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3 Must know tips for buying good wines

1° The Occasion/ Meal
The choice of a wine should always be based on the occasion when it will be served (a party,  meeting, a dinner). Each occasion calls for a different wine. Those recommended for drinking on a hot day by the pool, for example, may not be the same suggested for a business Dinner. White, rosé and sparkling wines are very much associated with summer and celebrations. The reds widely consumed on cooler days and accompanied by heavier meals and desserts. If you intend to choose wine based on a dish, see the basic concepts of matching wine and food.

2° Register the Wines you Like
Whether photographing or taking notes on a notebook, it is worth keeping a record of the wines you drink and like most - and also those you have tasted and disliked. There are thousands of labels. (know how to read them) and the image helps a lot to remember the wine you enjoyed so much at that dinner. if you are still not sure what the wine is, ask a professional for help, this record will help you to quickly understand what you like to advise you better.

3° Get to know the main Grapes Varieties
When you drink a wine that you like, try to identify the grapes that makes that wine. So when you next choose a wine you can look for the blend that you like most. Portugal has at least 250 indigenous varieties, more than any other country and these are what make the wines so wonderfully different and interesting. 

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Coming from the best varieties of the Tagus region, this wine presents itself in perfect balance of body and smoothness. Making it pleasant to the palate. Ideal to accompany all fish and seafood dishes.
£27.99
Behind Adega Cartuxa [Cartuxa Winery] is a great family, the Eugénio de Almeida family. Let’s go back to 1913, the year Vasco Maria was born into one of the most influential families of the 19th century. Born in Lisbon, he soon established links with Évora and Alentejo, where the family had an extensive heritage. Vasco Maria always considered people to be the most valuable variable on the basis of which he organised all his efforts. These included revitalising winemaking and planting a vast area of olive groves just a few kilometres from Évora, which resulted in the wines and olive oils produced to this day.
£38.99
This wine associates its quality to the name of the Carthusian [Cartuxos] monks who, between 1598 and 2019, led a solitary life of prayer in the Monastery of Santa Maria Scala Coeli. It is based on the most common varieties of Alentejo: Trincadeira, Aragonez, Alfrocheiro, Periquita, Moreto and Tinta Caiada. Aged in oak wood, it is a wine with good structure, elegant and combining the aromas of the varieties used with a persistent and complex flavour.
£23.49
Behind Adega Cartuxa [Cartuxa Winery] is a great family, the Eugénio de Almeida family. Let’s go back to 1913, the year Vasco Maria was born into one of the most influential families of the 19th century. Born in Lisbon, he soon established links with Évora and Alentejo, where the family had an extensive heritage. Vasco Maria always considered people to be the most valuable variable on the basis of which he organised all his efforts. These included revitalising winemaking and planting a vast area of olive groves just a few kilometres from Évora, which resulted in the wines and olive oils produced to this day.
£14.99
This Rosé breaks the sweet, plain “wine cooler” mold and embraces the stylish, savory and bold fruity end of the wine spectrum.
£5.62 £7.49
With a delicate and persistent bubble, this Casal Garcia Sparkling Rosé is fresh and full of red fruit notes. Enjoy and share this vibrant taste.​
£8.49
Seductive in color, with a delicate and provocative bubble, full of fresh and fruity aroma, this Casal Garcia Sparkling White is the perfect company to celebrate the simpler and more relaxed side of life.​
£8.99
Because of its freshness, Casal Garcia is particularly agreeable in friendly and relaxed atmospheres.
£7.49
Casal Mendes Blue is an irreverent Portuguese drink and presents a blue colour. It is an aromatized cocktail produced from young wines full of dynamism, moderately sweet but full of notes of freshness. Light-bodied, it's a fun, cool and very enjoyable drink.
£6.99
Casal Mendes Rose is a real winner. Delightfully presented with its traditional bottle shape, this is a terrific fun summer drink.
£6.49
83 pts Wine Enthusiast - citrus and pale colour. Fruity fragrance with smooth marks of tropical fruits. Slightly acid but fresh on the mouth. The end is smoothly sweet.
£6.99
£9.49
£27.99
The wine Convento da Vila emerged as a tribute to Servas Convent, located in Borba, one of the most admirable monuments of the town’s historic zone. Friar Agostinho de Santa Maria tells us that according to a very ancient legend, the Virgin Mary appeared before a potter’s daughter and revealed that a treasure was to be found on the current site of the Convento da Vila. This fourteenth century church was under the care of a sisterhood of women called the Servas de Nossa Senhora, the same sisterhood that set up a convent in 1598, whose first stone was laid in 1604, under the patronage of the Duke of Bragança, D. Teodósio II. The first nuns took their vows in 1645, having come from Convento das Chagas de Vila Viçosa. Apparently, the architect responsible for the construction of this monument was paid for his work in wine.
£5.99
The wine Convento da Vila emerged as a tribute to Servas Convent, located in Borba, one of the most admirable monuments of the town’s historic zone. Friar Agostinho de Santa Maria tells us that according to a very ancient legend, the Virgin Mary appeared before a potter’s daughter and revealed that a treasure was to be found on the current site of the Convento da Vila. This fourteenth century church was under the care of a sisterhood of women called the Servas de Nossa Senhora, the same sisterhood that set up a convent in 1598, whose first stone was laid in 1604, under the patronage of the Duke of Bragança, D. Teodósio II. The first nuns took their vows in 1645, having come from Convento das Chagas de Vila Viçosa. Apparently, the architect responsible for the construction of this monument was paid for his work in wine.
£5.99
£5.24 £6.99
Cabriz is one of the most well-known wineries of DÃO region, with more than 200 years of history. The Dimension of the vineyards and the prestige of the wines are the base of the strength and awareness of Cabriz in the Portuguese market. White wines, harmonious, fresh and delicate and red wines with classy, elegant and velvety, full of character, capable of the best pairings from the finest and exquisiet the most traditional and intense dishes.
£8.49
Cabriz is one of the most well-known wineries of DÃO region, with more than 200 years of history. The Dimension of the vineyards and the prestige of the wines are the base of the strength and awareness of Cabriz in the Portuguese market. White wines, harmonious, fresh and delicate and red wines with classy, elegant and velvety, full of character, capable of the best pairings from the finest and exquisiet the most traditional and intense dishes.
£13.49
Cabriz is one of the most well-known wineries of DÃO region, with more than 200 years of history. The Dimension of the vineyards and the prestige of the wines are the base of the strength and awareness of Cabriz in the Portuguese market. White wines, harmonious, fresh and delicate and red wines with classy, elegant and velvety, full of character, capable of the best pairings from the finest and exquisiet the most traditional and intense dishes.
£7.99
£7.49
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