Portuguese Wine - $15 - $20 - Under $10
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Giesta Dão 2016
“Portugal is arguably the most exciting wine place on the planet today,” says Wine Spectator. And Nuno Cancela de Abreu’s succulent blend of the country’s exciting native grapes explains the hype. Don’t miss this acclaimed exclusive.
Al-Ria Tinto 2018
The talented Diogo Sepúlveda makes this sumptuous award-winner with Touriga Nacional and Syrah from the Algarve (Portugal’s southern seaside). And with its huge flavors, history of acclaim, and major value, it punches WELL above its weight.
Stones & Bones Reserva 2017
This limited-edition release of Stones & Bones (one of our most popular Portuguese reds) is packed with layers of dark fruit and accents of vanilla and spice, thanks to 12 months’ aging in fine oak barrels. A really special treat – don’t miss it!
Morgadio de Mora Reserva 2015
From the personal cellars of Portugal’s Winemaker of the Year, Carlos Lucas, comes this intensely fruited, spice-laden red from the sun-drenched Alentejo region. A big red lover’s dream, this is rich, beautifully structured – and a stunning deal.
Valcatrina Tinto 2018
With a double-gold medal, FOUR international golds, and a slew of other big awards, this incredibly rich red is what we like to call a mega value – just wait till you see the price. A can’t-miss-it release from top producer Casa Santos Lima.
Baronesa de Vilar Touriga Nacional 2016
From one of Portugal’s most renowned families (and a 15th-generation winemaker) comes this rich, barrel-aged find. Originally famous for Port, the Douro is now home to the country’s finest dry reds. This one features its star grape, Touriga Nacional.
Aluado Alicante Bouschet Reserva 2017
Thanks to the huge popularity (and critical acclaim) of his regular Aluado and the stunning quality of the 2017 vintage, Portuguese star José Neiva was inspired to make a rare, ultra-rich Reserva using his best, most intensely flavored grapes.