Friday, April 1, 2011

Finisterra White Wine From Portugal

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Ok! Its time to discuss Finisterra White Wine, but first many of us are familiar with Pinot Grigio's, Chardonnay's, Sauvignon Blancs, but many wines of Portugal are blends, meaning there are more than 1-grape variety used in the production of their wines.

The Finisterra white wine is blended with three grapes,Aragonez(Tempranillo),Castelao,Trincadeira. I am not going to go into detail about the individual grapes because if the wine tastes good, it doesn't matter about the history of the specific grapes, we are ordinary Joe's and Mary's, and all we want is to enjoy a good glass or few of wines.

Finisterra White Wine has fresh fruit flavors balanced with very soft tannins and acidity.

Frank & Ann voted Finis White as AA+
Keith & Renee voted AAA
L'Aura voted AA+
I am not a fan of white wines but you know this wine to me, beat out a Pinot Grigio and a Chardonnay any day. I will add Finisterra White to my MLW list, A first for me.

LATEST DEVELOPMENT: HOPS AND GRAPES OF GLASSBORO Who now sells Finisterra Red & White has placed Finisterra on their Website for ONLINE SALES. So here is a "SHOUT-OUT" to Hops & Grapes Liquor Store in Glassboro, NJ Rte 47South side of the Rte 47.

Try Finisterra Red and White today. Let me know what your opinion.

Joe
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1 comment:

  1. Nice to hear that you enjoyed the wine, just a small remark, the grapes that you talk are red grapes and are the ones in the Finisterra red!

    The grapes of Finisterra White are: Antão Vaz, Síria, Rabo de Ovelha and Perrum

    Regards
    Luis

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