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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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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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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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Cintila Red, Península de Setúbal

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Cintila is made at the Cooperativa Santo Isidro de Pegoes, founded in 1958. The cooperative is made up of 140 winegrowers and has access to over 1,100 hectares of vineyard located in the Terras do Sado area of the Setubal Peninsula. This coastal area benefits from mineral-rich sandy soils and cooling Atlantic winds.

A rich, raspberry and violet scented wine made from the Castelão grape. Red berries prevail on the palate while young, with spicy nuances developing with age. Medium-bodied, with soft tannins and an easy drinking finish.

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Casa De Vilacetinho Vinho Verde

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Casa De Vilacetinho is one of the oldest brands of the region, once being part of a large Benedictine Monastery.  Overlooking the River Duoro with south facing slopes, it is one of the most prosperous terroirs in the region.  

A light, crisp Vinho Verde with white fruit aromas ranging from the orchard to more tropical fruit flavours.  With a slight spritz, this is the perfect summer drink and only 10.5%.

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NiePOoRTland Dry White Rabbit Port Half Bottle

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Niepoort have been making wines and ports in the Duoro Valley since 1842, the business being passed through five generations.  For the White Rabbit Dry White, grapes are left on the skin for some time, before the addition of pure grape brandy after fermentation.  It is aged for at least 3.5 years in small old oak casks.

White Rabbit Dry White Port has aromas of nuts and almonds which follow through to the palate balanced with lemon and citrus notes.  Best served chilled as an aperitif or as a long drink with Tonic Water, ice and a twist of lemon.  A smaller bottle that’s perfect for just a little tipple!

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NiePOoRTland Tawny Dee Port Half Bottle

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Niepoort have been making wines and ports in the Duoro Valley since 1842, the business being passed through five generations.  The Tawny Dee originates from low-yielding vineyards in Cima Corgo region of Douro Valley with an average age of three and a half years

Tawny Dee is very well balanced with youthful fruity flavours and complex hints of dried stone fruits and delicate nutty aromas.  Drink with nut-based desserts, fruit pies, crème brûlée and non-blue cheeses.  A smaller bottle that’s perfect for just a little tipple!

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NiePOoRTland Ruby Dum Half Bottle

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Niepoort have been making wines and ports in the Duoro Valley since 1842, the business being passed through five generations.  The Ruby half of the Niepoort ‘twins’ is a classic rich Ruby, with assertive bright primary fruit. 

Ruby Dum retains its youthful, strong character, dominated by red cherries and plums with great freshness from ageing in large wooden vats in the cool cellars of Vila Nova de Gaia.  Pairing well with dark chocolate desserts, cheddar, gouda and brie cheeses.  A smaller bottle that’s perfect for just a little tipple!

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Ciconia 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.

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.

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Quinta Do Correio Tinto

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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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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 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 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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Casa de Vilacetinho Grande Escolha Vinho Verde

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Casa de Vilacetinho is located in Alpendurada overlooking the River Douro and covers an estate with 30 hectares of vineyards which develop in a continuous and ordered manner in soils of granitic nature, with a predominantly South sun exposure, making it one of the most prosperous locales of the region set to the production of ‘Vinho Verde’.

Citrus aromas lead to slight plum and peach with some tropical fruit and minerality on the palate.

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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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Portocarro Autocarro No 27

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Herdade Do Portocarro is a project located on the border of Peninsula De Setubal and Alentejo regions.  The aim is to produce the finest wines in limited and exclusive quantities for wine lovers to enjoy the quality.  Typically the wines are tense and earthy, but also have a freshness and elegance to them.

A young rebel!  A woodland like nose, that opens up with time into plums and dark chocolate.  There is intensity and a freshness on the palate showing the terroir with flavours of coffee, chocolate and also some mint.  A foody wine, best with some roast pork and many traditional home cooked meals.

