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Wine Enthusiast October 2016 ratings

Wine Enthusiast October 2016 latest ratings

92 POINTS - Incógnito 2012  - “Powerful and spicy, this is a concentrated wine. It has a firm and rich structure of solid tannins. That contrasts with the black plum and juicy berry fruits. Together, they make a wine that is impressive, dark and only just ready to drink. Best wait until 2017.”

91 POINTS  - Cortes de Cima  Pinot Noir 2014 – “There is a definite juicy red-fruit Pinot Noir character in this warm wine. It has spice, fine acidity and layers of red-berry fruits. The light tannic structure holds this fine wine properly together.

90 POINTS Editors’ Choice   - Cortes de Cima Sauvignon Blanc 2015 – “This wine from vineyard close to the Atlantic coast is crisp, herbal and already refreshing. It has a touch of spice along with crisp lemon and warmer pear fruits. Tangy and juicy, it has a fresh, almost salty aftertaste.

90 POINTS  - Cortes de Cima  Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 – "With just the right black currant character, this is a rich, structured wine. It has weight and richness of course, but it is the solid tannins and tight texture that distinguish it. The wine is not quite ready to drink, so wait until 2017."

88 POINTS  - Cortes de Cima Touriga Nacional 2014 – “This wine, from selections of Touriga Nacional, is dense and firm. It has a dark structure that is only slowly developing to bring out the rich black-currant fruits. It is a ripe wine with a strong, mineral texture to balance the final acidity. Drink from 2018.

87 POINTS - Chaminé Branco 2015 – “ With Verdelho and Viognier in the blend, this attractive wine has a ripe perfumed character. It also has a crisp side with its lemon fruits that contrast with the spicy pear and melon. It is ready to drink, bright and crisp at the end.”

October/2016 -  ROGER VOSS – Wine Enthusiast