Our list includes wines from most of the Portuguese regions.
Each region has some characteristics (such as altitude, soils, proximity to the sea) which makes them special and distinct.
You can choose from delicate and elegant wines from the Dão region to complex, warm and structured wines from the Algarve.
After affirming itself through one of the most famous fortified wines of the world (Port wine), the Douro region produces wines of tremendous class. Typical grape varieties like Touriga Nacional and Tinta Roriz present a violet color with aromas of red fruits and rock rose.
Palato do Côa Reserva
Quinta do Vale Meão
Quinta do Ventozelo Blend
Region surrounded by various mountains (Estrela, Caramulo, Bussaco) which provide protection against the undesired winds. The wines are fresh, elegant and complex with a mineral and granitic character. Floral notes and wild berry aromas are in evidence.
Julia Kemper Biológico
M.O.B. Lote 3
Quinta de Lemos Dona Santana
The region is known for its deep colored tannic red wines. Aromas are fruity when young and more complex with ageing. The grape variety “Baga” results in wines with deep colour and a rich but lean, tannic, high-acid structure, with clear flavours of berries and black plums and hints of coffee, hay, tobacco and smoke. Though often astringent when young, Baga wines can age remarkably well, softening and gaining elegance and a herby, cedary, dried fruit complexity.
LISBOA E TEJO
Red wines are aromatic, elegant, rich in tannins and capable of ageing remarkably well in the bottle.
Conde Vimioso Sommelier Collection
PENÍNSULA DE SETÚBAL
Full-bodied, with intense color and full aroma where red fruits and spices predominate. With ageing they soften, becoming more elegant.
Serra Mãe Reserva
Quinta do Piloto
Dark ruby in colour with intense ripe red fruit aromas and velvety with a light astringency on the palate. They are well balanced, structured and acquire complexity with age. The grape variety “Alicante Bouschet”, brought from the South of France, has found the ideal “terroir” here and flourishes under these conditions.
Vinha do Mouro
Folha do Meio
Julian Reynols Reserva
Quinta do Mouro
With varied soil types and Mediterranean climate influence, these wines are velvety, full bodied, with aromas of spices and red and dark fruits. Moderate use of wood maturation helps to minimize the tannin's and adds complexity to these wines.
Quinta dos Vales Duo
Marquês dos Vales Grace Vineyard
“Wine speaks to all the senses: the eyes behold the color, tone, and shade; the nose, the bouquet, the fingers and lips caress the cool crystal; the ears delight in the subtle swishing of the liquid; the tongue rejoices in the reward of a rich harvest.”
(Mary Lou Posch, wine lover)