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The Corkdork

I saw that you had tried the white. You beat me to the comment! As the night drew on, We went back to the Dom Martinho more, largely because the dinner I made, based around some rosemary roasted fish, worked better with the clean/filtered Dom. The Adriano as the night grew on was maybe a little too rustic. It would be a seriously good big BBQ value. - Corkdork

Dr. Debs

I tried the white version of the Adriano, and it was a wild wine--something between dry riesling and sauvignon blanc. It was pretty simple and straight forward, like the red you describe, but it was a good food wine! The Dom Martinho sounds awfully nice for the price.

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