Below is one of the largest selling red wines in Portugal. The locals like the rustic, no-nonsense style and low price ($3 over there). I like it too for the same reasons. It’s medium-bodied and very gulpable when lightly chilled. And partners well with almost any food. I particularly like the absence of the contrived/sweetness in most New World wines in this low price category.

BACALHAO 18 ‘JP’, Azeitao, Setubal, Portugal 286195 $8.75

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