Wine: Discover Portuguese wine in all its variety
Portugal has many exciting grapes that are worth exploring
When it comes to wine, nobody can be aware of everything. As I have mentioned before, the lack of an indigenous wine culture in Ireland means we import almost all the wine that we drink. This means that we are not constrained by cultural boundaries and have the freedom to engage with vintages from all corners of the globe. It also gives us a challenge – to build a knowledge base so that we can...
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