2011 Grambeira white
The grapes are Portuguese autochthonous: Códega do Larinho, Rabigato and Viosinho.
The nose is lovely, fresh stone fruits like white peach, pear, lemon peel, a limestone hint. On the mouth lot sof texture, quite a rich body well balanced by a god acidity. Fresh wine with a good length perfect with some fresh seafood plater.
2008 Grambeira Reserva
The Grape on this vintage are 50%Touriga Nacional, 25% Tinta Roriz, 25% Touriga Franca, aged 11 month in oak barrel.
This wine is in a league of its own - a wine that complemented a main course of grilled meat. It is a full body wine with juicy blackberries, blueberriesand just a touch of a floral note.On the palate black fruits, sweet spicies, cloves and letaher with a hint of meat on the finish.
The good thing about this red wine is that it most certainly will not break the bank and is priced at a modest £11.
A promising family, there latest awards was a Bronze Medal at the 2014 ''Decanter World Wine Awards'' for there 2010 Val Pedro wine