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An Australian in Portugal

The wines of Portugal go from strength to strength and this is largely down to the fact that they are producing wines with local grape varieties and using traditional practices but maintaining outstanding quality. 

The wines of Portugal go from strength to strength and this is largely down to the fact that they are producing wines with local grape varieties and using traditional practices but maintaining outstanding quality. 

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Portuguese white wine production is dominated by Vinho Verde and the lesser known indigenous grape varieties so I was surprised to find viognier being made by this small but innovative producer, Australian Peter Bright. The other thing which took me aback was the exceptional quality of the wine which is rarely grown this extremely hot, challenging area of Portugal.

This wine is a delicate and floral expression of Viognier. Subtle aromas of apricot are present on the nose and continue on to the medium bodied, refreshing palate. The finish is long and offers ripe fruits and floral notes.

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  1. Terra d'Alter Viognier, Alentejano

    Terra d'Alter Viognier, Alentejano, 2016 75cl

    Showing classic aromas and flavours of Viognier. Strong floral notes on the nose with apricots and quince on the palate then a viscous and complex mineral finish.

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