Portuguese Wine

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Portuguese Wine
Next to Spain on the Iberian Peninsula, Portugal maintains an independent wine heritage. Much of the country enjoys a maritime climate, though summer temperatures do get quite warm in the south and east of the country. Even though it has been a trading partner with other nations for centuries, Portugal’s vineyards have evolved in relative isolation, yielding a treasure trove of indigenous grapes that can only be found here. Many of ...more
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2015 Passarola Vinho Branco

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3.7

“Soft, Tropical, Floral”

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2016 Far + Wide Touriga Nacional

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3.9

“Bright, Juicy, Easy Drinking”

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2016 Passarola Red Blend

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4

“Robust, Dark Fruit, Earthy”

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2017 Passarola White Blend

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3.8

“Easy Drinking, Bright Fruit, Floral”

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2017 Passarola Red Wine

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4

“Textured, Dark Fruit, Portuguese”

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2017 Far + Wide Touriga Nacional

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3.9

“Punchy, Brambly, Portuguese”

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Keep Reading About
Portuguese Wine

Starting in the north, right next to each other lie two regions producing wines that couldn’t be more different – Vinho Verde, home of the light, low-alcohol, slightly spritzy white, and the Duoro Valley, from which hails rich, sweet, high-alcohol Port. Duoro also produces dry wines as well, made from the same varietals as their Ports, including Tinta Roriz and Touriga Nacional. Moving further south, the next band of winemaking regions ...more

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