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Vilacetinho Vinho Verde Half Bottle

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Wonderful Vinho Verde, now in a handy half size bottle!

Casa De Vilacetinho is one of the oldest brands of the region, once being part of a large Benedictine Monastery overlooking the River Duoro.

This is a light, crisp Vinho Verde with white fruit aromas and a slight spritz, it’s the perfect summer drink and only 10%.

 

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Ai Galera Poetico

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This is a brilliant value red from Portugal and punches well above its weight for value for money! Vinous and clean aroma’s with hints of red berry fruits. Round in the mouth and medium bodied. A well rounded finish with mellow tannin.

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Ai Galera Mistico

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A growing interest of the wines of Portugal has bought attention to the previously underated region of Tejo, lying just south of Lisbon.  Grapes are rumoured to have been grown on the backs of the Tejo river since Roman times.  

This is made from a blend of Fernão Pires (otherwise known as Maria Gomes in Barraida) which offers a lovely perfumed aromas of citrus fruits and Verdelho that adds a backbone and some peach and melon flavours.  A fresh, dry white ideally consumed young, either by itself or with light seafood dishes.

 

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O%riginal No Alcohol White

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José Maria da Fonseca was a pioneer in terms of creating the first Portuguese alcohol free wines.  This is a real, authentic wine, without alcohol!  A light, refreshing and fruity drink.

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O%riginal No Alcohol Syrah

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José Maria da Fonseca was a pioneer in terms of creating the first Portuguese alcohol free wines. 

This is a real, authentic wine without alcohol (<0.5%).  Plums, cherries and blueberries. Best served slightly chilled.

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Carlos Lucas Cota 700

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Farmer turned winemaker, Carlos Lucas is producing wines that tell a story and show his passion for Portuguese grape varieties and the importance of traditional techniques. 

Perfumes of black mulberry, blackberries and pine needles.  Fresh, young but an elegant, slightly sweet fruit palate. Customers have been loving this!

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Ciconia Tinto

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This is a wine we’ve been selling from the day we opened and its still just as good.  Such a great value red from the Alentejo region.  Really smooth, really fruity, and perfect with lamb.

Casas Relvas is a family run winery in the Alentejo region of Portugal.  The families passion for the region has extended to the rebuilding of the cork oak forests.  This is such a consistently good wine and one of our favourites.

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Ciconia Branco

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Casas Relvas is a family run winery in the Alentejo region of Portugal, started in 1997 by Alexandre Relvas who saw in Herdade de São Miguel the vast horizons of his roots in Africa.  The family’s passion for the region has extended to the rebuilding of cork oak forests.

Expressive ripe fruits, very versatile and can stand up to strong dishes such as smoked haddock.

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Quinta do Ermizio Chin Chin Vinho Verde

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A blend of Trajadura, Arinto & Loureiro, this Portuguese Vinho Verde is a collaboration between winery Quinta Do Ermizio and top London restaurant and magazine, Noble Rot. Local artist Jose Mendez provided the eye catching label. Gaining a bit of a cult following, this wine is a limited production that is dry, fruity, zesty and refreshing and really really easy drinking.

Pair with grilled or baked fish, salads and sunshine. Chin Chin!

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Raza Vinho Verde Rosé

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A beautiful, vibrant rosé from Vinho Verde.

The wine is bursting with red berry fruit, shows a slight spritz, as well as an intense freshness that is a direct result of the intrinsic characteristics of the native grapes.

Perfect for a sunny afternoon!

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Raza Vinho Verde Branco

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Quinta Da Raza is perfectly located in the interior of the Minho region, benefitting from great sun exposure but gets some moderating influence from the Tamega River.  Preserving traditional wine making techniques as well as promoting biodiversity and natural balance.

Deliciously refreshing Vinho Verde with an off dry, slightly sparkling finish.

