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Portugal Red Wine

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Discover the rich heritage of Portugal Red Wine on our curated collection page. From the robust and fruity Vinho Verde to the complex and structured Douro reds, each bottle offers a unique taste of Portugal's diverse terroirs. Ideal for wine enthusiasts looking to explore beyond the common selections, shop now and indulge in the bold flavors and traditional craftsmanship of Portuguese red wines.


  • Quinta do Vallado Douro Tinto 2021

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    $42.63
    or $40.50 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Passarella ‘A Descoberta’ Tinto 2022

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    $31.00
    or $29.45 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Quinta do Ameal Loureiro Blanco 2020

    $46.50
    or $44.18 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Quinta do Vallado Touriga Nacional 2021

    $77.50
    or $73.63 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Niepoort ‘Vertente’ Tinta Amarela Blend 2018

    $69.75
    or $66.26 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Wine & Soul Pintas Character Tinto 2021

    $80.99
    or $76.94 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Wine & Soul Manoella Tinto 375ml 2021

    $29.99
    or $28.49 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Wine & Soul Manoella Tinto 2021

    $47.99
    or $45.59 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Herdade de Rocim ‘Mariana’ Tinto 2021

    $31.00
    or $29.45 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Wine & Soul Quinta do Manoella VV Tinto 2020

    $269.93
    or $256.43 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Wine & Soul PINTAS Tinto 2020

    $309.92
    or $294.42 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Quinta De Chocapalha Mar de Lisboa Tinto 2020

    $25.99
    or $24.69 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Frasqueiras Pereira D’Oliveiras Verdelho Medium Dry 1989

    $426.25
    or $404.94 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Niepoort ‘Charme’ Touriga Franca Blend 2018

    $232.50
    or $220.88 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Niepoort ‘Batuta’ Tinta Amarela Blend 2010

    $232.50
    or $220.88 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Niepoort ‘Redoma’ Tinta Amarela Blend 2019

    $131.75
    or $125.16 in case of 6 bottles.
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Portugal is renowned for its exceptional diversity of red wines, each reflecting the unique landscapes and climates of its regions. Beyond the famous Port wine, typically associated with Portugal, the country offers a rich array of still red wines that are gaining international acclaim. Key regions include Douro, Dão, and Portugal is renowned for its exceptional diversity of red wines, each reflecting the unique landscapes and climates of its regions. Beyond the famous Port wine, typically associated with Portugal, the country offers a rich array of still red wines that are gaining international acclaim. Key regions include Douro, Dão, and Alentejo, where traditional grape varieties such as Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz, and Trincadeira are cultivated. Douro Valley, originally famed for Port wine, also produces superb non-fortified reds that are notable for their depth and complexity. Dão wines are known for their elegance and balance, often compared to Burgundy for their structured finesse. Alentejo, with its warmer climate, yields robust and fruity wines with a pleasant softness that appeals to a broad audience. These wines, while rich in heritage, are also modern in style, making Portuguese reds versatile enough to suit a wide range of palates and occasions. Their increasing popularity underscores Portugal's rising status as a producer of world-class red wines. read more... less

Frequently Asked Questions

Which wine regions make the best Portugal Red Wine?

The best Portuguese red wines come from several key regions, each known for its unique contributions to the quality and style of the wines produced: Douro Valley: Famous globally for its Port wines, the Douro Valley also produces exceptional non-fortified red wines. The region’s steep terraced vineyards along the Douro River are ideal for viticulture, with hot summers and harsh winters that stress the vines, resulting in more intense and concentrated wines. Dão: Known for producing some of the most elegant and balanced reds in Portugal, Dão’s granitic soils and high altitude contribute to the acidity and freshness of its wines. The region primarily uses Touriga Nacional, which produces sophisticated wines with great aging potential. Alentejo: Characterized by its rolling hills and hot climate, Alentejo produces full-bodied and rich red wines that are typically softer and more fruit-forward. The wines from this region are very popular for their immediate drinkability and smooth profiles.

What are the most popular Portugal Red Wines?

Among the most popular Portuguese red wines are those from producers like Esporão and Quinta do Crasto. Esporão, located in Alentejo, is known for its reliable quality and modern winemaking techniques, producing accessible wines that consistently receive high ratings. Quinta do Crasto produces some of the most acclaimed red wines in the Douro Valley, with their Reserva and single-vineyard wines offering complexity and a strong sense of place.

What are the best value Portugal Red Wines?

For excellent value, look to the wines of regions like Tejo and Lisboa, which offer high-quality wines at more accessible price points. Producers such as Quinta da Alorna and Casa Santos Lima are known for delivering exceptional value, making robust and flavorful reds that over-deliver for their price, offering a taste of Portuguese quality without the premium cost.

What are the foods best paired with Portugal Red Wine?

Portuguese red wines are incredibly versatile in food pairings. The robust and structured reds from Douro and Dão pair excellently with red meats and game, benefitting from the matching intensity of flavors. Alentejo’s fruit-forward reds are ideal with rich, spicy dishes such as Portuguese pork and clams (Porco à Alentejana) or traditional sausages. The lighter reds from cooler regions like Vinho Verde go well with grilled fish, poultry, and even lighter pork dishes, making them suitable for a variety of culinary styles from simple to complex.