Hard to believe we’re starting our third year of reviewing a wine every week from Portugal…and we still have a lifetime of those wines in front of us. Portugal’s vinous bounty seemingly knows no ends…
For 2020, it looks like we’ll be reporting on Portuguese wines from the United States. I took the helm of the world’s most widely read aviation magazine, Flying, back in October, and we’ll be here in our little corner of Portuguese-inspired living in Maryland for the time being, at Vivenda Vista da Paz.
Fortunately, Portuguese table wines have gained traction and shelf space against the traditional mainstays of Portuguese wine in the U.S. (namely Port and Madeira), so we will spend 2020 seeking out those decent values and quaffable selections from amidst the local wine shops as well as the larger retailers.
And we’re back around to another Leap Year! My wine reports took on the name “366 Vinhos” as I’d moved to Portugal in time for the 2016 leap year–and figured there was at least one decent Portuguese wine for every day of that long year. So join us for another round, and let us know what you think!