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Wines of Portugal%REPLACE_PWR%
The least understood of major wine producing
countries, Portugal clings tenaciously to its
centuries-old traditions. On the one hand, this is positive,
in that Portugal still has vast acres devoted to its
intriguing native varieties, and a number of quality
minded producers are now making unique world-class
wines out of these grapes. However, highly skilled winemaking
is not the norm.
A fresh, uncomplicated wine, made and sold in large quantities. There is sweetness, along with clean, easy lemon fruits and a touch of acidity. 84 Points Wine EnthusiastGazela has a very light yellow citrine color, with a slight fizz that enhances ... more
I might usually select a wine for this feature that is more esoteric, however, I cannot ignore the pleasures of the wines of Esporão, which are always correct and present a modern sensibility. This vibrant white wine is pale in color with flecks of ... more
Hints of white pulp fruits, such as apples and pears, come together harmoniously in the mouth, with a persistent fresh feel.... more
'Made from 100% Alvarinho, Vinho Verde's most noble white grape. Vinho Verdes like Regueiro are a rare find: high quality for value white; plenty of character now, but has potential to age. So well woven with richness and lengthy acidity, this wine ... more
LIghtly refreshing with a touch of fizz. The perfect summer refresher.Aromas of wild strawberries, red currant, and Meyer lemon zest. On the palate pink grapefruit and strawberry balanced by a refreshing minerality with a crisp elegant finish.... more
A fresh wine with floral and tropical aromatics. It's so zesty and refreshing on the palate that you can drink it alone, as an aperitif, or with a summer dish of white fish or seafood.
Mineral notes blended with tropical fruits. Very fresh finish.... more
Named after the old postal station in the foothill vineyards of the Serra da Estrella mountains, this red provides a fresh and lively introduction to the more sophisticated blends that are aged in wood. Aged for only a short time in stainless steel ... more
The Vera Vinho Verde is a blend of 60% Arinto, 30% Azal and 10% Loureiro from select blocks of Casa do Valle's main estate vineyard. The vines are between 10 and 15 years old and grow at an average elevation of 300 meters on granitic sandy loam. The more
Dow’s LBV is a full rich Port with spicy ripe fruit flavours and an elegant aromatic nose. Well rounded on the palate and has the traditional Dow’s drier finish which makes it one of the finest LBV Ports available.The 2009 Late Bottled Vintage Port ... more
An exceptionally fine old tawny blend, aged for an average of 10 years in oak casks. Elegant and smooth, combining delicate wood notes and rich mellow fruit, it is bottled for immediate drinking. Excellent with soft cheeses such as brie; and a ... more
These flagship wines reflect the tradition and famed quality of the first people to make wine at Cartua; Carthusian monks who in 1598 established the Santa Maria Scala Coeli Monastery.
The red wines are made from grape varieties that are most ... more
'Simple, fruity and pleasant. Red berry, dark cherry, cedar and hints of dried herb. Medium bodied with mild tannins. 13% alcohol. A blend of Castelao, Camarate, Touriga Nacional, and Trincadeira from Lisboa, Portugal. ÑSadie, Portuguese ... more