Portuguese Wine

With its strong historical links, including the world’s oldest treaty dating back to 1373, it comes as little surprise that Britain has played a key role in the development of Portugal’s wine. This is most obvious with Port and Madeira, fortified wines that fuelled the British Empire. But in the 21st century Portugal’s red wines from regions like the Douro are proving ever better purchases, whilst Alvarinho from the north of the country will suit anyone searching for characterful dry whites.


Our Portuguese Wines

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  • Sweet | Red | Fortified | 20%
    1882 Ne Oublie, W & J Graham's

    Critic score
    100/100

    Maturity
    Ready

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    • Bottle
      £4,510.00
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      Not available
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  • Sweet | Red | Fortified
    2012 Quinta do Vesuvio, Symington

    Maturity
    Young 2025 - 2050

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    Case, 6 Bottles
    • Bottle
      £51.70
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      Not available
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  • Sweet | Red | Fortified
    2003 Taylor's

    Maturity
    Ready 2013 - 2040

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    • Bottle
      £99.00
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      Not available
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  • Sweet | Red | Fortified | 19.5%
    2001 Nacional, Quinta do Noval

    Maturity
    Ready 2017 - 2040

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    Case, 1 Bottle - 75cl
    • Bottle
      £900.00
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      Not available
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  • Sweet | Red | Fortified
    2000 Graham's

    Maturity
    Ready 2012 - 2040

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    • Bottle
      £69.40
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      Not available
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