|We have selected a vast wine list from the various wine regions of
Portugal. Portugal has a great and lavish history of wine making dating back to the 1300s. Portuguese wines are well known
for the complexity, deep flavors, and balanced smoothness. Despite being small in size Portugal ranks 3rd in the world
in wine production.
Wines - Vinhos Reservas
Reservas, Garrafeiras, and Colheitas
Reserva 1995 & 1999 (Portugal)
may be Portugal's best wine and is very difficult to find. It is only made in select years when the grapes used for this wine are at their finest. It has a lovely nose of violets and rich dark berry fruits. This wine boasts a tart black cherry and classis flavor with fine-grained tannins and solid natural
acidity. This is a deep wine with a long palate sensation. A heavy tasting wine, in which its concept is inspired by the famous Bordeaux
region in France.
Robert Mondavi Opus One 2003 (Napa Valley)
A moderately deep garnet, this vintage of Opus One offers aromas
of blackberry, plum, hazelnut, graphite, olive oil, cocoa and dried cherries. This wine taste presents nuances of dark chocolate, black licorice, and herbs that linger on the finish.
do Vale Meão 2005 (Portugal)
Wine Spectator Magazine voted this wine one of 100 best wines
of 2007 and 2008. Same characterisitics as the unbelievable
Barca Velha. Both wines are from the famous Douro region and same vineyard.
Mouchão Tonel #3-4 2001 (Portugal)
A "super cuvee" made only in extraordinary years. The unique "terroir"
and microclimate existing in the valley where the Alicante Bouschet is planted lead to the unique style of Moutchao. Very
meaty with a bold body and complexity. Unbelievable concetration of sage, eucalyptus, mint, plum and spice. The longer it
is open, the further it develops. Only 50 3 packs were imported!
Esporao Garrafeira 2005/2007
rich, elegant wine showing both power and finesse. This wine
is aged for 18 months in specially made lagares (marble) that is designed for small and focused productions of wine. Boasts a beady aromatic mix of berries, spices, toast and smoky oak. The palate of this wine is long and consistent with supple fruit and supportive
tannins. This is truly one of our finest wines. Made only in extraordinary
CARM Grande Reserva 2005 (Portugal)
The intense varietal aromas emerge with hints of ripe plum, blueberries and floral. It has richness and concentration of plumy flavor, which combined with fine tannins and new aged
French oak barrels, give this wine an excellent and long mouth feel. Made only in extraordinary years.
Meandro 2010 (Portugal)
Perfectly balanced, dark and full bodied. Fig cassis, cedar loam,
leather and red currant with a hint of spice. Dusty tannins and a long finish.
Herdado dos Machados 2007 (Portugal)
From the sunny southern vinelands of Moura, this is a red of immediate appeal with
ample structure fruits of the forest. A bold, powerful wine, showing smooth, mature black-fruit flavors and rich tannins.
Soft, solid and powerfully built. Wood aging has given extra roundness and a touch of spice to the palate.
Castello D'Alba Grande Reserva 2012 (Portugal)
The Grande Reserva from
Old Vines of Castello d'Alba is a field blend of native grapes from vineyard more than 40 years old planted in Schist soil.
Aged for 18 months in French oak barrels with unusal complexity yet typics characteristics of old vine vineyard grapes. Reflects
the passion of Douro Superior.
Esporao (Syrah) (Portugal)
Limited number of only 32,000 bottles produced. A great taste of ripe berry
fruits, chocolate, mint and toast. Minimal handling and light filtration allowing for bottle maturation and the formation
of a light deposit.
(Touriga Nacional) (Portugal)
A wine born in a Badeco's
vineyard where Touriga Nacional variety was planted in 1988. Likely the region's oldest vineyard of this grape variety. With
a mid-season ripening and low yields, this grape delivers balance and structured wines of unique aromas. Aged for 12 months
in French oak barrels.
Esporao Reserva (Portugal)
A full-bodied red
that is rich and complex. Its flavor is deep in ripe fruit, with great oak integration and features robust tannins. A very
long finish and great with our Azorean or Toureiro Steak. Our best reserve wine for the price.
Ruffino Aziano Chianti Classico (Italy)
This wine is produced by the great Ruffino family. The balance between fruit
and oak creates a medium-bodied red wine that is complex and filled with aromas of black cherries, chocolate and nuts.
Peirano Estate Six Clones Merlot (California)
The Peirano Estate has grown superior grapes utilizing many sustainable farming
practices for over 100 years. The grapes for this wine were hand selected and harvested in the heart of the Lodi Appellation.
Hayes Valley Cabernet Sauvignon (California)
This wine represents the best of California's Central Coast appellations. Its
cool, foggy nights and warm, sunny days provide the ideal climate for growing grapes. Hayes Valley wines are crafted unsing
sustainable farming and wine making techniques.
Juan Gregorio Bazan Reserva Malbec (Argentina)
LThis is the king of red wines in Argentina. Aged for fourteen months in French oak barrels. Provides
a rich cherry, cassis and plum nose with hints of mocha, vanilla spice and coffee. Superb balance and a very long finish.
Quinta do Sobral
Tinta Roriz is one of the most widely planted red varieties in both Dour and Dao. A popular blend
with red berry fruit aromas, along with a hint of sweet spice and even earthier aromas such as leather and tobacco leaves.
Toscolo Classico Chianti Classico (Italy)
Deep red with bright reflections and attractive bouquets, with promise of a
refreshing nose and a good structure on the palate. Fresh and velvety smooth that include bitter cherry and plum favors.
Cabeca de Burro (Portugal)
A full-bodied red that is rich and complex. Its flavor is deep in ripe fruit, with great oak integration
and features robust tannins. A very long finish and great with our Azorean or Toureiro Steak. Out best reserve wine for the
da Se Reserva Red 2011 (Portugal)
Elegant and rich
with a bouquet of fully ripened red fruits matching well with traces of cinnamon and other spices. Velvety, with a persistent,
intense taste sensation characteristc of its long tradition.
Made from Touriga Franca, Tinta Roriz and Tinta Barroca, the minimalist vinification preserved the grapese characteristics.
This wine's smoothness, structure and harmony make it an excellent companion for your everyday meals.
Quinta do Enconto - QdoE 2012 (Portugal)
Ripe and juicy cherry flavor with a rich heart of blackberry-like aroma and
flavor. Complex and well-structured with a long finish.
Monte Velho (Portugal)
Best selling red of Portugal, complex with ripe fruit and oak flavors, providing a smooth finish.
Azorean Sangria (Red or White)
Enjoy the occasional glass or carafe of our famous homemade sangria to accompany our
mouth-watering food and the memories of a lifetime.
White Wines - Vinho Brancos
With this blended varietals
wine Esporao joined the elegance and minerality of the Gouveio grapes with the aromatic exuberance of the Verdelho grapes.
This single variety
wine perfectly captures the essence of the Verdelho grape perfectly. The "2011" harvest was a case of "adventure
with a happy ending".
Monte Velho Vinho Branco (Portugal)
With regional grape varities, Esparao produced this fresh and aromatic wine.
Portuguese fortified wine produced exclusively in the Douro Valley in the northern Portugal.
Typically sweet and serves as a perfect accompaniment with dessert.
smooth, combining delicate wood notes and fresh fruits.
A powerful aroma filled with dry fruits and ginger mixed with dried berries, peach and apricot leads to
a pure tasting. The heady finish is loaded with caramel, cream and sage honey.