Historic terraced vineyards in the Douro Valley,
Portugal. The site of the indigenous varieties used in the making
Australia's Barossa Valley has a long history
since 1842 of wine production. It is the site of some of
Australia's oldest plantings of native Portuguese varieties.
Touriga Nacional, Tinta Amarela and Tinta Cao varieties are
indigenous to the world heritage listed Douro Valley in Portugal.
These varieties found their way to Australia's famous Barossa
Valley, where in 1973 they were planted at the historic village of Stockwell.
This is a lovely modern, fruit driven wine, with expressive
flavours, supple mouth feel and fine tannin. Perfectly enjoyed
with progressive cuisine, such as tapas, spicy cured meats,
antipasto and the like.
BAROSSA VALLEY - PORTUGUESE BLEND
TOURIGA, AMARELA, CAO
1 X 750ml
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