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Portugal has been making very good sparkling wines in the traditional Champagne method for many years. It was originally all focused on the Bairrada region but recently it has been difficult to...

It was not so long ago that the only Madeira wine one could find in the Algarve was the most basic varieties, an essential ingredient in the kitchen when making a nice jus de veau but hardly wines...

Algarve-based company Wine Emotions is hosting its annual ‘Wine, Food & Art Market’ next Saturday afternoon (December 10).

Taking place at the company’s showroom in Mexilhoeira da...

As any regular reader of my column knows, I love Alvarinho, or as it is called over the border in northern Spain, Albariño. The Portuguese proudly consider it to be an indigenous variety, as do...

Cortes de Cima Branco 2015

The story of Cortes de Cima goes back to 1988 when the owners set out in a sailing boat to travel around Europe and find a location to create their own family...

I’m going a bit off-piste this week and, rather than reviewing a wine, my column is dedicated to this month’s 40th anniversary edition of Wine Spectator magazine. Although I do not subscribe to...

Nine Portuguese wines have been featured in a list of the ‘100 Best Buys of 2016’ published by US Wine Enthusiast magazine.

The results place Portugal in the third spot of countries with...

Barranco Longo near Algoz is one of the most successful wineries in the Algarve. In Lisbon and elsewhere in Portugal, often the only Algarve wines to be found on restaurant wine lists are from...

A few weeks ago I featured the rosé from this producer, “Tears of Anima”, which I consider to be the best Portuguese rosé currently on the market. Subsequently, I was discussing this wine and the...

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