A dry crisp, refreshing wine with a full fruit flavour and good body. Only premium quality grapes are used and this is shown by the combination of delicate aroma, delicious apple and grapefruit and a lively citrus finish.
This white blend comes from relatively high-altitude vineyards above the river Douro. Bright lemon in colour. On the nose, intense floral aromas stand out, as well as citrus fruits, tropical fruits, white stone fruits and light asparagus aromas. It has lively acidity which is well integrated on the palate.
An easy drinking and full bodied wine from Portugal, which has delicious soft fruit flavours of raspberries and redcurrants. The wine is made from selected Portuguese grapes with the addition of Shiraz and this is evident from the superb balance between smooth, ripe fruit and youthful freshness.
This Portugese wine from the Carvalhais team in the Dao region has lively, compelling aromas of strawberries, blackberries and plums combined with balsamic nuances. It is medium-bodied, with round tannins and a balanced, lively acidity, which make this an extremely appealing wine that can be served as an aperitif or with main courses.
Vega eminates from the steep terraced vineyards of the Douro Valley (home to the great Port houses) and is a sturdy table wine blended from three of the region`s best varieties, Touriga Nacional and Touriga Franca and Tinta Roriz. It is rich with plum, cherry and mineral elements and complex with a firm grip of tannins, typical of the region.
You can now enjoy a refreshing Port and Tonic Cocktail on the go from the Taylors Port House that first produced a Dry White Port. Taylor's Chip Dry White Port & Tonic Cans are perfect for enjoying at home or alfresco in the park or at the beach with friends and family.
Another tasty number from Alentejo, the Geno Tinto is rich and lively red with lots of red berries, marjoram, and a touch of spice. Partners well with roasted and barbecued meats, and savoury picnic fare.
A charming single varietal Vinho Verde made using Loureiro grapes. A fragrant and expressive wine; Loureiro means `laurel` due to the similar aroma of the berries to the laurel tree. This fresh and zesty wine has notes of honeysuckle, orange blossom, acacia, apple and white peach.
Port Barrel Aged Dark Ale. This is a Dark Ale that fermented with the indigenous flora of the 'Porto da Quinta' DO Portal barrels. Reddish in color, the aroma highlights the acidity tinged with spice notes.
Vinha Grande is the second oldest wine of the Douro Valley (after Barca Velha) and its heritage is noticeable in every sip. Deep ruby in colour. On the nose, this wine showcases intense aromas of blackberry, red cherry and plum alongside floral nuances and savoury notes of balsamic, tobacco box and spice.
Baby Mouchao A blend of Alicante Bouschet, Trincadeira and Aragonez, vinified in Lagares in the traditional way and aged in large wooden vats with a proportion in barrels for 12 months and released after a further 6 months in bottle. A fantastic fruity, full bodied wine with stacks of ripe black fruit and hints of vanilla.
The grapes were partially destemmed before treading by foot in the traditional lagars, a hallmark of Quinta do Infantado wines. Fermentation is long at Infantado, producing drier wines, some of the wine was aged in tank and some in oak barrel of various sizes and ages.
This wine has a pale lime-lemony colour. A distinctive mineral nose with hints of graphite and fresh lemons on the background. Juicy and elegant on the palate, showing fresh citrus flavours in a long and refreshing finish.
A wonderfully aromatic Touriga Nacional from the Dao region. Ruby-red in colour with intense aromas of ripe red and black fruits, with floral and herbal notes that give the wine freshness, and subtle oaky flavours from time spent ageing in barrel.
Mouchao Alentejo red from the terrific 2013 vintage is made from Alicante Bouschet and Trincadeira. These wines are traditionally foot trodden and fermented in lagares, 2-3 years in large wooden vats and then 2-3 years in bottle before release.
From the historic producer Casa Ferreirinha, the wine is made at the modern winery at Quinta da Leda in the Douro Valley. Very deep ruby in colour. Its intense and complex aromas include notes of red and black berries, balsamic hints, resin and cedar wood.
A nose of lush raspberry and blackberry, with a note of pine forest and dried herbs. Austure and rustic in the mouth, yet with elegance and delicate nature. Firm tannins balanced by acidity underlining the wine's juicy texture.
Top selection from Mouchao with very limited release and allocation, it is only made in years of exceptional quality and and chosen from the best parcels of Alicante Bouschet in the Carapetos vineyard. Crushed by foot and after fermentation in the lagares it is aged in in two wooden vats numbered 3 and 4 for 24 months.