Wine experts say this White wine delivers just what consumers want. It`s soft and gentle in the mouth, ending on a slightly stemmy, tannic note. Drink up. This blend of Fernão Pires and Arinto is distinctive, and it`s almost too much of a good thing. As the name suggests, this is stewy and oaky, with burnt aromas of overripe black fruit and leather. The palate is heavy and syrupy, with middle-of-the-road tastes of baked blackberry, prune and herbal spices. The finish is jammy and pushy. Drink now through 2017. A neutral nose is the result of minimal wood aging and shows little of the floral and citrus flavors the entry-level wine wants. It`s lean in feel, with charming citrus and apple notes that offer quick, clean refreshment. Abundant cherry and spice aromas are balanced by saturated, toast and cigar box aromas.