Are you in for the long haul that culminates in the Eclipse-O-Rama on Monday? Camping out and cooking over a fire or Coleman stove or gas contraption? Here’s a bargain in a hearty red wine that will drink perfectly with those grilled sausages or pork chops or steaks. Coming from Portugal’s Douro Valley, the Vale do Bomfim 2015 is a blend of traditional grapes grown for Port, that is, 40 percent touriga franca, 25 percent touriga nacional and — here’s the interesting part — 35 percent of a field blend of whatever grapes happened to be growing in the vineyards, in this case Quinta do Bomfim and Quinta da Senhora da Ribeira belonging to the House of Dow, the great Port producers. Aging for nine months in French oak barrels, the wine offers an opaque ruby-purple hue and enveloping aromas of black and red cherries and plums permeated by notes of black tea, loam and fruitcake and a rather penetrating hint of iodine and graphite. It’s robust and forthright, nicely touched with slightly shaggy tannins and soft, subtle oak, and its spicy black fruit flavors are highlighted by wood-smoke, cedar and tobacco. The whole package is animated by vibrant acidity and fruit freshness. 13.9 percent alcohol. Drink now through 2018 or ’19. Very Good+. About $13, marking Terrific Value for Buying by the Case.

Imported by Premium Port Wines, San Francisco. A sample for review.