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  1. Quinta dos Aciprestes, Douro Red

    From the oldest demarcated wine region in Europe, this red is full-bodied and very lush! On the nose, smooth aromas of plums and dark cherry are followed by subtle notes of vanilla. The palate is rich in flavours, with notes of riped fruits, good structure and a well-balanced finish.
  2. Charamba, Douro Reserva

    This great value Portuguese red pours an attractive garnet colour. The palate has hints of red berries, toffee, black tobacco, as well as some balsamic notes. It’s a full-bodied wine that shows a great balance in the mouth, and a long and pleasant after-taste. This reserve wine has extra richness and concentration with solid tannins, filled out with ripe juicy blackberry fruits and perfumed acidity.
  3. Lagar de Baixo Baga 2012

    100% Baga, Sour cherry and blackberry aroma with a slight vegetal undertone. Delicate, very fragrant with lovely earthiness. Medium in body yet with great concentration of flavour. Not your typical Douro Valley red... very interesting!
  4. Filipa Pato Baga 2015

    Lovely wine! Smokiness on the palate with dark berries and plums and an espresso finish. A very savoury wine.
  5. Rubrica 2012

    Aromas of black berries, spices and mint. On the palate, dark fruits, fine tannins and a fresh acidity. Medium to long finish. Smooth wine!
  6. Quinta Do Noval 2011 Vintage

    A deep violet perfume on the nose, an elegant Port with fresh crushed blackberry and cherry fruits which fill the palate with their juiciness. Silky tannins, quite fluid and long on the mouth. Outstanding!
  7. NOVAL Fine Ruby Port

    A luscious red ruby colour with an intense nose of wild cherries. On the palate, intense dark ripe fruits and lasting length.
  8. Niepoort Tawny

    Lovely aromas of dried apricots and tangerine peel with a hint of nut. Once in the mouth, dried sweet fruits with great structure and a long subtle finish. This is really the benchmark for 10-year-old tawnies.
  9. 1975 Fonseca Vintage Port

    Fonseca was founded in 1822 when Manuel Pedro Guimaraens acquired control of the Fonseca & Monteiro Company. As a condition of the sale, Fonseca insisted his name be retained. Today, Fonseca Guimaraens is still a family wine shipper with David Guimaraens being the 6th generation involved in the industry. Superb complexity of the aromatics, with dried red berry fruit, anise and herbal notes. Concentrated, sweet flavours of dried cherry, espresso and distinct liquorice followed by fine, ripe tannins. Quite lively, yet round - has years of life ahead of it, but the overall balance and palate presence is superior in this vintage Port. Its excellent long and lingering finish is memorable. Drink now to 2030.
  10. Quinta do Romeu, 2011

    A delicious and organic Portugese red with ripe red fruits and floral notes on the nose. Great structure and mouth feel and a palate bursting with fruit. A very well balanced wine with integrated tannins lending a certain elegance.
  11. Doural, Tinto

    Nice aroma of black cherry and a bit of spice. Tasting reveals a nicely balanced, light to medium-bodied wine with tastyspice, cherry, and dark berry supported by good structure.
  12. Monte Da Ravasqueira, Alentejo Tinto

    Ruby colour, intense, complex nose centred on very ripe dark fruits, with a slight touch of the wood in which it aged, fresh and elegant palate and good structure.
  13. Monte de Peceguina, Alentejo Tinto, 1/2 Bottle

    On the nose fresh red fruits and floral notes stand out on a spicy and toasty background. The palate shows good structure and ripe tannins. Fine balance between fruit and oak. The result is a fresh and complex wine with good ageing potential.
  14. Quinta Sa de Baixo, Douro Tinto

    Intense colour, young aroma, elegant taste, well-structured and harmonious. Can be enjoyed straight away to accompany not too spicy food.
  15. Rapariga da Quinta, Alentejo Branco

    Gold green colour. Intense tropical fruit aroma. The palate is rich in fruit, fine, elegant and well balanced acidity.
  16. Segredos de São Miguel, Alentejo Tinto

    Intense aroma of red and black forest fruits, harmoniously combined with floral and toasted notes. Very juicy and fresh wine, with fine acidity and very smooth tannins
  17. Uivo Pt Nat Pinot Noir Folias de Baco

    A beautiful sparkling wine from Portugal by Folias de Baco. Using the Method Ancestral the wine is bottled during fermentation without any added yeasts or sugar. The resulting wine is dry and crisp yet full of character. Lemon and apple notes come through together with some buttery, toasty flavours. An excellent aperitif wine to sip in a warm day!
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