You have probably noticed the recent trend of wine reviewers spotlighting the wines of Portugal.   Or stated differently, Portugal’s liquid imports are not just about Port dessert wines anymore.  As an example, 3 of the top 4 wines in this year’s Wine Spectator Top 100 wines were Portuguese offerings.   If you haven’t had the opportunity to travel to Portugal or otherwise familiarize yourself with the Portugal wines, your Wine Bargain Sleuth has an excellent opportunity for you as one of this Chapter’s Value Wines:  Feuerheerd’s Anchor Wine 2012 from the Douro region.  Retailing for $16 but available for perhaps $3 less on several internet sites, this delicious Duoro red wine has unusual balance and polish for a red wine at this price point.  Lovely dark cherries punctuate the nose and initial sip of this Portuguese offering, with a delightfully elegant earthiness on the finish.  If you are a fan of earthy Pinot Noir wines, then you will likely enjoy this Feuerheerd Anchor Wine 2012.  The independent internet rating service Cellar Tracker has a 91 rating on this tasty value red wine.  To boot, the Vihno Tinto wine comes in an attractive heavy paper wrapper that makes it stand out in your favorite wine store.   Feel like something exotic with your Wed. night pizza?   Look no further than the remarkable Feuerheerd’s Anchor Wine 2012 to add some old world flavor.   Cheers!