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Quinta Do Correio Tinto

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One of our favourite reds all year round.  A Jaen (Mencia)-led blend, which also features some Touriga Nacional and Alfrocheiro, aged without oak.  With typical Dao freshness, this is a herb-fruited, honest reflection of this great appellation. It’s fun and immensely drinkable.

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Quinta Do Pinto Lasso Red

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This wine is an interesting blend from the region of Castelão. It is an elegant wine, good complexity, with rich aromas, round tannins and smooth texture. It has a long and persistent aftertaste.

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Quinta das Maias Tinto

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In the foothills of the Serra de Estrela (Star Mountain), Quinta das Maias was first established in 1893. It is now a registered organic estate, capturing the freshness and focus that this vineyard offers.  The name of the estate derives from the Portuguese word for the month of May, which is when the Weaver’s Broom (known as Giesta, but here as Maias) flowers here.

Red wines from the Dao should always demonstrate a certain succulence from a combination of altitude and granitic soils, but Maias Tinto goes the extra mile. At these even higher vineyards (around 650m), Jaen (Tinta Mencia) captures in the glass delicious crunchy fruit in this medium bodied wine.

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Quinta Das Maias Branco

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In the foothills of the Serra de Estrela (Star Mountain), Quinta das Maias was first established in 1893. It is now a registered organic estate, capturing the freshness and focus that this vineyard offers.  The name of the estate derives from the Portuguese word for the month of May, which is when the Weaver’s Broom (known as Giesta, but here as Maias) flowers here.

Malvasia dominated dry white from this registered organic, high altitude estate. Citric, clear and brilliant, with floral notes of lime and lemon. On the palate it is fresh, elegant and structured, in the classic line of the Dão white wines.

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Terra D’Alter ‘AB’ Alicante Bouschet

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Terra d’Alter is a winery in the Alto Alentejo region known for its high quality wines.  Two families of farmers with centuries of tradition in the Alentejo, Roquette and Castel-Branco Borges, join a renowned winemaker, Peter Bright, to carry out a wine project. The goal is to launch a wine that accompanies and justifies the growing image of excellence of Alentejo products.

Alicante Bouschet is a grape with a long history, losing popularity in the 20th Century but is now enjoying a come back with many producers planting it widely in France, Spain and Portugal.  Intense aromas of dark fruits, plums and prunes with a slight floral hint.  Silky tannins with a long, rich finish of chocolate and vanilla.  This is a great wine for lovers of big reds like Zinfandel, Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon!

 

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Lavradores de Feitoria Tinto

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Lavradores de Feitoria is a unique project, created from the union of 15 producers with vineyards throughout the Douro.  This is different to most cooperatives in that the growers all own the company together.  Some of their vineyards are over 80 years old and contain varieties such as Touriga Franca, Tinta Roriz, Boal, Malvasia. 

This is a fresh, ripe style of Douro with blackberry, black plum and cherry flavours.  A perfect everyday wine.

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Herdade Sao Miguel Tinto

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Casas Relvas is a family run winery in the Alentejo region of Portugal, started in 1997 by Alexandre Relvas who saw in Herdade de São Miguel the vast horizons of his roots in Africa.  The family’s passion for the region has extended to the rebuilding of cork oak forests.

The Tinto is a blend of Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Touriga Nacional and Alicante Bouschet that changes slightly each year, the last few vintages of which have been fantastic.  It results in a full bodied wine, with plenty of cassis, no matter how much Cabernet Sauvignon is used, which delves into dark fruit with a crunchy minerality and some spice from toasted oak.  This is a great accompaniament to any Mediterranean dishes, especially lamb.

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Soalheiro Allo

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This is a lighter and more everyday style of wine than most of their range. Very juicy, very fresh, and the Loureiro adds a little floral elegance to the Alvarinho’s fruit.

Perfect for a sunny day, and very food friendly.

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Serra Mae

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The Serra Mãe is made from 100% Castelão, grown on the free-draining, sandy soils West of Palmela. It was naturally fermented (no added yeast), and then subsequently aged, in concrete vats.

