Aveleda 'Follies' Touriga Nacional Bairrada 2011
90 Points Wine Advocate
"The 2011 Touriga Nacional Follies is the latest effort in this brand, one of my favorite values. It was aged for one year in French oak (one-third each of new, second use and third-use barrels). The Follies brand ages well (the 2003 I saw at the same time was still drinking well, if fully mature and the 2005 was even better), and the price is dirt cheap. They have structure and nice fruit for little money. This is a fine effort, one of the best yet. Showing off gorgeous, young fruit, it is fresh and elegant with a real backbone and a relatively crisp finish after the fragrant start. You could spend way more and do a lot worse. It often seems like a lot of wine for the price - because it is. Drink now-2023."