Portugal has undergone something of a wine revolution in the past couple of decades, updating its winemaking technologies, styles and attitudes. This archetypal Old World country has long been famous for little more than its fortified wines and tart, light Vinho Verde. But it is now attracting a great deal of attention for its new wave of rich, ripe, table wines – particularly reds from the Douro Valley.
2019 La Rosa Branco, Quinta de la Rosa
2016 Dou Rosa, Tinto, Quinta de la Rosa
NV St James's Finest Reserve Port (Berry's Own Selection)