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Portugal is a rising star. Madeira and Port are famous but the rest of Portugal’s traditions are emerging from a much deeper obscurity than neighbouring provincial Spain, with prices currently even less reflective of quality. The steep, dry Douro valley is one of the world’s oldest wine regions, now modernised winemaking harnesses an array of endemic grapes (like Touriga Nacional) and old imports like Tempranillo (here called Tinta Rorizto) to make clean, rich, highly sophisticated reds for very little coin. Atlantic coastal traditions have acclimatised to higher rainfall, with Vinho Verde producing fresh, clean aperitif whites (sometimes spritzy) while other pocketed traditions have even more unique offerings to explore. 

Portugal

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  1. 2014 Symington Altano Douro

    2014 Symington Altano Douro

    90 Points Richard Caro
    Normally $20 this is a superb red from the Symington Portfolio who are more know for their famous port brands such as Grahams and Dows. However over half the Douro Valley is given over to red ...
    Elsewhere up to $19.99 Save $5 $14.99 a bottle
  2. 2014 Quinta de Roriz Prazo de Roriz

    2014 Quinta de Roriz Prazo de Roriz

    90 Points John Caro
    A generous and classy red from Portugal. This blend of local varieties is drinking now and full of character. Dark fruits are sinewy and focused with herbal notes and earthy spices that give ...
    Elsewhere up to $29.99 Save $3 $26.99 a bottle
  3. Dow's Fine Tawny Port

    Dow's Fine Tawny Port

    90 Points Richard Caro
    Dow's is another excellent Port producer from the Symington stable of Ports ...
    Elsewhere up to $44.99 Save $5 $39.99 a bottle
  4. 2014 Prats & Symington Post Scriptum

    2014 Prats & Symington Post Scriptum

    92 Points John Caro
    Elegant and graceful, this Bordeaux-styled red shows Portugal's serious potential. Ripe, concentrated fruit from old vines has been put through intense berry and barrel selection, giving such ...
    Elsewhere up to $44.99 Save $5 $39.99 a bottle
  5. Graham's Fine Tawny Port

    Graham's Fine Tawny Port

    90 Points John Caro
    As with other non-dated Ports, Fine Tawny is a blend of wines from several years. ...
    Elsewhere up to $46.99 Save $5 $41.99 a bottle
  6. 2009 Graham's Late Bottled Vintage

    2009 Graham's Late Bottled Vintage

    91 Points Richard Caro
    Like Vintage Port, LBV is a wine of a single year but it is not a 'declared' Vintage Port. ...
    Elsewhere up to $59.99 Save $6 $53.99 a bottle
  7. Graham's Six Grapes Port

    Graham's Six Grapes Port

    91 Points John Caro
    This could basically be described as a declassified Vintage Port ...
    Elsewhere up to $61.99 Save $5 $56.99 a bottle
  8. Graham's 10yr Old Port

    Graham's 10yr Old Port

    92 Points John Caro
    A blend of older wines and younger wines with an average age of 10 years ...
    Elsewhere up to $79.99 Save $7 $72.99 a bottle
  9. 2014 Prats and Symington Chryseia

    2014 Prats and Symington Chryseia

    94 Points Wine Spectator
    An extraordinary wine and a unique statement, the superb Chryseia brings premium Bordeaux technique to the character and richness of Portugal's distinctive local varieties. Like many ...
    Elsewhere up to $100.00 Save $10 $90.00 a bottle
  10. Graham's 20yr Old Port

    Graham's 20yr Old Port

    Many consider the 20 Year to be the perfect blend of complexity and vibrant fruit when it comes to Aged Tawny. ...
    Elsewhere up to $145.00 Save $18 $127.00 a bottle

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