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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. 

  • Niepoort, Vertente Douro 2018

    Niepoort, Vertente Douro 2018

    Jancis Robinson"Full bottle 1,312 g. Vertente means ‘aspect’ or ‘hillside’. Vines 50–80 years old, a mix of traditional varieties. Fermented in conical stainless-steel tanks before being left to mature for 22 months in...

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  • Niepoort, Poeirinho Baga Bairrada 2016

    Niepoort, Poeirinho Baga Bairrada 2016

    94 Points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate"The 2016 Poeirinho is a Baga aged for 20 months in old 2,000-liter fuders. It comes in at 12% alcohol. This seems better balanced and more refined than the 2015—but perhaps not as energetic. For the moment,...

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  • Ramos Pinto, Duas Quintas Douro 2019

    Ramos Pinto, Duas Quintas Douro 2019

    Wine Spectator"Ripe and sleek, showing boysenberry and plum puree notes that glide through easily, with light anise and violet as well as a lightly toasted finish. Touriga Nacional and Touriga Franca. Drink now through 2024."  Vinous Reverie...

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  • Late Bottled Vintage Port

    Dow's, Late Bottled Vintage Port 2016

    93 points Wine & Spirits"Finely integrated and luscious, this is the kind of baby Vintage Port an LBV should aspire to be: Dark-fruited, the wine’s juicy wild-blueberry flavors have energy and supple grace. It could find a home with braised...

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  • 20 Year Old Tawny

    Sandeman, 20 Year Old Tawny Port NV

    95 points Wine Enthusiast"Sandeman’s long-standing reputation for aged tawny Port is confirmed by this wine. It is poised between fresh fruit and spice, dried dates and a generous golden glow. The wine is at its peak and ready to drink." 94 points...

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  • Vinho Verde

    Soalheiro, Alvarinho Vinho Verde 2020

    92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate"The 2020 Alvarinho, the so-called unoaked "classic," as it is colloquially known, is dry (2.5 grams of residual sugar and seven grams of total acidity) and comes in at 12.7% alcohol. As much as I liked the Granit...

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  • Herdade Do Esporao, Reserva Red 2018

    Herdade Do Esporao, Reserva Red 2018

    91 points Wine Enthusiast"This blend of six grapes is softly textured and rich. Black fruits and spice from wood aging are given a boost by layers of tannin and acidity that support the generosity. This wine could age further and will be best from 2022."

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  • Vintage Port

    Vieira de Sousa, Vintage Porto 2017

    98 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate"Tight, fresh, silky and sweet, this delectable Port has mid-palate finesse and serious structure. After aeration, it seemed even more serious, and drier than statistics might suggest. The question is how fine it...

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  • Vintage Port

    Cockburn's, Vintage Port 2015

    96 points Decanter"Blend dominated by Touriga Franca (41%) and Touriga Nacional (37%). Mainly picked eight days after the mid-September rain: initially deep, ripe and dense on the nose, opening up to reveal a scented berry fruit bouquet. Lovely plum and...

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  • Ruby Port

    Fonseca, Terra Bella Reserve Ruby Port NV

    93 points Decanter"Ripe aromas of damson, and plum with notes of aniseed, warm with pepper spice, and cool with a leafy freshness. Deeply crimson colour, almost inky. A full bodied and rounded palate with big bold classic fruit flavours, and a hint of...

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  • Vintage Port

    Quinta do Noval, Vintage Porto 2016

    98 points James SucklingThis is a superb baby Noval that reminds me of the 1966. Chewy yet so polished. The light sweetness suggests an overall dialing back of the sugar content. Stemmy and lightly green. A truly classic Noval. Almost all from Pinhao...

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  • Portuguese White Wine

    Herdade Do Esporao, Reserva White 2019

    90 points Wine Enthusiast"This young and fruity wine is bursting with energy and a ripe, creamy apple flavor. A light touch of wood lends a smooth texture and some short-term aging possibilities. Drink from 2022." Food and Wine15 Delicious Portuguese...

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  • Quinta das Bageiras, Garrafeira Branco 2013

    Quinta das Bageiras, Garrafeira Branco 2013

    Jancis Robinson"Very old vines – 100 years – 50/50 Maria Gomes and Bical, fermented in a single old 2,500 litre oak cask, aged 6-8 months in oak and unfined and unfiltered.From magnum. Good year for reds and whites, apparently. More structure...

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  • Niepoort, Redoma Branco Douro 2020

    Niepoort, Redoma Branco Douro 2020

    Jancis Robinson"Full bottle 1,311 g. Fruit from old vines growing on the right bank of the Douro River, at an elevation of 400–600 m. The predominant grape varieties in this field blend are Rabigato, Códega do Larinho, Viosinho, Donzelinho...

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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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  • Luis Pato, Vinhas Velhas Branco Bairrada 2018

    Luis Pato, Vinhas Velhas Branco Bairrada 2018

    Jancis Robinson"A blend of old-vines Bical, Cerceal and Sercialinho. Unoaked.Similar to the 2019 but the extra year in bottle seems to have added depth and weight to this wine so that it is a little fuller in the mouth without loss of contrasting...

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