A Lighter Side of Portugal

The country’s diverse white wines shine in summer
A Lighter Side of Portugal
Casa Ferreirinha's Quinta da Leda, in Portugal's Douro Valley (Sergio Ferreira)
Aug 31, 2018

In Portugal, winemakers are producing exceptional white wines, drawing on the country's wealth of indigenous grape varieties. Priced competitively, these refreshing versions add variety to the traditional warm-weather lineup.

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