The wine shows cherry and bramble fruits, some green herbs, and a fresh and juicy texture. Its fresh acidity is a perfect match for slow-roast lamb or toad in the hole.

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Eirados Ruby Port

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A rich and fruity ruby port, foot-trodden and aged in oak for 4 years.  Quinta Santa Eufémia is a family company that has been producing Port & Douro wines since 1864. Located in the Douro region of Baixo and Cima Corgo on the left side of the river Douro at an altitude about 300m above sea level, the estate continues to be managed by the Carvalho family. 

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Luis Pato Espumante

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Luís Pato has been making wine here since 1980, ten years after his father became the first producer to estate bottle wines after the Bairrada DOC was granted.  Taking the technical precision of the New World and the tradition of the Old World to produce wines known all over the world.

A fruity sparkling wine with aromas of tropical and citrus fruits. Following though to the palate, alongside some notes of toasted bread.  Good bubbles, a delicate mousse and great balancing acidity.  Are you a fan of Prosecco?  Try this instead, the same freshness but from Portugal!

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Sivipa Moscatel De Setubal

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SIVIPA is the company name for all the wines produced by the Cordoso family, the vineyards are distributed between siblings and cousins as inheritance from previous generations.  The main winery, Quinta do Piloto is in Palmela and is one of the only few producing Moscatel Roxo as a varietal wine.

Described as an entry-level fortified wine but this is so much more. There’s dried fruit, caramel, spices, florals and especially citrus orange peel. Sensational wine!

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Duckman Bical

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Produced in Barraida using the indigenous Bical grape, this  wine is fermented using only wild yeasts in French oak for around 6 months. It is bottled unfined, unfiltered, and so naturally cloudy, try mixing the sediment prior to pouring for extra textural richness.   Wonderful flavours of apfelstrudel wild herbs, fresh lemon and a fine minerality.  Yummy!

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Quinta dos Roques Tinto

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The leading (small) estate in the Dao revolution. At around 450m, Quinta dos Roques lies in the Dao heartland, just outside Abrunhosa do Mato. 

Luis and Luisa Lourenco lead this family estate, producing a wide array of meticulously assembled wines, where both traditional blending, and varietal offerings both excel. The Touriga Nacional here is often cited as Portugal’s finest, while Quinta dos Roques Encruzado is regularly rated as one of the country’s leading dry white wines.

Here we have the classic red from this prestigious Dao estate. Touriga makes up about half the blend, with other varietals also from block-planted vineyards at the property. Aged in French oak for 10 months. That Touriga component contributes the mulberry fruit character which characterises Roques Tinto, but as with classic Dao blends, this is more than a sum of its parts.

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Barbeito Rainwater 5 Year Old Reserva Madeira

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Shipped by Sail from Madeira! 

Barbeito are one of the smallest Madeira Wine producers, only founded in 1946 but have an extraordinary reputation.  Ricardo, the founder’s grandson took over in the ‘90’s, reinventing the traditional wines and techniques.  He was the first to bottle Madeira wine without adding caramel and has also bottled from a single cask, which was once a traditional way.

Recreating the classic style of Rainwater, medium dry in character.  Dried fruit, orange blossom and crystallized fruit aromas with a soft yet full bodied palate and a long minerally finish.  An excellent aperitif, but also wonderful with French Onion Soup, Welsh Rarebit, cheeseboard, mushroom dishes, and game terrine.

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Barbeito Malvasia 5 Year Old Reserva Madeira

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Barbeito are one of the smallest Madeira Wine producers, only founded in 1946 but has an extraordinary reputation.  Ricardo, the founder’s grandson took over in the ‘90’s, reinventing the traditional wines and techniques.  He was the first to bottle Madeira wine without adding caramel and has also bottled from a single cask, which was once a traditional way.

