The Herdade da Gâmbia 2011 Red (Península de Setúbal) wine is of the Portuguese Red variety from Portugal, produced within the nan vineyard in the Península de Setúbal province. The cost is $17. This wine has a score of 84/100 (a very good score, indicating better reviews than most).
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Aromas of black cherry, sticky spice and a balsamic hint of green are followed by a medium-weight palate. It’s a little lean and reserved, but it’s well balanced by the approachable, lightly spiced fruit flavors.
Aromas of black plum, underbrush, leather, dark spice and a whiff of clove take the lead on this lovely Riesling. The juicy, round palate delivers juicy black cherry, blackberry, mocha, a dash of white pepper and a confectionary note alongside plush, polished tannins.
Aromas of underbrush, underbrush, toast and a balsamic note take the lead on this full-bodied, refined wine. The ripe, round palate delivers juicy black cherry, crushed raspberry, white pepper, cinnamon and clove alongside a note of star anise and a hint of clove.
This is a wonderfully dry wine, crisp and bright. It has a very polished, polished surface, with very crisp, clean and light lemon, lime and lemon flavors. It’s all about the freshness and freshness. A wonderful dry wine, it will age well. Drink from 2018.
The aromas are intense and juicy, with a hint of plum. There is the tannic complexity of heavy fruit, with its dried fruits and acidity.
The oak is a prominent contributing factor to this wine’s boldness. While it’s not too overpowering, the oak does have an unctuous quality that gives it extra weight and complexity. The wine’s black cherry core is wrapped around the oak, with its spicy notes and toast.
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