Beyra is a region south of Porto with a high elevation (cool climate) so the wines are the lightest of Portuguese reds. Tangy dry, refreshing, earthy – shades of traditional Chianti. Winemaker Rui Roboredo Madeira may not be pleased with my header, but I always like to use a known reference to help readers know what to expect. This is a must try for fans of gutsy reds. Bring on the pizza, pasta or burgers.

BEYRA 2015, Portugal 408120 Vintages $12.95


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