Portugal has a great history of wine making with an abundance of indigenous grape varieties found almost no where else, as well as a wonderfully varied climate and topography.

Like its Iberian neighbour Spain, Portugal has been undergoing something of a quiet revolution over the last twenty years or so. A stubborn mantra not to follow trends by planting international grapes is now paying dividends and the new breed of full-blooded, fruit-forward wines are more than adequate to compete on the world stage. The unique flavours that are the hallmark of Portugal's indigenous grape varieties have become its true, unique selling point and it's about time they were exposed to the masses