Aromas of toasted almonds, honey and hints of smoke.  Lightly caramelized fruits bring a freshness on the palate.  A sweet wine, but with great balancing acidity.  This really complements desserts with caramel, dried fruits and toffee.

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Vinha do Mouro Tinto

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Quinta do Mouro was chosen as Alentejo’s Best Wine Producer in 2015 by Wine Magazine. That same year,  in The Wine Advocate, Mark Squires wrote ‘All the tastings that I had in Alentejo lead me to one conclusion: Quinta do Mouro is the best winemaker of the region. You can’t ignore it’

This is a seriously good wine, flavours of fresh and perfectly ripe red and black berries and spice. On the palate it shows good structure, fruit and light tannins with well integrated acidity that gives it a fresh and vibrant finish.

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Casal Figueira Adiado Tinto

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Marta Soares is the pioneering wine maker at Casal Figueria, a project started by her late husband, Antonio.  With 13 hectares of vineyards in Vermelha, just 80km north of Lisbon, they found centuries old vines of Vital and Castelão scattered in the slopes of the Serra de Montejunto.  An artist herself, Marta combines art and wine in the vineyard and the labels.  The local village’s tradition of making chalk drawings on people’s houses to celebrate Epiphany are the inspiration of many of the bottle labels.

Ultra low intervention expression of a once common variety.  Castelao brings real crunch and zip of fresh berry fruit, with a slightly sour, red cherry acidity, wrapped in an earthy blanket. Drink with charcuterie and any pork dishes.  It works great chilled as well!

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Soalheiro Alvarinho Vinho Verde

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Monção and Melgaço, the most northern region of Portugal, is protected by mountains that form a unique microclimate.  This is a simply outstanding Alvarinho.  Fresh tropical fruits and mineral notes on the palate that balance the acidity.  Having shellfish, look no further!

 

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Fitapreta Touriga Vai Nua

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Antonio Macanita is the winemaker at Fitapreta in Alto Alentejo and he is winning awards left, right and centre.  Despite this, he is very adventurous in his wine making, being likened to some of our favourite South African producers, Pieter Walser or Adi Badenhorst.  Having trained at top wineries in Napa Valley, Bordeaux and Australia, he’s settled in Portugal making great wines in largely forgotton territories with indiginous grapes.

Translating as ‘Touriga in the nude’, this is 100% Touriga Nacional grapes; unoaked to allow an abundudance of bright red fruits to shine – raspberry and redcurrant dominate the nose and palate.  This is a big, bold and complex wine that is utterly delicious.

Great to pair with pan fried fish, pasta with a tomato based sauce, roasted vegetable dishes and traditional paella.

 

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Impeceval

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A wonderful, fresh, fruit-focussed expression of Touriga Nacional from the highlands of the Dao. Made without oak influence to maintain purity, it’s juicy and fruity, with lovely, soft tannin to add a little grip and interest.

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Raza Pet Nat Rose

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Quinta Da Raza is perfectly located in the interior of the Minho region, benefitting from great sun exposure but gets some moderating influence from the Tamega River.  Preserving traditional wine making techniques as well as promoting biodiversity and natural balance.

This is a refreshing rose fizz packed full of red berry fruits including strawberries and raspberries with a hint of hedgerow berries.  The natural sediment makes the wine cloudy but that’s where all the flavour is!

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Eirados LBV Port

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A fresh and approachable style of Port from Eirados, made from hand picked grapes.  Intense plum, redcurrants and a little spice.

Quinta Santa Eufémia is a family company that has been producing Port & Douro wines since 1864. Located in the Douro region of Baixo and Cima Corgo on the left side of the river Douro at an altitude about 300m above sea level, the estate continues to be managed by the Carvalho family. 

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Gorro Loureiro Vinho Verde

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Vinho Verde taken to the next level.  Quite rich and scented with both fresh and cooked apple, apricots with thyme and a floral, honeyed palate with that unmistakeable Vinho Verde acidity and lively, long finish.

