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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. 

  • Alentejo White Wine

    Adega de Borba, White 2018

    Wine Enthusiast"A crisp wine with a zesty texture and bright acidity, this is a blend of Rupeiro, Arinto and Antão Vaz. Aromatic and fruity with sliced apple flavors, the wine is ready to drink." Vinous Reverie NotesGrape Varieties: Roupeiro,...

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  • Adega de Moncao, Muralhas Vinho Verde 2018

    Wine Enthusiast“One of the most familiar Vinho Verde brands in Portugal, this wine is a blend of Alvarinho and Trajadura grapes. Its fruit has a tangy edge to enhance the wine's bright acidity and great lift.” Jancis Robinson"85% Alvarinho,...

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  • Lisboa Red Wine

    Adega Mae, Petit Verdot 2015

    90 points Wine Enthusiast"While Petit Verdot is almost never seen on its own in its home territory of Bordeaux, the Portuguese winemakers seem to have a fascination for it. This firmly structured wine has solid tannins as well as the perfumed dense black...

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  • Portuguese Pinot Noir

    Adega Mae, Pinot Noir 2017

    Vinous Reverie NotesPure elegance and sophistication. A fantastic adaptation to the Atlantic terroir, with an expression of great freshness and elegance, honoring the extraordinary value of a variety that produces some of the most exciting wines in...

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  • Vinho Verde Loureiro

    Anselmo Mendes, Muros Antigos Loureiro 2018

    91 points Decanter 90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate"Intense citrus and floral aromas. Fresh and fruity with dry finish. Ends with the strong character of the variety of flowers and citrus fruits." Wine Enthusiast"A totally fresh wine from the...

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  • Dao Red Wine

    Cabriz, Reserva Red 2015

    92 points Wine Enthusiast"This popular range of wines has a serious side in the reserva wines. This structured and full-bodied blend of Touriga Nacional, Alfrocheiro and Tinta Roriz is just approaching black fruit and tannin structured maturity. There is...

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  • Vintage Port

    Calem, Vintage Port 2011

    95 points Wine Enthusiast"A solid, ripe, fruity wine, rich in tannins that blend well into the texture. Black plum skins, damsons and berry fruit are all present, revealing the natural freshness of the vintage as well as great potential. A wine with a...

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  • Portuguese Sparkling Wine

    Casa da Tojeira, Brut 2018

    Vinous Reverie NotesArinto (40%), Azal (40%), Chardonnay (20%). Vinification: The grapes are harvested by hand and destemmed followed by a soft pressing in order to preserve the characteristic aromas. After defecation by cold, the must is inoculated with...

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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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  • Portuguese White Wine

    Herdade Do Esporao, Reserva White 2017

    92 points Decanter"Really great value for such a rich, classy white: the first wine made by Esporão back in 1985. This vintage is a blend of Arinto, Antão Vaz and Roupeiro from 18-year-old estate vines, partially aged on lees for six months...

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  • Alentejano White Wine

    Herdade do Rocim, Mariana Branco 2014

    Bronze Medal - Decanter World Wine Awards"Good balance and mouthfeel, with rose petal, lychee, tropical/citrus fruit and spice aromas and flavours. A nice wine, which finishes fresh and sappy. Surefooted winemaking." Vinous Reverie NotesThe Story...

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    Portuguese White Wine

    Herdade do Rocim, Olho de Mocho Branco 2010

    Jancis Robinson"Antão Vaz harvested 7-8 September. 12-hour cold maceration. Part of the wine finished fermentation in 80% new French oak and 20% new American oak. Five months on fine lees with daily bâtonnage. TA 5 g/l, pH 3.18, RS 1.8 g/l...

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  • Portuguese Red Wine

    Herdade do Rocim, Olho de Mocho Tinto 2010

    91 points Wine Enthusiast"This wine is full of fruit, dusty tannins and great structure. A smooth surface covers the complex, juicy black fruits, dense tannins and mineral texture. This wine will certainly age, so don't drink before 2017." Vinous...

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  • Portuguese Red Wine

    Herdade do Rocim, Vale de Mato 2010

    92 points Wine Enthusiast"From a small parcel of land on the slopes of the Serra de Aire hills, this firm textured, cool-climate wine shows structure and depth. The fruit weight is concentrated with plum and juicy black currant flavors, rotating around a...

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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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  • Porto Barros, 10 Year Old Tawny

    95 points Decanter Jancis Robinson"Pale, bright amber. Pretty sweet and delicate with a dry finish and some marzipan notes along the way. Attractive nuttiness with some real depth and length. 17/20 points."Top 20 - Good festive buys 2019 –...

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