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.