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Until its integration into Europe in 1986, Portugal had a long tradition of exporting Porto and Madeira. Since then, there has been a revival of other Portuguese wines, rich in singularities, preserved by a traditionally traditional viticulture. The long isolation of Portugal has had the advantage of leaving intact the tremendous diversity of native grape varieties and maintaining unique know-how. Legislation modeled on the French model has made it possible to better frame this heritage. As a result, Portugal has been able to enhance its heritage while raising the level of its production to the current requirements. The most significant development was in Alentejo, where the extension of the vineyard did not take place at the expense of its identity. 

  • Chocapalha, Castelao Tinto 2015

    91 points Wine Enthusiast“This wine comes from the oldest vines in the estate. Richly fruity, it has dense blackberry flavors as well as layers of tannins. The dry core of the wine and its acidity promise aging. Solid and ripe, the wine needs...

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  • FERREIRA, Vintage 2007

    90 points Wine Spectator"Really pretty blueberry and lemon peel aromas follow through to a sweet, full-bodied palate, with a round, superfruity finish. Very typical for Ferreira, offering loads of ripe, pretty fruit."   Jancis Robinson"Luis...

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  • Fonseca Port, Siroco Extra Dry White Port

    Vinous Reverie Notes In most countries, Ports is traditionally enjoyed at the end of the meal. The exception is white Port, especially the drier style which makes an excellent aperitif. It is a blend of classic white Port grape varieties,...

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  • MOB Branco 2015

    92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate“The 2015 Branco is a 70/30 blend of Encruzado and Bical, aged for 10 months in a 60/40 mixture of used and new French oak. It comes in at 13.5% alcohol. Fresh, piercing and very much emphasizing its acidity,...

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  • Monte Doiro Lybra Syrah 2013

    90 points Wine Enthusiast"This is a smooth, richly fruity wine. Spice from wood aging and soft tannins give balance and concentration. Produced from organically grown grapes, the wine is ready to drink." Robert Parker's Wine Advocate"The 2013 Lybra is a...

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  • Niepoort, Docil Vinho Verde 2017

    Vinous Reverie NotesWinery: The Dócil Loureiro 2017 is the result of our search for a Vinho Verde which reflects the region’s terroir, with a balanced and well-rounded character, and whose vinification relies on the vibrant acidity of the...

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  • Niepoort, Douro Twisted Branco 2017

    Jancis Robinson - Wine of the Week"'The idea is to make wines that taste better and better the more you drink them.'This is Douro producer Dirk Niepoort's explanation of a project that began in 2004 with a red wine under the name Fabelhaft (meaning...

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  • Niepoort, Rotulo Branco 2015

    Vinous Reverie NotesWinery: With the mission of respecting biodiversity, we are recovering several old vines of white varieties in Dão, going beyond the variety Encruzado, predominant in the region. Rótulo white results from a blend of...

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  • Douro Valley

    Quinta do Crasto, Douro Branco 2015

    90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate "The 2015 Branco is a blend of Rabigato 45%, Gouveio 40% and Viosinho 15%. As per custom, about 10% of the juice was aged for six weeks in new French oak and the rest in stainless steel. This has become an...

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  • SANDEMAN Vintage Port 2011

    SANDEMAN Vintage Port 2011

    97 points Wine Spectator "Well-proportioned, showing fine balance and grip to the fresh boysenberry, red plum and wild cherry flavors. Intense black fig and dark chocolate notes appear on the firm, powerful finish. Best from 2040 through 2060. Tasted...

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