So much concentration and ‘oomph’ for a wine of 12.5%! It’s a worthy partner to a great array of dishes including spice and sweet and sour flavours. Goan fish curry, confit trout, mussels in a Thai broth – endless possibilities!

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Raza Pet Nat

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Quinta Da Raza is perfectly located in the interior of the Minho region, benefitting from great sun exposure but gets some moderating influence from the Tamega River.  Preserving traditional wine making techniques as well as promoting biodiversity and natural balance.

A wonderful expression of this single variety.  A refreshing slightly fizzy wine with lots of bright citrus fruit and floral aromatics.  Bready lees notes give texture and weight, balanced by minerality.  Natural sediment adds complexity but also makes the wine slightly cloudy.

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Raza Tinto Nat

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Quinta Da Raza is perfectly located in the interior of the Minho region, benefitting from great sun exposure but gets some moderating influence from the Tamega River.  Preserving traditional wine making techniques as well as promoting biodiversity and natural balance.

This expression of Vinhão could not be more authentic!  Packed with lots of black fruits, this is clean and fresh with a fantastic colour.  Chill it down, drink on it’s own or with grilled (BBQ!) meats.

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Soalheiro Granit Alvarinho

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The Soalheiro Granit is all about minerality. It offers less fruit and more acidity, revealing an unusual style of Alvarinho from the mountains.  Its elegance and crisp texture make this a great foodie wine.

Made from Alvarinho grapes from a specific selection of small vineyards planted in granitic soil. These vineyards lie at around 400 meters in altitude in the sub-region of Monção and Melgaço. As the vineyard placement increases in altitude, the fruity characteristics of Alvarinho give way to more acidity and mineral notes. 

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Saroto Tinto

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Saroto Tinto is made from a small, old, field-blend parcel comprised of old-fashioned red and white Douro varieties. The resultant wine is full of wild forest fruit, lots of berries with a kick of natural sourness. Plenty of fresh acidity adds juiciness and balances the rustic, grippy tannins, making for quite a light red. Earthy minerality adds extra complexity and the finish is long and moreish.

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Saroto Branco

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Arribas Wine Company was founded in 2017, in Bemposta, Mogadouro. They produce authentic wines, based on regional varieties, old vineyards and traditional techniques.  They farm their vineyards as sustainably and respectfully as possible, and make wines in a minimalistic way.

This old-vine field blend contains Verdelho, Malvasia, Posto Branco, and Bastardo Branco, amongst others. Barrel fermented for 7 months and with very hands-off winemaking.

A rich and textural wine full of complexity and nuance. Natural acidity keeps the balance through the palate. A very gastronomic white and absolutely delicious.

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Meandro Finest Reserve Port

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A fantastic example of single estate port wine. Traditionally made using foot-treading in granit lagars before fortification. They vinify by parcel and grape variety, before ageing for a short period in large, old oak. The final wine is an expert blend from across different parcels and vintages, bringing together grape varieties and soil-types to fully represent the character of the whole estate.

Its dark, concentrated fruit character comes from perfectly ripe grapes grown in the warmer Douro Superior. There’s some greener, stalky, herbaceous notes, plus lovely spice and warmth from oak. The sweetness is balanced by fresh acidity so there’s nothing too sticky, and the gentle foot treading leads to soft, fine tannin, and a velvety texture.

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Soalheiro Mineral Rose

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Soalheiro Mineral Rosé comes from a desire to craft a rosé in the light, dry style of southern France. This style is not common in Minho, and with this wine they hope to show the versatility of their Terroir. The wine owes its persistence to Pinot Noir and its elegance to Alvarinho. Soalheiro Mineral Rosé boasts minerality and a moderate alcohol content, without the intense sweetness often associated with rosés. It is the perfect companion for any occasion- by itself, at the bar, before and after a meal, or paired with the main course.

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