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Portugese Wine

For a country that has been making wine for thousands of years, and which boasts more than 250 native grape varieties, Portugal remains uncharted territory for many wine drinkers. A shame as the wines can be excellent and offer flavours you don’t typically find elsewhere. The Douro, home of port is arguably the finest region, producing juicy violet-scented reds from a range of grapes including Touriga Nacional and Tinto Roriz (aka Tempranillo). Touriga Nacional appears just to the south in Dão, where the wines are a touch lighter and more fragrant. Neighbouring Bairrada is home to the Baga grape, which with its dense red fruit flavour and firm tannins has much in common with Italy’s Nebbiolo - it is excellent with suckling pig. Read More
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