Portuguese vino vies for recognition

By Giles Fallowfield | 14 February 2001

The Iberian peninsula boasts a myriad of grape varietals, and the recent introduction of new technology to the region means the vines are at last being cultivated to their true potential. Gutsy reds and aromatic whites are now appearing, according to Giles Fallowfield.

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The Iberian peninsula boasts a myriad of grape varietals, and the recent introduction of new technology to the region means the vines are at last being cultivated to their true potential. Gutsy reds and aromatic whites are now appearing, according to Giles Fallowfield.

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