes from Parras Wines, in the heart of Portugal's Lisboa region. The rise of these table reds from Portugal started when The Wine Spectator dedicated two cover features to... Read More
It has a rich ruby colour with aroma reminiscent of a delicate red berry conserve: raspberries and wild strawberries. It is harmonious and balanced on the palate, with a sweet and attractive fruity after taste.