Portugal

Portugal’s individuality is both its unique selling point and the reason it continues to suffer from a lack of consumer awareness of the quality of its wines. A country replete with indigenous grape varieties and some of the world’s most interesting blended wines, Portugal has long shunned the adoption of international varieties. The wines therefore defy imitation and possess an incredible sense of place.

In the granitic riverbanks of Douro, Tinta Roriz, or Tempranillo, produces wines which range from light-bodied and fruity to rich, meaty and complex. Touriga Franca and Touriga Nacional, grapes famously used in the production of Port, produce robust, herbal reds with velvety tannins and ripe red fruit. Further south the vast vineyards of rural Alentejo are our latest area of discovery where the purity and balance of both the red and whites have been of great delight.

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  1. Quinta da Lixa, Vinho Verde

    A lip-smackingly delicious Vinho Verde, with aromas of apple and grapefruit alongside herbal notes. The palate is medium-bodied and refreshing, with the classic touch of spritz.

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    £8.95
  2. Quinta Do Crasto, Vintage Port

    Shows intense berry fruit aromas and a full-bodied structure, with plenty of grip. Learn More

    £34.00
  3. Artolas Red, Vidigal

    Bright ruby colour with a mature bouquet. Red cherries, plums and spice abound from this medium bodied beauty. This would be great with a light mid-week supper or perfect for quaffing at a party.

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    £7.95
  4. Quinta Do Crasto, Late Bottled Vintage Port

    Fine dark colour, ripe and mouth filling and rounded off by sweet finish. Learn More

    £16.95
  5. Magnum of Quinta Do Crasto, Douro Superior

    Beautifully perfumed fruit and spice aromas, reminiscent of the great Château Cos d'Estournel.

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    £39.50
  6. Quinta Do Crasto, Vinha Maria Teresa

    A very special wine that is only made in outstanding vintages from an historic south-facing vineyard planted with at least 49 vine varieties. Learn More

    £130.00
  7. Quinta Do Crasto, Tinta Roriz 2012

    Perhaps the most refined and classic of the vintages, this displays wonderful savour and complexity. Learn More

    £45.00
  8. O Abanico Red Reserva, Casa da Passarella

    Full bodied, ripe red fruit with notes of cocoa and sweet spices. Learn More

    £14.95
  9. Quinta Do Crasto, Douro White

    This is a fresh, tasty white wine from one of Portugal's leading wine producers of the Douro valley. Learn More

    £11.95
  10. A Descoberta White, Casa da Passarella

    This is a bright, elegant, unusual, new-generation, Portugese wine. Learn More

    £10.75
  11. Quinta Do Crasto Syrah, Douro

    Attractive beginning leading to compact wine of great volume and structure, with fresh, velvety-textured tannins and fine acidity. Learn More

    £22.00
  12. Ribafreixo, Pato Frio Cashmere Rosé

    Crisp, fresh and bone dry, with beautifully creamy texture and fresh English strawberries on the finish. Learn More

    £10.75
  13. Plansel Selecta Reserva

    Dark garnet with floral notes reminiscent of violets and orange blossom. Wild dark fruits with a hint of spice on the palate. Learn More

    £13.95
  14. Reserva Branco, Esporao

    Intense aromas of orange peel and apricot with subtle notes of toast and smoke from barrel fermentation. The complex, creamy and well balanced palate shows full fruit flavours and mineral notes with a long and fresh finish.

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    £15.95
  15. Quinta Do Crasto, Vintage Port (half bottle)

    Showing intense berry fruit aromas and a full-bodied structure, with plenty of grip. Learn More

    £18.50
  16. PE Branco, Herdade do Esporao,

    Pale golden colour. The bouquet is subtle with aromas of citrus and stone fruits. Dry on the palate, well-balanced, with good texture and a pleasant finish. Works well with grilled fish or shellfish.

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    £7.75
  17. Quinta Do Crasto, Douro Red

    This is a very well made, moreish wine that you can enjoy with lamb or other seasonal Spring dishes. Learn More

    £11.95
  18. Artolas White, Vidigal

    Refreshing nose of tropical fruit and citrus notes, with emphasis on the passionfruit character. The palate is bright with mineral notes and has a long, lemony finish.

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    £7.95
  19. Quinta Do Crasto, Douro Superior

    Beautifully perfumed fruit and spice aromas, reminiscent of the great Château Cos d'Estournel. Learn More

    £15.95
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