Anjos de Portugal is made by Quinta da Lixa, a family-owned property in Vinho Verde's Minho region. They use traditional Vinho Verde varieties, Trajudara, Arinto and Loureira to create this aromatic, dry white.
No wine is better for the warm weather than fruity, slightly fizzy Vinho Verde, but now there's another exciting choice from Portugal. Quinta da Lixa 'Anjos' Rosé has all the sparkle and flavor of Quinta da... Read More
The 2019 Anko Torrontés wants to showcase the floral, fresh and aromatic personality of the Torrontés grape grown in Cafayate. It's bottled unoaked and without malolactic, trying to preserve the primary character... Read More
The Annabella Chardonnay offers gorgeous and bountiful aromas of Asian pear, orange blossom, candied lemon peel, and brown sugar. In the mouth, the wine showcases a well-balanced acidity in counterpoint to a plump, round mouthfeel.... Read More
Combining Italian soul with new world flavor and vitality, the Santa Cristina line combines maximum quality with value. These extremely versatile wines are made for everyday enjoyment, whether served by themselves or with virtually... Read More
Santa Cristina Rosso shows a full red color with purplish highlights. The nose, pleasurable and intense, offers fruity notes of cherries, blackberries, and plums fused with aromas of vanilla and coffee. The palate is supple, enveloping,... Read More
A Super Tuscan that needs little introduction, the 2018 vintage for Antinori's Villa Rosso could be the best ever...It's certainly the highest rating that Decanter has ever given! The term Super Tuscan, coined by Robert... Read More