Anjos Vinho Verde $11.00
The perfect summer-time wine, light and slightly bubbly, but crisp and dry. Tastes almost like a margarita with wonderful green apples and a crisp lemon-lime acidity. The only problem? The bottle disappears too quickly, I suggest getting a few of these little pretties.
Vale do Bomfim $13.00
From grapes usually reserved for Port, Portugal is fully capable of creating decent, affordable red wines. This one shows some sour cherry and dried plum on the nose. The flavor is rich and spicy and a little gamey but it finishes clean. Big enough to stand up to BBQ or burgers.
Armas de Guerra Mencia $13.00
An excellent introduction to Bierzo's native varietal, the palate is fresh, elegant, and clean. Energetic aromas of fresh blue fruits, violet and white pepper, plus a subtle touch of licorice. Supple and gently sweet on the palate, offering sappy boysenberry and floral highlights with a hint of smokiness.
Portal da Calcada $14.00
A rare and classy Vinho Verde. Very light on the effervescence, more focused on clean crisp fruit and lovely acidity. Flavors of candied lime and fresh apple. So bright, its a gorgeous wine with seafood, especially lightly seasoned shrimp, scallops or crab.
Quinta de la Rosa Tawny $17.00
Delicate, soft and creamy, this is a rich and elegant blend with wonderful aromas exuding the heat of the Douro. On the palate it is complex with powerful dried fruit, figs, honey and almonds with a long pleasing finish. It should be consumed within 2 to 3 years of bottling. Serve chilled as an aperitif or to accompany foie gras or cheese. This Port has been lightly filtered and does not require decanting.
Rich with a vibrant color, great depth, body and fruit, with a long finish. Like all La Rosa Ports, not too sweet. It should be consumed within 2 to 3 years of bottling. This one has been lightly filtered and does not require decanting and can be served as an aperitif or after dinner. Try it chilled, on the rocks or with a mixer.
Quinta Infantado Ruby $17.00
Still crafted by hand in the valleys of Portugal, this Ruby is elegant and rich with an excellent balance of acid, soft fruit and minimal tannins. While it's classified medium-dry, it is absolutely a sweet wine and this unfiltered, estate-bottled ruby brings a lot to your table. It's priced like a introductory port and while it is, it's got the power and layers of complexity to please even a port snob.
Ferreira Tawny Porto $18.50
Ferreira Ruby has an intense and well defined ruby hue, full- bodied and rich, it has a fine balance between its sweetness and its tannin structure, giving it unique characteristics and a fine and attractive long finish.
A very nice change from syrupy tawnies, this LBV has an elegance with a cleaner and drier profile. Gorgeous candied cherry and plum with a little licorice and fig flavors.
Blandys 10yr Malmsey Madeira $28.00
All Malmsey from the tiny island of Madeira. This is the missing piece to our dessert menu and a wonderful example of Madeira. Caramel and rich chocolate nose, a coating sweet palate and just the right amount of acidity to wash it away. Dont forget to ask about this wine and our Revolution.