Blog

The Wall Street Journal | Cabriz Tinto 2016

Search It is best to know your favorite wine from the inside. Knowing where he walks and with whom. See the cups where it spills and the hands that carry it. Fly with it and bring it home, with each return. Discover the secrets of the vineyards and the grapevines

Cabriz in The Wall Street Journal

Cabriz Edição Especial | Grandes Escolhas

Search It is best to know your favorite wine from the inside. Knowing where he walks and with whom. See the cups where it spills and the hands that carry it. Fly with it and bring it home, with each return. Discover the secrets of the vineyards and the grapevines

Cabriz-grandes-escolhas-prize

Cabriz Escolha | Revista de Vinhos

Search It is best to know your favorite wine from the inside. Knowing where he walks and with whom. See the cups where it spills and the hands that carry it. Fly with it and bring it home, with each return. Discover the secrets of the vineyards and the grapevines

Cabriz Escolha review

WELCOME TO OUR NEW WEBSITE

Search It is best to know your favorite wine from the inside. Knowing where he walks and with whom. See the cups where it spills and the hands that carry it. Fly with it and bring it home, with each return. Discover the secrets of the vineyards and the grapevines

Capa notícia novo site Cabriz

The Wall Street Journal.

The largest newspaper in the United States (in circulation), released last October 24, an article on one of the products that we know best, wine. And our Cabriz Colheita Selecionada Tinto 2016 marked its presence.

Entitled “The 5 wines we should be drinking more of“, the American periodical puts its focus on five wine brands: Trimbach Riesling, 2016 Cabriz, 2018 Southern Right Sauvignon Blanc, Champalou Brut Nonvintage and 2014 Woodlands ‘Margaret’Margaret River.

According to The Wall Street Journal, these five wine brands are not on the radar of mainstream wine for the average American. Despite their high quality, they do not receive the attention and respect they deserve, essentially due to lack of knowledge of their brands and their production regions.

Some wines simply don’t get the attention and respect they deserve.” – Lettie Teague

The article mentions that are many Americans who know the Port wine, some of these will even know the existence of the slopes of the Douro region where it is produced, however, for the vast majority of Americans, the area of Dão will still be quite unknown. And this lack of knowledge leads them to giving privilege to more expensive wines with lower quality than we achieve in the Dão valleys.

The lands of the Dão are very generous for the production of wine, marking in a characteristic way, the wealth and quality of the wine produced here. The arrival of international recognition for the product we make with such dedication is long overdue, but despite being “hidden” between the various DOC regions of Portugal, we began to attract the attention of very important wine markets, as will be the case of the American market.

“2016 Cabriz ($6.50), a red Dão wine that´s fruity, fun, easy to drink and very cheap.” – Lettie Teague

Our deepest thanks to Lettie Teague and The Wall Street Journal for their recognition of our Cabriz Colheita Selecionada Tinto 2016.


Our Cabriz Special Edition 2015 gathered the consensus of the jury of the Press Choice competition of the event Grandes Escolhas | Vinhos & Sabores 2019 which took place this weekend at the Lisbon International Fair, having won this distinction in the Red Wines category. It is the public recognition of a high quality Portuguese wine.

Composed of a blend of Touriga-Nacional (50%), Alfrocheiro (25%) and Aragonez (25%) grapes, Cabriz Special Edition has an intense aroma of wild fruits and spices, as well as nuances of fresh and toasted red fruits. With a fruity, soft and balanced taste, this wine reveals a velvety finish. It will be the ideal choice to accompany matured cheeses and delicacies cooking of Mediterranean, Chinese, Indian and African cuisine.

Cabriz Special Edition is an almost secret wine, which we launched to be discovered as a rare jewel. To be drunk in secret and shared only with those who are really special.


Revista de Vinhos has selected our Cabriz Escolha Tinto 2016 for its guide, awarding it a score of 16 points. This wine was thought and designed by the winemaker to match the richness and gastronomic diversity of our country, being the perfect choice for the pairing of a lunch or dinner in the restaurant.

With a blend of Alfrocheiro (50%) and Aragonez (50%), Cabriz Escolha Tinto has a clear appearance, intense garnet colour, almost opaque and purple tones. Its aroma is intense, fruity, distinguished by the notes of red fruits that result from a pre-fermentation fermentation.

The review of Revista de Vinhos defines our Cabriz Escolha Tinto 2016 as being:

Translucent ruby. Very fresh nose marked by red fruit, bergamot citrus, floral violet . In the mouth it is satin, fresh and young, with great balance and fully integrated tannins. Very elegant, very well done.” – LC


New website!

Visit and discover Cabriz.
Wines, restaurant and recipes.

We are pleased to announce the launch of our new website, faster and more intuitive, where we share all the information and content that we have prepared over the last few months.

Our main goal is to inform, immediately and interactively, every fan of the wines from Dão, of all there is to know about Cabriz, its red, white, rosé and sparkling wines and the recipes for the typically Portuguese cuisine of its restaurant.

You will also have access, in this dynamic website, to updated information about the products, events and calendar of Cabriz.
We also added our Facebook and Instagram accounts, to improve dialogue and our relationship.

Any questions, suggestions or comments, please send us an email through our contact page.

The best is yet to open.


Dão Capital: Cabriz presented the best the region has to offer in Lisbon

More than 30 producers visited Dão Capital, in Ribeira’s Market, Lisbon, on 23th and 24th November, to show the best the region has to offer. And because we are talking about the region’s best, Cabriz had to be present.

The invited producers represented the seven sub-regions of Dão – Alva, Besteiros, Castendo, Serra da Estrela, Silgueiros, Terras de Azurara and Terras de Senhorim – and its wines different profiles.

For the first time this year, Dão Capital had “smart” wine glasses (with 3 euros cost), which allowed the oenophile to know, in the end, what wines he tasted, their features and where to buy it.

Dão Capital, with free admission, brought together Dão’s Regional Wine Commission and Time Out Market Lisbon Studio, in Ribeira’s Market. Dão Capital included tastings about Encruzado and Jaen varieties and the region old wines.