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Reverse Wine Snob Highlights the Single Varietal Avesso

Want to branch out and be a wine pioneer? We have just the wine for your. This single varietal Avesso is not your typical Vinho Verde. Typically the Avesso grape is blended into wines to give the wine a fuller body. However, the 2015 Quinta de Linhares Avesso highlights the Avesso variety in all of its glory. Enjoy flavors of pear and grapefruit and a refreshing and lively mouthfeel.

“The 2015 Quinta de Linhares Avesso from Agri-Roncao Vinicola and winemaker Antonio Sousa begins with a pleasant aroma of pear and apple but it really takes off when tasting. Taking a sip reveals a vibrant and delicious wine with more pear and apple plus a good dose of grapefruit. This medium to full-bodied wine has great depth of flavor and a wonderful, lively mouthfeel. It ends long with plenty of lingering grapefruit and pear flavors. This is a very refreshing, lovely wine and definitely a variety to seek out.” – Reverse Wine Snob

Get the full review here: http://www.reversewinesnob.com/quinta-de-linhares-avesso#more-72728 

Back to the Blends

While Reverse Wine Snob has been focusing on some of the less traditional single varietal wines in his recent posts, today he brings us back to the blends.

“The Campelo Vinho Verde Branco begins with a pleasant aroma of apple, pear and some floral notes. The wine tastes fresh, fruity, slightly fizzy, fun and very refreshing. With 5 g/L of residual sugar and good acidity the tart apple, pear, citrus and grapefruit notes have just a touch of sweetness. This one is honestly just a pleasure to drink with great, full fruit flavors that aren’t always easy to find at this low price. It even has a bit of stony/flinty minerality that leads into the fresh finish full of tart citrus notes that last and last.” – Reverse Wine Snob

To get the full review, check out his blog post: http://www.reversewinesnob.com/campelo-vinho-verde-branco#more-36267