-A regional wine blend from Portugal offered in both white, rosé and red styles. The most popular style is a fun, fruity white that usually has a touch of spritz.
-Lemonade, pink grapefruit, lime zest, yellow apple, and white blossom
-light body, dry, low to no tannins, high acidity
-Bring out the fish tacos, mango salsa, ceviche, California rolls, teriyaki bowls, edamame salad, cilantro-lime chicken and other light sweet-sour dishes.
-Spain's top variety, made famous by the wines of Rioja, where wines are classified by how long they age in oak.
-could age to 20 years if made good
-cherry, dried fig, cedar, tobacco, dill
-med to full body, dry, med to high tannins, med to high acidity
-bold and aged styles pair nicely with steak, gourmet burgers and rack of lamb. Fresher styles match well with baked pasta and other tomato-based dishes