Português Red wine

Portugal is a great source of fantastic values in wine for several reasons: The country is virtually carpeted with vineyards full of ancient vines with scores of wonderful indigenous varieties. Many of them are already familiar to you as they are used to make Porto, the great after dinner elixir of civilized living but also make the DRY versions we present here. Portugal has the lowest cost of production in the EU. Brits and Brasileiros aside, most of the world overlooks them so there is less competition in buying them for you.

Our Famous 20/20 Night

20/20 Night: Sample 20 diverse wines, just $20 Per Person! Every Monday and Thursday evening, 5pm to close. Fizz 1) Anna Spinato Prosecco Extra Dry, Veneto Italy  $7 glass 100% Glera, Charmat: Softer on the palate, slightly less pressure, almost too easy to drink. 2) Grandial Brut Blanc de Blancs, France  $7 glass Charmat process, bone dry, refeshing, afforable… 3) Cà dei Mandorli Brut Rosé, Piemonte Italy  $8 glass 100% Brachetto vinified DRY and with slightly less pressure than most sparklers. 4)...

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Português Red Wines

Português Grape Primer   Castelão One of the typical Estremadura region varieties and one of the most grown in Portugal (also known as Periquita). With a small bunch and small dark skinned berries, this variety allows the production of fruity wines (showing wild berry aromas), very smooth and well balanced and with good ageing potential.   Preto Martinho This almost extinct and very local variety is characterized by an average, compact bunch with dark coloured berries. Its wines have young and floral...

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