Herdade do Esporão and both Rosé wines.
I've been a fan of the Herdade do Esporão winery for a number of years, and have previously raved about their wines. Each year at the Boston Wine Expo, I also take some time to sample the newest vintages of their wines. Overall, Esporão produces a wide range of interesting and delicious wines, from excellent values to higher end, impressive bottlings. I strongly recommend that you check out their portfolio and gain an appreciation for Portuguese wine.
If you are seeking an excellent bargain Rosé, then I have exactly what you need. How about a delicious Rosé for only $7? You would be hard pressed to find another Rosé that delivers as much for so little. The 2013 Alandra Rosé ($6.99) is a blend of Aragones, Syrah, and Touriga Nacional and has an alcohol content of 13.5%. It is crisp, dry and fruity with delicious strawberry and cherry flavors. Simple but satisfying, this is going to please many wine lovers, especially at this price point. I enjoyed it with some grilled chicken and it paired very well. Highly recommended!
What Portuguese Rosé wines do you enjoy?
(Disclaimer: I received both of these wines as media samples.)