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Lancers Rose

Producer: Lancers
Style: Rose
Grape Type: other red varietal
Origin: Portugal
Region: Portugal

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Great little Fizz!
11/20/2010
by Sellers13959602
I love this wine. It is a great light taste that adds a little sparkle to any type of meal. The mild flavor is a good choice for those who don't have much experience with wines. It is only slightly dry and doesn't take away from the flavor of the food in any meal. What a great addition to my table it is!
1972 Lancers Vin Rose
05/04/2013
by Tocai404215
I used to LOVE this wine... I got an UNOPENED bottle of this wine. Where can I find out if it has any value? It was in the back of my bar area... a gift from a long gonefriend. The old label, in good shape and it splashes inside! So it is still there.. but drinkable? Grateful for advice. UllaMarie email: lherman554@aol.com
Vintage 1972
12/02/2014
by PinotBlanc638087
I found an unopened bottle laying on its side.in my garage since 1986. It is of the above vintage but a large bottle, 2/5 gallon. Should I try it or just throw it out. I remember we really liked this wine but I think now I am used to something more dry, like Merlot or a Cabernet. Red wine is good for your heart, right.

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About Portugal

For most American wine lovers Portuguese wine means Port, the rich fortified Portugal wine made in the hot, dry Douro Valley in the northern part of the country. But the past decade has witnessed a greater flow of high-quality table wines, mostly red, into the U.S. market.


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