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Portuguese Wine

Wines of Portugal

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.

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Reg. $9.99

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
Sku: 055532


Reg. $21.99

Scent: Perfumed and spicy with notes of blueberries.
Palate: Round and full bodied palate with youthful fruit and integrated tannins. Finishes with good balancing acidity.... more
Sku: 130498


Reg. $15.19
24% discount on 6 bottles for $69.54

  Sku: 1917087  


Reg. $15.29
24% discount on 12 bottles for $139.08

  Sku: 2003588  


Reg. $16.39
-14% discount on 12 bottles for $223.80

Vila Santa was Joao Portugal Ramos’s first wine. The name means “Holy Village, referring to the nearby ancient city of Estremoz where the famed Miracle of the Roses occurred. In the 13th century, Estremoz was ruled by King Diniz and his  more
Sku: 1886323  


Reg. $23.49
24% discount on 6 bottles for $107.34

Vila Santa was Joao Portugal Ramos’s first wine. The name means “Holy Village, referring to the nearby ancient city of Estremoz where the famed Miracle of the Roses occurred. In the 13th century, Estremoz was ruled by King Diniz and his  more
Sku: 2007205  


Reg. $21.89
24% discount on 6 bottles for $100.14

The 2011 Jose de Sousa Tinto is a blend of 47% Grande Noir, 33% Trincadeira and 20% Aragonez. Mostly unoaked, it was partly aged with oak staves for 8 months (for 30% of the production run), a mixture of American and French, and about 5% of the ... more
Sku: 1964916  


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