This is a really fun and interesting wine. Typically known as one of the major components of Port wine, it is the national grape of Portugal. Touriga is gaining much traction in the New World as a premium dry red wine as well as in Bordeaux where it is now on the list of accepted varietals to be blended with its more famous counterparts. This indeed did raise some eyebrows and lightbulbs on the potential of this wine. Originally planted in 1995 at the Glenrose Vineyard, its intent was always to be sold to producers of sweet Port-style wine. We are the first to produce a dry red wine off this vineyard and maybe in all of Paso, the proof is in the pudding. It is a delicious and unique wine. A recent Gold Medal winner from the Orange County Wine Society.