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  1. Filipa Pato "3B" Sparkling Rose NV

    Filipa Pato "3B" Sparkling Rose NV

    This stylish, approachable, and great value sparkling wine is named “3B” because the grapes are Baga and Bical and the region is Bairrada. Everything is organically farmed, and there’s a real purity to the fruit, with very pretty aromas of strawberry, raspberry, red cherry, and rose petals. The palate is dry – this is extra brut – with a light creaminess. A sparkling rosé that will have you coming back for more Learn More
  2. Luis Pato Vinhas Velhas Branco Beira Atlantico IGP

    Luis Pato Vinhas Velhas Branco Beira Atlantico IGP

    50% Bical, 25% Sercealinho, 20% Cerceal. Luis Pato is one of the mavericks of Portuguese wine, single-handedly reviving the Bairrada region under whose name he now refuses to bottle his wine. Sercealinho is a variety only found on his and his daughter’s properties, while Cerceal is in the blend for its crisp acidity which is apparent on the palate. There’s also a grainy, mineral texture rounded out with an almond, doughy feel, with citrus and apple aromas and a long finish. Learn More
  3. Filipa Pato Vinho Branco 2016

    Filipa Pato Vinho Branco 2016

    The quality of white wine in Portugal has risen exponentially in recent years, especially in the hands of young winemakers like Filipa Pato. The grapes are Arinto, one of the country’s best with high acidity and a gripping texture, and Bical, which offers more aromatics. A fresh, interesting nose of green apples, lemons, grapefruits, honeysuckle, and jasmine. With vibrant acidity on the palate, it’s lightly spicy and saline with a gentle creaminess. Learn More