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Portocarro Autocarro 38

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Herdade Do Portocarro is a project located on the border of Peninsula De Setubal and Alentejo regions.  The aim is to produce the finest wines in limited and exclusive quantities for wine lovers to enjoy the quality.  Typically the wines are tense and earthy, but also have a freshness and elegance to them.

An excellent entry level dry white, fresh green apples, subtle floral notes and white fruits.

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Niepoort LBV Port Half Bottle

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Niepoort have been making wines and ports in the Duoro Valley since 1842, the business being passed through five generations.  Ancient vines, hand picked and 100% foot trodden and fermented in the circular granite lagares at Vale de Mendiz.  This wine ages 4-6 years in large old oak vats (opposed to Vintage, that ages 2-3 years). LBV fills the gap between the rubies and the vintage ports since a Ruby Port should be drunk quite young and a great Vintage Port may need 15 to 20 years to really open up and show its splendour.

Lots of fruit characters, mainly forest fruits with dark chocolate aromas and a slight spicy note, someacidity provides a great freshness.  Drinking beautifully now but this will also benefit from cellaring for a couple of decades.  This pairs well with chocolate desserts, cheddar and brie cheese as well as rich red meats or game.  A smaller bottle that’s perfect for just a little tipple!

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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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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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Niepoort Drink Me Branco

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Niepoort are known for their fantastic selection of Port but have also been making wine for many years.  The Drink Me range of wines are made for everyday drinking, sharing with friends and having fun.  The artwork is done by Regina Pessoa, a portuguese animation artist who has taken inspiration from Alice In Wonderland (seemingly a favourite for the makers at Niepoort).

Drink Me Branco is fresh and delicate in aroma, and decidedly mineral. On the palate, it is appealing and very elegant, with good acidity, fresh and refreshing. A very balanced white, with presence but not too strong. Perfect for enjoying with friends at a BBQ, round the fire or any occasion.

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Terra D’Alter Alfrocheiro ‘Alf’

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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.

Known as the ‘Pinot of Portugal’, the Alfrocheiro grape is a unique variety producing wines of elegant structure, spicy fruit flavours and rich tannins.

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Terra D’Alter ‘Arg’ Zero Sulphur Aragonez

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Terra d’Alter is a winery in the Alto Alentejo region knwon 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.

Portuguese tempranillo, with aromas of wild strawberries and spicy vanilla.  This is completely sulphur free.  Sulphites are usually added to help preserve the freshness of the wine, however more and more wine makers are not adding these to show off the purity of fruit.  Some people also claim its the sulphites that give you the headache!

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Quintas do Homem Vale do Homem Alvarinho

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Quintas Do Homem is very much a family affair.  Meaning ‘Man’s farm’, the vines are tended to by father and son team, Nuno and Antonio.  Nuno’s mother cooks up delicious traditional Portuguese dishes for visitors and resident winemaker Ana has been adopted into the family.  

Some skin contact and lees stirring results in lush flavours of stone fruit, blossom and lemon  with a complex minerality leaving a vibrant finish.  A superb wine for any seafood dish.

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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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Barbeito Boal 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.

A medium sweet wine with aromas of dried fruit, honey and floral notes.  It has a slight smokiness on the palate yet finishes fresh and tangy.  Delightful on its own, but partners very well with semi-sweet dishes (such as poached figs, ginger cake), and can be very successful with a cheeseboard. 

 

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Niepoort Drink Me Tinto

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Niepoort are known for their fantastic selection of Port but have also been making wine for many years.  The Drink Me range of wines are made for everyday drinking, sharing with friends and having fun.  The artwork is done by Regina Pessoa, a portuguese animation artist who has taken inspiration from Alice In Wonderland (seemingly a favourite for the makers at Niepoort).

A great Douro blend expressing crunchy red fruit, with depth and freshness. On the palate, it is more elegant than the previous edition, with a markedly mineral profile. With a superb drinkability owing to its balance and elegance, this wine very much exhibits the uncomplicated style that Niepoort set out to achieve.

