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Portugal

Aveleda Fonte

Aveleda Vinho Verde is a perfect reflection of the character of the Vinho Verde wine region: citrus colour, young and balanced, with a smooth and delicate bouquet, revealing hints of fresh fruit. In the mouth, fresh and vibrant. Grape varieties – Loureiro, Trajadura, Arinto. Serving Suggestion This wine should be cooled to a temperature between […]

Casal Garcia White

Casal Garcia White Presents a pale citrine color. This is a smooth and fresh wine with a delicate and fruity aroma, young and balanced. This wine is ideal as an appetizer or with a meal. It pairs especially well with oriental cuisine, light fish dishes and fresh salads. Due to its freshness it is particularly […]

Casal Garcia Rose

Casal Garcia Rose Presents fresh pink color and a clear appearance. This is a very fruity wine enhanced by notes of raspberries and strawberries. On the palate the red berries aroma is also evident, well balanced with a nice acidity which characterizes this wine with great freshness, a solid structure and a harmonious final with […]

Charamba Douro Tinto

Charamba Douro This two-time winner is yet more proof that Portugal is among the best countries in the world for wine value. Produced by Aveleda— responsible for quite a few Wine Trials winners in our three editions— this wine is made up of many of the same grape varieties that compose Port. Rather than being […]

Monte Velho Vinho Regional Alentejano

Monte Velho Vinho Regional Alentejano Alentejo hot summers make ripening easy, and sweet grapes mean rich fruit and lots of body. Alentejo reds are made from a variable blend of grape varieties, including Trincadeira and Aragonez, Alicante Bouschet and Syrah, Touriga Nacional and Cabernet Sauvignon. They may be inexpensive, rich, round and full, or very […]

Pavao Vinho Verde

Pavao Vinho Verde The cool, hilly, verdant north west of Portugal is the main source of a unique style of white wine with lowest alcohol and high, fresh acidity: Vinho Verde (vinho verde, ‘green wine’, and means ‘young wine’). Many also have a slight prickle of fizz, once a remnant of the carbon dioxide of […]