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  1. Jose Maria da Fonseca 'Ripanco' Private Selection, Vinho Regional Alentejano 2013

    Jose Maria da Fonseca 'Ripanco' Private Selection, Vinho Regional Alentejano 2013

    A spicy, full-bodied red, with concentrated dark plum and roasted cherry flavors that feature some mocha notes. Cocoa accents emerge on the ripe finish. Learn More
    $12.98
  2. Jose Maria da Fonseca Moscatel de Setubal 2012

    Jose Maria da Fonseca Moscatel de Setubal 2012

    The 2012 José de Sousa is a blend of 48% Grand Noir, 32% Trincadeira and 20% Aragonês, aged for nine months in a mixture of American and French oak (30% new). A nice value, this has some character and distinctiveness, with a touch of herbs, raspberries and rhubarb on the nose and palate. It doesn't have a lot of concentration, but it is nicely structured and balanced, with silky texture and wonderful intensity of flavor on the finish. Still on the upswing, this has room to improve in the cellar over the next few years. Learn More
    $19.98
  3. Jose Maria da Fonseca Periquita Reserva, Vinho Regional Peninsula de Setubal 2013
  4. Luis Duarte Rubrica Tinto, Vinho Regional Alentejano, Portugal 2013
  5. Quinta do Crasto Duoro Reserva Vinas Velhas - Old Vines 2013

    Quinta do Crasto Duoro Reserva Vinas Velhas - Old Vines 2013

    The 2013 Reserva Old Vines is a fine success. Granting that I don't have this side-by-side with the 2011, the difference doesn't seem to be as great as you might think on paper. Winemaker Manuel Lobo said Crasto maintained quality here by deleting three typically-used vineyards that underperformed in the vintage. It seems to have worked nicely so far. Hopefully, it will reward cellaring, too. This opens very elegantly. It is beautifully balanced, with a feel of sophistication and refinement--which is pretty much how most of Crasto's wines show these days. Of Crasto's submissions, though, this might well have the most character and complexity this year. As refined and approachable as it seemed to be on opening, this developed steadily and impressively, tightening along the way. This is a terrific Old Vines Reserve. Drink: 2017-2034. Learn More
    $36.98
  6. Quinta do Crasto Roquette & Cazes 2012

    Quinta do Crasto Roquette & Cazes 2012

    The wine shows a deep purple color. The complex nose reveals fresh berry fruits notes and elegant hints of violet and spice. An elegant start that leads to a well-structured wine, with fine-textured tannins. On the palate this vintage has flavors of berry fruit nicely combined with delicate notes of violet. The finish is fresh and lingering. Learn More
    $24.98
  7. Vinha Paz Colheita, Dao 2015

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