Tasting Notes: This third bottling of Chateau Gloria shows how good 2015 is! Amazing value showcases black current, sour cherries, cedar, leather and vanilla tones from the oak. The tannins and acid are in wonderful balance with each other. The full body and long finish on this wine ends with a pleasant balance of fruit and earth.
Tasting Notes: Beautiful scents of violets and blueberry are met by rich flavors of blackberry and wild strawberry. A full-throttle wine with big flavors and rich texture. Enjoying this wine is simple: cut the foil, pull the cork and savor it! Great wine doesn't always have to be so complicated.
Tasting Notes: Fresh, dry and delicious, making the case for ‘bigger is better’ (at least in terms of volume). Bright aromatics of red cherries and raspberries give way to copious amounts of strawberry and hints of cedar on the palate.
Tasting Notes: Luscious and powerful, this Ripasso is rich and packed with raspberry, and dark cherry notes. Not to be outdone, the striking tannins and smooth texture balance this extracted, full-bodied wine.
Tasting Notes: Intense and inviting, classic oak-aged aromas of toast, vanilla, with plum and dried cherry fruits. Fine-grained tannins help this well-balanced medium-bodied red sail through a long finish.
Tasting Notes: The aroma of dark cherries and dried raspberries is beautiful on the first approach to this wine. The tea and savory herb notes come in toward the end At first sip, the structure comes through and the palate confirms the aromas Floral notes of violets and light touch of spice from the slight oak influence, which add dimension and balance to this wine. Very pleasing long finish, with a silky tannin core.
Tasting Notes: Produced by one of Portugal's most iconic winemakers, this blend of Portuguese varieties creates a wine of intensity, with great color and a distinctive, clean nose, with great red and black fruit notes. It has nice weight, and plenty of nice fruit aspects, with a long and balanced finish.