About Brazilian Wine

About Brazilian Wine

Top Picks for Brazil

Philip Mead  Traditional Sweet Mead
92 points
$16
Best Buy
Light gold color. Aromas and flavors of ricola lemon and honey cough drops, mint and savory garden herbs, and grilled orange with a satiny, bright, dryish medium-to-full body and a long finish with notes of fresh aloe, agave, green green, honey roasted nuts, and fresh orange juice. The orange and Eucalyptus honeys combine to create an entirely delightful experience that is floral, fruity, and fantastic.
92 points $16 Best Buy
Philip Mead  Oak Aged Sweet Mead
92 points
$16
Best Buy
Emerald straw color. Aromas and flavors of candied orange, morning dew on a grove of wild flowers, baking spice and graham cracker, and lemon pledge with a satiny, bright, dry medium body and a long finish displaying notes of mint and eucalyptus oil, orange syrup, and cloud berries, charred oak, and cranberry orange. A complex sipper to keeping you coming back for new flavors and aromas.
92 points $16 Best Buy
Philip Mead  Red Fruits Mead
88 points
$16
Reddish orange color. Aromas and flavors of freshly opened package of haribo gummi bears, tropical fruit salad, sweet tobacco hookah smoke, and red jell-o powder with a medium-to-full body and a medium-to-long finish with shades of all the gummi bear flavors, goji berry, blueberry juice, and watermelon and rose water. This mead walks the line between being fruity and floral very well.
Philip Mead  Double Oak Dry Mead
85 points
$16
Golden amber color. Aromas and flavors of grilled orange slice, lemon cake and plantain, maple cream, and banana with a round, dryish medium body and a complex, medium-long finish displaying nuances of orange and strawberry mamba candies, linseed, and apricot tea. A smoky, vanilla tinged mead that could convert drinkers of dry Chenin Blanc and Riesling.