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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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85% Baga, 15% Touriga Nacional from vines planted in the best limestone-chalky soils of Bairrada. Fermented in small open tanks, with no destemming, and aged in old wood vats. Bottled without fining or filtration. ,This is a traditional rascal of a ... click for more details
Sku: 555597

Reg. $39.99
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A glimpse into an extremely old tradition of Bairrada winemaking. The flavors are extremely long, rich and powerful with beeming highlights of acidity, salty-minerality, and rancio notes. This wine is built for aging.A glimpse into an extremely old ... click for more details
Sku: P57905

Reg. $14.99

100 percent Baga, Bairrada's signature grape. This is a traditional baga from old baga vines that are whole cluster pressed. Vibrant wild berry fruit on the mid palate, slight resinous quality, earthiness and dusty tannins. Medium bodied and very ... click for more details
Sku: P60165

Reg. $46.99
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  Sku: 014121

Reg. $13.99

Bical, Cerceal, Sercialinho. Bical on clay-limestone soil. Cerceal and Sercialinho on sandy soil. Unoaked. Creamy lemon, apricot, and exotic sweet spice. Lots of dimensions, tension, substantial with plenty of length.Quite attractive aroma with ... click for more details
Sku: 130553


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