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Barbeito Rainwater 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.

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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8 Bagos Branco

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Lavradores De Feitoria are a collective of small producers that got together in 2000 to bring financial stability to the Douro Valley that’s gaining in popularity.  They have since been creaing wines of great complexity and elegance that allow them to compete against the ‘giants’ of the region.

The 8 Bagos wines (meaning 8 berries) showcase what is fantastic about the Douro region. They are made from 8 grape varieties, from 8 vineyards, across the Douro. A true representation of the region as a whole. The Branco is crisp and fresh, ripe fruited and mineral.

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Quinta da Raza Vinhão

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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 red Vinho Verde, with a slight effervesence – something a bit different. Vinhão provides super deep colour, and a very fresh and lively character to the wild fruits flavours of the wine.  Pair with meatier, inland cuisine such as pork casseroles and chorizo based dishes.

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Quinta Da Raza Avesso

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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.

Quinta da Raza have produced a wonderful varietal Avesso. It has classic citrus fruit and a little weight from some time on lees.  It has some aging potential, gaining complexity and volume.  Drink with light dishes, fish and Asian cuisine.

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Ramilo Tinto

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Ramilo Family Wines are a fourth generation winery that strongly believe their future is in their ancestors’ roots, hidden in the Lizandro River slopes and in the sandy properties of Colares, among the terraces and ancient stone walls of the old family vineyards.  Brothers Nuno & Pedro are now producing wonderful, fresh wines from low-yielding vineyards or indigenous grapes with a strong Atlantic influence.

Ramilo Tinto is a traditionally made Portuguese blend, unfined and unfiltered.  Touriga Nacional and Aragonez provide beautifully ripe, dark berry fruit, but it’s the Castelão that brings this wine to life. Adding acidity, freshness, and bright, slightly sour cherries.   A great accompaniment to red meats or strong flavoured cheese.

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Ramilo Branco

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Ramilo Family Wines are a fourth generation winery that strongly believe their future is in their ancestors’ roots, hidden in the Lizandro River slopes and in the sandy properties of Colares, among the terraces and ancient stone walls of the old family vineyards.  Brothers Nuno & Pedro are now producing wonderful, fresh wines from low-yielding vineyards or indigenous grapes with a strong Atlantic influence.

Ramilo Branco is a great example of expressing terroir and blending knowledge.  The Arinto brings acidity, structure, and citrus vitality, while the Viosinho and Alvarinho bring body, riper fruit, and aromatic elegance.  Atlantic influences the local climate and leaves the wine with a slightly savoury salinity and pithiness to the finish, which balances things and makes it very food friendly.

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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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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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Ancestra Branco Fitapreta

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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.

The Ancestra Branco was made to showcase the original white grape varieties of Alentejo and their pure aromas and flavours.  Intense citrus, minerality yet medium bodied with persistant fruit leading to the finish.  Pair this with summer dishes such as grilled fish, fresh seafood and chicken salads.

 

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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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Portocarro Manda Chuva

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Herdade Do Portocarro is located on the Peninsula De Setubal, south of Lisbon.  This is a blanc de noir, made from pressed Sangiovese grapes, then fermented in oak and stainless steel. 

A really different and interesting wine.  Fresh, minerally, fruity, zesty.  Grapefruit and orange flavours with a little lime and salt.  A great match for many foods.

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NiePOoRTland Ruby Dum Port

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Niepoort have been making wines and ports in the Duoro Valley since 1842, the business being passed through five generations.  The Ruby half of the Niepoort ‘twins’ is a classic rich Ruby, with assertive bright primary fruit. 

Wonderful, rich Ruby Port full of cherry and plum flavours.  Fantastic ‘Alice in Wonderland’ inspired labels, it’s even shipped to England by sailing boat!  Pairing well with dark chocolate desserts, cheddar, gouda and brie cheeses.

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